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  • For Years: 1830 - 1839

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

12 May 1832

that ntlaclimenl her being the of .Mrs. Ua & was afraid, under those eirennisbinces, that the young lady must remain at Mr. Alderman K tieneral hoped that Mr. Newton would objection thi Sir J Scarlett said that all Mr. Newton had ever done was to write

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

28 Sep 1839

; Harris, Esq., and family; Lord and Lady Teignnouth ; Sir William Newton, and family; Pedder, Esq., and lady; Honourable Mrs.'Dougla*, 1 Gibbs, Esq., and lady; Captain LIowl j tbe Duke of Buecleugh. We noticed last week that the Solivay, on her passage

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

10 Sep 1831

Imliiie, Mr. Kohl. Bmlev. lli< oi liie ; In- ilealh was I'.n k jaw. from li.iuiiii his liaml ernslietl wiiile woikiii” a mill a few ,la>s |irevions. Sinee lasi, Mrs. Iliidi'e-.Hlieel, aitol H'i ; Mrs. Jane llam-ifle. ;if ; Jo.. Mil “late, Woikhouse, Mrs. Mar-jaiei

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

20 Jan 1838

observed Mr. Forbes «t Callander. M.l .. Mr. Campbell of Blvthswood, Prineipal Maetarlan, Ke». Dr. Fleming, Mr. Cordon of Aikenhead, Rev. Janies Smith »f Catheart. Bailie Campbell, ; and at the lower end of the hull were seated Mr. J. C. Douglas, Mr D Douglas

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

24 Feb 1838

Mr. Bowman, White Hart, 2 Do. do. do. a donation of onions. Mr. Dalton, Cummersdalc, 5 0 Mr. John key .'Mr. John Ro'utledge, overseer, Mr. George lllacklock, Mr. George Scott, Black Swan Mr. Robert Dodd, Mr. William Buss, .. Mr. George

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

12 Nov 1831

and Mr. Adair, beekteUm- Werbingtem, IflrfcwwnMl, bookseller. Whitehaven, Mr. Wileom. bookseller. Cocker, month, Mr. John Birkett. Keswick, Mr. Jonathan Otiea. Brampton, Mr, Mitburn. Alston, Mr. Drjden. Agate* by, Ar Altinson, druggist, Kendal, Mr, bookseller

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

8 Sep 1832

S-traband Mr. Vansitta.n’s Rcrion Lord Kelburnc’s Retainer ; Duke of Leeds’s Swiss ; Mr. F. Richardson's Kang; Mr. S. L. Fox's Julius, and by Whisker; laird Kxeters Heiram, Byzantium, and Spencer; Mr. Robinson's Bounce ; Mr. Gascoigne's by tusker; Mr. Skipsey’s

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

27 Dec 1834

It. reel, Lady Feel, the Areh. hi-'hop of Canterhury, Mr-*. Howley, the l.onl Chaneello., the Duke Wellington, the Karl of KoHslyn, Lord Whurm-lille Lady fuel i lie, tin- Karl of Alterdeen, Lord Kllenh-ironi'h, Mr. tiuulhurn, Mr. Itarin/, Mr. Ilerries

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

17 Sep 1831

the Comitany's Aaents; JOSKPn MORION, Secretary. fir NTS FOR ' K Mr. TKURNAM. M»x, lAmrashirc Mr. W*i. Fin n. • Mr. mi. R»ao. j .Mr. Jkrf.miau Wane. > Mr. Kuw. Rotiiwli I ion, Cumberland Mr. \V.P. Pattikson. gents have already l>een apnointefl in most of

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

22 Nov 1834

Excellent Majeaty in Council. Hi* Majesty having been phased to appoint the most Noble Arthur Duke of Wellington to lie one of his Majesty’s Principal Sccrelarie* of Mate, his Grace was this day. by his Majesty’s command, sworn one of his Majesty’s Principal

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

24 Sep 1831

wheat and Hour free duty. On the presentation petition from Roston Mr. Wn.iis, praying enquiry with respect to the case of Mr. and Mrs. Deaele, Mr. A. 111 Mi stated, on the part of his family, that all idea of instituting further legal proc**edings hail

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

17 Sep 1831

The laird President of the his coronet carried Council; his coronet carried by a Page. by a Page. The land Chancellor Ireland ; attended by his Purse-bearer; his coronet carried by a Page. The land High Chancellor; attended by his Purse-bearer; his coronet

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

24 Sep 1831

liras Fit, Mr. Sadler’s f Delight, .Mr. Sadler’s c-h Achilles, Col. Cradock’s ISiother to Homer, Mr. R. Bower’s Chancellor, Mr. Wagstaff’s f Joan d’Arc, Mr. Wagstaff’s f Streamlet, Mr. Houldsworth's f Circassian, Mr. Heard-.worth's hr c Colwick, Mr. R. Harrison’s

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

1 Oct 1831

(ieneral. Lord Kbringtou, Sir It. I’eel, Mr. (ioiilburn, and Sii I’. Itmdett ; and >upiMirted by Mr. Hume, Mr. I). W. Harvey, Mr. Haring, and .Mr. O'Connell. The House length divided, when there appeared for the motion, HI, against it, 711, majority against

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

1 Nov 1834

Charles lennenl,I ennenl, Mr. Buckingham, M.l*., and I'iofessor Myloe, who said (iiace. the left were sealed Mr. Kinoaird, Mr. Spiers of Klderslie, Hailie Fleming. Mr. fiillou, M.H., Major Anstrulher, Mr. Wallace Kelly, M.l*., sod Mr. Jlontine of Ardoch. The

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

21 Sep 1833

distance. Mr. Iloggan’s ch gby Arundel .(Owner) Dr. Grieve’s ch Kliza 3 Mr. Patersons ch g Corinthian 0 Mr. Orr’s b m Ay reshire Lass 4 2 Mr. Oswalds gr g Locbinvar.. Mr. Whaley’s Lady Bowes *•' 'itilda.. Mr. Moffat's b m Matilu* 0 0 Mr. Cruicksliank's

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

20 Feb 1836

Maryport. Mrs. Utmton, end Mr. Adair, booksellers. Workington, Mr. hsrkcmset, bookseller. Whitehaven, Mr. Cockermouth, Mr.John Birkett. Keswick. Mr .Jonathan Ot lea* Brampton. Mr. Mitburn. Alston, Mr. by. Mr. AUsnson, druggist. Kendal. Mr. Domfrin, Mr. Jet

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

21 Apr 1832

pass. Mr. Siif.ii. again addressed the House—assailing Mr. Stanley with considerable virulence. His (Mr. Stanley’s) Irish career was about to close, and this lithe Hill, and the other abortion, his Arms Hill, would remain as the only monuments of his genius

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

10 Apr 1830

show that his Lordship, hv his own imprudent conduct towards his Lady, caused himself the very catastrophe which he now rests his claim have the marriage contract dissolved. was proved the testimony Lady Kllcnhornugh , » governess, tfiot his !,uni ship

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

18 Dec 1830

Newport's motion, staled his views of refuim in ihe Irish grand jury system: and Mr. CoNNELL staled his ideas the same subject, strongly concurring with Sir H. Peel. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Spring Rice, Mr. O'Brian, Mr. O'Connor, and other members

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