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REGISTER OF

REGISTER OF

INTELLIGENCE, FROM BRITISH AND FOREIGN INDIA, _CHINA, AND ALL - - ----- PARTS THE EAST. JN this paper will be found the fullest and most accurate information of all occurrences of importance in the. countries to which it is devoted; Government Orders and Notitiations in every de
January 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
PARCELS FROM ENGLAND TO INDIA. HE Undersigned, under arrangement with the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, forward Parcels to

PARCELS FROM ENGLAND TO INDIA. HE Undersigned, under arrangement with the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, forward Parcels to

India at very reduced rates, whereby the community in India will receive the full benefit of steam communication at the lowest possible cost. Parcels transmitted through their Ager.ts to England are, on arrival, cleared and forwarded to the address at a trifling charge beyond ac
January 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
1846. THE following SUPERIOR SHIPS belonging to Messrs. T. and W. SMITH. of Neweastle-upon•Tyne, and built by them for the

1846. THE following SUPERIOR SHIPS belonging to Messrs. T. and W. SMITH. of Neweastle-upon•Tyne, and built by them for the

India trade. will leave Gravesend punetally at the undermentioned dates, and embark passengers at Portsmouth a week after. Last shipping day in the East India Docks, three days previously. .. Ships Names. Tons. Commanders. Destination To sail Plantagenet ... 900 John Domett ...
January 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Vicltings from funrb.

Vicltings from funrb.

MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES. MR. CAUDLE HAS VENTURED A REMONSTRANCE ON HIS DAY'S DINNER: COLD MUTTON, AND NO PUDDING. MRS. CAUDLE DEPENDS THE COLD SHOULDER. " Humph! I'm sure F Well! I wonder what it will be next! There's nothing proper, now—nothing at all. Better get somebod
March 24, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
4 untittarp of eaot Ettbian sj4'ljippittg. ARRIVALS. , . 1 Where 1 ' ; Where arrived. ' l arrived. I

4 untittarp of eaot Ettbian sj4'ljippittg. ARRIVALS. , . 1 Where 1 ' ; Where arrived. ' l arrived. I

Name. Date. Whence. Name. I Date. Whence. a„ivecl. - - 1 -- Portsmth 'Token Mar. 11 Bengal ..IDartinth. Duchess of 1 Liverpool IMinstrel ll Bengal —Poniard] , Buccleugh :Mar. 211 1 China .. Falmouth Brighton ;Arabia 2 1 Bengal .. Falmouth Liverpool ; Wm. Gales . , 191Mauritius;S
March 24, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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March 24, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
H. & T. PEAT *abblers, itiarneors ittattero, No. 167, PICCADILLY, LONDON,

H. & T. PEAT *abblers, itiarneors ittattero, No. 167, PICCADILLY, LONDON,

H. & T. PEAT *abblers, ittattero, No. 167, PICCADILLY, LONDON, A V AIL themselves of the present opportunity gratefully to acknowledge the patronage which they have received for so many years from their n umerous eminex i o ns in India, and to solicit a continuance of that prefer
March 24, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
PARCELS PROM ENGLAND TO INDIA. T HE Undersigned, under arrangement with the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, forward parcels

PARCELS PROM ENGLAND TO INDIA. T HE Undersigned, under arrangement with the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, forward parcels

to India at very reduced rates, and are determined to make a still further reduction as the means of transit improve, whereby the community in India will receive the full benefit of steam communication at the lowest possible cost. Parcels transmitted through their Agents to Engl
March 24, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
FURLOUGH REGULATIONS. - We continue to receive many letters (some bearing postage) from India, and also from officers on furlough.

FURLOUGH REGULATIONS. - We continue to receive many letters (some bearing postage) from India, and also from officers on furlough.

In reply we assure them the present system is undergoing a searching investigation, and although it may be even months before a decision is come to, we repeat that the subject is one pressing on the authorities. Would they had not required such interference. I now receiving "THE
February 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Lateot Intelligence.

Lateot Intelligence.

MR. O'CONNELL has postponed until Wednesday next his motion on the state of famine and distress in Ireland, which was to have come on last night. —THE RAILWAY crisis is at an end. About eleven millions sterling have been paid into the Court of Chancery without any disastrous con
February 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England