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PORTUGAL

PORTUGAL

— . . v The following appeared in our second edition yester day : — (From our Correspondent.) LISBON, Jan. 12. No business of any consequence has been transacted in the Chambers since their opening. The Peers have been occupied in discussing the answer to the discourse from the
January 24, 1844 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. On the 16th inst., at Newport, Isle of Wight, the wife of J. E. Beckingsale, Esq , of a

BIRTHS. On the 16th inst., at Newport, Isle of Wight, the wife of J. E. Beckingsale, Esq , of a

3on. At Fareham. onthe I3th inst., the Lady of Edward Paddon, Esq., of a daughter. On the 17th inst., at Hockley House, Cheriton, Hants, the Lady of Walter Tayler, Esq., ot a daughter. A few days ago, at the Rectory, Elton, Hunts, the wife of the Rev. T. M. Symonds, Rector of Ad
January 24, 1844 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE. CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES Bitting of Jan. 22. The President took the chair at a qua no business was transacted until two. All the public tribunals were crowded. M. Cremieux laid on the table the following amendment on the last paragraph of the Address:— After the words— " Yes,
January 24, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
I THE LORD CHANCELLOR. , „„-.

I THE LORD CHANCELLOR. , „„-.

The following notice was posted on the door 01 me v of Chancery this day : — « Jan. -♦• " The Lord Chancellor will not sit to-day." *# We understand tliat the noble and learned lord is * ing under a slight attack of lumbago, but it is expec teo will be able to resume his officia
January 24, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH WIFE.

THE ENGLISH WIFE.

A Manual nf Homo Doties; ilcsipjed a* Soquol Ui« English Maiden. Fcp. «to., cloth, loitered, pnee 4s.Or/., silk, 61. ; morocco, Rs. THE LADIES WORK TABLE BOOK, Containing full Tnatructiona In Plain and Embroidery, Kniuinc. Netting, Crotchet, &c. TUostralcdhy upwards of Fifty Eng
January 24, 1844 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 

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DUDLEY.

DUDLEY.

The Rbphbsbntation. —It confidently that a n<’«r Brit (>ir this will Ikj aiuvnl for Iv openiag of ensoing session, and tho Anti Comlaw League are aclm for riporous »U- :t • secure 'the scat f.*r free trader. Mr. land has arrived tho borough, and commenced the canipaign hr course
January 24, 1844 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
CORN EXCHANGE.

CORN EXCHANGE.

Friday, Jar. 19.—The of Kuglieh wheat are r|oilc exhausted, an.) Monday * currency «.mM. ik. ■'.oulw. befulK free foreign i> cxiCv-tltrgly Ujl. alihoagh Mc«.luj. arc dcmantlwl Barley i»dall.bul tineqaalitiw o« w. I’l aaand beaus wo’-ain the same, The oai (rade Monday. »ith faira
January 24, 1844 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE BISHOP OF EXETER, AND THE POOR MAN'S CHURCH.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER, AND THE POOR MAN'S CHURCH.

is with feelings of no ordinary pleasure that we hare read the report of a joint meeting of the National Society for the Education of the Poor and two other church societies, held Plymouth ; and especially the speech of the Bishop of Exeter, who.as bishop the diocese, presided.
January 24, 1844 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
ABERGAVENNY.

ABERGAVENNY.

About 200 of the old women of this town received three pence each from the Guardians of the Poor, on the 17th instant. At the Town-hall on the Bth inst. (before the Hon. W. J. Rodney, F. H. Williams, Esq. the Rev. W. Powell, and the Rev. J. W. Gabb) ; Thomas Mayberrv, Abraham Ja
January 24, 1844 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
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ftf Country.

January 24, 1844 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England