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WAR IN THE EAST. , Coarsyssrrisforsr.—The steamer Tahri Bahri arrived here on the 9th September, bringing back from his mission

WAR IN THE EAST. , Coarsyssrrisforsr.—The steamer Tahri Bahri arrived here on the 9th September, bringing back from his mission

to Egypt Rifaat Bey. Mehemet Ali's appeal to the generosity of the Sultan, as regards the posses- the sion for life of Syria, has been rejected, as well by Sultan as by the four great Powers, as being contrary to the spirit of the treaty of the 15th July, and consequently, after
October 8, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FLANDERS NAIL,

FLANDERS NAIL,

BarssEts, Oct. 4.—Prince Lieven has &flirted' this morning from Germany ; be is going to Paris. Several journals have announced the arrival of M Cloquette, who is attached to the legation at Constantinople, and also that of a courier whom M. Behr, the , Belgian Minister at the P
October 8, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
the the his. RAMS, °cr. 6. (anon °ea °wiz cOrtaxsrowoxxr.) We are really in a very alarming position; for the

the the his. RAMS, °cr. 6. (anon °ea °wiz cOrtaxsrowoxxr.) We are really in a very alarming position; for the

war journals are snore violent than ever, and many of the friends of peace are unable to exert themselves. Amongst all the journals there is only one, the Dslatts, which systematically exhorts to patience, and even %Islamist does not dare, in the face of so much exrciteutent, to
October 8, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
To the EDITOR of the GLOBE.

To the EDITOR of the GLOBE.

Sir,—lt is necessary to contradict some part of Lord Cardigan's reply. lie denies having ever used the term Indian officer," as a reproach. There were six officers ready to state on their oaths that lie had frequently so used it. Did Lord Cardigan tell Lieut. F., when the latter
October 8, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EASTERN COUNTIES RAILIVAy.

EASTERN COUNTIES RAILIVAy.

A special meeting of this Company was held at the London Tavern last week for the purpose of carrying out the resolution of the proprietors at the last annual meeting, to take steps, by the issue of new shares or otherwise, to raise funds to enable the directors to proceed immed
October 8, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FriHE EASTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY COMPANY.—The Case laid before Counsel on the legality of the proposed 81. 61. Bd. Debentures '

FriHE EASTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY COMPANY.—The Case laid before Counsel on the legality of the proposed 81. 61. Bd. Debentures '

with the opinion of Counsel thereon, will be published exclusively in the RANLyres' Times of To-morrow.
October 9, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PRANCE anc-CENGLAND—Pi;ACE or WAR.

PRANCE anc-CENGLAND—Pi;ACE or WAR.

(From the French Papers.) We quote the following from the Univers :—" Ali the ministers met in council yesterday at the Tuileries. The discussion was very animated, and lasted two hours. The opinion of M. Thiers prevailed, and the Chambers are to be convoked for 7th November. It
October 9, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AND TRAVELLER.

AND TRAVELLER.

LONDON, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9. While the Univers is preaching a Catholic crusade, the National is preaching something like a Mahornetan one. While the former has sufficient wisdom at least to perceive that the flames of revolutionary propagandism, if once kindled, must first
October 9, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 3, 1840.

SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 3, 1840.

HANWELL COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, MIDDLESEX.—The MICHAELMAS QUAR. TER commences THIS DAY. Prospectuses, with further particulars, may be bad on application (if by letter, pee-paid) to the Rev. T. T. Walmeley, D.D., Rectory, Haswell; J. D. Dlacbride, Esq D.C.L., Principal of Magdalen Ha
October 3, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PARIS, OCT. 13.

PARIS, OCT. 13.

(TROSI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The funds rose again considerably to-day at the opening of the Bourse) altlimigh nobody appeared to know what had taken place to revive confidence. believe the hope that peace will be maintained is founded chiefly upon what has occurred within the
October 15, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England