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I ARRIVAL t)F THE CARLIST GENERAL _..»__/■__

I ARRIVAL t)F THE CARLIST GENERAL _..»__/■__

I ARRIVAL t)F THE CARLIST GENERAL ?? j This distinguished offic.r arrived in town yesterday, I having landed the evening before at Ramsgate, with his | Blde - de "-»P, Captain Lopez, from the fruit schooner the | Favourite, having left Lisbon on the 9ih instant, and expe • j leoc
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF JOIL\ GILLYATT BOOTH, ESQ

DEATH OF JOIL\ GILLYATT BOOTH, ESQ

The remains of this much respected gentleman were yes tarday interred in the vaults of Hornsey Church, having been conveyed thither from Claremont place, North Brixton. I Out ofressect to the memory ofthe deceased the shops wer. all closed as the mourniul procession passed throu
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

linden's B*V« J Gallery of British Art. Part. XV. j j. Hogarth, 5, Haymarket. Tirs is a princely work, devoted to a noble object, a-d worthily conducted. We may not like all the pictures from which the engravings^ have been exe- cuted: bat we nevertheless must admit that the sel
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TOUCHING RAILWAYS.

TOUCHING RAILWAYS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. Sir — There are brief periods in the career of every man in which he finds himself seated in a comfortable arm-chair, I with a delicious feeling of composure and satisfaction j covering his mind over, as Sancho says, " like a cloak"— he cares n
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LITER A TUR E.. ♦

LITER A TUR E.. ♦

LITER A TUR E. ♦ I A Manual for the Study of the Sepulchral Slabs and Crosses of the Middle Ages. By the Rev. Edward 1 L. Cutts, B.A. — London : John Henry Parker 377 Strand, and Broad-street, Oxford. The object of this work, though not stated in so j many words by the reverend a
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
<^J~77\'DED IN TER LST OF GREAT.'. L' * BRITAIN

<^J~77\'DED IN TER LST OF GREAT.'. L' * BRITAIN

<^J~77\'DED IN TER LST OF GREAT ?? L ' * BRITAIN in the public mind, from the cessation T** c re P c which has visited the kingdom, has • * r U t hi d society during the recess of Parliament j "'•'• c ". • attention to the general and individual j ■^ which compose the aggregate w
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY.

NAVAL AND MILITARY.

■ ■ ♦ (From the United Service Gazette.^ The Hydra Steam Sloop.— This steam sloop has been \ ordered home from the Brazil station to be paid off, having large defects which require to be made good. By the time j : she reaches England she will have been in commission three ! year
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IHE CASE OF THE REV. DR. ROOKES.

IHE CASE OF THE REV. DR. ROOKES.

We regret te notice (says the Exeter Gazette) that the Rev. Dr. Rookes, whose name is now notorious from its connection with certain proceedings pending before the Ecclesiastical authorities, has committed himself to so very unusual a course as that of circulating statements res
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—Oct. 24.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—Oct. 24.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.— Oct. 24. OLD COURT. At ten o'clock, the lertned judges, Chief Baron Pollock and Mr. Justice Cresswell, accompanied by the Lord Mayor, ook their seats upon the bench. Mr. Clarkson applied to their lordships to kaow when it would suit their convenience to d
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

I MANSION-HOUSE. — Yesterday, John Garry was , brought before Alderman Salomons, charged with having defrauded the shopman of a pawnbroker upon what is called the " duffing rig." The prosecutor, who is employed in the wide-awake , neighbourhood of Houndsditch, stated that on the
October 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England