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UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE,

UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE,

OXFORD, March 8. Johnson Tbboumical and Mathematical Scholar- ?? Examiners for these Scholarships give notice, that the Examination will commence on Monday, the 7th of April, for the purpose of electing one Scholar on the Theo- logical, and one on the Mathematical Foundation. Th
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER STOCK EXCHANGE. Mauch R

MANCHESTER STOCK EXCHANGE. Mauch R

The sales have been as under : — London and Brighton ?? x.n.&x.il. North British i Newi . aj Preston anil Wyre :«>4 Sheffield and Manchester (Quarters) . H Soutti Eastern (No. Sl 7| BartDiley Junction (Halves) .13-18 Cambridge anil Lincoln 31 9-16 j Birkenhead, Manchester, and C
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTeMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTeMENTS.

The East Suffolk stag hounds will meet to-morrow, at Darsham ; Frielay, at Charstield— at half past 11. The Surrey stig-houv.ds, to-morrow, at Alderstead Heath ; Thursday, at Lord Nelson Inn, Cheam; Saturday, at Lock's Bottom. The South Berkshire hounds, on Wednesday, at Blackne
March 10, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
DEPLORABLE DESTITUTION

DEPLORABLE DESTITUTION

DiA.n or i Mo-milt and Child. — Yesterday, Mr. W" Carter held an inquest, adjourned from the pi-aviou*. ?? nesday. at the Rosa and Crown, Commercial-road, Lamb, th, on the bodies of Rebecca Richardson, aged 33, ai I her illegitimate ohiM; Joseph, aged 14 months, ?? d. _th__ occu
March 4, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET & CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET & CITY INTELLIGENCE.

Tuesday, Two o'Clock, The discussion on the mode of levying the diffe- lrential duties on sugar in the House of Commons last night, has been read with much interest by all parties more immediately interested in the trade. The establishing of such a test as will effectually pre-
March 4, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 

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MORNING NEWSPAPERS.

MORNING NEWSPAPERS.

(From the Morning Herald.) If we have lately taken no part in the discussion of the game laws' question, it is not because we think lightly of the evils resulting frem the present state of the law, but, in truth, because we do not see the way to any efficient remedy, and because
March 4, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

The special general meeting ihe members of the British Archaeological Association took place, announced, on Wednesday evening, in the Western Literary Institution, Leicestersquare. The attendance was highly satisfactory to those who desire the contiiiHed existence and useful ope
March 11, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c.

TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c.

TO ADVERTISERS.—Orders for tl,e discontinuance Advertisements, or for them to appear the first page must reach the Office of this paper Saturday Morning! Owing to the alterations in the mode of conveyance ol papers, parcels, etc., occasioned by ihe opening of tbe Railroad, we ea
March 11, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DELIVERY OF THE KENTISH GAZETTE.

DELIVERY OF THE KENTISH GAZETTE.

THE KENTISH GAZETTE. CANTERBURY. MARCH In consequence of the extensive changes in the mode and time of delivery letters, newspapers, &c, occasioned the introduction of railway conveyance, we are unable, until have effected satisfactory arrangements, to s?cure the early and regul
March 11, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MARGATE.

MARGATE.

Friday, March 7.—The result of the meeting convened by the deputy about a fortnight since, agreeably to the requisition of several of the leading inhabitants, to take into consideration the distressed state of the poor at this inclement period of the winter, has been very gratif
March 11, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England