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COLONIAL WEEKLY NEWS

COLONIAL WEEKLY NEWS

CANADA.—REACTION, &c.—ln Canada, the reaction against annexation is showing decisive proofs of energy and determination. The magistrates, officers of militia, and Queen's counsel, who signed the manifesto, have been discharged. It is said that a majority of the French inhabitant
January 5, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IIOAIE WEEKLY NEWS. METROPOLITAN. THE NATIONAL REFORM ASSOCIATION.

IIOAIE WEEKLY NEWS. METROPOLITAN. THE NATIONAL REFORM ASSOCIATION.

The first public meeting of this association, for the next year, takes place on Monday next, the 7th, at the London Tavern. Sir J. Walmsley, M.P., the president, will be in the chair on this occasion; and Mr. A. Roebuck, M.P., will, we believe, be one of the speakers. The plans
January 5, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
[No. 182, POSTSCRIPT.

[No. 182, POSTSCRIPT.

SATURDAY EVENING • FRANCE.—MM. Darn, Barroche, and d'Azy, have been re-elected Vice-Presidents of the National Assembly for the next three months. Gen. I3edeau was the next highest; but having failed to secure an absolute majority the ballot was to be resumed this day. The six s
January 5, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE FINANCIAL ECONOMIST.

THE FINANCIAL ECONOMIST.

give immediate additional strength to their new country. But in all respects, from their go-ahead impulses, the necessities of their climate, their tastes, and their trafficking propensities, the inhabitants of the United States must for ages to come be the greatest consumers of
January 5, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
- DIVIDENDS TO 1311 DECLARED.—Jan. 22, J. Hall, Rotherltithe„, shipsviight—Jan. 24, S. Boss, Frith-street, Sobs—Jan. 18J. B. Shoulder, Leicester, draper—Jan.

- DIVIDENDS TO 1311 DECLARED.—Jan. 22, J. Hall, Rotherltithe„, shipsviight—Jan. 24, S. Boss, Frith-street, Sobs—Jan. 18J. B. Shoulder, Leicester, draper—Jan.

18, G. F. Knott, Leicester, boot and shoe manufacturer—Jan. 22,J. Ashworth, Bury, gardener. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.—J. and J. D. Garrett, Becklord-row, Walworth, plumbers—R. Hodgson and J. Walbran, Watling-street, warehoutemen—S. Shearman and W. Day, Prospect-place, Kingslatid-r
January 5, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL AND ILITERARY JOURNAL.

POLITICAL AND ILITERARY JOURNAL.

Cocks, Ben., R. Biddulph, and F. T. Biddulph, Pembroke, bankers—W. F. sad J. N. Clarke, Liverpool, ship chandlers— J. Dyson and Sons, Huddersfield, drapers—T. Edwards and Sons, Great Winchester-street, mahogany brokers—li. Edwards and E. J. Ball, Birmingham. silversmiths—W. Jack
January 5, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY NEWS AND FINANCIAL. ECONOMIST. [No. 185.

THE WEEKLY NEWS AND FINANCIAL. ECONOMIST. [No. 185.

THE WEEKLY NEWS AND FINANCIAL. ECONOMIST. [No. 74 at Wholesale Prices J. RObefERS and Invite the attention of all those who are paying the usual high prices for clothing to their very superior Coats made to measure at Two Guineas, Trousers at One Guinea, and Waistcoats at Half-a-
January 26, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

301114 RUSSELL LowELL 89 BA.PIIII3LtL REGENERATION • • • • •• • • • • 91 JUDICIAL WEEKLY NEWS. LAWi—Sect of Johanna Southcote—Curiou* Practice— The Middlesex Sessions, .. 78 Potion—The Rev. Dr. Dewhurst—Anna Marla Jones— The Piccadilly Saloons, •• • • .. •• • . PROSPECTS OF TENA
January 26, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS,

TO CORRESPONDENTS,

on" Italy" next week. L. B.—The derivation shows that the word may be properly used in that sense. A HEADER. The Letters of Aladdin," published by Effingham Wilson, and the older works of Tooke. Ricardo, and many others, to be found in any classed catalogue. B. 8., Will be found
January 26, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE LAW OF MARRIAGE.

THE LAW OF MARRIAGE.

TN resuming the considemtion of Lord LYND. HURST'S Act, which prohibits a man marrying his deceased wife's sister, it occurs to us that the "collective wisdom of the nation" was guilty of rather strange conduct when it legalized such marriages as those to which we allude, which
January 26, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England