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IK \M-SHIP for AUSTRALIA. ?? fIKNER.VL SCRKW STEAM-SHIPPING ain-slui'. ARGK. 1.550 tons suo horse- V miuauder. will sail from Southampton

IK \M-SHIP for AUSTRALIA. ?? fIKNER.VL SCRKW STEAM-SHIPPING ain-slui'. ARGK. 1.550 tons suo horse- V miuauder. will sail from Southampton

Z for ADELAIDE, PORT-PHILIP, and ?? the uli October. 1854, at 2 o'ciook oai ?? the fastest ships afloat, last passage to Australia, having ,i d.rs an I homo within the same ?? steam-ship that returned to England 33 • ; hsliiu-' a voyage round the world in superb fleet of screw s
September 18, 1854 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Zsf*yrATlO.V OF FORFARSHIRE

Zsf*yrATlO.V OF FORFARSHIRE

Z s f*yrATlO.V OF FORFARSHIRE ( S v at 1- o'clock, Viscount Duncan, who is '•' "indi'lati for thr representation of th. county „]• >\ th*' much-lamented death of Colonel fhf first of a series of meetings with the elec- " T wn -ha'l of Forfar. Tlie noble lord was ac- ' Z, hni; by
September 18, 1854 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NAVAL AM> MILITARY laVTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL AM> MILITARY laVTELLIGENCE.

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. WOOLWICH, Sept. 10. APPOINTMENTS. Lieutenant Charles J. Rowley (1852), from the Hornet, 17, screw steam-corvette at Portsmouth, to the Curlew 8 screw steam-sloop at Chatham; Ellibank H. Murray (1b54), recently promoted to the Hornet, vice Rowlev'. Jo
September 18, 1854 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEREFORMA TOR YSCHOOL MO YEMENT

THEREFORMA TOR YSCHOOL MO YEMENT

THEREFORMA TOR Y SCHOOL MO YEMEN T IMPORTANT COUNTY MEETING AT EXETER On Friday afternoon, a meeting of county magistrates and other gentlemen favourable to the establishment of reforma- tory schools in the county of Devon, took place at the Castle of Exeter— the High Sheriff (Ri
September 18, 1854 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MANSION HOUSE, John Davison was brought before the Lord Mayor charged with haviug attempted to obtain money from Mr. Henry Sykes Thornton, of Birchin-laue, banker, by means of a fabricated letter, ingeniously representing the distress of a deserving person.— Mr. Thornton said :
February 22, 1854 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 

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THE NUNNERY BILL AND ALIEN PRIORIES.IN ENGLAND.

THE NUNNERY BILL AND ALIEN PRIORIES.IN ENGLAND.

THE NUNNERY BILL AND ALIEN PRIORIES IN ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD Slß, —While firm in tbe conviction that the blatant boasting of Papal journals, as to the ideal spread of Roman- ism, or even as respects the pretenaed numbers of Papists in Great Britain, is nothing bu
February 22, 1854 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Tuesday. The Earl of EGLINTON presented a petition from a town in the north of Ireland in favour of the unrestricted use ofthe Scriptures iv the national schools in that country. BARNSTAPLE ELECTION. The Earl of SHAFTESBURY presented a petition from Viscouut Ebri
February 22, 1854 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCY COURT, June 14,

BANKRUPTCY COURT, June 14,

(Befoi-e Mr. Commissioner GOULBURN.) IN U AUTIU'R RYDER HOMERSHAM. This was the adjourned last examination meeting. The bankrupt was a woolstapler, of Russell-street, Bermondsey. His Honour said the baukrupt might pass, all questions being reserved for the certificate meeting. (
June 15, 1854 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE WAR IN THE EAST.

THE WAR IN THE EAST.

FROM OCR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. AT SEA, Sept. 7, Five miles S.S.W. of Baltschik Bay I sent you this morning full particulars of our doings from the time we left Varna Bay to the even- ing of yesterday ; and as the letter was put into the bag of the flag-ship, I trust there will
October 2, 1854 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE WEEK

THE WEEK

The war has at leagth begun in earnest, anil ?? —as we have always said it would — with a gjmj victory. The allied commanders kept their word the action took place on the 20th at one p.m., a , arose out of the attempt to force the Russians rrn their intrenched position on the he
October 2, 1854 - Morning Post - London, London, England