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Thursday Evening. India. The Morning Herald, in a second edition, publishes its express in anticipation of the Overland Mail. There was some severe skirmishing at Mooltan betwixt the Ist and 6th November, when on the 7th two columns, each about 1,000 strong, attacked the enemy i
January 5, 1849 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
UNI VERSITY INTELLIGENCE

UNI VERSITY INTELLIGENCE

UNI VERSITY INTELL I GENCE CAMBRIDGE, Jan. -5. THE HULSEAN PRIZE, 1849. 'The late Rev. John Hulse having bcoueathed to the University of Camaridge certain estates for the advance- mem ot religious learning; and naving directed in his will, that out ot the rents and profits, so so
January 6, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LMN)»>\,.SATURDAY jaSCAHY 0 IBi9

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LMN)»>\, SATURDAY jaSCAHY 0 IBi9 TIIE REVENUE. We publish this morning the official return of the j public revenue for the quarter that terminated yesterday. There is an increase on the quarter, as compared with the corresponding quarter of last year, of 686,827/. ; while the inc
January 6, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE CONTINENT.

THE CONTINENT.

(PROM THK PAPERS RECEIVED LAST NIQHT.) SCHLESWIG-HOLSTELN. Dec. 20. The Assembly of the States, which opened on the 2d inst., has already concluded its short session, the chief object of the Convocation being to authorise the Government to continue receiving the taxes. At the cl
January 6, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IMS + INCTS OF REVOLUTION.—No. VI.

IMS + INCTS OF REVOLUTION.—No. VI.

IMS + INCTS OF REVOLUTION.— No. VI. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. Sir— We have now seen a great many of evil in- stincts cf revolution ; we have seen them break the bounds and restraints oi reason, and emerge like mystical lunatics from their place of control within the brea
January 6, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING POST. theatre royal, drury-lane. Cirque ?? o_al.de Paris. THIS EVENING change of performances, Mdlle. Mathilde, Mdlle Amaelie Mdlle.

THE MORNING POST. theatre royal, drury-lane. Cirque ?? o_al.de Paris. THIS EVENING change of performances, Mdlle. Mathilde, Mdlle Amaelie Mdlle.

Ducos, Mdlle. Seigneurie, Mdlle. Lembert, Newsome, fee. La Lutte dcs Voltigeurs; Jo-ko (irst time,; Grand Chivalric Manoeuvre on twelve horse* (first time;. Com- mence at Eight o'clock. MORNING PERFORMANCES during the Christmas holidays, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Comm
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THF, POST-OFFICE ROBBERY ON THb..GREAT WESTERa\ RAILWAY.

THF, POST-OFFICE ROBBERY ON THb..GREAT WESTERa\ RAILWAY.

THF, POST-OFFICE ROBBERY ON THb. GREAT WESTER a\ RAILWAY. «. The fallowing additional particulars in reference to this robbery will be read with interest. It will be seen that one of the parties in custody was formerly a guard on the Great Western Railway, from which service be w
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—Jan. 3..—. -_.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—Jan. 3..—. -_.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. —Jan. 3. — . ?? OLD COURT. (Before Mr. Justice Patteson and Mr. Justice Maule.) Thomas Millisent, 06, sailor, was indicted for feleniously ar.d maliciously discharging a pistol, loaded with gun- powder and shot, at Mary Anne Millisent, with intent to murde
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
COMMUNICATIONS TO THE EDITOR.

COMMUNICATIONS TO THE EDITOR.

OCTOBER— 3. Mr. Bunn and the Legitimates, by "A.Bunn;" Chess, by "H. A. Kennedy." 4. The Legitimate Drama, by " Philodramaticus." 5. Her Majesty's Route on returning from Scotland, by " Lord Duncan ;" the Legitimate Drama, by " An Old Actor." 7. Statue to Lord G. Bentinck, by "A
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
OBITUABY.

OBITUABY.

OCTOBER— 2. Lord Berwick ; Lieutenant-General the Hon. George Murray : Lady Frances BurreU. 9. The Earl of Carlisle. IG. Mr. W. H. Bentley of Manchester, a celebrated naturalist^. 17. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Robert Mowbray. 18. Thomas Gray ;the railway pioneer . 19. Sir John Kean
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England