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must strongly condemn the system of agitation by which it had been carried, and which was now to be revived

must strongly condemn the system of agitation by which it had been carried, and which was now to be revived

for the purpose of reducing the estimates :- 44 He could not help feeling that an agitation of a popular description had been commenced in this country under very unhappy auspices, and, in his opinion, in a very questionable mode, and for the attainment of a very unquestionable
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
14':etterat Xrtuf:i.

14':etterat Xrtuf:i.

1 4':etterat THE QUEEN'S PROCESSION TO OPEN PARLIAMENT. The second session of the third Parliament summoned during the present reign was opened by her Majesty in person on Thursday. The morning was unusually fine, and at an early hour crowds were seen proceeding from all directio
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Nabal *ntelltantre.

Nabal *ntelltantre.

PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS, FRomoTio - x - s.—Lieutenants G. J. Napier and C. C. Forsyth, to be commanders. Dr. C. A. Anderson and J. Simpson, to be surgeons. W. Ellis, W. H. Bateman, and H. W. Rowlestone, to be paymasters and pursers. APPOINTMENTS—Lieutenants—G. B. K. Gore (fl
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
TEE INSURGENTS OF MAY.

TEE INSURGENTS OF MAY.

TEE INSURGENTS OF The National Assembly has at length (Tuesday, Jan. 23) adopted the bill which sends the parties accused of being the principals or accessories in the attack of the Assembly on the 15th of May for trial before the High Court of Justice of the nation. The debate u
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
 
TELE EAST INDIAN RAILWAY. The East Indian Railway Company has received its roolchsat. Tne India-house has declined having anything more

TELE EAST INDIAN RAILWAY. The East Indian Railway Company has received its roolchsat. Tne India-house has declined having anything more

to say to it. The decision is merciless and relentless. There is no more hope for it now than if the inscription over the portals of the great house in Leadenhall-street resembled that which, according to Dante, appears over the gates of another hope-de,stroying place. The Court
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England