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DOMESTIC.

DOMESTIC.

I I ,:E .I S , , I , ' ' :. .! ' ?? DZONEiTIC. .I_ _ . TRB,'LowOr PoaIcn INe WSiEB.-Sucd is the peace- able state of Carmarthenshlresat present, that the magistrates have deemed it advisable to 'dispense with the aid of the London police, and they are to be removed to the metropo
January 27, 1844 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

|I STATE PROSECUTIONS IN TnuESDAY. DurTrLW.-The Court oat at 10 o'clock, when the travers- e3 baying beenz called upon, appeared. The flrstwitness called was Mr. Frederick Bond Hughe who, upon being sworn, said-I am a short-hand writer, a'od baveobeen in the habit of reporting
January 27, 1844 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WIGAN.

WIGAN.

II :^ \: r: - ' i - - ?? - - I . - ". - -- I W1OA1 BoRoUGoH SES9ONSo-Th.esa Sessions took place in tha M'loot hall, on Monday last, before Robert Segar, Esq., recorder, and a full bench of magistrates. The gen- tlemen of the Bar present on the occasion were, Messrs. Jas, Trafford
January 27, 1844 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
RAILWAY DEPARTURES.

RAILWAY DEPARTURES.

Hl ERAILWAY DEPARTURES, NORTH UNION. From Preston to Liver- pool, Manchester, and From Liverpool to Fro MaAlanchzes Wigan. Wigan and Preston. Wigan and Prmeqs. 8 20 A.M,, Mixed 8 45 A.M., Mlixed 9 D A.M., 5lj1 9 45 A.3., 1st Clas3 II 0 A.M. lit Class lJ 15 A.M. 1st CI 2 20 P.M.,
January 27, 1844 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY ASSOCIATION.

AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY ASSOCIATION.

?? Johnston delivered his third and last t lecture -on the manuring of the soil" yesterday to ( attentive audience, which was chiefly a ° d of farmers, but amongst whom were nany landd proprietors. The Earl of Leven and Mlel- Vlle presided, and near whom we observed Sir Geo. t ,
January 25, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
VESTRY MEETING at ROTHERHAM

VESTRY MEETING at ROTHERHAM

On Thursday afternoon, a meeting, convened by the Over- seers, was held in the vestry of the Parish Church, at Rother- ham, to determine the rate at which the next poor assessment for that parish should be made. Mr. Aldred was called tothe chair. . . .Mr. Richard Rising and Mr.
January 27, 1844 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ANTI-LEAGUE MEETINGS.

ANTI-LEAGUE MEETINGS.

KENT, Saturday This morning one of the most important meetings ever held came oft" at Canterbury. It was an assembly of all the tenant farmers of East Kent, with a fair sprink- ling of landlords ; and the ohject of its being convened was to stay the revolutionary flood set in by
January 22, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRADE REPORT

TRADE REPORT

Saturday Evening. The business transactions in the Colonial and Foreign Produce Markets have not been extensive this week, except as regards the public sales of Tea, which by error we stateg as having closed yesterday afternoon, whereas a small further quantity will be offered o
January 22, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON, Saturday Aitkrnoon.

SOUTHAMPTON, Saturday Aitkrnoon.

SOUTHAMPTON, Saturday Ai tkrnoon. (FROM OUR I'RIVATH CORRESPONDENT.) The Medway, whose arrival I announced in a former letter, was seen in the Solent Channel precisely at nine o'clock, and, by the exertions of the Packet Ksta blish- ment at this port, and the officers of the West
January 22, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
AFFAIRS OF GREECE.

AFFAIRS OF GREECE.

NOTE OF LORD ABERDEEN TO SIR EDWARD LYONS. (From the Gazette d' Augsburg of the 19th.) The affairs of Greece occupy the constant and serious attention of her Majesty's government as well as of the ambassadors of France and Russia, and of Prince de Wal- lerstein, who has been sen
January 25, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England