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SrLECTIONS FROM THE SERMONS AND POEMS Of tilc late Rev. T. E. HANKINSON, M.A., V Of Corpus Christi College. Cambridge, and Minister of ~S. jjattjlhv's Chapel, Denmark Hill, Camberwell. It. Pq proposed to publish Two uniform Volumes of A SmlltMONS and POEMS, in octavo, edited by t
January 24, 1844 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL REGISTERS.

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTERS.

Pulltam, January 16, 1844. Dear Sir, — Some questions regarding the temperature which I sent to you in September, 1842, elicited informa- tion interesting to those who keep Meteorological Registers. I now send you a summary of my Register for the past year, hoping it may induce
January 24, 1844 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
CHRIST CHURCH, WESTMINSTER

CHRIST CHURCH, WESTMINSTER

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST Sir— A newspaper called the Record, of the 15th of January, contains a letter signed " Clericus," which pro- fesses to give a description "of the mode in which public worship is conducted" in Christ Church, Westminster, and which mode appears to
January 24, 1844 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STOURBRIDGE.

STOURBRIDGE.

Jantabt was stcjdy demand today for wheat advance of 1* per quarter, holders fine dry were not disposed sell those price* There was good supply of malting barky, but maltster* w en cautious buyers, and not much changed hands redaction per quarter was submitted to, enquiry for oa
January 24, 1844 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

FJAO heard at the COURT HOUSE Worcester, JL I3ih day of FEBRUARY, 1844, Ten o'clock in the Morning. BARTON KEWELL, late 51, Sidbury, Worcester, Accountant, Clerk at Chamberlain’s Royal Porcelain Works, (in lodgings); previously Edgar street, Worcester, afore. s.sid. Accountant,
January 24, 1844 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 

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The Weather.—The weather is still unprecedentedly mild. Vegetation proceeds vigorously—more so, indeed, than generally in April; and all kinds of

The Weather.—The weather is still unprecedentedly mild. Vegetation proceeds vigorously—more so, indeed, than generally in April; and all kinds of

agricultural labour are far advanced. The wheats are well up, and appear healthy : all descriptions of provender will plentiful. The prices of grain and wool are improving. A Caithness correspondent states that several purchasers of grain from the south have been amongst them, a
January 24, 1844 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE INVERNESS COURIER. Sir, —With respect to the disputed point to the trees at the Eastern

TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE INVERNESS COURIER. Sir, —With respect to the disputed point to the trees at the Eastern

end of the town, and towards Seabank, I may say that the Trustees of the Farr Fund appear to have acted judiciously in the line extending towards the Lor.gtnan, by Mr Welsh's house. lam not sure that they will be justified in felling any number of the fine old hardwood trees on
January 24, 1844 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
LETTER BY LETTER BY DR P.M. FARLAN.

LETTER BY LETTER BY DR P.M. FARLAN.

The Leeds Timet prints following letter, received by the Rev. Henry Dowson of Bradford, with reference to a series of resolutions, adopted by the West Riding Association Baptists, Shipley u Committee Rooms. 7. North St Andrew Street, Edinburgh, 16tli December 1843. " Dear Sirs,
January 24, 1844 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
miscellaneous. »n a ri ,ily h 1 u el ! been dl the library of P' Cambridge. A play, the

miscellaneous. »n a ri ,ily h 1 u el ! been dl the library of P' Cambridge. A play, the

subject of Richard 111., written in Latin, and antecedent to It has been Iberally lent to the Shakipeare Society, with permission 10 transcribe it. Just the Same.—One of the Ojibbewayan Indian., see, called The Flying Gull." This, translated into common sense, means 14 The Aeria
January 24, 1844 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
LONDON NEWS.

LONDON NEWS.

For big* Protistonsi— spiral influential partis connected with trade, met at NichoTm.n'nWharf,Tham,. cored Provision,, ilDporfe(l t,nff, anion if whom were the following ft,"\ « P ° ' ; Mr - Patn,o„. Mr of ' M.P. ; Dr. Bowrwg Jf. P • Ur r . C. V.llier*, M.P • Y"»nnJ" P. » ir * 4
January 24, 1844 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England