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THE SLAVE TRADE.

THE SLAVE TRADE.

We are in receipt of our usual despatches from the west coast of Africa, the dates coming down to the middle of November, at which time the squadron employed ia the suppression of the slave trade was healthy, and was thus distributed, viz :— On the North, or Sierra Leone coast,
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE CONTINENT

THE CONTINENT

(FROM TH* PAPERS RECEIVED EAST NIGHT.) PERSIA. Letters from Bushire of the 24th November state that since the death of Mahomet Shah the influence of the English at the Court of Persia is increasing daily, and threatens to -supplant the enervated Go- vernment, which does not know
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL NAVY,

THE ROYAL NAVY,

«. Arrival of the President. — The President, 50, Captain Stanley, flag of Vice Admiral Dacres, the late Com- ?? of the Cape of Good Hope station, arrived at Portsmouth on Tuesday morning, when Admiral Dacres exchanged salutes with Admiral Capel, the Commander-in- Chief of Ports
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT MANCHESTER.—Tuesday.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER.—Tuesday.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER.— Tuesday. Chester Cup.— 2s to 1 agst Blucher (taken); 30 to 1 agst Geraldine ; 30 to 1 agst Cossack: 33 to 1 agst Inhe- ritress ; 35 to 1 agst Dacie ; 40 to 1 agst Elierslie (taken) ; 40 to 1 agst Farewell ; 50 to 1 ag*t B.llinafad. The Metropolitan Handica
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Duke of Richmond is expected to arrive in town on Tuesday next from Goodwood Park, and to be present

The Duke of Richmond is expected to arrive in town on Tuesday next from Goodwood Park, and to be present

at the dinner to be given by Lord Stanley, on Wednesday. The Duchess of Sutherland and Lady Constance Leveson Gower left Stafford House on Tuesday, for Tren- tham Hall, to join the Noble Duke and other branches of the family. Her Grace is expected to return to town early in the
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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THINGS GREAT AND SMALL. I

THINGS GREAT AND SMALL. I

■ 1 « " est modus in rebus, soxt certi dx*i<}t*e fines «uos vltha citlaqui nequit ?? mctcx." Thursday, Januart 26, 1849. A hint from a Danish philosopher— La belle Assemblee- The Mountain swimming to the bottom— ReDublican inconsistencies- A liberty-boy in praise of slavery -A d
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS.. ■—♦ ■

FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS.. ■—♦ ■

FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS . ■ — ♦ ■ TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. Sir— ln the Times of this morning you will have noticed the following assertion :— " A million quarters of grain is only a fortnight's supply for the kingdom." Is Kingdom or United Kingdom meant ? May I reques
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
A Husband Charged with Attempting to poison his Wife. — (From our owu Reporter.) — Bristol, Wednesday. — Considerable excitement

A Husband Charged with Attempting to poison his Wife. — (From our owu Reporter.) — Bristol, Wednesday. — Considerable excitement

has been occasioned in this city in einsequence of a carpenter aud undertaker, named Henry Evans, having been apprehended by the police, and examined before the magistrate, upon a charge of attempting to poison his wife. It appears, from the state- ment made by the police, that
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF ROBERT CAD ELL, ESQ.

DEATH OF ROBERT CAD ELL, ESQ.

Robert Cadell, Esq., the eminent publisher, died on Saturday last, about half-past three o'clock in the afternoon, j at Ratho House, a few miles from Edinburgh. All who | J knew Mr. Cadell, either personally or by report, will learn the melancholy intelligence with sincere regre
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Attempted Sale of Lord Suffield's Estates. On Thursday last the extensive estates of Lord Suffield, at Middleton and Thornham, about

Attempted Sale of Lord Suffield's Estates. On Thursday last the extensive estates of Lord Suffield, at Middleton and Thornham, about

five miles from Man- chester on the one side, and equally distant from Rochdale on the other, were brought to the hammer at the Palatine Hotel, Manchester. The auctioneer was Mr. Fisher, who described the capabilities and qualities of the property ; after which some bids were ma
January 25, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England