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SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

I I $Eh`-GOND EDITION. LOIIDOW5r Saetrddy E£veuzng. The Werst India Aail.-Soauharmpt on, Jon1. 20._The Medsway, Royal Mail Company's steamer, Capt. George Parsons, arrived this inorning at 10 o'clock, brinzing all the WTest India and Columbian mails. The Medwav left Southampton,
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

The Presbvterv of hladdington met at Moreham, on Thursday the 15th curt., for the ordination and induction of the Rev. Alex. Graham. The Bev. _Mr. Weir, minister of Hlumbie, prtached and presided ablv in the solemn service of the day v and at its close Mr. Graham met with a cord
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW MARKETS, JANUARY 20.

GLASGOW MARKETS, JANUARY 20.

GLASGOW MARKETS, JANUARY 2D. q . . 5 _ UI . . _ ?? For Raw Sugars there has been a moderate demand this wneel, the sales amount to 332 hhds. anrl trs., and 190 brle., steadily at rtcffer prices: brown Trinidads .Sss. 6r. to 66s. Ed.. sniddlineg 57. ?? to 58s. 6r brown Jamaicas 36
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FRENCH POLITICS.

FRENCH POLITICS.

f V,-- ?? +1 M... v _% a (From the Times.) re C ?? *eThe Chamber of Deputies is usually so much more th prompt to express the emotions of the timile than to engage th in the more arid discussion of the affairs of the nation, a d that a Nwell-continued exhibition of oratory, seas
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

A Gtl LL AID. jtur T HE E S T A T E T 1 IAL S. e W'EDNESDAY, J17. 17. t The Court met at ten o'clock, when. the traversers were called ms and appeared, he e The AIrToaNET-GENErAL resumed his address. He commenced wz by referring to the meeting which was held at Baltinglass on th
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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LONDON, JANUARY 20.

LONDON, JANUARY 20.

LONDON, JA N\UJARY 20. Departure of the Court from WTindsor.-According to I present arrangements, her Majesty (who will open the ensuivr session of Parliament in person on the Ist proximo) will take her departure from Windsor Castle for Buck- inahlem Palate on Tuesday nr Wednesda
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ACCESSION OF JAMES VI. TO THE THRONE OF ENGLAND.

ACCESSION OF JAMES VI. TO THE THRONE OF ENGLAND.

ACCES8TON OP JAIMn' VtT. TO TTIE TUT rlor O.F E N Gl..AN D. (frrom Me Zest reoliuimr of Tyller's iistor/ of See iced-) On the succeeding Sunday, after the news of Elizabethfs deathl bad reacted Scotland; James attended service inthe I fligh Church of St. Giles, ; where a sermon w
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ENGLAND.

ENGLAND.

The Address.-We understand that, in the House of T Commons, Viscount Clive, the Member for North Shrop. shire, will move the address in answer to her Majesty's speech; and MIr. Cardwell, Member for Clitheroe, waill be the seconder.-Times. feoh' ,af Sir Robert ?? DOnga, Rart..We
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW NORTHERN HIGHLAND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

GLASGOW NORTHERN HIGHLAND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

- GLASGOW NORTHERN HIGHLAND BENEVOLENT | _ SOCIETY. O The eighth annual dinner of this Society was held in the Black X Bull, on Thursday the 18th inst., -when upwards of eighty gentle- se mien sit down to an excellent dinner, which reflected great credit )yonl Mr. Clark, the wort
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
COMPARATIVE LENGTH OF LIFE IN BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES.

COMPARATIVE LENGTH OF LIFE IN BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES.

COMIPARATIVE LENGTH OF LIFE IN BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. La n SMe'1S D LUbxALASU.ve _ (From tihe Globe.) The results of Bir, Chadwick's inquiries, which are presented in some striking tabular forms, appear to show that a bad sana- tory condition oF masses of the population p
January 22, 1844 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland