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SUBMISSION OF MEHEMET ALI.

SUBMISSION OF MEHEMET ALI.

We last week announced a report of the submission of tbe Pacha or Eotpt The following now places the matter beyond all doubt. The Qnotidienne gives the account below as the substance of its intelligence from the Levant, which has since been confirmed by a Telegraphic Despatch fr
December 12, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The debate in the Chamber of Deputies, on the Address to the King, bas closed triumphantly in favour of the cause of loyalty and of peace. The following was the result. The number of voters 406 White balls 347 Black balls - 161 Majority 86 To which may be added Ministers pre- se
December 12, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Thb news from Spain is not important, but still is pleasing and satisfactory. All is going on well ; and the provisional regency has wisely issued an announce- ment of a political amnesty, in favour of the well meaning but misguided opponents of the Queen. This is highly calcula
December 12, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
RESISTANCE TO CHURCH RATES.

RESISTANCE TO CHURCH RATES.

The arguments in the interesting case of Mr. Baines, of Leicester, who is now suffering imprisonment in Leicester Castle, for resisting a demand for Church Rates, occupied the Court of Chancery, at great length, on Tuesday and Wednesday. Our readers may re- member that this case
December 12, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CARLOW ELECTION

THE CARLOW ELECTION

This struggle between liberalism and the Orange faction commenced on -Monday week, and terminated on Thursday, in the return of the Tory, CoL Bbobn. Tbe numbers sa declared by the Sheriff at the dose of the poll were ss follow :- Bb-en r_2. | Powsoßsr 137. Majority for Bbcbn on
December 12, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
RAILWA7 N-SWB.

RAILWA7 N-SWB.

R AILWA7 N-SWB. ?? from the Fourth Page.j G beat Noam ow £»*laiid -iiiw*y._\V e un . demand that the Great North of England Railway will be ready lor the conveyance of coals on the 4th of January next ; and that Durham coals will be ready tor sale at several depots on the hoe, vi
December 12, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
AWinJXaLY SUDDEN DEATH IN.TORK.

AWinJXaLY SUDDEN DEATH IN.TORK.

AWinJXaLY SUDDEN DEATH IN TORK. Wbß liij. an waeawat was heM br Mr J. Weed, the coroner —a ?? L- *>■ a_s a •*_ ?? m 9 aaa- ?? a ?? mmam ef Bar Jaaamh Bcaas-a, t_* siam of da* _••_.. ?? B ZS^memm, * ". ?? _*arysßiirnlj to that ?? ?? . ?? ?? ?? to enjoy the moat robo.t bsasß Tb* ss
December 12, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
The Northampton Mercury. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. j we are not members of any Peace Society*, we '§bt in peace, and

The Northampton Mercury. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. j we are not members of any Peace Society*, we '§bt in peace, and

abominate war as much. as old c rox, or the most pacific of his followers. But , s must have—and till men become much wiser •, ter than they are at present they cannot always be joi° —" 3 perfectly consistent with this feeling to re? a t the brilliant and decisive victories, whi
December 5, 1840 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
NORTHAMPTON GENERAL INFIRMARY.

NORTHAMPTON GENERAL INFIRMARY.

admission of patients during the last week. In Patients. 24— Out-Patients, Dec. Number of Patients in the House 114 , /Dr. ROBERTSON, Receiving Phvsieian I. Mr. PERCIVAL, Receiving Surgeon house-visitors for the ensuing week :— W. R. Rose, Esq. W. F. Morgan, Esq. John Reddall, E
December 5, 1840 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
NORTHAMPTON GENERAL LUNATIC ASYLUM.

NORTHAMPTON GENERAL LUNATIC ASYLUM.

Xov. 25f/i. House Visitors until the next Monthly Meeting, Dee. 30. The Rev.R. J. Geldart Mr. George Osborn The Rev. J. P. Lightfoot John Horwood, Esq. Weekly Statement, ending Friday, Dec. 4, First Class. Second. Thud. Fourth. Fifth. Remaining 4 4 8 Admitted 0 1 0 0 3 Discharge
December 5, 1840 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England