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PLLTZNG THE PIPER.

PLLTZNG THE PIPER.

[From the Times.] "Everybody knows what your true sharp-practised Yankee man of business is the genuine Jonathan—up to anything, down to anything—bank proprietor—railroad director—augur, schcenobates,medieus, magus—ready to buy, sell,' mend, make, bet, fetch, carry anything you
February 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
CAPE OP GOOD HOPE.

CAPE OP GOOD HOPE.

CAPTURE OF THIRTY-THREE SLAVE VESSELS.— The following is an extract of a letter from the Cape of Good Hope,•dated November 9, 1.841:—" Her Majesty's ship Fontaine returned to Simon's Bay on the 24th ult., after a six mouth's cruise on the coast of Angola, for the suppression of
February 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
NEW ZEALAND.

NEW ZEALAND.

Recent letters from New Zealand represent that colony to be in a favourable condition. The estimates of the revenue showed a large surplus, the greater portion of which would be appropriated to the encouragement of immigration, beside allowing large sums for internal improvement
February 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC SUMMARY.

DOMESTIC SUMMARY.

The home-news of the last month partakes more of a domestic or family, than of a political character; and although the occurrence of the Royal Christening, the architectural visit of Prince ALBERT to the City, &c., are no doubt highly important in themselves, As well as gratifyi
February 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Ilitcrature.

Ilitcrature.

REVIEWS AND EXTRACTS FROM NEW WORKS AND THE LAST MAGAZINES. Five Years in India; comprising a Narrative of Travels in the Presidency of Bengal, a visit to the court of Ranjeet Sing, a Residence In the Himalayah Mountains, an Account of the late Expedition to Cabul and Affghanist
February 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE TALLOW SPECULATION.

THE TALLOW SPECULATION.

The final examination of Messrs Smith and Marshall was adjourned on Saturday at the Bankruptcy Court, to the 22nd ult., to give time for an examination of the tallow account between them and Marshall and Sons, amounting to £759,000, in which . some errors have been discovered; a
February 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
. . "Sir, —Understanding that you are willing . to receive an apology for the unwarrantable warmth of my 'second'

. . "Sir, —Understanding that you are willing . to receive an apology for the unwarrantable warmth of my 'second'

note addressed to you while at Beyrout, I readily state that I avail myself immediately of such opportunity of expressing my sense of the impropriety of the same. No doubt has ever been in any mind that such was due, nor have I hesitated months since" to express this as any opin
February 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
COFFEE TRADE.

COFFEE TRADE.

A movement is just now being made in the coffee trade for a modification of the duties levied on the various descriptions. The scale of duties proposed, and which are stated to be sufficient for the protection of the various interests identified with the trade, If proper measure
February 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
8.-DISTRESS IN PAISLEY.

8.-DISTRESS IN PAISLEY.

--- The distress in Paisley and its neighbourhood WAS brought before the house by Mr. IVALLAco, who moved an address to her Majesty, praying an inquiry to be made on the spot. The people of Paisley had been indulging in hopes that some great scheme of Government emigration was t
March 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Miscellaneous. oT

Miscellaneous. oT

• NEW took the oaths and their scats in the House of 'Commons on the Ist inst —namely, Mr. Warburton, for , Kendal; Mr. Pattison, for London; Mr. Campbell, , for Salisbury; Mr. Pierce Batter, for Kilkenny; Mr. Duncan M•Nelle, for AigYleshire. Now WRITS were is•ued for 'Ninth Wll
February 6, 1844 - Monthly Times - London, London, England