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UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENT 1

UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENT 1

(From our Correspondent.) Oxford, Dec. 30.— Messrs. C. J. We.ber, C V H_r- ; court, H. A. Hervey, and C. S. Fortescue, have been elected students of Christ Church. The Rev. T. Dry, of Merton College, has been unani ; raously elected head-master of Sir W. Paston's Free Gram i mar
January 1, 1844 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EARTHQUAKE in the CHANNEL ISLANDS.

EARTHQUAKE in the CHANNEL ISLANDS.

EARTIIQUAJKE ilu the CHANNEL ISLANDS | LFROM THE GUERNBEY STAR, DEC. 2G] On the afternoon of Friday last, at a few minutes ?? .tuir o'clock, tihe shosk cf In eirtlhquake was felt through- out tht whole of thbis eldud. For eouse days pres ia6 thi, weather had beets porfectly calm,
January 1, 1844 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MR. FERRAND AND THE LEAGUE.

MR. FERRAND AND THE LEAGUE.

The following letter has been addressed to the Editor of the Times:- 'I Manebeter, Dec. 27. " Sxs-I shell feel under an obligation if you will allow the following statement to appear in your extensively cir- cutlated journal - htr. Ferrand, Mt.P., in a letter inserted in your pa
January 1, 1844 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—Tms DAv.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—Tms DAv.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—Tms D A v. The January sessions of the Central Criminal Court (being the third during the present mayoralty) commenced this morning at the Old Bailey, before the Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Thomas Wood, Mr. Alderman Hooper, Sheriffs, and other civic officers.
January 1, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
sailed.

sailed.

The Sultan, Asplet, for Alexandria; SussrZ, Comin, for Batavia; Quebec, Hebard, for New York ; Vanderkerckhovc, for Ghent. LIVERPOOL INTELLDDiSi rnoM our own corrbspondbnt. (Received I. si night.) Akkivkd. December Dyson, Stewart, from Aric*. sailed on the 9th September Emily, f
January 1, 1844 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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January 1, 1844 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MONET MARKET and CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONET MARKET and CITY INTELLIGENCE.

Friday Ereming. The Engliih securities have continued exceedingly firm, and business is transacted on a fair scale. Censols were done at 96J, but left off 964 to f ; Bank Stock was steady at 183 to 184 ; and Exobequer-bUls, at 625. to 645. premium. In the course of toe dealings
January 1, 1844 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
EVENING MAIL, FROM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1843, TO MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 184*.

EVENING MAIL, FROM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1843, TO MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 184*.

A committee the whole house is now sitting on the bill providing for the incorporation of townships, towns, counties, and cities in Upper Canada; and are expunging all the clauses relating to patronage. They have put forth the hon. member for Kingston leader of the van. ** The d
January 1, 1844 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
of the bread and of the town-coon

of the bread and of the town-coon

the bread and of the town-coon The persona seta were admitted to tl where they remaii 400) until the an which took place the Queen and his which is situated o Home Park (and « whole of the gratif
January 1, 1844 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1844 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England