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LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

Friday, August 21 BANKRi -James Byford Spencer, South Bemfleet E«s.-x. baker, August 3! at 12 Oct. 5, at half-past h S. field, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire upholstered - W. Holmes. Plymouth,baker.- Saner H«'ll tailor.-J. Jackson. South Shields br T E B ,-ell R Bussell. and C.
August 31, 1849 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
France.

France.

The unsatisfactory aspect of affairs between France and Rome naturally engages the attention of the Parisian press. The Journal dcs Debats admits the crisis to be imminent. The pertinacious and unconciliatory conduct of the Cardinal triumvirate throughout the whole of their gove
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Spain.

Spain.

The Madrid Gazelle of the publishes Royal decree of the 31st tilt., appointing M. Bravo Murillo to the Ministry of Finances, and M. Seijas Lozano, Deputy, to that of Public Instruction. Thus, then, the ministry is definitively reconstituted, after a crisis which has lasted for s
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Switzerland.

Switzerland.

A letter from Berne, addressed to the Patrie, indulges in the hope that the Swiss affair will be arranged more easily than was believed. The moderate party has gained the upper hand. General Dufour is going to Germany for the purpose of obtaining an amicable arrangement. It is,
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Germany.

Germany.

The Oldenburg Chamber has rejected, a majority of one vote (21 to 20), the government proposition for adhering to the Triple Alliance. This rejection has caused considerable seusation, as a contrary issue was expected after the adhesion of Hamburg aud Bremen. The Chamber of Anha
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 

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Algeria.

Algeria.

The Moniteur Algerien states that the Moorish which had scattered themselves over the French '''..j,^ l at the beginning of last month, have withdrawn resistance as soon as a column from Tlemcen, o°" command of General M'Mahon, made its appesf'jrjic the open country. The column
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
AFFAIRS OF VENEZUELA.

AFFAIRS OF VENEZUELA.

Paez, with about 500 followers, has abandoned J and was at Cumarebo, hotly pursued by the mil'" J peasantry. The governors of several provinces 1 that they are overwhelmed by volunteers from ters, who, with difficulty, can be persuaded to 1 their homes, their services not being
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
More ev idences of the working of free-trade trade of rent lhe return made the Board of 5. e g°^

More ev idences of the working of free-trade trade of rent lhe return made the Board of 5. e g°^

imports for the month ended August P°rts of * t during the present year the im* half m'lr wheat have amounted to two and Iqous co ■ lOns quarters, accompanied by enorgrairj p B"ments of American flour and of other lUartej- tne month there have been 270,510 Ution w heat received,
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
It is amusing to notice how zealously the whig??? V O an extension of the suffrage °»gh in which their

It is amusing to notice how zealously the whig??? V O an extension of the suffrage °»gh in which their

candidate happens The re j ection of - GisßonNK, for * has once more called for all their Bllmerj ts to show that because Mr. N . ed 10 his opponent that therefore Seni,- is rupt and do not fairly repre- k ment of the population As to cor-2* C t ! . ens that the only candidate w
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Pocklington.—A meeting of guardians of the Pocklington Union was held on Saturday last, when Mr. David Lee was appointed registrar

Pocklington.—A meeting of guardians of the Pocklington Union was held on Saturday last, when Mr. David Lee was appointed registrar

of births, deaths, Sec, in the room of the late E. Danson, Esq., deceased. There were four candidates. At the same meeting, C. Danson, Esq., was appointed surgeon to the union.
September 15, 1849 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England