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within tlw j«u« Kiting Cauteof IbqnMt thrtighoit Mbernra of UU (wutr; th. of tanoriMning tor Cogor notiod than aonn mj*.

within tlw j«u« Kiting Cauteof IbqnMt thrtighoit Mbernra of UU (wutr; th. of tanoriMning tor Cogor notiod than aonn mj*.

Tot, thi. conn » row»r«isi«L »»d which froqntnUj MercUeO, aebton night be UnnriioDOd for 106 doja. tHeor.hoor.) The noAerot deto whioh tkbetoM griHMn wmeoafioodin theeonatggulafSairejoßonnledto4o.(How.) It wonld ■merumi? tor him to point the edduiooti harden Ihie oraatj hed-to b
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
KENSINGTON PETTY SESSIONS.

KENSINGTON PETTY SESSIONS.

Yesterday young man, named Rickard Gates, whose face appeared plentifully tatteed with scratches,™ charged before SirJ. 8. Lillie and Messrs. Barlow and Pilkington, the T stated that, the prerioos erening, she went down the Geerge-yard, Hammersmith-broadway, for the purpose ef s
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
LAW NOTICES.

LAW NOTICES.

Mttings NM Priua, appointed to MbMleKi end London "below the Ricbt Hoolxßoiias Lord of the Queen’s Bench, In and alter Hillary Term, 184b. term. Middlesex. I Monday » JtSSiS iEsllhmtoT avraH -rmum. . MiddiWK. LM ”- Feb. S |* o,W To adjourn only. The Court Mil sit 11 o’clock In t
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
T» Mr. pat u» naurcai. w suDrawanx. WE are right glad to see yon are bestirring yonrwln, wilfi (nd In

T» Mr. pat u» naurcai. w suDrawanx. WE are right glad to see yon are bestirring yonrwln, wilfi (nd In

bran Hr. WaJkr’i ateUis. Thu kM« to to Mf. Wo toot tonr aooatobr odiraaoi toopopoi&r «u<«toHmmm Membenof Partomont in ttopmeßt JOBOturaor oftrird. Wo ttoU not tioabio you pNMot with ■■yif our oigo—otf or pwltloo. tot atoll oMtetwoor Wvoe|*nenl obscmtloiM, mncMtcdbr yoorowapKuHor
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
COUHT CIRCULAR,

COUHT CIRCULAR,

The PriaMM (ad Pri.ee George Cembrid.e dined with Ber Mejeetj the Do«e|er jMterd.j erenbu, et Merlboreofh-beaer. The Dike if Ceabridre eWted the DaeheM if Gloertter eeeterdae, et Qloeeeter-hwie. Hit Royal aighnete returned the nneneon to hie reeideaeentKen. The Duebeee of Olooee
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Tli« following wu 'i . 'mocniMPMMnt Lfomv BI'UCI of Inner from the at ConjrtanUnopfo, dated Dec. 9- •• ■ Tba Protector, which wane; then at Teocdan. rived, and I made tor hylag her bore <ywo. •• • We have lu* eoiae eeveie nlee, wd eewal ferelgn veweb tore keen wrecked in the Bla
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
DEPARTURE OF TBOOPS FOR ENGLAND.

DEPARTURE OF TBOOPS FOR ENGLAND.

An order arrived this inermn,; for the immediate departure of the 19th Regiment of Infantry, quartered in this garrison, for Bristol. The troops are now embarked in the Express and steamers, an will shl'by this eveciog’s tide. DINNER TO MR. O’CONNELL, Tho Duh'. Post of ibis even
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
O'CONNELL TRIBUTE.

O'CONNELL TRIBUTE.

&re authorized by noble friend to aunouncs subscription of 20 guineas to the O'Connell national testimonial, by that excellent and ever consistent friend of Ireland Samuel White, member for Leitrim. —Dublin Evening Po't. December 29. It is ruiroured that Mr. Morgan O’Connell, re
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
30, 1880, TO WEDNESDA

30, 1880, TO WEDNESDA

(Umur, tbUrmutarud bßlWksTincdistd •atMMr.Bawm’a. It Holljmod* Thoa, ttnak light ud went italw. wfaara th«y ,«mw«d tbwMalTW «f thraagnu, inctadiaga daablakamUad at ii«fc aadaftw aaekiag draweia, bat vitboat touching fraction of ■aaaqy under their hoade, the whale party from the
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
ELECTION PROSPECTS IN THE WEST OF SCOTLAND. (Front tha CHaign) C&utdutiomaL)

ELECTION PROSPECTS IN THE WEST OF SCOTLAND. (Front tha CHaign) C&utdutiomaL)

ELECTION PROSPECTS IN THE WEST OF SCOTLAND. (Front tha CHaign) Referring to artiole in ear prineipal ealnatn, thall take rapid glance at the eoantiaa and borgha in tha watt. Beginnlog with Argyleahira, are nndarttand that Hr. Camphall <3 Mooaia’a aroapaata are moat ratifying, ara
January 1, 1840 - Evening Mail - London, London, England