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COURT OF SESSION—FIRST DIVISION.

COURT OF SESSION—FIRST DIVISION.

COURT OF SESSION-FIRST DIVISION. STATRXTIBOGIE CASE. On Saturday, this case came on again for consi- deration. A note of suspension and interdict, at the instance of the majority of the Presbytery, hav- in.g been presented against the Special Commission appointed by the late Gene
July 13, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

(From our Special Correspondent.) LONDON, TUESDAY MnORNING. The Message of her MAJESTY invoking their co-operation in the formation of a Regency, was laid before both HIouses of Parliament last night. As usual upon such occasions, the desire of the QUEEN was communicated through
July 16, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE 0? LORDS-July 27. The bills on the table were forwarded a stage. Several bills were brought up from the Cominons. The Marquis of NORMTANBY laid on the table some sanatory returns relative to Scotland, which were ordered to be printed. The Earl of HAI))DTNGTON brought up th
July 30, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

inj (Front our Specile Corr-e-qpondent.) f, LOxION, TUEYSsDAY MuTNuN. pri The debates in Parliament are really of more th importance now than at any period of the session, as what is reported of last evening will satisfac- t torily prove. The explanations of Lord PL. o aIERSTOX
July 30, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DUNFERMLINE.

DUNFERMLINE.

Thlis royal burgh was honoured by ii visit from Lord andI Lady D)unfermline on Thursday last, for the first time since the Noble Lord was promoted to the lPeerage. Although his Lordship's intention to pass th rough the town becasne know in only a few hours previous to his arriva
July 30, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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AFFAIRS OF THE EAST.

AFFAIRS OF THE EAST.

AFFAIRS OF TIHE EAST. (Private Correspoadence qf Seneaphiore de lifarseies July .3.) Constantinople, June IS. It appears certain that the dismissal of Ehogrew Paslia was the result of an altercation which occur- red in the Council between him and Redschid Pasha relative to the tr
July 11, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SLAVERY IN BRITISH INDIA.

SLAVERY IN BRITISH INDIA.

BRIITISH5 INDIA SOCIETY. The annual meeting of this Society was held on A tonday, at Freemasolns' Hall, Sir Charles Forbes in tile chair. We observed on tile pintform Mr O'Connell, Mr G. Thompson, &c. Several Ameri- can gentlemen. and several natives of the East In- dies, were a
July 11, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE CHARTIST CIRCULAR.

THE CHARTIST CIRCULAR.

thing to say, that your wives must be ravished, your houses fired, and your religion taken from you, unless Castlereagh be permitted, unexposed, to proceed in the selling of seats in Parliament! But, my good Mr Scrip, what have we to do with considerations of this sort. Scrip. W
July 18, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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July 11, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE CHARTIST CIRCULAR.

THE CHARTIST CIRCULAR.

Z.and of Kings and Queens. Adieu, adieu, to England’s shore, We bid a long, a last farewell; No more we’ll bear the ills we bore, That make the fairest scene a hell. Away o er ocean’s foaming breast, Upon the breeze’s rapid wings speed, to seek a home and rest, Polluted not by Q
July 4, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland