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S'/ ' BANK IWOLAND. M*«eß 9. U4T. T / COURT of DIRECTORS of th« GOVERNOR ud COMPANY of th. BANK

S'/ ' BANK IWOLAND. M*«eß 9. U4T. T / COURT of DIRECTORS of th« GOVERNOR ud COMPANY of th. BANK

of COPRT Trill hold at the Bank the iMtant.at Eleren o’Clock the ForelB; coneWer of DIVIDEND: and alao that another “.“ .Wi roiirt Trill held the Bank Tl'EsbAY, the *_ril next, (Toro Ten o’clock the Forenoon till Four 13ino» Election Governor and Deputy« the year ensuin* (which
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England
 
This day published, price Id., 7s. psr 100, rpHE NATIONAL FAST for 1847; Help for X duly observing it. By

This day published, price Id., 7s. psr 100, rpHE NATIONAL FAST for 1847; Help for X duly observing it. By

the Rev. EDWARD BICKERSTETH, Rector of Watton, Herts. Published by Seeley, Burnsidoand Seeley, Fleet-street, London. NEW WORK the DIET of CHILDREN' Published this day, in fcp. Bvo. price ss. cloth, Remarks on the diet of children; and on the Distinctions between the Digestive Po
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY’S SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

THIS DAY’S SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

Gravesend, March 15.—Arrived, the Chafes, from Sydney, N.S.W. ; Agricolft, from Singapore ; Oregon, from Monte Video ; Harebell, from Mauritius ; James Holmes, from Dome* ; Prince Albert, from Palermo ; Weatherall. from do. j Ceres, from Malaga ; Favourite, from Cadiz ; Herald,
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, March 16- The'Lord Chancellor took hie seat the woolsack shortly after live o’clock. _ ,

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, March 16- The'Lord Chancellor took hie seat the woolsack shortly after live o’clock. _ ,

A noble l>, in the absence of Lord Powie, presented petitions from Bangor, and other places Wales, prating for the establishment local Courts the principality. . . , u Lord STANLEY presented a petitun from ahareholdors in the Oxford and Birmingham Railway Company in reference a
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(other— what reciprocities of courtesies—what interchanges of conveniences - ore continually occurring in tliat * other place*—how one director, who

(other— what reciprocities of courtesies—what interchanges of conveniences - ore continually occurring in tliat * other place*—how one director, who

cannot sit upon the committee considering his own lino, kindly consents to sit the committee appohited to consider another line—how .some director of that other line makes a grateful acknowledgment of that kindness, and courteously consents sit upon the committee considering * h
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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Now ready, 2 vols. 21s. bound, Third edition of hochelaga ; or, ENGLAND the NEW WORLD. Edited ELIOT WAttBCRTON, Esq.,

Now ready, 2 vols. 21s. bound, Third edition of hochelaga ; or, ENGLAND the NEW WORLD. Edited ELIOT WAttBCRTON, Esq.,

Author of The Crescent and the Cross,” recommend Hochelaga most heartily, in case any of our readers may yet be unacquainted with it.”—Quarterly Review. ** The book is full of valuable matter.” —Examiner. This work has already reached third edition. We shall be surprised if do n
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Royal Italian opera, covent GARDEN, established for the purpose of rendering more perfect performance of the Lyric Drama than has

Royal Italian opera, covent GARDEN, established for the purpose of rendering more perfect performance of the Lyric Drama than has

hitherto been attained in this country. Under the direction and management of Mr. BEALE. The Nobility, Gentry, and Patrons of Mnsic, are respectfully informed that the Royal Italian Opera will OPEN TUESDAY, the April. Prospectuses to had at the Box-oftice, Bow street; Cramer, Be
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Theatre royal, haymarket - THIS EVENING will performed THE SCHOOL FOR SCHEMING. The Hen, Claude Plantagenet, Mr. W. Farren—Mr. Sykes,

Theatre royal, haymarket - THIS EVENING will performed THE SCHOOL FOR SCHEMING. The Hen, Claude Plantagenet, Mr. W. Farren—Mr. Sykes,

Mr. Stuart—Lord Fipley, Mr. Selby—The Mae Dunnum of fa capitalist), Mr. Buckatone—Mrs. Fox French, Mrs. Glover—Helen Plantagenct, Mis* Fortescue—Lady Rose Lawless. Miss Julia Bennett—The Barones* Fitxieuklns, Miss Reynolds—Sally, Mrs. Humby. After which. The INVISIBLE PRINCE. £•
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England
 
'pHEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHLTHIS EVENING will performed THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST. Captain Hugh Mr. C. J. Smith—Cheap John, Mr. Wright—The

'pHEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHLTHIS EVENING will performed THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST. Captain Hugh Mr. C. J. Smith—Cheap John, Mr. Wright—The

Lady Agnes, Miss E. Harding—lshmacl, Mr. 0. Smith—Cynthia. Madame Celeste—The Kinchin, Mr. Paul Bedford—and Starlight Bess, Mrs. Fitzwilliam. After which The WANDERING MINSTREL. To conclude with SHOCKING EVENTS.
March 17, 1847 - Globe - London, London, England