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THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER THE LATE CATASTROPHE

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER THE LATE CATASTROPHE

THE ARMY. turn. He believed the charge, him not had the^r oricin in a desire to uphold discipline, but had , from feelings of prejudice and Lords of decision will not known until confirmed the Lords ot the Admiralty. AT PIMLICO. Paltry Riformbrs. —The Ordnance Authentic#, the be
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
aet* no reason why young fellows at the Universities who contract dcbtJ which they have means of discharging, should not

aet* no reason why young fellows at the Universities who contract dcbtJ which they have means of discharging, should not

be treated common swindlers, and sent to expiate their offence in House of Correction. A few young squires, or heirs to peerages, treated in this way, would have a fine effect upon their order, and be highly beneficial to the interests of honest shopkeepers. Intended Visit of th
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

LETTERS: PERSONAL; LITERARY, AND POLITICAL. Nescius cquidom non sum, judicii Übortaiefll relinquendam, quam ipse usurpuverim.” Bacon, De Augment is Seientiarum, Lib. iL, p. 102. MISCELLANY. Thb Couet.—The Queen &nd Prince Albert have left town for Windsor Castle, whore take thei
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE ORANGEMEN OP IRELAND,

THE ORANGEMEN OP IRELAND,

THE ORANGEMEN IRELAND, The Orangemen of Ireland have appealed to public opinion in this country. In the letters of the Earl of Roden, and of Mr. Beers, they have appealed to history to prove that they have been loyal, peace-loving, subjects. They claim for themselves the merit of
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HARYLBBONE

HARYLBBONE

A Candidate fob Asylum.— John Weller, a boy 12 years of age was charged with having stolen the sum of \2i 3d from Mr. Bullet, his uncle.—Complainant stated that the boy had been residing with him some lime, and was much given to pilfering. He had tried every available means in h
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
LATEST FROM FRANCE

LATEST FROM FRANCE

The Crisis in France. Political parties in Paris are in an agitated state the extraordinary turn which the report of M. given the Roman question. If is generally believed object of the Mole, Thiers, and legitimists, ia all • proceedinee, is nothing less than to betray the P the
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
LATEST EROM AUSTRIA.

LATEST EROM AUSTRIA.

Austria, The Cologne Gazette of Tuesday has accounts Haagary the 10th of October. These inform us that other question vital importance—even the Kusso-Turkiii dispute—was temporari y superseded by the late etecutios of Count Louis Batthyani, which appears to be viewe<l, both by A
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Funeral of Walsh.

Funeral of Walsh.

The body of John Walsh, the constable who lost his life endeavouring to save those of his frllew- creatures sewer PleoUxi, was Tuesday consigned to ilsresnog place the burial ground of Bt. John’s, Westminster. ■' brother constables having expressed wish to be P re9eal the mournf
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
OCT. 21.

OCT. 21.

October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
LATEST FROM AMERICA. Thtrsdat.—We have advices frum T York the 3rd last., and from Halifax to the Gth There had

LATEST FROM AMERICA. Thtrsdat.—We have advices frum T York the 3rd last., and from Halifax to the Gth There had

been further disturbances Canada. The Governor-General was to meet his Ministers at Toronto on the tth iast. IntcUigencc from California represents the yield the roinct steady. It was estimated that the average product since the commencement of season had reached as much as 2.00
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England