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Foreign and Colonial.

Foreign and Colonial.

PRANCE. Saturday's Putt—Paris papers are occupied more with the approaching funeral ceremonies in honour of the Emperor Napoleon than with the debate on the addrers in the Chamber of Deputiea, which, as far foreign interests are concerned, seems to have become exhausted. The rep
December 9, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

Emigration.—Colonel Verner, M.P., has purchased some extensive tracts of land in Australia, and is now fitting out a great many families on his estates Tyrone and Armagh for emigrating to that distant colony. Thi Repeal Agitation.—This stale pretence for augmenting the capitatio
December 9, 1840 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
SECOND LETTER FROM HAMER STANSFELD, ESQ.

SECOND LETTER FROM HAMER STANSFELD, ESQ.

ios TO THE~ EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURV. ?r of DEAR SRnS,-In your Second Letter, you express yotir ort the intention of completing your rej!)luder in a Third and concluding itt gof one. For that I shall wait before 1 enter Into the sipreific points of as id the controversy; but
December 12, 1840 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MULTUM IN PARVO.

MULTUM IN PARVO.

It lauylI'M IN VC. I Dr.-3ohneon once dined with at Scottish lady who had a hotch. 1ntch for dinner. After the doctorkhadtasted it, she askedliitn TI If 4t was good I "it isgood forbhogs, nEanaam" said thedoctor. Soot ,"Then pray," said the lady," let seehelp you to alittle more.
December 11, 1840 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

lornitngy Chrouive Otlice, Seven o'clock. SECO ND 1D EDITION. UNITE I) STA'TES. (EXPRESS FROMU LIVERPsOOL.) SIX DAYS LATER FROM AMERICA. LIVERPOOL, MONDAY. We have another arrival from the United States to-day, the packet ship North America, Capt. Low- ber. making the ran from Ne
December 8, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SIR WILLIAM MAXWELL'S DINNER TO HIS TENANTRY.

SIR WILLIAM MAXWELL'S DINNER TO HIS TENANTRY.

SIR WILLIAM MAXWE LLS DINNER TO I This feast came off at Monrelth on Wednesday the '25th ult., and was numerously attended, the whole of the tenantry having been invited. The viands and liquors did great credit to the baronet's larder, and we wish we could say thatthe sentimentsh
December 14, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON TRADE REPORT.

LONDON TRADE REPORT.

LONDON TRADE REP ?? WIn-NiSDuAY EvENInNo.-Thc markets were extremely dull today; the public sales werc of little moment, and privately few purcliases were made for either homo usc or export, in prices, however, no variation of moment has taken place. The imiportis kcep light. SUn
December 10, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

The Dueliess of Kent dined with her Majesty and Prince Albert on Tuesday evening, at Buekingham Palace. The Duke of Cambridge visited Prince Albert yester- day. His Royal Highness Prince Albert, attended by Sir Edward Bowater and Captain Seymour, rode out on horseback yesterday.
December 10, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

2; IAsRETS, Iswicsi, December 8 -We had a large supply of whea and barley at our malke; to day, bil of which Cany be noted I Iper quarter higher. A short Yuiply of oth,:r grain. Prices ?? 3is to 6i2s; burley28i to 33S beans 3t'7 t 40Y; peas 37d lo 390; oats 249 to 26s per qr. ---
December 12, 1840 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

vortr?. NURSERY RHYMES. "Hey my kitten, my kitten, Hey my kitten, my deary: Such a sweet pet as this, Was never seen far or neary !" Qnoth Mrs. PACKER to Nurse LILLY, While gazing on the Royal ffily- "d Now, is she not a lovely creature? How finely formed in limbs and feature I W
December 12, 1840 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England