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THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE

their return to power by terror and confiscation, devastation, and bloodshed. The bombardments, spoliation, and military executions of this year will in time bring about their retribution. ' Nothing is more certain than that a warlike nation, determined to be free, can never be
October 21, 1849 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WORLD'S INDUSTRY EXHIBITION.

THE WORLD'S INDUSTRY EXHIBITION.

The idea of a World's Exhibition of Manufactures is worthy of England. She no longer shuts out from her markets any production of foreign industry. The new year will open with liberty to the ships of all nations to bring to her shores, on equal terms with her own ships, every ra
October 21, 1849 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS FOR THE WEEK.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS FOR THE WEEK.

PUBLIC AMUSEMETS POR THE s. I THEATRE ROYAL SADLER'S WELLS. 'UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. PHELPS. V''O-MOIRROW, Tocsiday, Wednesday, sod Thursday (first time)0 T with newt esceney, dee~lse &C.. Shaknpere's tragedy of ANTONY AND CLEOIPATRA. Mark Abntonly. Mr. Phelpsi; OCtsvius QGa5
October 21, 1849 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Major-general William Jervois, F.H., has been se- lected to fill up the vacancy in the number of general officers entitled to Al 5s. per diem from 27th September last, having previously received the reward for distin- guished service. The anticipated brevet promotion consequentu
October 21, 1849 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

DEYoNponT DoCKYARD. - Rear-adiral Sir John Sinclair will not have the appointment, as has been rumoured. TIE TERRIBDL STEAM FRIGATE.-It is rot intended to perpetuate the folly of the Terrible steam-ship by building another larger. The removal of two boilers out of her is very si
October 21, 1849 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NEWS FOR EMIGRANTS' FRIENDS.

NEWS FOR EMIGRANTS' FRIENDS.

NEWS FOR EMIGRANTS' PRIUENDS. ANSWERS TO INQUIRIES RESPECTING EMIGRANTS. THE GENERAL PAnLER.-JaneWiggett, P. F. (Cray- ford), E. Bateman, T. Welch.-If our correspondents refer to the Emigrants' News of last week, they will per- cele that it is stated we had only received the list
October 21, 1849 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MR. COLLET AND THE GAME LAWS.

MR. COLLET AND THE GAME LAWS.

I MR. CPLLET AND THE GAME LAWS. LI3B1R.ATON Or THREE POACHERS FROM FISHtERTON GAOL. On Wednesday (says a correspondent) the parish of Fisherton Anger was somewhat elated, from the fact that Mr. Collet bad just sent instretions to his agent to libe- rate three poachers, and give t
October 21, 1849 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CUTTING A BOY'S THROAT.

CUTTING A BOY'S THROAT.

CUTTINO A BOY'S THROAT. On Friday, J. Freeman, proprietor of the Waterman's Atis, L dqn-gireet, Ratcliffe, was charged at the Thames Police-court, with cutting the throat of a little lad, named Stephen Selby, eight years of age, the son of a joiner, residing in the same street. T
October 21, 1849 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

PRA)IOEL After some local bills had been discussed in the cham- ber, on Saturday, and some petitions had been presented, M. Thiers said he had to present the report of the com- mittee appointed to examine the bill demanding credits for the expedition to Rome. The intervention of
October 21, 1849 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
OCT. 21 LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

OCT. 21 LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England