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Postscript.

Postscript.

taoiodipt; LONDON, TaUaSDAY, March 28. IRANCE-Nothing has yet been definitely settled re- iL specting the Ministry:-the King having refused to accede to the terms on which M. Thiers consented to accept office; and negotiations with other parties having failed.-.-.The French Journ
March 30, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE MINISTRY.

THE MINISTRY.

TuE motion proposed by Lord Roden, in the House of Lords, on Thursday se'nnight, for a committee to inquire into the state of crime in Ireland since 1835, and which as recorded in our last, was adopted, on a division,'by a small majority, has had the effect of determining the go
March 30, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MR. O'CONNELL AND THE IRISH MEMBERS.

MR. O'CONNELL AND THE IRISH MEMBERS.

MR. O'CONNELL AND THE IRISEI MEMBERS. I DUBLIN, October 16.-The Niot to-day publishes a letter, dated from Derrynane Abbey, on Thursday last, addressed to Lord Cloncurry be NMr. 6'Connell. Its object, as stated by the hun. and learned gentleman, is to call upon Lord Cloncurry, an
October 21, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL POLICE.

BRISTOL POLICE.

(Continued from page 4.) COuxcsL-Hotisr, fluradas, October 19,1637. Magistrates present: The Mayor and Mr. Ash. Geo. Underhill wvas charged with stealing pictures, the property of Wm. JenkinLs The complainant wes a manufacturer of the comoifli'ier kiidls. of picture-frames. and
October 21, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The Commentator.

The Commentator.

z1be (somillentater. NO. xxxviii. f at Hic docuit quatern poscat facundia sedem, bi Ut beaus rise velit, quisque disertus eriL,-RuTiE,. i Many of those who know that Quintilian has asserted that it is necessary for a great orator to be a good mnan, are ignorant of the argumnents
October 21, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE CHURCH IN IRELAND.

THE CHURCH IN IRELAND.

THE CRURCH IN IRELAND. "Who in widowed weeds appears ir Laden with unhonoured years, Noosing with care a bursting purse, h Baited with many a deadly curse."-BrUts. tt The church in Ireland has so completely dissevered the h once Closely-related ideas of shepherd and flock, that t
October 21, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

Voctv?. LlNE'i TO ClRCASSlA. Wrtirn!g on the occoa ionz ef the recent liussiane Excpedition ageinst thle Cirraasirzn Patriots. As a shall the thricc.crush1'd1 robhcr saniquis1 note- Anid mlust tlic cvpress shiade the patriot's browv I-fast thou nso frietnis but God, and brraucry-
February 12, 1842 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TRADE, COMMERCE, & MANUFACTURES.

TRADE, COMMERCE, & MANUFACTURES.

TRADE, CO?1l?ERCE, & M?NtWACTVRES. COLONfAL MARIKIATS, LONnON, WEDNESDAY. ?? thle Colonil2 Garette.J The markets weore in a dull state thlis morning. By private treaty the operations were upon a small scale only, and the publin sales went offquietly; tlhey were of little moment;
February 12, 1842 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

ILi crature. TiLe Reral CVcaopirdia.-A l'llarton & Co., Edinburgh, A work expressly intended for fatrmers, stock-keepers, gar- deners, foresters, land-stewards, &o., the object being to put such parties in possession of a general dictionary of agrisilture, treating of the nrts, s
February 6, 1847 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LITERARY VARIETIES.

LITERARY VARIETIES.

SELF LovE is at once thle moet delicate and qeost tenacious of our sentiments; a me nothing will wound it, but nothing on earth will kill it. PAYING TIE DEBT o0 NATunE.-NO; it is not paying a debt, it is rather like bringing a note to a bank, to obtain solid gold in exchange for
February 6, 1847 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England