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-NEW BOOHJb IS 0 T.D 131 A.- iAtit() 'VN & C O.,I I 'II it P.Ii'i AC It I. iti 0. 1, .N -1.1) lAflN S History of 11FiR "AD.b itN.1 ?? NI t~lON - I Ii , i ?? e I .N( tillD, frount.21 Ti NV M1 'N -1 p . e .lilt'i ae -tI lto ionn I- 11 Ile 1 ,: A 111 O ii: tI 2 ilCY 1115 w or ey..Iu
March 18, 1840 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LOSS OF THE SUNDA OF DUNDEE IN THE INDIAN OCEAN.

LOSS OF THE SUNDA OF DUNDEE IN THE INDIAN OCEAN.

Y LOSS OF TIME SUND}A OF DUNDEE IN THE 5I . A r Il NDA A N O C,,:k N. 1 ,Fie (11v ul Ni ?? tttiX ?? of hltsostas'lscer~ltoi slti s1 ink, from rell Ctie tiatiiulain ot t wee theis? s~]lihe s sit tlm i thel~ rotisi;ovsi t~l c1itil vh ea .)(Ost M1iii* t ?? II. c ?? 's~erct on, i sav
March 18, 1840 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

I - l Va'ltliamelntal ?? - A _ _ ?? House of Lords. 'r'irlay, Motarl it. paetitionis agansat intrusiron teree presortcdel by tire flake of Argyll, frora loverary and seother piece is Argyteshlite; by the flake of Rich rarnd, from a tirirish in Aberdeetnshiret sad by the Earl of A
March 18, 1840 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

3100to(ttpt. I V LONDON, DHunsnAv, March 19. p -CnINA.-Under the head of " (,ina," it is stated in d tlie 2.Madras Spectaetor of the 22nd of January last, that a! the Imperial Commissioner, Lin, had solicited degra- p dation froid rank and dismissal from office, as finding it him
March 21, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MURDER AT ISLINGTON.

MURDER AT ISLINGTON.

During the whole of Tuesday the neighbourhood of Islinglon was involved in the utmost excitement, in conse. quence of thediscovery Qf a most inhuman murder, perpe. trated on the body of Alr. John Templeman, an elderly gentleman who resided in an obscure cottage in Laycock's fiel
March 21, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

M.ATEST XNTmX.1.rNCZ. . LND ON, FRIDAY MORNmX.VO. UNITED STATES AND CANADA.-By the arrival of thq packet ship 1?ag/and, arrived at Liverpool Tiues- day, we have received papers t the 22nd alt. T'he exchange forthe sailing of the England was 8 to 8, Iblusiness.moderate. PIULADIXPI
March 21, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
To the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette. Sib, A. 1 hear that Mr. M'Ghre is coming to York, may I

To the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette. Sib, A. 1 hear that Mr. M'Ghre is coming to York, may I

ask you what is the meaning of the statement that " the Papal «To b/tT i , „ 8et ?• iU Ire ' aml Si ™ e t'reW 'it S 1 ,he »" b J ect9 » f the papacy are trained m-systematicobedience to any laws which are contrary to those of the United Kingdom. Can you satisfy me? Yours, &c., Y
March 21, 1840 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SECOND ASSIZE CONCERT,

SECOND ASSIZE CONCERT,

And the last of the Season. ' We regret to say that the room was only thinly attended, but this is not to be wondered at after the gaieties or the week, and such draughts on the hours of repose ; but we noticed the : High Sheriff, Lady Constable, and party, and although there :
March 21, 1840 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LIBERTY OF RIPON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE for tbe LIBERTY OF RIPON

LIBERTY OF RIPON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE for tbe LIBERTY OF RIPON

in the Co t f York will be held on MONDAY, the 6th Day of Apr. next/at the Common Hal., in Ripou, as usual; when aud Where all Jurors, Suitors, Persons bound by Recognizances and others having Business at tbe said Sessions, are requested to attend by Ten o'Clock in the Morning o
March 21, 1840 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
! MISCELLANEOUS. I To the Magistrates of the County of York. My Lords and Gentlemen, I BEG leave respectfully to

! MISCELLANEOUS. I To the Magistrates of the County of York. My Lords and Gentlemen, I BEG leave respectfully to

return you my most grateful and sincere Thanks for the very kind and flattering manner in wi.ich yon were pleased to support my application for the Governorship of York Castle. I have the honour to be. My Lord* and Gentlemen, Your very obedient servant, WM. SHEPHERD, Governor of
March 21, 1840 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England