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LATER BY TELEGRAPH.

LATER BY TELEGRAPH.

The following telegraphic communication, received vid Halifax, contains intelligence to the evening of the 22d:— NEW YORK, Die. 22, Ev’Knino. The Hermann has not arrived. Advices from Washington state that the Naval Committee of the Senate had reported favourably on the immediat
January 4, 1854 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
ORDINABY 81 Railway*.

ORDINABY 81 Railway*.

A tuber gate .. 14 Birm. and Valley 71 Do. Cheat, and Birk. £5O and ASS Con... itock Caledonian 50 Chester and Holyhead 5J < 'ort and Baodou 60 Dublin A BelliMt Jane. 25 Dundee, P., Ah. June. 25 East Anglian .. Eastern Counties EasternUnVat, class A. Stuck Do., class B. .. Stock
January 4, 1854 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
NEW-YORK, June 21

NEW-YORK, June 21

Fate the Pilot-boat Patriot.—lt will be recollected many of our readers that during the late war with England the above-named pilot-boat was despatched to Charleston tor the purpose bringing this city Mrs. Allston, lady the then Governor of South Carolina, and daughter Col. Burr
July 28, 1820 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
GREENWICH PETTY SESSIONS.

GREENWICH PETTY SESSIONS.

On Tuesday tW*lk“h East (Greenwich and county K«it *® n e „ Sessions, at the Greyhound Inn, Greenwich; . Smith, Esq. was in the chair, and others of the local trates attended. MOST EXTRAORDIKARY HOAX. Towards the close of the business of the day, an inquiry took place, the detai
July 31, 1829 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
SINGAPORE.

SINGAPORE.

We have received the Singapore Chronicle of the 12th February : the following are extracts:— The annual census has been taken for h|2o, it ap. pears from it that at present contains 17,»Mu>ha. bilants, exclusive otyhe military and convicts, being in- Se the population of 182)1,
July 31, 1829 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
“ ■llip'KTlfnl ilid not know him hrfore,or jinee. k • _>ir. John Cii:tor.,a spfciai comtabio,examined by Mr.T.Moonr. —Saw great number

“ ■llip'KTlfnl ilid not know him hrfore,or jinee. k • _>ir. John Cii:tor.,a spfciai comtabio,examined by Mr.T.Moonr. —Saw great number

of people on the Friday, about one o’clock, coming trom Clcevevliouse*, abouta mile from Hideford. Tlie mob came the quay and gave several cheers, which were answered iroin the other side of the water. They threw large stones, and witness received severe blow on the side from a
August 16, 1816 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
MARRIED. Tuesday, th

MARRIED. Tuesday, th

e 13th inst. at St.-Mary’s, Lambeth, hy Rev. Tliomas Pearce, John Besjbie, Esq. Sarah Christiana, eldest dangliter Alexander Wiiitehead, Esq. Lambeth-terrace. Vcstei day,at St. Martin-iii-the-fields, by the Archdeacon Lon don, Thomas Harrison, Esq. the island of Madeira, to Eliza
August 16, 1816 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
STOCKHOLM, Jitly id

STOCKHOLM, Jitly id

STOCKHOLM, Jitly The lonu continued drought in our vicinity created some alarm for the harvest, which is now however vanished. The crops are said to look well in the provinces of Hast and West Gothland, and the drought it would appear has been chiefly confined to the country abou
August 16, 1816 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
I'KEM'II I'Al'KilS

I'KEM'II I'Al'KilS

Pj ms, Alo. 11. Drouet, Count D'Erlon, absent par contumace, vesterdav condemned to death. __ The Duke of Richmond. Peer of France, arrived on Saturday at Paris from Brussels. The royal flag is highly respected in the Mediterranean. At Smyrna, French vessels are preferred the me
August 16, 1816 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
AXX-LA-CHAPELLE, Sept. 27. the.King Prussia arrived here Ibis evening al o’clock. His Majesty slept last nigKt al Cologne, and entered

AXX-LA-CHAPELLE, Sept. 27. the.King Prussia arrived here Ibis evening al o’clock. His Majesty slept last nigKt al Cologne, and entered

this city to-day the gate of Cologne, lin caliche drawn by four horses, without any pomp or cereinonv. As his arrival was expected three o’clock, numbers of the citizens and strangers who had taken an early dinner crowded at two o’clock lor two miles the road by which he was to
October 5, 1818 - Evening Mail - London, London, England