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ALLEGED MURDER and MUTINY at SEA A

ALLEGED MURDER and MUTINY at SEA A

In consequence of an order from the Home Office, Mr. J. Evans, the principal surveyor of Thames police, and a posse of officers, were despatched on Wet! nesday to meet the shipi Blake, r rom the Gape of Good Hope, for the ?? of , ; taking into custody the captain anil two mates
January 5, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I RIO LAND

I RIO LAND

"[From our Correspondent.) The death ofthe Right Hon. and Most Rev. Dr. Laurence, Archbishop of Cahir, and Bishop of Emly, Watei ford, and Lismore, which took place on Saturday morning, has given rise to a deal of conversation as to the successor. The Right Rev. Dr. Knox. Bishop
January 2, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Price s<l_ LONDON, MONDAY, January 7, 1839. No. 21 ??

Price s<l_ LONDON, MONDAY, January 7, 1839. No. 21 ??

January 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EPIGRAM ON THE MINISTRY.

EPIGRAM ON THE MINISTRY.

How are the Ministry ' — What — still the same? Are they not dead ? — _ es, long ago — to shame. Oxford and Cambridge Club. W. D. The day before yesterday the Cour Koyale confirmed the sentence ofthe Tribunal of Correctional Police, appealed against hy the editor of the Temp-, a
January 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL _\ AYY, &c.

THE ROYAL _\ AYY, &c.

O- (From the Hampshire Te'egraph ) Port iioi'tii, Jan. 5. — Her Majesty's brig Termagant captured a slaver (328 slaves) off Prince's Island cv the !)ih Oct., IS.SB, nnd cm ied licr to Sierra Leone : new ;i!l well. Her Majesty's ship Melville was expected in Ihe Bights, for the p
January 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
OLYMPIC JHE ATR t

OLYMPIC JHE ATR t

Last night M.,dame Vestris (for so, for sake ot old fami- I liar association, she continues to call herself to her Olympic ; guests) made her first appearance since her return from Ame- rica. She could not but have been gratified, ller pretty little theatre was crammed from the
January 3, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTEL LICENCE.

UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTEL LICENCE.

OXFORD, Dec 31. We regret to announce the sudden death of Tilleman Hodgskinson Bobart, Esq., Esquire Bedel of Law, which took place last night at his house in Holywell. The day of elecion for a successor to the Bedelship is fixed for Thursday ne.t, at one o'clock; Intelligence h
January 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

ltiti-iAiN- iii tin- Yens sad Quarters ended Bth of Janu- ary, 1838, and sth of January, 1839, showing the In- • on each head thereof. QUARTERS ENDED -SIR QUARTERS ENDED l, YEAR | Year ended Jan. 5,1331 [Quarter ended Jan. 5, 1838. ' . " ?? ?? ?? ?? j v "-de. •— „ 1 , ' April 5,
January 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT FROM CANADA AM).MEXICO.

IMPORTANT FROM CANADA AM).MEXICO.

IMPORTANT FROM CANADA AM) MEXICO. By the Oxford, which arrived at Liverpool last night, we have received New York papers to the 20th ult. These journals confirm in part the report of the pirate invasion from Detroit, brought by the Virginian. The affair, however, was much less co
January 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England