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POLICE-OFFICES.

POLICE-OFFICES.

GITILDHALL-A SCEitEitt RtDEcwt."...Ih is was re-examined before Mr. Alderman eahecogwtl t.'r1.1m ing four svereigus from Mr. George Foster, of Old-stre~et ait anl un- licensed lrlace for the sale of spirits and beer, inl Boil-court Gld.. lane. The city policemani,141,ireported t
June 28, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NORTH MIDLAND RAILWAY.

THE NORTH MIDLAND RAILWAY.

THUr iYol? TH MIDLAND RAl IVA Y. ?? I This railway, with the nexception of the London and I Birmingham and the Great Western Lines, will he the Sin greatest work of tlsc kind-we Speak not merely of rail- I ways, hut of ?? in ?? or modern Ile times. The Grand Juncstiou and the Sou
June 3, 1840 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MORNING NEWSPAPERS

MORNING NEWSPAPERS

(From the Times.) If we so*.: . iiution had faith manifested by tl -cupation of , we could hardly conceive i more lismal seiies of occurrences than the history „f affords. An enormous waste of treasure and ol governors who have exhibited th" , in pro . la Without any of the stal
June 6, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE LATE ATTEMPT Ti) ASSASSINATE HER.MAJESTY.

THE LATE ATTEMPT Ti) ASSASSINATE HER.MAJESTY.

THE LATE ATTEMPT Ti) ASSASSINATE HER MAJESTY. Yesterday the Lord Mayor, Aldermen Sir M. Wood, Brown, Sir P. Laurie, T. Wood, J. Johnson, and Sir G Carroll; the Sheriff.-, the Chamberlain, the Common Ser- jeant, the Secondaries, Mr. Common Pleider Bullock, the Comptroller, the Rem
June 23, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL PASSENGERS BILL,

COLONIAL PASSENGERS BILL,

Monday, June 22. Read a third time:— Amendment proposed, pr. 7. 1. 18, to leave out the words, " And whereas it is expedient that pro vision be made for regulating the carriage of Passengers In merchant vessels from the territories ln the p.wsessioM of the East India Company to:
June 23, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CHURCH OF ENGLAND EXTENSION,

CHURCH OF ENGLAND EXTENSION,

The following petitions were presented last night :— For Extension— From Brome, Berrow, Sparsholt, Brigh- ton, Shapwicke, Sheffield, Fnttii --rnni-Thorington, High- worth, Horsfortb, Nevcrn an bcott, Curd- ridge, Duntoti, Wilmslow, Borbage, Finchain andCranwieh, Cucklington, &c,
June 6, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COURT OF QUEENS BKNCH, Jem. 17.

COURT OF QUEENS BKNCH, Jem. 17.

THE fcIUEEN V. UWYLT. This was a criminal information against the defendant for assaulting Mr. Knvvett on the Uth of January last. Sir F. Pollock opened the case op the part ol the prosecu- tion, but from the very low tone m which >* addressed the jury, and from the noise around
June 29, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We liave received a letter from " A Protestant," dated York, contradicting the truth of tbc vcport he had previously cent, respecting the conduct of a Popish priest to the daughter of a Wesleyan preacher in that neighbourhood. The writer says, that the evidence on which he relie
June 19, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
• Ain-in ;,n.l prince Albert went rrain lluukinghakn to br, James's Palace at five o'clock yesterday aueruoon, and visited the

• Ain-in ;,n.l prince Albert went rrain lluukinghakn to br, James's Palace at five o'clock yesterday aueruoon, and visited the

Princess Augusta at Claience House. Her M'.iesty and his Royal Highness afterwards attended the afternoon service in the Chapel Royal. The Royal party returned to Buckingham Palace, and •diortly afterwards her Majesty and Prince Albert, acconi- lanied by the Prince of Leiningen,
June 22, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONET MARKET AXD CITY IXTELLIGEXCE.

MONET MARKET AXD CITY IXTELLIGEXCE.

Thursday, Twelve o'clock. The Ratavicr steamer has arrived, bringing Dutch papers to the ljt'i ot June, and prices from Amsterdam ofthe I.kli of Juhp : — Two-and-a-Half pi r Cents., 53g to 7- 10 ; Five per Cents, 100 11 10; Ardoin's, Spanish, 25£ We copy the following irom the J
June 18, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England