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STEAM COMMUNICATION wilh INDIA

STEAM COMMUNICATION wilh INDIA

We have now lying before us two pamphlets on the very- important subject of the establishment of a communication with our Indian possessions by steam— one from the pen of Mr. T. A. Curtis, chairman of the committee appointed by the general meeting held on the 18th of January las
November 25, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I LAW SITTINGS.—(Thi* Day.)

I LAW SITTINGS.—(Thi* Day.)

I LAW SITTINGS.— (Thi* Day.) LAST DAY OF TERM. _■ , COURT OF CHANCERY, WEST .MINSTER. _ V l _* vu * <Het0 ?? exceptions for judgment. ! t Ap ?? Motions— Dearman -. Wyche, Kelsey v. Lorkin, Petty r. , J^nsdale Cooke t. Beatham, Pritchard v. Foulkes, Faulkner v. Daniel, by order. v
November 25, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

MARLBOROUGH-STRKET.-On Saturday Willian '"ellert.of No. 21, Cecil-court, St. Martins-lane, came be tore -Mr. Dserto ask for a summons against persons con etted with Queen Adelaide's Lying-in-Hospital, Queen s reet, Golden-square, under the following extraordinary cir . imisiance
November 25, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

CUSTOM-HOUSE, Nov. 23 Entered Inwards.— Tie Bien Venu, Moryson, from Bruges; Angelina, Brodersen, from Ostend; Alfred, Lid- stone, from Faro ; Norge, Kimsden, from Dram ,- Neptune, I'rittelevois, from Cherbourg; Arf| rensen, Wohlgren. from Gefle; Petrus, Pateraon, from Sundswall
November 25, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MAILS.

MAILS.

Arr Dae Arr Du. Arr £. ran ? c • ! • ?? 0 o Lisboo 1 -la-dars ?? 0 . _ Dublin o 0 Bra'ii . 2°"r d ",-" n° ! ' **»*«***■ - 0 . Ame ca 0 Hamb n ?? [ 0 G.iernsey .. .. o 0 West India ••■• ' , n "OCX AND SHAH* Ll» r*_v-NoTSL ( By Authority ofthe Co.„„ittae ..fthe Stock Bschang* - .
November 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK

GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK

(From the Gardener** Gazette. J In almost every respect follow the directions for last week, many of whiqb have not been delayed by the weather. Extra care must be used with Dahlias, which, unchecked by cold and frost, are very full of sap, and if not carefully watched will rot
November 22, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
AGF.NTS FOPv THIS PAPER. Nobwich, JUSIAH FLETCHER, Upper Haymarket, Attlelrurgh, Jas. Muskett , Ely, I\. Edwards Krrrles W, Grim wade

AGF.NTS FOPv THIS PAPER. Nobwich, JUSIAH FLETCHER, Upper Haymarket, Attlelrurgh, Jas. Muskett , Ely, I\. Edwards Krrrles W, Grim wade

Fakenham, C. Stowardson WTnea'a, W. Dyball GazeUy, J. Wilson rUdeston,L\l. A. Johnson j Hadleigh, 11. Hardacre p resiUde' E. Dobson I Haleswarth, T Tippell frimioo, J. Clark Harleslon, G. W. Chappell Parah.no, J. Folkor Ipswich, R. Root Ca \brhlge, J . Deighton j Jru-orth, Miss
November 27, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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HER MAJESTY. (From our Correspondent.) Windsor, Tue»day. The Queen walked on the terrace this afternoon, accom- panied by Lady Barham. The Duchess of Kent did not leave the Castle. The Ladies Eleanora and Constance Paget accompanied the Hon. Miss Murray in a carriage airing. Sir
November 27, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE NEWPORT RIOTS

THE NEWPORT RIOTS

By Express. ( From our Correspondent ) FURTHER EXAMINATION OF LLEWELLYN, AND „,S COM- MITTAL FOR HIGH Tui'iin. ?? " T "EASON. — EXAMINATION OK ZEPHA- NEWPORT, Monday, N0v.25, Eleven oTlock, p. ?? The Court rose th.s evening at shortly before ci -lit o'clock andyouw.ll receive he
November 27, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MKTKOPOLITAN IMPROVEMKXTS—PUBLIC.MEETING.

MKTKOPOLITAN IMPROVEMKXTS—PUBLIC.MEETING.

MKTKOPOLITAN IMPROVEMKXTS—PUBLIC MEETING. Last evening a meeting of the inhabitants of the parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was held in the vestry-roomaujoining tbe church for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of presenting a memorial to the Lords Commis- s
November 27, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England