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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

The Great Western arrived on the 29th June, with intelligence from New York up to the 12th inst. Mexico and Texas principally occupy the attention of the papers up to the date mentioned. A letter dated Mexico, May 20th, says :—" This Government having been empowered by Congress
July 7, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
SAMES BARBER AND CO.

SAMES BARBER AND CO.

HAVE the pleasure to inform :Purchasers of 'Books - that they deliver Books overland freight free, provided the cost be remitted in advance, ,and,the order amount to not less than Five Pounds. Magazines are not included in this notice.
July 7, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Overland Route.

Overland Route.

GOIIiPLAINTS ~havißg ,arisen of delay in forwarding Packages up the countryove beg leave to suggest that parties, not resident at the Presidency, would do well either to give general instructions' to 'their own - Agents - to receive all such Parcels, and to pay the Customs Duty
July 7, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Called for by 20 members. Ministers opposed the vote by division on principle, but they do not regard its introduction

Called for by 20 members. Ministers opposed the vote by division on principle, but they do not regard its introduction

as a defeat, for, praatically, the vote by ballot exposed them tomudhtreaChery, on the part of their soi disant supporters. A Committee has been sitting upon a petition from Mr. Moffatt, against the return of Mr. Somes for Dartmouth, and has terminated its labours by resolving,
March 24, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
livateot Entrltigettre.

livateot Entrltigettre.

livateot LONDON, MARCH 24, 1845. MAIL PROM INDIA.—The Southampton portion of 'the last Calcutta mail is expected on the 27th, and the passengers will most probably lima on the 28th. It is a subject of great annoyance and surprise that not a single Madras paper or letter that we c
March 24, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Pat liatitrmary 13rocrainp-.

Pat liatitrmary 13rocrainp-.

HOUSE or LOADS. INDEX. I.—lrish Constabulary. I 2.—Jewish 0%11 Dinbilitics. I.—IRISH CONSTABULARY. An Irish Constabulary topic was discussed in the House of Lords. The Marquis of NORMAN BY moved " for a return of the appointment of the Deputy Inspector General of Constabulary in
March 24, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

______ • Ainslie, H., Esq., Fort William, to Isabella, d. of Z. Tbanlianty Esq., lute of Stirling, March 18 . Brooke, Capt. F. C., - Bengal N. 1., to Catherine, d. of IL. Drake, Esq, March 25 . • Campbell, D. 11., Esq., son of the late IL, Esq., to Marianne, d. of the late P. Gr
April 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
PARCELS PROM ENGLAND TO INDIA. rpm Undersigned, under arrangement with the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, forward Parcels to

PARCELS PROM ENGLAND TO INDIA. rpm Undersigned, under arrangement with the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, forward Parcels to

India at very reduced rates, whereby the community in India will receive the full benefit of steam communication at the lowest possible cost. Parcels transmitted through their Ager.ts to England are, on arrival, cleared and forwarded to the address at dtritling charge beyond act
April 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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[APML 7,184 e.

April 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
[SunscninEns now receiving "TimE MONTHLY Tn[Es," via Madras and Calcutta, but who would prefer it sent by Bombay, and will

[SunscninEns now receiving "TimE MONTHLY Tn[Es," via Madras and Calcutta, but who would prefer it sent by Bombay, and will

express such desire by letter, post-paid, to J. T. Bell, Esq., Bombay, will attention paid to their requests.]
April 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England