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LORD STANLEY'S PROTEST AGAINST SIR ROBERT PEEL'S CORN BILL.

LORD STANLEY'S PROTEST AGAINST SIR ROBERT PEEL'S CORN BILL.

1. Because the Repeal of the Corn-laws will greatly increase the dependence of this country upon tbreign countries for its supply of food, and will thereby expose it to dangers against which former statesmen have thought it essential to take legislative precautions. 2. Because t
July 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Gencral Vome gittelligestre.

Gencral Vome gittelligestre.

ENGLAND. COURT AND FASHIONABLE. The Ministerial crisis 1;;OVe - in'Tiiin the quiet of Osborne House, and led to the departure of the Court for London sooner perhaps than would otherwise have been the case. Sir Robert Peel waited upon the Queen on the 27th of June, with the tende
July 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
HOLLAND.

HOLLAND.

The King of the Netherlands has ordered one division of the squadron now assembled at Flushing to sail to the United States, and if necessary to the Mexican coast. Another division will proceed Batavia, and the third will cruise off Alexandria.
July 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
MHE OMBROSOME, or PATENT 1 PORTABLE SHOWER BATH, especially adapted for travelling and exportation. SHOWN Al IN USE. a—The case

MHE OMBROSOME, or PATENT 1 PORTABLE SHOWER BATH, especially adapted for travelling and exportation. SHOWN Al IN USE. a—The case

forming the lower portion of the Bath, with the shifting lining or rim. b—The lid removed from its hinges in which is fixed a fug, to stand on whilst dry-rubbing. c—The Bath packed in its ease, 24in. bv 14 in., and 7 in. deep, for travelling. By this bath an inexhaustible shower
July 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
WILKINSON'S NEW REGULATION SWORD , AS APPROVED BY THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, AND DEPOSITED (BY AUTHORITY) AS A PATTERN FOR OTHERS TO

WILKINSON'S NEW REGULATION SWORD , AS APPROVED BY THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, AND DEPOSITED (BY AUTHORITY) AS A PATTERN FOR OTHERS TO

IMITATE. WILKINSON and SON, GUN and SWORD MANUFACTURERS, are most happy to find that their exertions have at length obtained a good Sword for the Army, and that others are compelled to adopt some kind of proof in imitation of the one they have established . . of their Time exten
July 7, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY, FEB. 16.

TUESDAY, FEB. 16.

THE CHANCELLOR OP THE EXCHEQUER AND THE bum RAILWAYS.—The •CHANCELLOR of the Ex- CHEQUER entered into some explanations of the calculations he had used on a former evening, and which had been impugned by Mr. Disraeli in his speech of the preceding night. Mr. Disraeli, he said, w
February 24, 1847 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Nabal Entelligence.

Nabal Entelligence.

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN TUE NAVY.—Copy of the orders given by the Admiralty to officers to submit to the Commander-in-Chief at the ports ; for his approval, crimes that require corporal punishment. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, Feb. 15, 1847 :—" To Admiral Sir Ch
February 24, 1847 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

Some incursions were made by General Freytag upon the Tchetehenses, in the Caucasus, towards the latter end of December. The General, having left Fort Grosnaia at the head of several battalions, destroyed several villages, and set fire to a part of the stores of corn and hay, of
February 24, 1847 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
tonion emettess.

tonion emettess.

DOWNING-STREET, FEB. 9. The Queen has been pleased to appoint A. E. Shelley, Esq., to be Assistant-Auditor-General of Accounts for tie island of Mauritius. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, FEB. 9. Corps of Royal Engineers—Brev.-Alej. C. Wright to be Lieut.-Col. vice Reid, placed on the Secon
February 24, 1847 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
. . . HENRY HART, ARMY CLOTHIER, AND TAILOR, PALL MALL, LONDON. Officer, ftrtwarding their Orders t U. H. ma

. . . HENRY HART, ARMY CLOTHIER, AND TAILOR, PALL MALL, LONDON. Officer, ftrtwarding their Orders t U. H. ma

depend upon having every Articlo strictly correct as to Regulations. • 1. From the bottom of the Collar to the Hip 9. Length of Waistcoat from to:, of Ow batons. Shoulder. 2. From Collar to the bottom of Coat. 10. Length of Breeches. from the top of the 3. From middle of the Doc
February 24, 1847 - Monthly Times - London, London, England