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PAPAL AUTHORITY.

PAPAL AUTHORITY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THO MORNING POIT. Sia— Allow me to point out to the attention of your readers the duplicity of thai Papal document published in the papers of to-day. In one place it seems all very plausible and fair spoketi where obedience to the civil authorities in temporal m
July 29, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
VICE CHANCELLOR'S COURT, July 27.

VICE CHANCELLOR'S COURT, July 27.

MORTIMER V. FRASER— JUDGMENT. His Honour this morning pronounced judgment in this cause to the following effect: — The question which the Court was called upon to determine was a question of fact, whether the bill which Mi's. George Mortimer had framed was sup- ported by evidenc
July 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MURDER IN SOMERSET.

MURDER IN SOMERSET.

The village of Worle, Somersetshire, has heen this week thrown into a state considerable agitation, by being the scene of as cruel a murder as lias ever been perpetialed ihis county. The victim, we regret to leain, is a poor orphan girl parish apprentice a farmer named Reeves) o
July 29, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SUSSEX MARKETS.

SUSSEX MARKETS.

Lewes Corn Market.—Average for the week ended 20lh July, 1839.— Wheat, 31. 9s. 3fJ.; Peas. 21.0 0. —Tuesday, July 23, 1839,-- heat, while, 31. 12s. 31. 14 s.; ditto mixed 31. lis "to-31. 125., ditto, red, 3i. Bs. to 31. 11.; Oats. 11. 7s. 6d v \o 11.8s. ; Beans, 21.; Peas, 11. I
July 29, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

COMMONS.— July 20. On the question that the speaker do leave the chair, /Poor Law Commission Continuance Bill.) Mr. Darby complained that the Noble Lord was now about to continue the Bill for two years, when the Noble Lord had admitted that there were many amendments which tl wa
July 29, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE. In the Paris Journals of Sunday there is very little news of any interest. Saturday the Chamber Deputies, after passing the various items, voted the entire budget, amounting 1,099,313,487 francs (44,000,000/.) by a majority 194 votes. This closes the great business the s
July 29, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

The French are beginning to perceive the advantage of agricultural societies, and within the last few years bave established one in every department, all being placed under tbe direction of the Minister of Agriculture, and a parent society in Paris. 'Ihey assist the agriculturis
July 29, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MARRIED. On Batnrday, at All Saints, Cbicbester, the Rev. T. A. Cogau, Mr. Edward Titcheuer, solicitor, tv Miss Silverlock, borb

MARRIED. On Batnrday, at All Saints, Cbicbester, the Rev. T. A. Cogau, Mr. Edward Titcheuer, solicitor, tv Miss Silverlock, borb

of that city. BIRTH. On Saturday, tbe 13th instant, Mrs. Robert v sol I, Lewes, a son. DIED. On Friday, the 19th inst., at Middleton House, near Lewes, deeply regretted by her family, Elizabeth, tbe wife Rear-Ad* uiiial Tonilinson, and daughter and co-heiress of the late Ralph W
July 29, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
WASTE LANDS IN BRITISH INDIA.

WASTE LANDS IN BRITISH INDIA.

It is a fact which ought ever to be borne in mind, that the famines, the fearful desolations of which we have recently described, occur in country where extensive tracts of land are lying waste. It has been estimated that scarcely more than one half of the soil of India is under
July 31, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
PORT OF GLOUCESTER—IMPORTS.

PORT OF GLOUCESTER—IMPORTS.

h the 19f/t the 2ith July, 1889, inclusive. From Marans, the Duchess of Gloucester, Gloucester, Newman, 78, with qrs barley for J. and C. Sturge.—From Stettin, the Prince Leopold, of Hull, Well*, 97. with 730 qrs barley for C. Vining and Sons. —From Jersey, the Samuel and Julia,
July 31, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England