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DEMONSTRATION OF SUFFOLK AGAINST THE ANTI-CORN-LAW LEAGUE.

DEMONSTRATION OF SUFFOLK AGAINST THE ANTI-CORN-LAW LEAGUE.

DEMONSTRATION OF SUFFOLK AGAINST THE ANTI.CORN-LAW LEAGUE. MEETING AT BECCLES. In furtherance of the movement in East Suffolk against the Anti.corn-lavw League, a meeting took place in the Town Hall, Beccles, on Saturday last. Josni MOSELzY, Esq., was called to the chair. Tile me
February 10, 1844 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL.

ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL.

Intelligence has been received from Bombay of the Ist of January, from Calcutta, DOWii. and Agra, thc 23rd, and from China the lst of December. Scinde continues tran-cu quil, hut the troops still suffer very severely from sick. co ness. About 4000 invalids were in orders to proc
February 10, 1844 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

IPSWtcx, Feb. 6.-We had but a moderate supply of corn at market this day. Wheat of prime quality, of which there was but little on sale, fetched Is. per quarter advance. Prime barley maintained late rates; other articles stationary. Prices as follow :-wheat 52s. to 56s. Barley 3
February 10, 1844 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
THE FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE EASTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY.

THE FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE EASTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY.

VHZ FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE EASTERN H COUNTIES RAILWAY. Z ADttiRU5t CORONErs.'s INQUEoSTs: The inquiry into the circumstances attending the death of James 1anney and Proctor William Scott, the engine- driver and stoker of a luggage-train on this line of railway, who were killed nea
February 10, 1844 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ANTI-LEAGUE MEETINGS.

ANTI-LEAGUE MEETINGS.

On Saturday a meeting of the Lincoln and Lindsey Ag- ricultural Protection Society was held at the City Arms Hotel, Lincoln, C. Chaplin, Esq., of Blaukney, in the chair, when it was resolved to prepare and present peti- tions to both houses of parliament as early as possible pra
February 10, 1844 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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THE SNOW STORM—ITS EFFECTS UPON THE SEVERAL RAILWAYS, &c.

THE SNOW STORM—ITS EFFECTS UPON THE SEVERAL RAILWAYS, &c.

THE SNOW STORM-ATS EFFECTS UPON THE I . SEVERAL RAILWAYS, 5 c. The olloingparticular$ were collected on Monday, rthe following s officials connected with the following railways :'y-pniqiya LoNDON AND DOVER RAILWA T.Ui&bee conqsiderat this terminus, it was stated that there haoenc
February 10, 1844 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
WINDSOR—St vi. a v

WINDSOR—St vi. a v

WINDSOR— St vi. a v Yesterday her Majesty and Prince Albert took their usual morning's walk. The Royal Family were also taken out for their usual airings, the Prince of Wales and the Princess Alice in a carriage, attended by the Dowager Lady Lyttelton, and the Princess Royal on h
February 26, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE PRESBYTERIAN MARRIAGE QUESTION

THE PRESBYTERIAN MARRIAGE QUESTION

In compliance with the call of the Moderator, a special meeting of the General Assembly was held in Belfast on Wednesday, when the following resolutions, which had lieen prepared in iuterlo'/nitur, were, after a brief discussion, una- nimously agreed to : — " That, should the de
February 26, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE.

OXFORD, Fin. 24. The Examiners (Professor Powell, Professor Walker, and Mr. Hill, Student of Christ Church) appointed by the Trustees of the Mathematical Scholarships, give notice, that an examination will be holden in the schools on Tuesday, the 19th of March, for the purpose o
February 26, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
R Y AUTHORITY of his MAJESTY the ?? EMPEROR ot AUSTRIA. Will take place irrevocably, ?? tn "*' ?? A

R Y AUTHORITY of his MAJESTY the ?? EMPEROR ot AUSTRIA. Will take place irrevocably, ?? tn "*' ?? A

RCH, 1844, the DISTRIBUTION of NINE PM^ylFl'L ESTATES, value 1,480,064 francs, and money »HiJ • n IjO.OOO francs down to 125 francs of common bonds; "ill hi' c s P ec ' :l ' distribution of the red bonds ?? ?? gains lij o ,i obtained, and each rsd bond must gain a higher or lowe
February 26, 1844 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England