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January 4, 1849 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
CHURCH AND UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

CHURCH AND UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

Ordination.—At the general Ordination by the Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, held in the Cathedral Church of Bristol, Sunday, the December, IS4B, the following gentlemen were ordained, viz.:— Deacon*. -Richard Waller Dartnell, b.a. Trim College, Dublin; William Chattel Bo
January 4, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
CHELTENHAM POST OFFICE.

CHELTENHAM POST OFFICE.

DEPARTURE MAILS. MAILS Bum Clines. London, Ac. (Day Mail) .... 7 a.u j £ Worcester and Birmingham * (Day Mail) Gloucester, Bristol, He West •*.. 30 nooo of England (Day Mail)/ Birmingham North of En- gland, North Wales. Scut-> r ai. land, Ireland, Ac. (Night) « London, &c. (Nigh
January 4, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

NAPLES.-The Sicilian question is still the subject it of a continued exchange of notes between the plenipo- L tentiaries of the powers and the Neapolitangovernment. LMr. Temple has presented a note to the effect that so all tha steps taken by the British admiral, in concert with
January 4, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Olt ALGOA BAY ])jrect (to sail from Grax,- 'Ij nd*1-o. 13., last shippingi day the II1tI, . the rounarkatily fisitosall I F hi, 1 t3l A 1, 258S ions, J1. GI BISIIN, conimmader. Th'i j~ o Neent noceotnrodnlletio for liasscngeri, to whose NUIrltr, Otnl iitl5olter"'ll Osry a1ttentit
January 4, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Y^-j-'AM to INDIA and CHINA, via Egypt.— •a „ ' r Monthly Mail steam conveyance) for Passengers and , ??

Y^-j-'AM to INDIA and CHINA, via Egypt.— •a „ ' r Monthly Mail steam conveyance) for Passengers and , ??

. Nto Ceylon, Madras, Calcutta. Penane, Singapore, and I' T j ?? The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation ' 7mv : - ?? passengers and receive goods and parcels for the '"' ?? ■■ tlieir steamers, starting from Southampton on the ?? month, and from Suez on or about the 10th of
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXETER HALL. The seventh London Wednesday Concert, last night, introduced the celebrated Mr. Braham. This was excellent policy in the

EXETER HALL. The seventh London Wednesday Concert, last night, introduced the celebrated Mr. Braham. This was excellent policy in the

direction, as considerable curiosity existed amongst the musical public to test the powers of our new j English tenor, Mr. Sims Reeves, when placed in juxta- position with the Nestor of Song. Mr. Braham has been an unrivalled public favourite for upwards of sixty years, and ! we
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STOCK LISTS, Yesterday. ENGLI8H KIND?. Bank .Stock, 191 V 0.. v yo. l'nree per Cent. Keduced Annuities, 8tt % >.

STOCK LISTS, Yesterday. ENGLI8H KIND?. Bank .Stock, 191 V 0.. v yo. l'nree per Cent. Keduced Annuities, 8tt % >.

Three Cent. Consols, Annuities. New j^ per Cent. Annuities, st) % y h .." Lon? Annuities, ex pirn Jan. 5, I8t>0, - k Lon? Annuities, thirty years, expire Oct. In ?? s Inoia Bonds, under ?? 11 pm. Consols for Opening, Jan. 10 ?? v n-. , ,, „ . Baahequer Bills, 1,000/.. Mar.-h ;"„
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
1..PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS AND OTHER OFFICIAL.DOCUMENTS.

1..PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS AND OTHER OFFICIAL.DOCUMENTS.

1. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS AND OTHER OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS. OCTOBER — 2. Financial condition of the boroughs of England 20. Correspondence relative to the Gland Clock for the new Houses of Parliament. NOVEMBER— I. Expense of Commissions of Inquiry. 13. Trade and Navigation. DECEMBER-5.
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ELECTIONS.

ELECTIONS.

Yorkshirk : West Riding.— Oct. 23. Lord Morpeth (now the Earl of Carlisle, takes leave ofthe electors. At a meeting of the Liberal electors, held at Xormanton, the Hon. Charles Went- ivorth Fitzwilliam is recommended as a suitable candidate. November— 11. The Hon. C. W. Fitzwill
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England