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Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

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March 23, 1840 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NAVAL ARCHITECTURE.

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE.

NAVAL ARCI]ITECTURE. To the Pntni"rT it of thde ii .131Ptiin: TEL13GiAPu. Slit,-l pereeive by your last Paper. the Admiralty have ordered a brig of 16 guns to be built uopn the lines of ilte ltaecrivitch- This will doubtless gratify every onc in ereatted in tilC advan cemlent of
March 23, 1840 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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March 27, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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March 27, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
EMIGRATION FOR 1639.

EMIGRATION FOR 1639.

publishuig this return, which has this week been made to the House Commons, are persuaded ahull impart instruction and gratification our readers. During the year 11*39, emigrants have embarked from the various ports of the United Kin dom. Of these, «migrants hav- proceeded to th
March 27, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
rritUmm. K«v|*f bwa witli MM ewN««Ur«. ti*n. Mr. CitMwell atibwitted that an aMigoarat did aot Mr. Walkrr of hia iolrrrat.

rritUmm. K«v|*f bwa witli MM ewN««Ur«. ti*n. Mr. CitMwell atibwitted that an aMigoarat did aot Mr. Walkrr of hia iolrrrat.

and that ba frua gi»iag rvidonra. Th* rvquaatrd anolKrr vttnra might eatird. Grorg# Lock tag waa called, and being alao examined on lha *mrd,rt. it appaared that «aa aiaiUrljr aiUialrd with Mr. Walker. The aaae objection «aa uken to the la«t vitneaa, and to aland down. Trancia T
March 27, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CAPITAL £‘250.000.

CAPITAL £‘250.000.

In 10,000 Shabss £*2s each. Deposit PER /•MpsvT. raw "/ £4 p*r per .fwttM. peal vpea ail OrpoMl* tn Jmttmry Jmlf. ONE of the leading objects of this Compant will to protect and improve every and contingent Interest the Landed Property of these Kingdoms, and to progresaivcly incr
March 6, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
•ppean* la Lanka tmt mtiiil TWTmIM Ml. ik> |HII«I»I IV MM hMffly M -lliiitiil 5l tttos: SSL™ (■•n. comm WbMf

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March 6, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MONDAY.

MONDAY.

The Hi«hop of F.xvvaa presented several petitions from vsr bod.c* «f the clergy, pitying that, in whatever measures might lie adopted rc«prcl of Church discipline, the ancient jurisdiction of the Hishop* should net >»■ impaired. The Right Rsv. {‘relate availed lumself of that op
March 6, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN POLICY.

FOREIGN POLICY.

While insult- to the national honour, and gratuitous interruptions British commerce from France and Russia multiply on all sides, the mercantile community cannot lung be bamboozled as to the intimate connexion in politics, as well as philosophy, between cause and effect. If a we
March 6, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England