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LONDON.

LONDON.

CHEAP N .—The first number of a cheap weekly newspaper (the )lercury) made its appearance at Bormingliam on Saturday. Its political creed (says the editor in his address) rests on popular rights." The excitement caused in the town, as we learn from our correspondent, was conside
January 3, 1849 - North British Daily Mail - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BELGIUM.

BELGIUM.

Accounts mention • rumour that the Belgian Government is in negotiation with tie English Ad• inlralty for the conveyance thy the Belgian railirayi , of despatches from Hamburg. The Piedmontese envoy to the Brussels emigres% the affairs of Italy. arrived iu Paris. ITALY. The Pope
January 3, 1849 - North British Daily Mail - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
The LONDON GAZETTE of TUESDAY, Jan. 2.

The LONDON GAZETTE of TUESDAY, Jan. 2.

I'lc LO VNDO.N UAZETTE of TE.SDAI -, Jcoi. 2. FOREIGN 6FFICE,, Dmc 29.) The Queen hase bven pleucied to nappi-ove of Mr. Spiienci' N.Divktxoii ta~ Cot ail in London for thle Repuiblic (if Chiil. WHIT~hALLJAX. I. Tite Queen lia, been pleixed to direct letters patent to be ipaixid
January 3, 1849 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

_ LITERA TURE. from The Hoed-book for N'eiD 7ealena. The title-pare of this book informs the reader that it has been compiled by " a late magistrate of the ting colony." Few who are acquainted with the history ishop of the New Zealand settlements can hesitate in fixing n,,rt upon
January 3, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LORD ASHLEY AND THE PROTESTANT CA USE

LORD ASHLEY AND THE PROTESTANT CA USE

(We with sreat pleasure make the following extract. from the first number of the new Beries of the Protestant Magazine.) Lord Ashley seems to rise with the exigencies of the times. As the struggle deepens between good and evil, his ! watchful eye is ever turned to the point wher
January 3, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 

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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA. LIVERPOOL, Wednesday, Jan. 3, Half-past Twelve, a.m. The British and North American Royal Mail Steam-ship Canada, Captain Judkins, has just arrived, bringing intelligence seven days later than our last, and 20 passengers. She sailed from New York on the 20
January 3, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

BY THIS DAY'S POST LONDON, Jan. 3— Wind this day at noon E, light breeze and fine clear weather, with hard frost. K-DE Isle of Wight", Jan. I.— The Wilhelm Gustaf, for the Mediterranean, has put in here to repair damage, having i experienced very tempestuous weather. CORK, Dec.
January 3, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
KIVGSWINFORD.

KIVGSWINFORD.

Liberality.—Mrs. Bramah, of Ashwood House, distributed a great quantity of bread and beef last week, amongst the needy in this district, a custom which she has continued for several years.
January 3, 1849 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

France.—On Tuesday, the National Assembly, m* Odilon Barrot, the President of the Council Ministers read the long loo'ked-for programme of the new cabinet! This manifest* alludes generally to the policy which the Ministry intends to pursue. In regard to the sdnuhistni hon, state
January 3, 1849 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER CITY SESSIONS.

WORCESTER CITY SESSIONS.

The Epiphany Sessions for the city were held at ihe Guildhall Monday, before John Buclde, Esq., recorder, who was accompanied to the bench the Mayor (R. Padmore, Esq.), the trader-sheriff (W. S. P. Hughes, Esq.), and the Rev. Robert Sarjeant. The following gentlemen were sworn t
January 3, 1849 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England