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- • TO OFFICERS, CIVIL AND MILITARY, IN TEE EAST INDIA SERVICE. ENGLISH GENTLEMAN, a Journal of Sixty-four Columns, published

- • TO OFFICERS, CIVIL AND MILITARY, IN TEE EAST INDIA SERVICE. ENGLISH GENTLEMAN, a Journal of Sixty-four Columns, published

every Saturday, appropriates a larger portion of space to Indian affairs than any other weekly general Newspaper in England. The Indian department of the Journal is under the especial superintendence of the author of 4 B&W/ or OFFICE, No. 4. BRYDGES-STREET. STRAND.
July 24, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THRESHER'S INDIA GAIRE WAISTCOATS. MANUFACTURED expressly for INDIA, and stron g ly recommended by all medical men, as the most

THRESHER'S INDIA GAIRE WAISTCOATS. MANUFACTURED expressly for INDIA, and stron g ly recommended by all medical men, as the most

effectual preventative of the innumerable diseases which arise from check of perspirtion, to which - the residents in warm climates are so particularly liable. This important manufacture possesses all the adva n t ages , without the inconvenience of flannel waistcoats; the textu
July 24, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
of time necessarily occupied in the transmission of goods out and home. The existence of two routes—one being (in time)

of time necessarily occupied in the transmission of goods out and home. The existence of two routes—one being (in time)

four times as long as the other, also has its effect. We do not point to this as the cause of the recent, and forper, embarrassments of the India trade. It has others scarcely, if at all, less formidable. The extent and the uncertain nature of the staple business of cultivating
April 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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WAR OFFICE, MARcu 31 Ist Dragoon Guards—To be Captains by purchase—Lieutenant L. Little, vice Power, who retires; Lieutenant W. Tuthill, vice Newland, who retires. To be Lieutenants by purchase—Cornet M. Fenwick, vice Little; Cornet J. R. S. Sayer, vice Tuthill. To be Cornets by
April 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
mined on a pitched battle with the Austrians, and has made his head-quarters at Alexandria, on the frontiers of Piedmont,

mined on a pitched battle with the Austrians, and has made his head-quarters at Alexandria, on the frontiers of Piedmont,

preparatory to an engagement. He has not yet assumed the title of King of Lombardy as well as that of Sardinia, as he was not sufficiently acquainted with the true state of feeling among the Milanese. Venice has separated itself from Austria, and formed a Provisional Government.
April 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
TIM MONTHLY TIMES. MONEY MARKET.

TIM MONTHLY TIMES. MONEY MARKET.

The public Funds are languid in the extreme. The Spanish marriage question, and the Irish Famine are the all-absorbing topics in the City. Consols 9.1 f. Exchequer Bills, 14s prem. Bills drawn by the East India Company. Corn. Bills at E.l.C's ills. Amount of 60 days sight at 60
September 24, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE MONTHLY TIMES. Gratral)//ontr

THE MONTHLY TIMES. Gratral)//ontr

ENGLAND. COURT AND FASHIONABLE. HER MAJESTY'S MARINE EXCURSION. The Queen reached Jersey at half-past six o'clock on the 3d of September. On her arrival, her Majesty and the Prince Consort made a progress through the loyal town of St. HoHers, and on through the country some few
September 24, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ,PRINCE OP WALES.

THE ,PRINCE OP WALES.

The Prince of Wales begins to figure in the newspapers. For a child between four and five years old, he is not "as little Prince as may be," but as great and renowned as may be. When the royal yacht was off Guernsey, his Royal llighness caught an eel, himself holding the rod and
September 24, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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September 24, 1846 - Monthly Times - London, London, England