CHANCE-RINGING. The following is a correct statement of the progress of Triples on Stedman's principle: -In the year 1842, Mr. Thomas Thurston, of Church-street, Birmingham, composed a peal in 420's, with 240 bobs and 2 singles, which was rung at Aston by eight of the St. Martin'
LATEST INTELLICENCE. CIY, SATURDAY EVENING. The determination of Sir Robert Peel, it appears, is to ad- here to his Bank Bill, as printed, unless Parliament forces him into modifications. The division on the Sugar Question having gone against the Ministry, has had no effect upon
PZDESTRIANISAI . | M ATCEIiE TO COME. June 17-E. Smith and Moon, of Sussex, 10 yards, foT 10 SOvS a-side, at Cheddingly. 17-Foot-race at the West Bromwich Cricket-ground, for a Tan- hard, value 20 sovs. 1s-Smith. of Knutstord, and Scanloa, 200 yards, 50 sovs a-side. 24-Willox, th
"I N R A. -- I I FLATEST EDITION.] JUNE 16, 1844. A good deal of business of one kind or another has be go acted in Parliament during the past. week. been tha we write, the most remarkable, if not the Akt the tmet Parliamentarv event of the week has been moilefeatof tihe Governme
THR- - . FIGHTS TO COME. 3n15 1-Young CroeMy Howe, of Leicester, and Ned Pattison, of Bradrord, IO sevs a-side, half-way between Bradford and Leiceste?. 1-Penon and Harrison, 10 sovs ?? school. Aug. 6-Billy Mills (alias Snacks), of Leeds, and the Manchester Hero, 25 9ovas -side.
l her Majesty gave audience to Sir R. Peel; and, Onsaturdnagy acconmpanied by her illustrious guests, visited cthe Italianh opera in private. On Sunday her Majesty heard the Bishop of London preach the chapel at the Palace; and, in the afternoon, took leave OfteEmperor of Russa
I I Vice Admiral Sir Charles Adam, ?? has declared the Port of San Juan de Nicarigua in a state of blockade-A little urchin, ten years old, named George Kersley, was taken before |Mr. Reid, at the Town-hall, Croydon, on Saturday, charged with having unlawfully and maliciously se
Now that his Imperial Majesty is far removedfrom our shores, we may speak of many acts of his liberality without appearing in the odious character of parasites. Many persons have hitherto viewed the Emperor Nicholas as a cold and selfish tyrant: his easy freedom, however, on all
HYDE MARSTON; OR, A SPORTSMAN'S LIFE. 3 vol. 8vo. (Colburn, Great Marlborough.street.)-The author of these volumes (the matter of which originally appeared periodically in the Sporting Review) is too well known, under his signature of " Craven," to the Sporting community, to ren
Now ready, new edition, large 8vo., price 4. 6d., YTLER'S ELEMENTS of HISTORY, Ancient 1jl *all Msodjrn With a Continuation to the present time, and S tes correlctive and illustrative. l' t!, - ,t edition every sentence has been carefully examined ihere neP elucidated and enlarge