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C A NA DA I The following address of influential citizens of Montreal j in favour of immediate annexation to the United States has ! been published : — TO THE PEOPLE OF CANADA. The number and magnitude of the evils that afflict our , country, and the universal and increasing depr
October 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Outrages in Arkansas. — Marion County, Sept. 4, 1849.— 1 will now give you an account of one of the

Outrages in Arkansas. — Marion County, Sept. 4, 1849.— 1 will now give you an account of one of the

most hellish outrages, perpetrated in that unfortunate county, Marion. On Friday last, three of the Kings were murdered in cold blood. You recollect hearing of a battle that was fought at Yellville sometime since, between the ) Kings and Everetts. Some days since, Moony (the she
October 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN DOWAGER. The Queen Dowager had some refreshing sleep on Vlonday night, and felt better yesterday morning. Sir David

THE QUEEN DOWAGER. The Queen Dowager had some refreshing sleep on Vlonday night, and felt better yesterday morning. Sir David

Davies remains in attendance on her Majesty, it the Priory.
October 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Cambridge md the Hereditary Grand Duke of Mecklenburgh Strelitz, ittended by Major Stephens, were

Their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Cambridge md the Hereditary Grand Duke of Mecklenburgh Strelitz, ittended by Major Stephens, were

present yesterday at the ipening ofthe new Coal Exchange. The Duke and Duchess of Bedford have returned 0 Woburn Abbey from Newmarket. A numerous and listinguisbed circle will assemble at the ducal seat to- norrow, and their graces will continue to receive company intil after Ch
October 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
I y^AGRItULTUEAL ASSOCIATION.

I y^AGRItULTUEAL ASSOCIATION.

I ?? ULTUEAL ASSOCIATION. 1 meeting of the members, Ac , of this associa- . j-jrf ann ? a ce on the 23d inst., at the Royal Hotel, near p^rf/station. Herts. tl f If r Esq ° f Tarret House, at the dinner took the | f- Jeo fhJ' absence of J- A. Gordon, Esq., president of I *a* "L s
October 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE FIRE AT THE BATHS AND WASH-HOUSES, WHITECHAPEL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. Sir — May we beg

THE FIRE AT THE BATHS AND WASH-HOUSES, WHITECHAPEL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. Sir — May we beg

the favour of your stating, for the satis- faction of the numerous members of the Committee for Promoting the Establishment of Baths and Wash-houses for the Labouring Classes and the subscribers, that the damage done to the Model Establishment, Goulston-square, White* chapel, by
October 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Caution to Jobmasters.— At the recent Petty Sessions at Rugby, Mr. William Ward, jobmaster of that I place, was, on

Caution to Jobmasters.— At the recent Petty Sessions at Rugby, Mr. William Ward, jobmaster of that I place, was, on

the complaint of the Inland Revenue officers, c mvicted in fine and costs amounting to 40/. St. 7d., on seven I informations, charging him with having omitted to duly enter horses let by him for hire. Tbe whole did not amount to 6s. duty. It appeared that 'he accused had ia some
October 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

— -♦ — mails. j Aaaivuu.; dob. , dbfart. Dublin , | 2 0 ' Daily Waterford 1 0 Daily. Donaghadee ; 0 0 Daily. Guernsey and Jersey 1 0 M.W.Fri. Holland 0 0 Wed.&Sat. Kambuig | 1 0 Tue.&Fri. France i 1 I Daily Ostend 1 0 Daily. Lisbon, Vadeira.Spain&Gibraltur 0 i Nov. 6. Nov. 7. Gi
October 31, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ARRIVALS.

ARRIVALS.

LEAMINGTON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1849. Regent Hotel.—Sir W. Clay, Bart., Sir David Baird, Bart., Hon. J. M. Lenarch, Mr. Farie, and Mra Hall, and Mrs Fieldiug, Capt. Talbot, and Mra Symonds and Miss Dauiels, Mdlle Alboni, Mr and Mrs Desbrough, Mr and Mrs Morrice, and Mrs Maudlin
October 6, 1849 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
Town Improvements.—Public Cemetery—in spite of all the Cholera-hunting in Leamington of which have heard so much within the last few

Town Improvements.—Public Cemetery—in spite of all the Cholera-hunting in Leamington of which have heard so much within the last few

days,—and despite too, the gross attacks upon us for placing faith in the existence of those favourable circumstances for which we contended last week, and which were satisfactorily vouched for, on undeniable authority, at the Commissioners' Meeting on Tuesday last, —in spite, w
October 6, 1849 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England