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266 to have seriously damaged a dynasty, how can it be supposed that the small vitality of Whiggism can resist

266 to have seriously damaged a dynasty, how can it be supposed that the small vitality of Whiggism can resist

these damaging instances of nepotism? Mr. Wyse secretary for the Board of Control of the Affairs of India. But we will be bound to say that he was never permitted to pen one line, or take one resolve, relative to the affairs of India. The Board of Control is, in reality, a sinec
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE CAMPAIGN IN THE PITNJAUB.

THE CAMPAIGN IN THE PITNJAUB.

The Morning Chronicle has the following obserVations upon the last intelligence from India : "We have stated our conviction, that, whatever evils may attend this dilatory mode of warfare, it has not been adopted from any supineness or irresolution on the Part of the Governor-Gen
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
about? Austria has regained the province that was her undoubted right, and the war is at an end. The success

about? Austria has regained the province that was her undoubted right, and the war is at an end. The success

of the Austrians is complete; and yet you are going, without the consent of Austria, to negotiate and propose terms by which the King of Sardinia may regain some of the advantages of his most unjust aggression —(Hear, hear). Has the King of Naples asked for your negotiation or a
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
ROME.

ROME.

The Court of Spain has addressed a note to the Catholic powers, soliciting their united action in favour of the Pope. We learn from the Morning Chronicle : "The Government of Spain has communicated a note to the principal Catholic powers of the Continent—Austria, France, Naples,
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
MAYNARD an, , 126, Leadenhallstreet (removed from the Poultry), REGIMENTAL AGENTS and MILITARY OUTFITTERS, provide everything on the most advantageous

MAYNARD an, , 126, Leadenhallstreet (removed from the Poultry), REGIMENTAL AGENTS and MILITARY OUTFITTERS, provide everything on the most advantageous

terms; and offer their aid to all parties requiring supplies from England. HARRIS
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Messrs. Dent .a.n.Cl a;: Messrs. Wm. Dickson and Co Messrs. Thacker, Mason, and C 0...

Messrs. Dent .a.n.Cl a;: Messrs. Wm. Dickson and Co Messrs. Thacker, Mason, and C 0...

Messrs. Dent a;: Messrs. Wm. Dickson and Co Messrs. Thacker, Mason, and C 0... Cape of Good Hope. Sydney. . . Subscriptions to the Agency £l, or twelve rupees, per annum, paid in advance. DENT'S IMPROVED WATCHES and CLOCKS.—E. .7. DENT, Watch and Clock Maker by distinct appointme
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
[VoL. I. ENGAGEMENT OF SHIPS.—The following ships have been engaged for the conveyance of Company's stores: The Phcebe, for Madras,

[VoL. I. ENGAGEMENT OF SHIPS.—The following ships have been engaged for the conveyance of Company's stores: The Phcebe, for Madras,

and the India and Withamby, for Bombay. EMBARKATION OF TROOPS FOR INDIA..—Per Ganges: For Bombay, from Cork, Jan. 6, 200 Queen's troops. Officers—Captain W. I. James; Lieuts. I. T. Twining, R. Du Cane, C. Thompson, R. Mocklen ; Assist.-Surg. W. H. Short. Per Bombay: For Bombay,
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
east *n)3 tan Mato. THE COMMAND OF THE ARMY OF THE

east *n)3 tan Mato. THE COMMAND OF THE ARMY OF THE

east tan Mato. THE COMMAND OF THE ARMY OF THE PUNJAUB. [The following articles from the Times and the Herald are commonly said to "denote a foregone conclusion." Ere this paper reaches India, it is supposed that Sir Joseph Thackwell will be in the command of the army of the Punja
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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