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FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Will “SI.” favour u« with hi* nam« and addie**? We have no doubt but there i» at le»»ti'Wi« truth in hiecoannuoication. should like to be better informed the subject betore we break ground. , , We beg to thank Z.” for hi* favour. are afraid, however. it would
June 30, 1840 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
DOINGS OF THE SESSION,

DOINGS OF THE SESSION,

DOINGS THE SESSION, ( From the Times of Wednesday.) The present session commenced the llithol January. We have reached the 24th of June. Nearly thirty-three weeks have pasted, and how have they been employed by the Melbourne ministry, by courtesy called government ? Just seventee
June 30, 1840 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
TRIAL OF RICHARD GOULD.

TRIAL OF RICHARD GOULD.

Richard Gould was placed at the bar of Ihe Central Criminal Court on Monday the 22d instant, charged with breaking and entering the dwelling-house of the late unfortunate Mr. Templeman, in Pocock’s-fields, Islington, and stealing therefrom a sum of money, his property. The priso
June 30, 1840 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
lOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, June 22.

lOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, June 22.

Sir R. FEEL presented a petition from the 7 ministers of the Presbytery of Siraihbngie, in reference to the sentence of suspension pronounced upon them by the (Jenetal Assembly. Mr. E. stated that he should this day move fur leave to bring in bill lor the regulation of the civil
June 30, 1840 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
(TIES RA I t.W.I V.

(TIES RA I t.W.I V.

fin (7; 0. ned that the furlher OPENy from the terminus In Highao4i, will take place on WED. next, on and after which day IA will be an follows: Fromlllrentwood to Roth ford, - Ilford, Stratford, un tl don. II o'clock Morning 9 o'clock "11l o'clock 1.11 o'clock o'clock 3 o'clock
June 30, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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June 30, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CARNARVON ADDRESS.

CARNARVON ADDRESS.

On Friday last it) consequence of a notice signed by the Mlayor of tire borough of Caroarvon, a public meeting of tlie town council and other inhabitants, was held at tire County flail, to congratulate her Majes. ty and her illustrious Consort from their escape from the diabolic
June 30, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
NFWSPAPER PRESS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.

NFWSPAPER PRESS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.

NFWSPAPER PRESS BIliNEVOLLNT ASSOCIATION. T'le thiril anniversary festival of this excellent insti. tution took place on Saturday at the London Tavern, Bishlopsgate-treet, whielt tile friends and members of tle association assemlited to the number of upward* of 200. The tables we
June 30, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Agriculture, Horticulture, [ill]

Agriculture, Horticulture, [ill]

I a cxultuorer MO I sse.- fe I . ks o sSussex.-A few stacks r ClOver hake y during the last week. Thc stoeki e markably slight, more so 'ban ith ha ' years, and the grass is an slight alr05,~~ the oats and barley certainly impt ,Ogttt li dry spots ; and the Wheat ins cosnin lee S
June 30, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
SPONTINI AND THE FRENCH OPERA.

SPONTINI AND THE FRENCH OPERA.

--• COCit ROYALE OF PARlS— (Fikst Chamber). j FERNANDO fORTKZ — srONTIM ?? THE .ADMINISTRATOR OV TUE ACADEMIE ROYALE DE MUSIQUE. (From the Gazette dcs Tribunaux.) M. Chaix ?? Ange, counsel for the administration of ! the Opera, appeals from a judgment of the Tribunal of Ccm- ; m
June 30, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England