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September 30, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE RUSSIANS AND CAUCASIANS.

THE RUSSIANS AND CAUCASIANS.

(Prom the Journal dei Dthato.) Letters bom St. Petersburg, referring to recent sr counts bora the Caucasus, announce that tee woo* army hae returned to its cantonments.sndeonuns the details we have given of the grand expedition Dargo. The retreat has been truly disastrous. BJ le
September 30, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Political Extracts.

Political Extracts.

THE GERMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. (From the Britannia.) The formation of a new church among the German Roman altogether denying dependence on Rome ; in some instances forming a system of doctrines adverse to the especial dogmas of Rome ; and in all instances exercising the right of Ch
September 30, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NIGHT SIGNALS AT SEA.

NIGHT SIGNALS AT SEA.

Fri day evening last, numerous meeting of influential shipowners, masters, and others interested in shipping here, took place the Trinity House, to meet Mr R. Rettie, civil engineer, Glasgow, who is now visiting the various ports in orJer to explain his plan of establishing a un
September 30, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

London, Saturday Evening. li.ljtess of Eari. Spencer. are able to assure his Lordship's friends that his Lordship is doing well. Mr Keate, who was sent for to attend his Lordship, has returned to London, having left his patient out of danger.—Globe. The Earl of Aberdeen has been
September 30, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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TEACHER WANTED FOR St Andrew's Parish School, who will be required to teach the usual Branches of Education, —including English

TEACHER WANTED FOR St Andrew's Parish School, who will be required to teach the usual Branches of Education, —including English

Reading and Composition, History, Geography, Writing, and Arithmetic. Apply to Mr Morris, 13 High Street. yj TEA AND COFFEE TRADE. THE Subscriber has much confidence in recommending his Strong and well-flavoured Genuine Congou,.. 3s 4d per lb. Wiry Lea fStrong Pekoe Flavour, 4s
September 30, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
! TURKEY.

! TURKEY.

(From our Correspondent.) CONSTANTINOPLE, September 7. The Sultan, as I have already informed you, has given his permission for the erection of a Protestant church at Jerusalem ; but the firman containing his formal sanction to that -effect has not yet been issued. This delay ha
September 30, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SONNET. (By the Reo. PuVimj, A.M.. Hector Dynchurch, Ketit.J Dl YON. Oft, dear Dovouin, when dwell with ihce, 'I":;-- sleep

SONNET. (By the Reo. PuVimj, A.M.. Hector Dynchurch, Ketit.J Dl YON. Oft, dear Dovouin, when dwell with ihce, 'I":;-- sleep

quitted, ere n. T ■ see hill and mead the \eil withdrawn, Which nightly hides thy sylvan scenery Nature beheld my face before the bee Her fragrant toil resumed ; ere clown or fawn Appear'd in field or wood ; vale or lawn, And « the lark reuew'd his melody.— with ihee again, more
September 30, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Magazin de Deuil, No. 15, OLD STEINE, BRIGHTON ■I fPHIS Establishment now replete with every I of inaierial for FAMILY

Magazin de Deuil, No. 15, OLD STEINE, BRIGHTON ■I fPHIS Establishment now replete with every I of inaierial for FAMILY

or COMPLIMENTARY MOURNING, comprising the very best Fabrics; and being conducted upon the principle of Ready Proprietors are enabled to supply Families upon most advantageous terms. The extensive and increasing patronage daily experienced, has stimulated the Proprietors in makin
September 30, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Literary Men Turned Actors —Some the most eminent literary characters the day including C. Dickens. Douglas Mark Lemon, MrForster, G.

Literary Men Turned Actors —Some the most eminent literary characters the day including C. Dickens. Douglas Mark Lemon, MrForster, G.

A'Beckett, Leach, &c, &c., have set in the theatrical line, having taken Miss Kelly's theatre, Dean street, where they are all occasionally to perform jrropria jwrsona. Their first amateur performance look place Saturday. Goats v. Doers.—Permission has been given by the Commissi
September 30, 1845 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland