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THE MAGAZINES. \

THE MAGAZINES. \

The Edinburgh Review.— The new number of the Edinburgh is not distinguished by any striking article. A eulogistic memoir of the late Lord Mel- bourne is, perhaps, the paper that will awaken the greatest interest. The best thing that the Whig reviewer can say of the defunct Whig
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Sudden Death.—An inquest was held yesterday- at St. George's Hospital, on the body of Mr. George Ste- venson, aged 37,

Sudden Death.—An inquest was held yesterday- at St. George's Hospital, on the body of Mr. George Ste- venson, aged 37,

an artist of some celebrity. By the evi- dence of J"hn Luther, driver of the Windsor stage coach from the Bult-in-Tuo, Fleet-street, it appeared that the deceased hailed him and mounted his coach in Piccadilly, an Saturday morning last. Deceased having placed himself on the seat
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Sntoe* tn tje jMorttfttg Pnut

Sntoe* tn tje jMorttfttg Pnut

Sntoe* tn tje ?? Pnut ™ FIGUKES SPECIFY ™ E C ° LUMX8 IN WHICH THE DETAILED ANALYSIS OF THE RESPECTIVE HEADINGS WILL BE FOUND. 1 POLICE COURTS *£ PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS 1 PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS _ QUARTER SESSIONS ' „ RAILWAY INCIDENTS RAILWAY ACCIDENTS 12 SPORTING WILLS ?? INQUE
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CITY AETICLE AND MERCANTILE INCIDENTS.

CITY AETICLE AND MERCANTILE INCIDENTS.

OCTOBER— G. Inciease of the Zollvercin duties: Memorial from the Manchester Chamber of Commerce to Lord Palmerston. 16. Much depression exists in the stock market: Consols 85| for money; something like a panic in the share market: London .end North-Western 102; Great WesternT^.
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE "GOLD DIGGINGS" OF CALI-.FORNIA.

THE "GOLD DIGGINGS" OF CALI-.FORNIA.

THE "GOLD DIGGINGS" OF CALI- FORNIA. If we may believe tbe circumstantial accounts that come from the other ?? oF the Atlantic, tbe greatest of all tbe revolutions of 1848 will be in the value of gold. We mean, of course, exchangeable value. Our legislature, under the wise discre
January 4, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
With regard to an anno*, cement made by n« some weeks ago, relative to a proposed change in our day

With regard to an anno*, cement made by n« some weeks ago, relative to a proposed change in our day

of publication, we have new to state that the project then entertained has been abandoned, in obedience to the wishes of rnanv of our subscriber.. The Guardian, therefore, mil continue to be issued on a Thursday even- ing a* hitherto, and will be rendered in every respect eftici
January 4, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CATTLE TRADE DUR-.ING THE PAST MONTH.

REVIEW OF THE CATTLE TRADE DUR-.ING THE PAST MONTH.

REVIEW OF THE CATTLE TRADE DUR- ING THE PAST MONTH. The prominence invariably given to the cattle trade during the month of December, by the holding of our numerous and well-regulated fat stock shows, would appear a matter deserving of a lengthened commentary from us at this part
January 4, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE PARKS,

THE WEATHER AND THE PARKS,

In St. James's Park, yesterday, hundreds of men and boys ventured upon that portion of the froaen water immediately facing the Palace, and continued sliding up to the hour of the closing of the gates. At three o'clock there were up- wards of a hundred men, and even females, in a
January 4, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IKELAND.

IKELAND.

DUBLIN, Wednesday Morning. TRIAL OF C. G. DUFFY. COMMISSION COURT— TUESUAY. This day Mr. Justice Perrin and Baron Richards having taken their seats on the bench, and Mr. C. G. Duffy placed at the bar, Mr. Justice Perriu said they had given the case a good deal of consideration,
January 4, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MANSipN HOUSE.— John Ferns was brought up, charged with having had in his possession a chest of tea, which had been stolen. Inspector Lewis, of the Thames police, saw the prisoner at four o'clock on Thursday with a chest of tea upon his shoulder, in Fenchurch-street, and talking
January 4, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England