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January 5, 1849 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
FOREIU

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The only Foreign Intelligence of importance re ceived to-day is that of the fall of Raab, which was t ken the h when th*' Hungarians abandoned lucir fortifications, and Windisci marched Into the town and was received with acclamations the inhabitants. found it impossible to inter
January 5, 1849 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
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January 5, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
THE SEWER RATE.

THE SEWER RATE.

Mr. Newlands, our talented and indefatigable f borough engineer, in his admirable report, to which 12 allusion has been more than once made in our be columns, showed the injustice of the principle of cle rating, by which the owners and occupiers of that PE property only, which i
January 5, 1849 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IMPORTS OF FOREIGN CORN IN 1847 AND 1848.

IMPORTS OF FOREIGN CORN IN 1847 AND 1848.

The following are the quantities of the different kinds of grain and meal upon which duty was paid in the eleven months ending December 5 in 1847 and 1848 respectively. 1847. 1848. Wheat Qrs 2,418,258 .. 1,843,536 Barley 793,961 .. 808,945 Oats 1,633,794 .. 841,390 Rye 68,225 ..
January 5, 1849 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 

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BOMXSTZC.

BOMXSTZC.

NOTICB TO THE PUBLIC— GENERAL POST OFFICE, Dec., 1848.— The Lords Commissioners ef Her Majesty's Trea- sury having authorized the remission of all charges for packet postage heretofore levied in the United Kingdom upon letters conveyed between the United Kingdom and the United S
January 5, 1849 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
TRURO,

TRURO,

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1849. At the beginning of that dreadful and glorious war which England waged for existence with her most formidable enemy, within a month from the breaking out of hostilities, and when the Country was already threatened with invasion, the Royal Cornwall Gazett
January 5, 1849 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Printed and Published by Gborgb Wilbinson Knbebo>'2. jm^ Printer and Publisher, of No. 5, Ferris-town, in the parish <* a

Printed and Published by Gborgb Wilbinson Knbebo>'2. jm^ Printer and Publisher, of No. 5, Ferris-town, in the parish <* a

Kenwyn, in the County of Cornwall, at the Printing-Otnce, ?? aj the Bridge, Lemon-street, in the said parish of Kenwyu, ou THURSDAY EVENING, January the 4*A, 1*49. *1 London Agbnts for this Papbr :— Messrs. Newton a"* l * Co., Warwick-square, Newgate-street ; Messrs. Barker it W
January 5, 1849 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY _\L.WS.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY _\L.WS.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY _\ L.WS. City, Thursday Evening. The information obtained to-day from different parts of thc world, including India, the United States, and Spain, was of a mixed, but generally satisfactory ten- dency. The improving prospects of the Conde de Montemolin are v
January 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Weather and the Parks.— The severity I of the frost for the last three days has had its influence

The Weather and the Parks.— The severity I of the frost for the last three days has had its influence

on ' the ornamental waters in St James's and Hyde Parks. ; The water in both Parks hus been completely frozen over, i but the ice is not yet nufficiently thick to allow skaters the j anticipated exercise. In St. James's Park hundreds of men j and boys, however, ventured upon tha
January 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England