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MR. PIPS HIS DIARY.—Tuesday,Sept 27 1849.

MR. PIPS HIS DIARY.—Tuesday,Sept 27 1849.

I’n. and by Railway with Mr. OuivMM to my Cosin Feg her Wedding, and did marvel hear tho Bells ringing at 9 o’clock, the M.-trriage not to till 11, but foond they were rung for an Flection ; ’Squire Callow and Mr. Palrport standing for County Members the K< o« Mr. Breanjokn. So,
October 18, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
CHURCH MISSIONARY INTELLIGENCE.

CHURCH MISSIONARY INTELLIGENCE.

many persons considering the extreme difficulty of bringing a Brahmin to the knowledge of the truth, have doubted the possibility of such a change, and have been almost inclined to disbelieve the reports of individual cases—we have great pleasure in laying before the public acco
October 18, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Oxford Oct. 13. —On Monday the Rev. Frederick Charles Plumptre, d.d. and Master of the University College, having been re-nominated

Oxford Oct. 13. —On Monday the Rev. Frederick Charles Plumptre, d.d. and Master of the University College, having been re-nominated

Vice Chancellor the University his Grace the Duke of Wellington, look the oaths, and made the usual declaration in full Convocation, and entered upon the Duties of Vice Chancellorship for the second year, with the accustomed solemnities. The following Heads of Houses were afterw
October 18, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
PORTFOLIO.

PORTFOLIO.

The Papists arc taught not only to trust in the Virgin Mary and her numerous images, but also a medal made in her honour and with her ligurc engraved upon it, though God says, Thou shalt not make thee any graven image.” Exod. xx. 5. Such a medal was struck in Paris in the year 1
October 18, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SIGNS OF DEATH. The first symptom of approaching death with some the strong presentiment that they arc about to die.

SIGNS OF DEATH. The first symptom of approaching death with some the strong presentiment that they arc about to die.

Ozanum, the mathematician, while in apparent health, rejected pupils from the feeling that was on the tve of resting from his labours, and he expired soon after of apoplectic stroke, b lechior, the divine, had dream which shadowed out his impending dissolution, and, believing it
October 18, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 

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FRIDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.-Bankrupts.

FRIDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.-Bankrupts.

Thomas Warren Boulton, Broad court, Bow street, Covent garden, potato salesman Henry Featherstonhaugh Wooster, Briltania place. Wandsworth road, shipowner Samuel Watkins Saunders, Park road, Brixton, engineer Georg* William Saker, Prospect row, Bermondsey, builder Richard Beard,
October 18, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. is Vacancy in the Offices of | M. for an APPRENTICE ENGINEER. No Premium will be

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. is Vacancy in the Offices of | M. for an APPRENTICE ENGINEER. No Premium will be

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. is Vacancy in the Offices of | M. for an APPRENTICE ENGINEER. No Premium will be required, but an equivalent is expected that the youth will be clever. A trial will necessary ptevious to concluding the arrangements. Address to Mr. Gcorue Lock, 5, Cook’s
October 18, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SADLER'S-WELLS THEATRE.

SADLER'S-WELLS THEATRE.

tel evening new farce from the pen of the veteran dramatist —Wm. Moucrieff. entitled The Mulrmof mi, was produced here, and was qntto snccessfnl. story this —The Jl/ui-juis Pretcvgil (Mr. H. Mellon) 1 I demons of intriguing with Worn Gmnsrer, the unstress of the l (Miss Julia St
October 18, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BETTING AT MANCHESTER.—Tuesday.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER.—Tuesday.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER. —Tuesday. Stakes. 10 1 oust Mr. Fowler’s BiWdry, yrs, list. Mb. (‘•‘“'■“W 1,) 1 LordClifden’s Katk-uiaes, 5}T8,68t .lb. (t. off.) to 1 Mr. Meiklam’s Haby, 3 yrs, sst. 101 b. (taken) t 0 Mr. fowler's Woolwich, yrs, 6st- 121 b. (taken) 1 Mr. Payne's Crucible,
October 18, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MORNING ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1849.

MORNING ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1849.

Catherine Keim was charged by the authorities of St. James’s with having committed wilful perjury. The defendant lid .worn that she was the aenl three children, who were thereupon removed k St Martin-in-the-Fieldsto St. Jameaa. The removal took nlace in August, 1848, and the chi
October 18, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England