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Shrewsbury.— We understand that on and after the 10th of July next the London mail will be brought tc and

Shrewsbury.— We understand that on and after the 10th of July next the London mail will be brought tc and

conveyed from this town by railway. Tbe Lond' n mail will then, we believe, arrive here soon after three a.m., and not be despatched hence before ten p.m. ; ail the other mails and messengers to and from this town will, we pre- sume, be despatched and received to correspond. We
June 23, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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• HER MAJESTY, ice. (FBOM THE COURT CIUCIJLAR.} The Queen and Prince Albert rode out on horseback en Thursday, attended by the Countess of Desart, Lieutenant .Colonel the Hon. C. B. Phipps, and Colonel Bouverie. His Royal Highness Prince Albert, attended by Colonel 'Bouverie, in
June 23, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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June 22, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE WEST INDIA MAIL.

THE WEST INDIA MAIL.

THE WEST INDIA M AIL. m, i fFROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Southampton, June 21.— The Royal Mail steam ship Severn, Captain Vincent, arrived this afternoon at three o'clock, from the West Indies, with the usual mails, in charge of Lieutenant Ray, Admiralty Agent. On her homeward voyage
June 22, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH NATIONAL FETE.

SCOTTISH NATIONAL FETE.

• "Show me a slice of a tooth," says the physiologist, " and I • riU tel1 y°u to what animal it belonged." •« Show ns the dress and national pastimes of a people," exclaim- the ethnologist, <> and we _,.„ giye _ o „ _ __ etty co __ ect QUt . ine of their habits, their climate, a
June 22, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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The Britannia Bridge. — Menai Straits Thursday.— As briefly intimated by telegraphic despatct yesterday, the unparalleled exploit of depositing the

The Britannia Bridge. — Menai Straits Thursday.— As briefly intimated by telegraphic despatct yesterday, the unparalleled exploit of depositing the

tubi on its bed of masonry at the base of the tiers, with one 01 two trifling misadveatures, which, contrasted with the mag nitude of the labour, sunk into insignificance, was accom phshed, after two hours ofthe most anxious and critical toii In addition to Mr. Stephenson, Capta
June 22, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
, i The Count and Countess de Neuilly, the Duke an c ; Duchess de Nemours, aud the Duke and

, i The Count and Countess de Neuilly, the Duke an c ; Duchess de Nemours, aud the Duke and

Duchess ?? ; | visited her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent yesterday His Serene Highness Prince Ernest of Hesse. , i Philippstahl visited the Duchess of Kent yesterday. ; ! The Countess Somers, although greatly improved • in health, was not sufliciently recovered from her lon
June 22, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
UNIVEhSITY COLLEGE BOSPIIAL.

UNIVEhSITY COLLEGE BOSPIIAL.

The anniversary festival in aid of the funds of this insti- tution was celebrated on Tuesday evening at the London I Tavern, when about 80 noblemen and gentlemen sat down I to a most excellent dinner, provided with that taste and I liberality which the Messrs. Bathe and Breach e
June 22, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ThunderStorm at Edinburgh. — On Saturday* between twelve and one o'clock, a thunder storm passed over the city and neighbourhood,

ThunderStorm at Edinburgh. — On Saturday* between twelve and one o'clock, a thunder storm passed over the city and neighbourhood,

from west to east, con- tinuing for about half an hour. The storm, however, was of brief duration, and was accompanied by very little rain, but flashes of lightning and peals of thunder followed each other ia rapid succession. During the storm, the electric fluid struck a large
June 22, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION*.

PARLIAMENTARY DIVISION*.

- ■♦ , EDUCATION (IRELAND).— Thursday, J une 21. Motion made, and Question proposed, " That an humbln ; address be presented to her Majesty, praying :!,it ihe will be graciously pleased to direct that such a m >difica- tion of thr system of National Education in Ireland may be m
June 23, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England