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MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

-.flr n. end i; ?? _r. . _ ?? or Prince George, son of the Duke of Cumberland, attainedi ti Is, hisleighteenth year on the 27th of last month. d ?? tn the I-ouse of Commons on Wecdnesday, Sir Andrew n as, AR "Iw Sa bbah bill passed through its second reading, P V.afier a divjill
June 14, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
GREECE.

GREECE.

Letters from Athens give favourable accounts of the state of the country. Tranquillity prevails, party spirit is abating, and mat n erce and agriculture are making 'ingress. The people are earnestly turning their attention to the arts of peace, and by their industry are beginnin
June 14, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
THE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1837.

THE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1837.

Tory government, the friends of all corruption Ikra DALE TOR TIIE DESTITUTE —The Grand Ball for the Relief of the Distressed Highlanders, at the King's Theatre, on the instant, is under the immediate superintendence of their Graces the Dukes of Wellington, Rutland, Devonshire, R
June 14, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
PERTH. JUNE 14, 1537. As usual, when the close of the Session approaches, the interest begins to be withdrawn from

PERTH. JUNE 14, 1537. As usual, when the close of the Session approaches, the interest begins to be withdrawn from

the proceedings of the Lower to those of the Upper House. A perusal of the report, which will be found in its proper place, will repay the reader's trothle, and render unnecessary any abstract here. The progress of legislation in the House of Commons is not marked by any peculia
June 14, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

ENGLAND. We bane a great deal to say hereater on the subject of certain most indecent intrigues which have been in aetire cperation during the illness of our beloved Sovereign. If, as we anticipated and fervently linpe, all danger is paw. we shall speak out in the boldest and mo
June 21, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
Pratt•

Pratt•

At Smith's Place. Leith on the 6th instant, Mr, James Calder. general inspector of Stith.6 iishe - ies for the east coast of Scotland. At Banff, on the 7th Instant. Janet Eliaabeth, fourth daughter of Ste tete Sir George Abercromby of Rirkenbrrg. Bart. At linen,,. near Moos, on
June 21, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
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June 21, 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
Southampton, SATURDAY. JUNE 24, 1837.

Southampton, SATURDAY. JUNE 24, 1837.

SATURDAY. JUNE 24, 1537. ?? xt- On Tuesday afternoon, when the Report of i ct the death of his late M~ajesty was confirmied here, every i isoet possible miark of respect was paidl to deceased Rtoyallty.. e t.lafsaf iho l hepbi n mn rv'ehe shop windtows were partly closetd, Hlags
June 26, 1837 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

FflOt 7UrE&DAYs L' GDON 'WAZETrE. a -Tets{II COMfnnSSsOs-OFrrCr., Jfsne 10. r-1IE Tithco C~otnaiovioners fior Ettglanid aud i W~attshave appoleted Jnomes Drage Merest, of blurt - St. Edmuosnls. in2 the osoty of Sutfsilk, Geot., to bre sol Asaistnret-L'stnenissioner nintor the act
June 19, 1837 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

IIOI'?E OF UOMr?IONS, WED)NE. DAY, .1t.'aw 1i.;J L~ordJ. Rwsoll hay- ing given notice italt the Chiancelilor ol' tbe Eixchequer would, or, Mioniday, mllve the conlthinationl ef the sugar dulties, as part of' the vways and nmeans, AIlr. A~loe-c/en said thiat nit such at, occaision
June 19, 1837 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England