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DEPARTURE OF FOREIGN MAILS.

DEPARTURE OF FOREIGN MAILS.

The next mails for Malta, Greece, lonian Islands, '£j t j,. Ceylon, India, ami China will be dispatched from * Q [ ampton on the 20th inst.; letters in time on niorni s that day. nil**' Mediterranean, Egyft, Ceylon, India and via Marseilles. — Mails dispatched on the ?? the 24th
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRADE REPORT. „ •„,,

TRADE REPORT. „ •„,,

Saturday f^ e "^°,b« The Sugar market not having been relieved » e s, effect of the prevailing doubt on the subject of i ?? llS»c- -has been dull this week, and in other articles the t tionshave been moderate only.
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MANUFACTURING AND WOOL MARKETS-

MANUFACTURING AND WOOL MARKETS-

Manchester Tkadk, March 7 —Our market en day last was very animated, and yarns were contrae at an advance in price, for several months to come. st jc» goods market 40-inch shirtings, !*-8 printers, and don t))e were in great request, and prices were in favour j ?? seller. 27-inc
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ORDINATION

ORDINATION

Chksti:k. — On Sund.iv last, the Lord Bishop of Chester held an Ordination in the Cathedral. The ?? were admitted into Holy Orders : — ?? Of Oxford. — Ror. Robert Oouper Black, 8.A., Worcester; Rev Frederic Adolphus La Trobe Foster' 8.A., Oriel; Hey. William Henry Jones, 8.A., a
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LONDON 'ORN fiXCKAWQB

LONDON 'ORN fiXCKAWQB

At this day's market there was a moderate supply of English wheat, a Rood demand was experienced for tine qualities at fully the currency of this day week. Other de-ecriptious, how ever, only a slow sale without change in value. There was rather more doing in free foreign at lat
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
StM.l*- NliWty.

StM.l*- NliWty.

BY THIS DAY'S POST. LONDON, March 10— Wind tliis day at noon, northerly moderate breeze and cloudy. DEAL, March 9.— Sailed, the Chilena, for Batavia ; and the Governor, for Trinidad. Throe pieces of a ship or bark's top- side, with part of starboard quarter and some riegin* atta
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET

THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET

THIS EVENING will be performed an original Comedy, called THE SHERIFF OF THE COUOT V. Mr. Hollylodge, Mr. VV. Farren ; Sinirker, Mr. Strickland; Pansy, M r." Buckstone ; Nonpareil, Mr. Webster; Mrs. Holly- lodge, Mrs. Glover; Miss Crawley, Mrs. Huiuby; Ellen For- rester, Miss J.
February 25, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LATER FROM AMERICA.

LATER FROM AMERICA.

LIVERPOOL, Monday Morning. By the arrival of the packet ship Cambridge we have New York papers one day later than by the Cambri* steamer. There had been further discussion in the American Honse of Representatives, on the subject of the Oregon territory question, but there is not
February 25, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE STANDARD. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25.

THE STANDARD. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25.

February 25, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—WRIT OF ERROR AND.APPEAL—Monday.

HOUSE OF LORDS—WRIT OF ERROR AND.APPEAL—Monday.

HOUSE OF LORDS— WRIT OF ERROR AND APPEAL— Monday. riIILUPS AND OTHERS V. HATFIELD AND ANOTHER. This was an action of trover, forthe conversion by Hatfield of certain dock warrants and hogsheads of tobacco lielonging to the plaintiffs. The fact* of the case were these :— The plain
February 25, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England