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THE LEVANT.

THE LEVANT.

TRPE LEVANT. itROMS THLE lAIX rIr. TI0IF.S O0 NOV. 30.] . r.sr.; auA, iN'ov. 't26_My previous accounts of the mnisgiling of Mheract ?? and .the proccedings of the lirench agents here have in somedegrece prepared you for the disclosures thisletter ?? of the blood- shed in Syria is
December 14, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

S'T'A'TE OF ?? cI scIncIi:iWrlt, UiT IDAY lv EN:lNG.-Co' CTON rPADE.. -Silce the ?? if' tile vcry favourlhic newts from th ?? amld Ifr-n1 ('rIn a. WIhih was o11 tile evvllit gg If 'Tceeday, ?? the ?? *fdtbe (ldly hal closed, a very large acid incr:iscd bsoutiocss hlas been done !
December 14, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

IN DIA. ur lel r AFFG(HANi 1STAN. he I mentioned in the ?? to ny last commltnica- rc tion the unlifvourable rumours that were afloat relativc to theu movements of Do8t Alallotned. These have mn turned out to be but too well foundde. Assisted by the il tralichurons Vullee of' Khoo
December 14, 1840 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Portsmouth.

Portsmouth.

,vortonlollill. ? it ID-A V TIMC, Inu o w D v SAT L DAY, DECEU 1kBBR 12, 18140 131PORTANT NEWS FPOML6 EGYPT, CHIlNA, AND INDIA. Accounts have been received frnm Alexandria to the 26th ulIL anid fioen Boaibaty to the Ist of November- The letters from Alexaitdtia, which we give els
December 14, 1840 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

id BIRTHS. es cc At Brighton, on the 4th instant, the Countess Cow- I 1. per, of a daughter. E e IMARRIED. V or At Alverstoke, on the 9th instant, by the Rev. Sir G. F Prevost, Lieut. Robert Tryon, of Her Dlajesty's Ship ir Pantaloonr, fourth son of the late Thomas 'Iryon, Esq.,
December 14, 1840 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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LONDON, Friday, Dec. 11, 1840.

LONDON, Friday, Dec. 11, 1840.

Gazette of this afternoon contains Order JL in Council declaring the Port of Hamilton, in Bermuda, a free Warehousing Port, under the provisions of the " Act to regulate the Trade the * British Possessions abroad." The Queen has been pleased to appoint Master Herbert Lowther Wil
December 14, 1840 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HAY MARKETS—Satu»dat. Ditc. ' n.i! rd. Cumlirrlittil. H> 90« .. K>» IKK M» fU’ W)» »« ~ V2t it/t .. !«• *>■

HAY MARKETS—Satu»dat. Ditc. ' n.i! rd. Cumlirrlittil. H> 90« .. K>» IKK M» fU’ W)» »« ~ V2t it/t .. !«• *>■

HAY MARKETS— Satu»dat. Ditc. ' n.i! rd. Cumlirrlittil. 90« .. K>» IKK M» fU’ W)» »« ~ V2t it/t .. !«• *>■ Coarse Meadow t’seful Ditto Fine Upland and Rye Gr**« 100» . I<H* . Clover Hay lOJia a .. 10&a 115 a .. lllN l.Wa Straw .. . 40* 4ie.. 44*.. 40* 4*« Oal Straw . . W. 40* .. 4
December 14, 1840 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER.

WINCHESTER.

LET.—A moderate HOUSE, situate in Kinps-1 gate-street, with or without Uoaeh-liouse and Stable. Apply to Mr. Whitrow. 106, High-street. 11l RSLEV. NEAR BE LET and entered upon early in February.—A romfortable DWELLING HOUSE, comprising a Dining and Draw nip-room, and sis bed ro
December 14, 1840 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
To HOUSE, ARUNDEL. Ofe SOLD BY AUCTION,at the Custom House, '°1 Uesrli 22nd day of December, ,Ift. 'V 1 ,he

To HOUSE, ARUNDEL. Ofe SOLD BY AUCTION,at the Custom House, '°1 Uesrli 22nd day of December, ,Ift. 'V 1 ,he

forenoon, the following over proof Foreign Spirits, which have been seized and legally condemned, vit.: • ' About 84 Galloni white Brandy ■> Geneva samples of the above Spirits may be seen and tasted, at n™ 0n lhe mornin "he day of Sale. "• "• A de P° s '< of per cent, will be r
December 14, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
At the Lewes Petty Sessions ou Tuesday, Captain Mackay, the Chief Constable of Police in this Division the County, attended

At the Lewes Petty Sessions ou Tuesday, Captain Mackay, the Chief Constable of Police in this Division the County, attended

with two superintendents Messrs. Harper from the London Police, and Thomson from Tunbriilge Wells), twelve paid constables and a sergeant (Ballard) and three paid constables for the Lewes District, who were all sworn in and received instructions as to their duties. One superinte
December 14, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England