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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

{RECEIVED THIS MORNING.) FRANCE. (FCOM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, May 22. THE NEW MINISTRY AND THE PRESS. The invariable custom of all ministries frooi 1814 Co Hilly la Fran „ to pay two or more Pun's journals of large circulation, and tome 20 provincial newspapers, a ce
May 24, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EXPJRESS FROM H_W«f)»M:4 V

EXPJRESS FROM H_W«f)»M:4 V

Liverpool, Thubsday Evrnino, „.,. Snc ?? L/V" 8 ih.it on whi. arches-, and hv the hoi nagson lon various public "buildings. Apart froaitb occurred to distinguish the 23d of May fin Thf . . roops which they weie si: with hell LIVERPOOL SHIP S Thursday, May 23. W, light. High wate
May 24, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TATTKRSALL'S. _ jfl

TATTKRSALL'S. _ jfl

The room was opened yesterday aa usual, wiin «• tn attendance, but nothing was done towards settlh standing Derby accounts, and very little on futui ■*! the Bloomsbury affair, in fact, still keeps the wa r feverish state, and will, in all probability, preve o J plete settlement
May 24, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE

POLICE

Gu ?? — Yesterday, a man of o»1oh_, about 25 years ald, who gave the name ot Augustus D_lle__e_t, was brought Mr. Alderman White, charged with victimise y, the* landlord of the Hope coffee-shop, in Pi Godfrey stated, tbat the prisoner came into his coffee- room I i and eight o'c
May 28, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

(received this morning.) FRANCE. (FROM our private correspondent.) PARIS, May 18. THE NEW MINISTRY, The King has at once commenced, as he means to go on, viz. by presiding over the Council of Ministers. Thus M. Dupin's farce of his " presidence rcelle'" is at an end, and so long
May 20, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN DOWAGER.

ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN DOWAGER.

PORTSMOUTH, May 22, Half-past Nine,. r.M. (FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) Her Majesty's ship Hastings, 74, Captain Loch, is off St. Helen's, having on board the Queen Dowager Adelaide. Her Majesty is expected to land early to-morrow morning. It has been ever the wisdom of tho
May 23, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONET MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONET MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE.

Thursday, Twelve o'clock, We have received Cape of Good Hope papeis to the Hth of March. The measles, whcih had been very prevalent, had assumed a milder form. The Legislative Council were occupied on the 28th of February with the subject of the currency ; at the close of the de
May 23, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS

SHIP NEWS

BY THIS DAY'S PC DEAL, May 22.— NNE.— Arrived, t . Reed, from Barbadocs; tbe Abano. and the Principe Ereditario, from Triesce; and the Dermit, M'Lean, from Uareelo from the River and sailed, the Lady Clark, La wren oe, for- r.- maicai the Tlno, Richardson, for Charleston-] and t
May 23, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRADE WITH MEXICO. .. C.A&

TRADE WITH MEXICO. .. C.A&

TRADE WITH MEXICO. .. C .A& Office of Committee of Privy Council , Whitehall, May 14. Sir,_l am directed by the Lords of tbe c °. ie xitfA Privy Council for Trade to acquaint you, for the W ,jl V of the merchants engaged in the Mexican trade, ( , m pears by a dispatch which has b
May 16, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NEWS OF THE RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.AT BRADFORD.

NEWS OF THE RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.AT BRADFORD.

NEWS OF THE RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS AT BRADFORD. E. C. Lister, Esq., one of the highly gifted and eloquent Members for this Borough, came post from London, to announce to his bemoaning constituents, the melancholy fact that Her Majesty's patriotic Ministers had retired from the
May 13, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England