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Literature,

Literature,

Raphael; or Pages in the Book of Life at Twenty. By ALPHONSE DE LANIARTINE. Parker. Happy phrases are often stumbled on through alliteration, and the "school of sin and sentiment" is one of them. It aptly designates that class of writing which represents love as a mere ethereal
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Martino anb. Meatbo.

Martino anb. Meatbo.

Martino anb . Meatbo. MARRIAGES. On the 15th of November, at Masulipatam, Lieut. E. WALKER, 47th Regiment M.N.1., son of J. WALKER, Esq., formerly M.P. for Aldborough, to CAROLINE AMELIA, daughter of the late W. H. GEORGE, Esq., of Halesworth, Norfolk. On the 28th ult., at Dougla
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
 
litinotitg.

litinotitg.

ARRIVALS. (Between the 24th of January and 7th of February.) From Calcutta.—The Pilgrim, Jan. 26; the Scindeon, Jan. 21; the Robert Pulsford, Jan. 28; the Loharee, Jan. 30; the Joseph Sanderson. From Dombay.—The Minerva. From Madras.—The Sharp, Jan. 26. From China.—The Ursula, J
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
COSTS OF AN ACTION

COSTS OF AN ACTION

V. DicKsoN.—This came on at the sittings in banco of the Common Pleas on Saturday. On a former day Mr. Sergeant Shee obtained a rule nisi, calling on the plaintiff to show cause why this action should not be stayed until the costs of a former action, amounting to £4OB 10s.—broug
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
iforrign 00330. FRANCE.

iforrign 00330. FRANCE.

iforrign FRANCE. The opposition of the Assembly to the Cabinet becomes more marked every day. The two powers are now committed to a mortal struggle, and each seeks eagerly the death of the other. The President appears inclined to view the contest with indifference. His sang-froid
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
"There is a Providence doth shape our ends, Roughen them how we will presented with such singular force. From the

"There is a Providence doth shape our ends, Roughen them how we will presented with such singular force. From the

first, far-seeing people foresaw that the Republic could not stand, and that it would, probably, be superseded by the restoration of legitimate monarchy; but not the most sanguine anticipated that its downfal could be so near as it now inevitably is, and not the wildest dared ho
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England