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MARYLEBONE VESTRY.

MARYLEBONE VESTRY.

MAIXYLEBONE VESTRY. T11dE FEM8ALE EBAIGRATION MOVEMENT. a A treeting of the Maryleboone Vestry was held on y Ssterday, in tise Court House, the Rev. Dr. SPRex, the rector, In Wa he chair. Alter the ?? of some formal business, tb Mdr. E. C. 'WILSON said ha rose to call the attenti
December 31, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
SIR ROBERT PEEL AND HIS TENANTS.

SIR ROBERT PEEL AND HIS TENANTS.

The following letter has been addressed Sir R. Peel t-naut farmers on kis estate:— ••I wish communicate with you on tho present state and of agriculture far as they concern our relations landlord and tenant, and I know not that I could select any better mode of communication tha
December 31, 1849 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NARROW ESCAPE OF MADAME SONTAG AND PARTY.

NARROW ESCAPE OF MADAME SONTAG AND PARTY.

the morning of Friday last, Madame Sontag and part? left Glasgow for Aberdeen, to attend the morning concert, on the following day. AU went well till ibe train reached Glammis, when a greater depth «now was experienced, and from thence to Laurencekirk, the speed materially retar
December 31, 1849 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FRUITS OF THE GAME LAWS.

FRUITS OF THE GAME LAWS.

FRtU.LIS OF THE GAME LAAWS. A GAMEKEEPEI> SHIOT NEAR LOWTEIER.. Another of those stioeking e5n0t, ariliog out of tile opera- tion of the game laws, of which we have had euch fital ex. perienee lately in this part of the eountry, took place nest' Lowther Casle, the seat of the Eor
December 31, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LONDON, MONDAY, DEC. 31.

LONDON, MONDAY, DEC. 31.

NOTWITHSTANDING all the impossibility of a return to Protection, an impossibility assumed on the idea that no parliament in this country, however elected, can quite lose its senses, it is still requisite to obviate so mething more than such a return. The very hope of it, and agi
December 31, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

JU DUBnLOO, DEc 29. The position of the Irish protcciioniats is, I believe, much worse than- the public generally suspect. In- deed, Vhat was on1jecture a Jew days since, now amous almost to a certainty, and I have no hesita- tion in sying that the promised demonstration in Dubli
December 31, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Fifty years ago a controversy was raised as to the proper commencement of the century ; on one side it

Fifty years ago a controversy was raised as to the proper commencement of the century ; on one side it

was contended that the period commenced on the Ist of January, 1800, on the other it was argued that the first day must be determined by the com- mencement of notation, viz., January, 1801. Though upon the decision of this question depends the other question, whether to-morrow w
December 31, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL GALLERY.. «. _

THE NATIONAL GALLERY.. «. _

THE NATIONAL GALLERY. «. _ TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. Sir — All those who take an interest in the Na- tional Gallery are thrown into a state of alarm by the intimation given them in the letter of "A. R. A." that the pictures which were lately saved from the destroying han
December 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRMINGHAM STREET ACT COMMISSIONERS.

BIRMINGHAM STREET ACT COMMISSIONERS.

special meeting of the Commissioners of the Street Act was held at the Public Office on Monday morning last, the High Bailiff, S.W.Lucas, Esq, in the chair; forthe purpose of taking into consideration a Report from General Requirement Committee. The Health of Towns' Bill.—The Co
December 31, 1849 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON, Friday, Dec. 28, 1849.

LONDON, Friday, Dec. 28, 1849.

rHE Gazette of this afternoon announces that the Queen has been pleased to appoint the Rev. James Burrowes be Colonial Chaplain for her Majesty's settlements in the Gambia and the Rev. Reginald Robert Bradley to be Colonial Chaplain for her Majesty's forts and ettlements on the
December 31, 1849 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England