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WORKS PUBLISHED BY JOHN W. PARKER, West Strand. n UARTERLY JOURNAL of the STATISTICAL SOCIETY of LONDON. Part I. of

WORKS PUBLISHED BY JOHN W. PARKER, West Strand. n UARTERLY JOURNAL of the STATISTICAL SOCIETY of LONDON. Part I. of

Vol. 6, was 'published on the Ist of February. Price 2s. 6d. CONTENTS. 1. State of the English Population shown by the recent Census of Ages. 2. Condition of the Poorer Classes in St. George's Parish, Hanover-square. 3. Education in St. George's Parish, Hanover-square. 4. Report
February 21, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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The news from India is not of a very interesting character. Ferozepore has at length been reached by our army. Disease, induced i nc lemency of th e weather, has thinned by the its ranks. Bundelkund, wher e re b e lli on h as long run riot, has been visited by the troops, and qu
February 7, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
MANUFACTURERS' RELIEF COMMITTEE, 74, King William-street, City, 28th Jan., 1843: COMMITTEE. _ The Archbishop of Canterbury. A. lif‘Geachey, Esq., M.P.

MANUFACTURERS' RELIEF COMMITTEE, 74, King William-street, City, 28th Jan., 1843: COMMITTEE. _ The Archbishop of Canterbury. A. lif‘Geachey, Esq., M.P.

The Archbishop of York. Sir John Guest, Bart. The Bishop of London. Samuel Gurney, Esq. The Bishop of Chester. A. Hastie, Esq., M.P. The Bishop of Ripon. Benjamin Hawes, Esq. Earl Howe. Thomas Hawes, Esq. Lord John Russell. T. A. Hankey. Esq. Lord Stanley. • T. W. Helps, Esq. Lo
February 7, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
TRADE REPORT.

TRADE REPORT.

Friday Evening. SUGAR. — The West India market is still very flat, the business done to-day being only 100 hogsheads, making the total for the week barely 600 hogsheads, and prices must be considered generally lower. The public sales to-day comprised 6,000 bags Bengal, and 1,100
February 4, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
WORKS PUBLISHED BY SAUNDERS & OTLEY, Conduit Street. The New Number of THE METROPOLITAN FOR FEBRUARY, Contains the following original

WORKS PUBLISHED BY SAUNDERS & OTLEY, Conduit Street. The New Number of THE METROPOLITAN FOR FEBRUARY, Contains the following original

articles: — I. SAVINDROOG, the New Oriental Romance, by M. RAFTER, Esq. . Chap. 29. The Droog. Chap. 30. The Prize. Chap. 31. The Mystery. 2. Note Book of an Irish Bar- 8. Love's Ignis Fatuus. By R. rister, No. xxvi. The Right M. Hovenden, Esq. Hon. T. B. C. Smith, At- 9. To Har
February 4, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
The New Number of

The New Number of

THE METROPOLITAN FOR FEBRUARY, Contains the following original articles:— . SAVINDROOG, the New Oriental Romance, by M. RAFTER, Esq. Chap. 29. The Droog. Chap. 30. The Prize. Chap. 31. The Mystery : _ 2. Note Book of an Irisll Barrister, No. mi. The Right Hon. T. B. C. Smith, At
February 25, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
of the Crown, and that the Crown had a right to dismiss any public servant any day it thought proper.

of the Crown, and that the Crown had a right to dismiss any public servant any day it thought proper.

But he apprehended that according to the spirit of the constitution and the usage of the public service, it was never understood that the pleasure of the Crown should mean the mere fancy or whim of political prejudice, operating at the head of any department. Of course, persons
February 25, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
Mbrulug

Mbrulug

SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 25. We do not remember to have read in modern times so doleful an article as that which appeared in the Morning Chronicle of to-day, and which may not inaptly be denominated the Lament of the Whigs. Who would have imagined that the Chronicle would start off
February 25, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
of the Legislature. We should despond of the safety of the country, if we thought that ill-advised, most intemperate and

of the Legislature. We should despond of the safety of the country, if we thought that ill-advised, most intemperate and

it impolitic vote, an irreversible one. But t is so much at variance with whatever remains of good sense and good feeling-, in a country so long renowned for the humanity and wisdom of its legislation, that we hope shortly to see an act, as unjust in principle as it is inhuman i
February 25, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
:HOSIERY AND LACE TRADES.

:HOSIERY AND LACE TRADES.

(From the Nottingham Journal). The staple trades of this - vicinity keep gradually sinking. A general gloom pervades all persons engaged in trade or manufactures, which is extended to house-owners, who are great sufferers. However, notwithstanding the depression, we are of opini
February 25, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England