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MESSENGER. MAY 29, 1853.

MESSENGER. MAY 29, 1853.

established by these late events—the complete nonentity debauchee who trie* to win him back from hi* better life, and what was called the Old Turkish Party. There was formerly lay traps to betray him into old profligacies, our indignation said to exist a knot of ancient Turks, o
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Doubt pervaded it on every side—doubt to whether there could be a good Church rate at all-—doubt to thoud by

Doubt pervaded it on every side—doubt to whether there could be a good Church rate at all-—doubt to thoud by

whom it ought to l»e paid—doubt by whom it ought to be imposed—doubt what process it could be enforced and, tin *lly, doubt as to whether, by any process, the payment was worth enforcing. The whole matter would be ludicrous were it not for the inconvenience and suffering which t
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
■ tt.ement With to the illustration of the Koh-i->»oor diam'iud referred by the Karl Derby, it would not •object to

■ tt.ement With to the illustration of the Koh-i->»oor diam'iud referred by the Karl Derby, it would not •object to

the tax until it came into the poMeutOD of party who would have the to sell it. So with heirlooms. Karl PITZWILLIAM supported the motion The Duke ©f ARGYLL opposed it. —Their lordships then divided, when there were• Contents—Present 57 Proxies .. ... ... Non-contents—Present Pro
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
PORT RIVER.

PORT RIVER.

On Tuesday evening as the Severn screw steamer was pro- ' ceeding down the Newport River on her voyage to Bristol, she came in contact with a brigantine going towards New- port. No lives were lost, and but few persons injured, and I only two of these—viz., the supercargo, Mr. Ro
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CALIFORNIA

CALIFORNIA

PHiLADRtPHia, Mat 14. We have had several arrivals from California, but no news of very great import, except confirmation of the projected expedition of Count Bouillon, for the invasion of Sonora with force of 1,200 men. He professes peaceful objects—merely mining agriculture. I
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 

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ATTEMPT AT Ml/BDEtt AT EXETER.

ATTEMPT AT Ml/BDEtt AT EXETER.

Monday evening, lalx>uring man, who was gathering | sticks in copsa, the left hand side of the road, about quarter of a mde beyond the Cowley-bridge-inn, and within I the limits of the city of Kieter, found a man lying on the 1 ground in a state of insensibility, who had evident
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CHESHIRE.

CHESHIRE.

Shocking Occubrrncr Comglbton.— Cooke's Hippodrome arrived in last week for exhibition, and number horses, together with an elephant, were taken to feed, &e., the Cheshire Cheese public-house, in \Ve>.t-street. A young man na.ued Thomas Austin, who was employed as hostler, comme
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MAY

MAY

May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE

THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE

THE CAPE GOOD HOPE [by BLECTRIC TBLBOUAPn.j Plymouth, Saturday. —The General Screw Steam Company packet Bosphorus, Capt. Benson, arrived this taoruing. She left Calcutta 15th March, at 7 a.ra. Froin the Cape we learn that peace continues the frontier, but occasional inroads, atte
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
I T A h Y.

I T A h Y.

A h Y. Plundering the Coffin of a Pope. We read the following in the BiLancia of Milan, under the date Rome, May 2 very painful discovery was made the other day in the Basilica of L&teran. Those who are acquainted with the locality will recollect that Pope Martin V. lies buried i
May 29, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England