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Ebeatreo, fauotr, kr.

Ebeatreo, fauotr, kr.

WINDSOR THEATRICALS. Those private exhibitions have excited some discussion, at which we are by no means surprised. That the Sovereign should have every gratification which can rationally make her palace agreeable to herself and her immediate circle is justly the wish of the peo
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
tali) Vottre.

tali) Vottre.

THE ROYAL ETCHINGS PRINCE ALBERT V. STRANGE AND JUDGE. —On Monday the argument in this cause was resumed by the Solicitor-General, in support of the injunction. He said that the only ground upon which he would support the injunction was the simple and well-defined rules of law,
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH MAIL.

THE ENGLISH MAIL.

the arguments of the commercial world, and respecting their own pledges—would have decided the guarantee question affirmatively. Those, however, who had familiarized themselves with the obstructiVeness of the court, and who remembered how great a motive power was essential to ur
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
plea for the right of government, and such baseless theories as that Austria had no right to Lombardy, he held

plea for the right of government, and such baseless theories as that Austria had no right to Lombardy, he held

to be the imperative duty of the advisers of the British Crown. He held it to be of the utmost importance to maintain all our ancient alliances with foreign countries, and above all with that country whose policy and wh os e interests did not come into conflict with ours on a n
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA AT WINDSOR.

THE DRAMA AT WINDSOR.

On the evening of Jan.2s the series of dramatic performances given at Windsor Castle was brought to a close. The little "season," if we may so call it, has been, in every point of view, a most successful one. No hitch whatever has occurred in any department. The royal party have
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Chamois Leather

Chamois Leather

0 1 9 ...... Curry Combs, best Four-knocker Mane and Trimming Combs 0 0 4 Trimming Scissors, bent and straight Pails, Forks, Shovels, and Singeing Irons Oil Cans, Mops, Corn Sieves, and Mea5ure5............ Mane Pullers and Pickers Horse Scrapers, Spurs, Whips, &c. Pillar and R
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
AHtLttarJ)Entrittaritre.

AHtLttarJ)Entrittaritre.

WAR-OFFICE, JAN. 26. 10th Light Dragoons—Veterinary Surgeon T. Siddell, from the 7th Light Dragoons, to be veterinary surgeon, vice Robertson, who retires upon half-pay. 4th Regiment of Foot—Lieut. D. F. Chambers, to be paymaster, vice J. Burn, who retires upon half-pay. 44th Foo
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

By the arrival of the steam-ship Europa dates have been received from New York to the 10th ult., and from Halifax to the 13th. The political accounts are not important, Congress having as yet done no business of general interest, its discussions having been confined to incidenta
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England