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LIVERPOOL, DECEMBER 30.

LIVERPOOL, DECEMBER 30.

LIVERPOOL, D)E CE MBER 30. LIVERROOL FOREIGN ANDI COLONIAL PRODUCS MARKETS 1% - FOA ?? OFES 50150 FRIDAY. DFa;ExcoaR 29. 4 Saxar: Th ifnqui-y d-uring the week ha' been good, hut owing to the srt- ¢Il quantity on how, and the indispo'izian of merchants to sell alt pron,,'-s rate's
January 1, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
The year l848, with all its wonderful Continental changes, will have gone for ever before what we have

The year l848, with all its wonderful Continental changes, will have gone for ever before what we have

? MR JANUARY JL MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1. The year l84S, with all its wonde~rfal Continental ehanges, will have gone for ever before what we have -MW~tfstB ;- < .ta +ko Fe . P. - k-o. +;QQ * tb a . Gus Io writ6en will have left the press. France began the year 1348 with ?? Phili
January 1, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW, JANUARY 1.

GLASGOW, JANUARY 1.

G LAS GOW. JANN UARY I. Igra' all The Late Mr. Watson of the Savings' Bank._Our obi- ma3 tuary of Friday contained an announcement of the death i of Mr. Robert Watson, Actuary to the National Security Savings' Bank, who has fallen a victim to the prevailing mailay. Having long ob
January 1, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SH1IPPIXVG INTELLiGENCE. LosXno, DEC. 30.-Wlld this day at noon N.E., light breeze ?? tine. Seven p.m., Wind ?? minoderate breeze and dull bazy weather. DEAL, DEc. 29.-Wind N.N.E.-Arrived the Dcvcretix from Que- bee. Arrived from tile Direr and sailed tile Bcile Voin for Ceylon,
January 1, 1849 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
I.THE COBDEN BUItGET.

I.THE COBDEN BUItGET.

I THE COBDEN BUItGET. The Army and Navy 's of no use whatever, For Cobden has said it, whom Peel deems so clever ; The word has gone forth, so, regret it who may, The Navy and Army must be clean swept away. No matter what glory, what victories theirs, For such trash, in these day
January 1, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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TO THE EDITOR OP THE EVENING HAIL. !

TO THE EDITOR OP THE EVENING HAIL. !

Sir,—Mr. budget, u the Sven in ; Mail of the 22d inii,, obriouly ft which win j dooe the public to that there some outrageoce ez- r traeaganoe ia the preeaat public expenditure, if come as* ■’ act ipeedily let before them. f Hr. Cohdea'e atatement haa been commentaA , upon the p
January 1, 1849 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
EVENING MAIL, FROM FRIDAY, DECEMBER >O. 1848. TO MONDAY. JANUARY 1, 1849.

EVENING MAIL, FROM FRIDAY, DECEMBER >O. 1848. TO MONDAY. JANUARY 1, 1849.

■Utat —aal oop«H»it» lh» offinc*; bat comp—ing mortal act moot bo itomonotrotrul by com* mm no or other, and ike statute ■pootted them meaao by Ho existence «aa to be deter* SteodTTbo and foorth eeetioM dletißcatobed between oemp—lot anithn proof of oompaoeisg, and Ike fifth ■ho
January 1, 1849 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
EVENING MAIL. FROM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 184». TO MONDAY, JANUARY I, 1849.

EVENING MAIL. FROM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 184». TO MONDAY, JANUARY I, 1849.

Mlj M tluu cl cny, end ranch capcHor to some pro- THK HUDSOirs Jl.l TKKBITORttS ASD diced from the mince oar enutbera ctctcc , YANCOUVRKS ISLAND.' A writer m the New York Journal of Commorcr . .. . f* le genenl dean which wee expreeeed abort **l hcTcccci the (eld ent to the Scer
January 1, 1849 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
SEIF NMWB%

SEIF NMWB%

ORATBSSKD. Bw. M. gSi, tr<m CM.»rfl»-lhe HenJd, ~*4 the Heorr WartnutMu from Ri<» Oruade-ttb® Mmj An, from Stockholm—the OHria, from Copei.bacea —4ko njciirtc, from Hcmbornh—U Mono France*, from Bonca—the Hdcmt. the U*, the Daniel Simom, rtr.» Huficwm, «nd fro® Denmark- the from
January 1, 1849 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
TOKKBT.

TOKKBT.

Advices from Constantinople to the Bth ult. are communicated by the Augimrg Gazette the 25th. The; announce the departure of Madam Bey for Alexandria with the finnan investiture for the new Pasha of Egypt. From Syria accounts bad been received to the 18th of November. The choler
January 1, 1849 - Evening Mail - London, London, England