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1. The Heretic—ll. Thrush-Hunting. By Alexander Dumas—lll. High Life in the Last Century—lV. News from an Exiled Contributor—V. The Prophecy of the Twelve Tribes—Vl. A BewaiLnent from Bath ; or. Poor Old Maids—Vll, Marston ; or, the Memoirs of a Statesman. Part B—VIII. Secession
January 30, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LATER FROM THE UNITED STATES.

LATER FROM THE UNITED STATES.

(from our own correspondent.) Liverpool, Monday, 7 P.M.— The packet ship 4 burton, Captain Hattlestou, bus this moment cast anchor tba Mersey. She left New York on the lOlli instant, and brings ten cabin and thirty steerage sengers. Captain Burrows, of the George Washington, did
January 30, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1844

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1844

CHURCH, UNIVERSITIES, &c. The Bishop of Salisbury will hold his next ordination on March 3. CAMBRIDGE, JAK. 25. Degrees Conferred. —Hon. M.A.—Earl Nelson, Trinity. Lord James De Burgh Browne, Magdalen. Hon. Aubrey Richard Spring Rice, Trinity. Hugh Seymour, Trinity. Thomas Arthu
January 30, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CORONERS’ INQUEST?

CORONERS’ INQUEST?

, forc-noou a leugtbened investigation was gout into ,tr > linker, the coroner, the Queen’s Head Ire '■i I’oplar, respecting the death of Mr. Walt.'? aged 44, principal draughtsman the wort. and Karenhil), Blackwell, who lost his lif. off the pier. On the 23d of last month the ■
January 30, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
taftss that station to render any comments unneccs at oar hands : • 6ukkub, Oct. 28, 1843.—The troops are still

taftss that station to render any comments unneccs at oar hands : • 6ukkub, Oct. 28, 1843.—The troops are still

> melancholy condition. There were only 90 men fit duty the whole force (native). Colonel and all the officers have given up their nig't guards. To show the lack of men for duty, th* adjutant of one of the corps was seen few da>t ago inspecting the guards, which consisted of com
January 5, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Tee Penioa Jo* rob trees ,n » oot •on wh f«g»inei

Tee Penioa Jo* rob trees ,n » oot •on wh f«g»inei

January 5, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE STATE PROSECUTIONS.

THE STATE PROSECUTIONS.

POSTPONEMENT OF THE STRIKING OF THE JURY. Dublin, Jan. 3. —The Crown has once more been checked in the attempt to hurry forward the proceedings against the traversers. The following is a report of what occurred in the Crown Office of the Queen’s Bench this day. pursuance of the
January 5, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
This day is published, oblong folio, 12s. cloth, THE AMATEUR'S DRAWING-BOOK. By WALTON. With Observatlosa on Drawing, and General Instructions

This day is published, oblong folio, 12s. cloth, THE AMATEUR'S DRAWING-BOOK. By WALTON. With Observatlosa on Drawing, and General Instructions

in the Art. With Thirteen PJates, printed in Tint-Lithography by Standidge and Co. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans.
January 15, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Published this day, fcp. Bvo. 6s. cloth, lESSONS on CHEMISTRY, for the use of J Pupils in Schools, Junior Students

Published this day, fcp. Bvo. 6s. cloth, lESSONS on CHEMISTRY, for the use of J Pupils in Schools, Junior Students

in Universities, and Readers who wish to learn the fundamental Principles and leading Facts; with Questions for Examination, a Glossary of Chemical Terras and Chemical Symbols, and Index. By WILLIAM H. BALMAIN. With numerous Woodcuts, illustrative of the Decompositions. Irtudon:
January 15, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SMITH FIELD.

SMITH FIELD.

Although our market to-day exhibited rather an extensive supply of beasts as to numbers, a very great deficiency to quality was observed in it, especially as relates to that portion of it derived from our northern grazing districts. The attendance of buyers was tolerably numerou
January 15, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England