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FOREIGN PORTS.

FOREIGN PORTS.

Amsterdam, Dec. I—Neptunus, Cfaanslulver, from Hull. Aalo, Nov. 10—Mercurius, Warntcke, from Hull. Alcoa Bat, Sept 26—Vixen, Palmer, from mdon. Bolderaa, Nov, 22—Arrived; Jane, Durie, from Hull. N*»v. —Sailed : Agenoria, Batchelor, for Hull. 21 Hope, Wilson ; Herald, Hogg; Venus
December 11, 1840 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CONSISTORY COURT.~SATURD*vf Dec. 5

CONSISTORY COURT.~SATURD*vf Dec. 5

CONSISTORY COURT.~SATURD*v f Dec. 5 BANISTER v. TILLETT. (From the Times.) This was a suit brought up by Miss EHen Purvis Banister, the daughter of a tradesman in Colchester, against Robert Tillett, a hairdresser in the same town, for defamation, the words charged, and which were
December 11, 1840 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
9n\ipf,ina.

9n\ipf,ina.

Emigration to Sydney.— Durinjr 1839 the colony received an augmentation to its population of 11.3(58 free persons, or an increase of 3.781 on the total immigration of 1838 ; out of that number 3,56 a were children, not imme- (fiatelv available for work. When Oxford, the lunatic,
December 11, 1840 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. THIB EVENING will be performed the Comedy of THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. Bir John Kalstaff, Mr.

THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. THIB EVENING will be performed the Comedy of THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. Bir John Kalstaff, Mr.

Bartley ; Justice Shallow, Mr. F. Matthews ; Master Slender, Mr. C. Mathews ; Mr. Ford, Mr. Cooper ; Mr. Page, Mr. Diddear ; Kenton, Mr. W. Harrison ; Dr. Caius, Mr. Wigan. Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Nisbett; Mrs. Page, Madame Vestris ; Anne Page, Miss Raiuforth ; Mrs. Quickly, Mrs. C. Jon
December 11, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NAPOLEON'S REMAINS.

NAPOLEON'S REMAINS.

(From the Paris Papers of Wednesday.) " The duty with which the Prince de Joinville is charged," says the Debats, " does not terminate until the remains of Napoleon are deposited in the Invalides. His Royal Highness, therefore, will have the command of the Normandie steamer andt
December 11, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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TABLE TALK. ,

TABLE TALK. ,

— ♦ No. 184.— Friday, ?? 11, l_w. ".CID SIT PDLCHaBM, QOID W«?l, «UI» CTILS, v|_lo MOM." In the excellent letter of Alison, the historian, on the pre- sent state of the fine arts in Oreat Britain, which appeared lately in the Morning Post, the accomplished author refers to some
December 11, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
' SUMP NEjys. — _

' SUMP NEjys. — _

CUSTOM HOUSE De. in | ENTERED 1.. W AMW.-The Or^R^' . j Lisbon; Veronica, D_.vi.on, from ?? . ?? ' l ri P««_ irom Guernsey ; Horatio. P_slev. from Gue___ » "***• trom MujU«; Argus, Robertson, ?? sPp/ti^ Br,.w n, from Macao; Lady Wright ?? bl, "< I Coker. from Guernsey ; City _ A
December 11, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. On the Bth in_., at Southampton, the Lady af Captain «) Royal Artillery, ot' a daughter. Ou the lOthmst.,

BIRTHS. On the Bth in_., at Southampton, the Lady af Captain «) Royal Artillery, ot' a daughter. Ou the lOthmst.,

in Upper Seymour-.:r«' :'".:_•■ Lady of R. Logan, Esq., of a daughter. DIED. On the 2d Inst, at hi* house, D__._att.eet f.ive Walton, Esq., deeply lamented and Ulghlv respecteJ have lost 1 friend, Un Wednesday, the 9th c_.De ember, in the _fi. war )l the Rev. George Maximilian B
December 11, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Morning Chronicle returns to-day to the question of land letting, and we hasten to acknow- ledge our contemporary's punctuality,

The Morning Chronicle returns to-day to the question of land letting, and we hasten to acknow- ledge our contemporary's punctuality,

and to meet its arguments as we may. The Morning Chronicle commences as follows ; — ■• While the Standard invites us 'to prosecute the con- -yin relation of landloi tl and tenant, and the abuse o that relation into the means of political mid religious persecu- tion, it makes a c
December 11, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRADE REPORT.

TRADE REPORT.

Thursday Evening. . — The market Is still extremely dull. Company's congous on 'Change are '2s. 1 .VI. buyers. -.ml ■ -Hers at - ,k. — - 2.*>o hlnls. were done in the raw market at steady prices, fill!! bags and . ( >o chests Bengal were offered ; descriptions above 80-, sold at
December 11, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England