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THE CONTINENT. I — - — ♦ — ~ — (PiOlf THB PAPBK.S B.BCEIVBD LAST NICKT.) AUSTRIAN DOMINIONS. VIENNA, Jan. 8. The house of Rothschild is said to have made pro- posals to Government for undertaking a portion of the new loan of eighty millions. The result of the discussion of the re
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
■.— ! — The Customs Receipts at Greenock.— The j account of the Customs receipts at this port for the

■.— ! — The Customs Receipts at Greenock.— The j account of the Customs receipts at this port for the

year I ending o.h Jan., 1848, is very satisfactory The amount I was 436,984/.; which, compared with 1847— viz ,407,083..— j shows an increase of 29,910/. in favour of 1848. — Greenock | Advertiser. Mary Sweetlove, the lunatic who was convicted about two years since of the wilful
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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—■ «► j . I I ! ' ' i i 1 < i ■ i i HER MAJESTY, _c. nraOH THB COURT CIRCULAR.") Windsor, Tuesday, Jan. 16. | The Queen and Prince Albert took their usual morning walk in the grounds around the Castle. The Royal Family took walking and pony exercise. The Duchess of Sutherland and
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE TOOTING DISORDER.

THE TOOTING DISORDER.

ADJOURNED CORONER'S INQUEST. The inquiry commenced by Mr. Wakley, M.P., on Fridsy last, relative to the deaths of the four infant children belonging to the Holborn Union, who were removed from Mr. Drouet's Juvenile Pauper Establishment, in conse- quence of the prevalence of the
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELA ND.

IRELA ND.

'FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.*) DUBLIN, Jan. IC. Our " reformed " corporation clings with a desperate fidelity to its scheme ef further improving the city of Dub- lin by swecnin g into its own net all public offices within the city of power or emolument. They held a meeting yes- ter
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SIR W. NAPIER AND THE FINANCIAL.REFORM ASSOCIA TION..—■—-—«__-..—,—

SIR W. NAPIER AND THE FINANCIAL.REFORM ASSOCIA TION..—■—-—«__-..—,—

SIR W. NAPIER AND THE FINANCIAL REFORM ASSOCIA TION. ?? Sir William Napier proves that he can fight as well with the pen as with the sword, and that he is willing, as long as an enemy is to be found, to battle manfully for victory. The gentlemen of " The Financial ; Reform Associ
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW SITTINGS.—THIS D

LAW SITTINGS.—THIS D

LAW SITTINGS.— THIS D I Court op Chancery, Lincoln's l vv — R„ f [Lord Chancellor.-Petition by order Warde , £ ' h ' | Appeals. Brooke v. the Earl of Warwick „,« _. Vir ?? Battershall T . the Bishop ot Winchester, ditto H v. Easum. ' Ul - l °. Hend c «oi I Vice Chancellors' Court
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LA W INTELLIGENCE.

LA W INTELLIGENCE.

♦——— COURT OF CHANCEBY.-Tuesday, Un. : THE ATTORNEY GENERAL V. WILSON*.- La*. V ii • CHARITY. The arguments in this appeal from a decree of the V ;_ Chancellor of England, excluding the Scotch Presl and Secessionists from the benefit of Lidy Hevtley's chant, were resumed this mo
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, Tuesday, Jan. 16.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, Tuesday, Jan. 16.

The criminal business ofthe January Adjourned Quarter Sessions for the county of Middlesex commenced this day, at the Court House, on Clerkenwell-green, before Mr. Ser- geant Adams. Assistant Judge, and a bench of magistrates. The calendar contained the names of fifty-five priso
January 17, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
RELIANCE MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY. THE INQUEST AT HACKNEY. LITERA TV RE.

RELIANCE MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY. THE INQUEST AT HACKNEY. LITERA TV RE.

The half-ye rly meeting of this society was held at the offices, 71, King William-street, City, yesterday— Mr. H. T. Prinsep in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed, The Secretary (Mr. Osborne Smith) proceeded to read the report, which stated
January 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England