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The t THE CHURCH.

The t THE CHURCH.

* tt >ldin peratftd Society for Promoting the Enlargement, Hejtj, ?? an d Repairing of Churches and Chapels, held a the la,? at their chambers, in St. Martin'a-place, on Monday, *e re , race the ArchhishoD of York was in the chair. There a »_-o J"' esfr,t the Bishops of London,
March 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

(RECEIVED THIS MORNING.) F'.ANCE. OM OUR PRIVATE CO&BESPO_.DENT.) PAKIS, March 27. J_.EPOK.IKD AND rnOHARI.E TRIUMPH OK THE WAB AND DEMIH '..ATIC PARTY. I will give you a letter of official facts. 1 call them official, because they are facts which came fism the chiefs of the Tar
March 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

Monday, Twelve o'Clock.. vv c have received Cape ot Good Hope papers to the 3d of January. The state of tbe revenue was most satisfactory, and his Excellency has noticed, in his address to the council, that it has increased beyond all expectation. Another feature in the year's h
March 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EXTRACTS FROM THE NARRATIVE OF SIR.FRANCIS B. HKAD.

EXTRACTS FROM THE NARRATIVE OF SIR.FRANCIS B. HKAD.

EXTRACTS FROM THE NARRATIVE OF SIR FRANCIS B. HKAD. IHE UNITED STATES AND THE CANADAS— AFFAIR OE Till: CAROLINE. " Niagara Frontier, Upper Canada, Jan. IK, 1838. "My Lord, — I have great pleasure in communicating to your lordship that the pirates have been elriven fiom Navy Islan
March 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
?? M ?? ?? 7, ?? f ?? Printed and Published at tbe Office, New Bri | rinte r ,

?? M ?? ?? 7, ?? f ?? Printed and Published at tbe Office, New Bri | rinte r ,

V friars, Londim, by Charles Baldwin. , 4j ip* i Bridge-street aforesaid, on Thursdayi »■**■■
March 14, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Stakes, ?? jjk and fii *t's Jenn Lord Brothel ison'a is, out i „ ua . Us c bj \

Stakes, ?? jjk and fii *t's Jenn Lord Brothel ison'a is, out i „ ua . Us c bj \

e-on'a 0 St ** ki - i old colts, 'f.'i!'*-i|iiartera nwle's ! _J ,_l; ; Jfj.. |t 4 y_ ill Not. ;, tnmt; ; Captain morse. DO} 6 if , with ■ ' mile. * eh h ! *ter- _wer(h Cltrtm ?? 1 j yj- .tain Van li . ?? ie ' s '■>, 4 jl , by ctoan's bre 4 ?? : | riis-it'ori, Ir. Ram 4 „ .. j s
March 27, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Our readers will have had time to make their own commentaries upon the American news brought by the " Liverpool,"

Our readers will have had time to make their own commentaries upon the American news brought by the " Liverpool,"

which our express enabled us to publish yesterday. Our own impression is, that no- thing but a change of government in this country — nothing but the committing the administration of public affairs to men whom foreigners must respect, and upon whose firmness and wisdom they will
March 27, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE YEOMANRY.

THE YEOMANRY.

(FBOM A CORRESPONDENT.) The Morning Chronicle has thought proper, iv ans ?? r g,, the observations which accompanied the circular from tne cretary of State for the Home Depaitment to observe— "As the Tories are famous for the disc,. very of '»* nests,' and for the invention of w
March 27, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE DEMOCRATS OF MARYLEBONE.—B^ JA.WILLIAMSON BROOKE.

THE DEMOCRATS OF MARYLEBONE.—B^ JA.WILLIAMSON BROOKE.

THE DEMOCRATS OF MARYLEBONE.— B^ JA WILLIAMSON BROOKE. (From the Morning Herald.) st {ov* The history of the parish of Maiylebone, for the die years, is here faithfully and graphically c^P 0 ?? i: cB ls a °. bluster, violence, and cunning by which the Ba^ 9pe cta t)le their Whig
March 27, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE " PRECURSORS" IN ENGLAND DINNER TO.MR. O'CONNELL.

THE " PRECURSORS" IN ENGLAND DINNER TO.MR. O'CONNELL.

THE " PRECURSORS" IN ENGLAND DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL. Yesterday this grand exhibition of Precursorism took place at Highbury Barn Tavern. There was a " mighty great" gathering of the " boys" from all parts of London, including, of course, the classic regions of St. Giles, Saffron
March 6, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England