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A CONTRAST. [From the Charieari.]

A CONTRAST. [From the Charieari.]

"We may be peculiarly constituted ;; but if we ,sough t to avoid the tedium of life by the ratioual employment of our time, certainly, with the police force open to us, we would rather have A. No. 1 upon our collar, than MP. appended .to our name. Much mere. pleasant . , healthf
July 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA. AND PILUSSIA.

RUSSIA. AND PILUSSIA.

Tlre Leipsic Gazette says that a plot against the Emperor of Russia has been discovered and suppressed; the Senate of St. Petersburgh having joined in theconspiracy, which was . provoked by the late attempts to emancipate the' peasantry. The Commerce observes, that notwithstandi
July 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Caubtil Subsoripi Major-Gen. Sir D. Macleod, B. Army lO 0 Rear-Admiral Sir C Malcolm, per Sir J Campbell George Macintosh,

Caubtil Subsoripi Major-Gen. Sir D. Macleod, B. Army lO 0 Rear-Admiral Sir C Malcolm, per Sir J Campbell George Macintosh,

Esq 5 0 Lieut. E. Martin, M Army 0 10 W. Martin, Esq . 0 10 Capt. T. 'Maughan, Bo Army 1 1 Lieut. J. D. Moffatt, B Cavalry Capt. J. Moultrie, 13 Army 1 1 Wm. Newnham, Esq , 80. C.S. " lO 10 Hrs. Wm. Newnhatn 1 1 Major-Gen. H. S. Osborne, 80. Army Dow. Lady Polwarth, per Lt.-Col.
July 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
'ENTS.

'ENTS.

Page POLICE AND 118 SPORTING INTELLIGMNCE 118 PUBLIC MEETINGS LITERATURE llO ORIGINAL POETRY l2O LATEST INTELLIGENCE l2O SUMMARIES ..... • 120 COURT AND FASHION . l2O PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS l2l EAST INDIA INTELLIGENCE 122 STEAM NAariaATiou l2l ItY CHRONICLE 125 Military. Obituary 126
August 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE,

MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE,

los. CAPTAIN VII EDEN WIC W . CHILD VILLIERS.—The nuptials of the Hon. Captain Frederick W. Child Villiers, third son of the Earl of Jersey, and Lady Elizabeth Reede Ginkle, daughter of the late sister of the present Earl of Athlone, were celebrated at St. George's Church, Hanov
August 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
DWARKANAUTII TAGORE.

DWARKANAUTII TAGORE.

This eminent has been, and indeed is, the lion of the season. He has dined more than once with her Majesty—played whist with Prince • Albert and .the Duchess of Kent—eaten venison and turtle at the civic feast—drank tunda sinthin at the Duchess of Bueelcucles, and, we have heard
August 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
V/IIE-PROOP numnas.

V/IIE-PROOP numnas.

V/IIE-PROOP DESIGN FOR A SYSTEM OP PERMANENT AND FIRE-TROOP BUILDINOS, ADAPTED Pon THE EAST INDIES, AND APPLIED TO YIUROPEAN BARRACKS IN PARTICULAR. "My attention was drawn to this subject from havingsecn drawings of permanent barracks for the West Indies, at the India House, des
August 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
CAST-IRON DOORS.

CAST-IRON DOORS.

Among other useful suggestions, is that of substituting light cast-iron doors in the place of those now in use, which, during and after the rainy seasons, warp to such an extent as to become little better than useless.
August 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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!tarp of emit gsbtppittly. ARRIVALS. !------------ - • . • Name. Data. Whence. Where Name. Date. Whence. Where Name. Date. Whence. Where arrived. arrived. arrived. - - Randolph. .....July 4 Singapore Liverpool London. July 11 Lombock Cr:mend. Mary Sophia July 23,Bengal .. Drlint
August 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
I)aritantentarp Enteltigente.

I)aritantentarp Enteltigente.

Mr. George Alexander Hamilton was, on the 17th ult., elected as representative for the University of Dublin, in the room of Judge Jackson. There was no opposition. Mr. Hamilton spoke at great length on the Education and Maynooth questions, in opposition to the policy adopted by
March 4, 1843 - Monthly Times - London, London, England