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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LITE/.A TURJE. Tite Mo ,q'a'erial Syncopsis, c~ompijselity Suninicary C ei- S (lonst, 7ab, tartttli/ arseticoerl, ir~ie ?? at? NotesC. beseu Bye (Steno Coitcia, Assi tant Clerk to the Newmlarkett splen flenches of 3 astiecs. s-econd edition, II. Butterwoeth, days L urdon. 1849. l
June 9, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MESSAGE OF THE FRENCH PRESIDENT.

MESSAGE OF THE FRENCH PRESIDENT.

After considerable delay the President's message to the Assembly has been presented and is published in the Muni- fr«rand the other Paris papers Thui'>dav morning. : epitomise its main features. Finances.—The expenditure of the late government in| creased liie public debt by tra
June 13, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Reading Sermons from the Pulpit.—At tlie meet- ing of the Presbyterian Church Scotland, held last week in Edinburgh, a resolution

Reading Sermons from the Pulpit.—At tlie meet- ing of the Presbyterian Church Scotland, held last week in Edinburgh, a resolution

disapproving of reading discourses from the pulpit of that church was carried by majority of 165 against 121. Missionaries. A vessel called the Jane, which sailed from Liverpool, on Friday, for Africa, carried out about a down Methodist miwionarie*.
June 13, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BENEFITS OF FREE TRADE.

BENEFITS OF FREE TRADE.

We understand (says the Uriyhton Gazette), that Messrs. Peckham and Co., who have lately supplied our workhouse with French flour, have exported into this country, from their establishment at Eu, less than between 17,000 and bags of flour (about four bushels the bag ), within th
June 13, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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Trr ?? LIFE, ASSURAC SofIETY. oqS ,3NNAPLY & "DF-~:CI.LNED- LIVES. OLiDsS (n JEWrtY, LONDON. To u `4 ST 1ItrS. ?? \l~t1tl1AIL.Z li-q , Br3iTk1of Enclorrt1d. "N0.1NO(. Se n . rI~ , l~onrhard StLre et. k;LRit.J PO Tln' Eqk R ocetr s.T .frI. l t i' er I-n irsati Cr1-,)11I tlt- fix-'
June 8, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY.

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY.

STATION'3 OF 'TIIE RIR1TEI1I ARMY, ?? - . I_.-t.e.oa (is IST JUNE,~ 18i9. Whtereto places are mentioned,the last named is that atwhichtlie ?? the LItagimnt isoationed.1 Life Guards. Faot. t yde pork. 42nl, 4erduda;m 1. ot WMight. LI. %%ndor. lie. [ Itnoerve l att. I-Bermuda. Rasp
June 8, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

,VHEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-.LANE._ GERMAN OPERA. 1landay. will be performed (second time) the Grand Opera of DbON JUAN. Dun Juan, Herr Pischek: The Commandant, 3err fucrrinarin: Don Octavio, Herr Rauscher (first tenor in Mjesty the King of Wirtemberg); LeporellM, Herr Karl nrtnes; Don
June 10, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

COURT AND ARISTOCRACY. Tun ?? Majesty and the royal family left fl~ig& Palace on Monday for Windsor Castle, to sojourn there during the Ascot races. B al0 h STATE BALL.-The Queen will have a grand full-dress ball en the 13th inst. at Buckinghain Palace. COUNT DM MONTEXCeLtt- ns
June 9, 1849 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENT.

LAST NIGHT'S PARLIAMENXT HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, .Jasnc 8. The Duke of ARGYLE presented a petition from ?? Ryl:mid, whn complained of a grievalnce he had suffered from the Canadian gacrenment, in the refusal to compensate him for the loss he had suffered by a change of office, in
June 9, 1849 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
This day is published, In one sheet doable deray, price 6d., Analysis of the history of England, from 827 to

This day is published, In one sheet doable deray, price 6d., Analysis of the history of England, from 827 to

1897, in Tabular Form, Comprising Character and Descent of the Sovereign, Daration of Reign, Religion, Marriage, Issue, Death, Memorable Erenu, &c. Edinburgh : Oliver & Boyd. London: Sisipkin, Marshall, & Co.; and all Booksellers. Now ready at all the Libraries, in 2 roll., CAPT
June 11, 1849 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland