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EX TRA OR DIN AR V CA SE OF / 7? m -.r*#OlCTlon]

EX TRA OR DIN AR V CA SE OF / 7? m -.r*#OlCTlon]

EX TRA OR DIN AR V CA SE OF / 7? m - r *#OlCTlo n ] j At the Fermoy sessions, on Saturday, Thomas M n was indicted for having, on the sth of N-iy V Qr - Mitchelstown, taken and carried away Ann M* ' ' "'• •' : from the possession of her fathrr, John Slurl J S a ri '■ unmarried an
January 11, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
! RAILWAY SHARE LIST, Yesterday.

! RAILWAY SHARE LIST, Yesterday.

Share. Railways. | Faid.i Closing Prices.' Busi_t3i. £50 Aberdeen £50 116 18 I 20 Amber., Nottingham, &C.l 4^4^ I dU % di. 14 \ Ayrshire and Gallo way .. I 7 V I 50 Belfast and Co. Dowu" .. ! 20:. 20 j Bir_9. and Oxford June] ! calls paid or guaranteed 20 '25 26 i Do. without gu
January 13, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STOCK LISTS, YesUrday.

STOCK LISTS, YesUrday.

ENGLISH FUNDS. Bank Stock. 189!. 91. Three per Cent. Redu.ed Annuitieu, 89% J{ %. Three per Cent. Consols, Annuities. 89!^ % \ . New Z% per Cent. Annuities. 89 % %90 ?? Lon? Annuities, expire Jan. 5, 1860, 8 11-16 %. India Bonds, 1,000/., _T5 pm. Ditto under 1,000*., 45 2 pm. So
January 13, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE HORNING POST. ?? THEATRE ROYAL, DRERY-LANE. Cirque National de Paris. THIS EVENING La Lutte de* Voliigeurs; the Highland '

THE HORNING POST. ?? THEATRE ROYAL, DRERY-LANE. Cirque National de Paris. THIS EVENING La Lutte de* Voliigeurs; the Highland '

Fling, by Mrs. Clarke (first time); a Pas de Deux, by .Mdlle. j I'almyre Anato and Mr. Newsome: the Dance of the Four Globes, fy AIM. Candler, Mdlle. Caroline, Mdlle. Ducos, Mdlle. Amaglie, . &c. eminence at Eieht o'clock. MORNING PERFORMANCES cvrry Wednesday andFridiy. Cominene
January 11, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SCHISMA TIC MIS-STA TE MENTS.

SCHISMA TIC MIS-STA TE MENTS.

TO THB EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. Sir— l should feel obliged by your inserting the enclosed correspondence in your next publication. The public may then judge for themselves what degree of credence should \ be given to statements made at " Anti-State-Church" i meetings in gener
January 11, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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--yff^M to INDIA and CHINA, via Egypt.— Solar Monthly Mail (steam conveyance) for Passengers and P "odsto Ceylon, Madras, Calcutta,

--yff^M to INDIA and CHINA, via Egypt.— Solar Monthly Mail (steam conveyance) for Passengers and P "odsto Ceylon, Madras, Calcutta,

Penang, Singapore, and '"'" on ?? Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation H* 1 " ?? passengers and receive goods and parcels for the ;■■' .; by their steamers, starting from Southampton on the , „,v month, and from Suez on or about the 10th of the sjpth d'" - BOD^ipiv— Passenge
January 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
L"RD DENIfAN ON THE SLA Vh TRADE.

L"RD DENIfAN ON THE SLA Vh TRADE.

* The following is the second letter addressed by Lord Denman to Lord Brougham, on the final ex* e tinction of the slave trade : — e An accident has directed my attention to the narrative e lately published of the expedition of the Niger in 1841, by ." W.Allen, RN., Commander, s
January 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MINISTERIAL CHA NG E?.

MINISTERIAL CHA NG E?.

--♦ (From the Times, Ministerial Journal. The ministerial arrangements consequent up death of Lord Auckland are now completed, a Francs Thornhill Baring has accepted the office of Fr, Lord of the Admiralty. By this appointment the and the country recover the services of an exper
January 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I -"—luS 0i? AUSTRALASIA.

I -"—luS 0i? AUSTRALASIA.

I -" — luS 0i? AUSTRALASIA. if ye arly meeting of this company was held yester- Tbe ba " } o ffi C c of the corporation, in Austin-friars— Mr. &' Et Farrar in tbe chair. 0' lter r-H airman having opened the proceedings, Tbe MiILIKBN, the secretary, read the advertisement r „ the
January 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
A New Character. —Miss Smith, plaintiff in the notorious Case of breach of promise against the EarlFerrars, is about to

A New Character. —Miss Smith, plaintiff in the notorious Case of breach of promise against the EarlFerrars, is about to

appear before the public as the authoress of a poem in the Spenserian stanza, entitled " Moscr. Lamberti." Excellent Sport.— On Wednesday last and two following days Lord Rendlesham, with the Earl of Shannon, the Earl of Stradbroke, Lord Huntingfield, and Mr. Thomas Brand, M.P.,
January 16, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England