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son I do, my lord, contend that they be called upon to give an explanation of this deviation from the

son I do, my lord, contend that they be called upon to give an explanation of this deviation from the

acts of Parliament at present in force." INDIA Missiox.—On Saturday fortnight the annual meeting of the Aberdeen Auxiliary to the Ladies' Association in connection with the Church of Scotland India Mission, was held in the Assembly-rooms, the Rev. Dr. Mearns in the chair. The at
February 7, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
General Z.-'itutniarv.

General Z.-'itutniarv.

At the time of the 'departure of the last mail for India, the Ministry was in some perplexity regarding a new First Lord Of the Admiialty. The difficulty did not lie so much in finding a proper man, as in making a judicious selection from a number of suitable individuals. It was
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE gziGnsn MAIL.

THE gziGnsn MAIL.

THE MAIL. 4MES INIADDEN, ORIENTAL BOOKu SELLER, PUBLISHER, and GENERAL EAST INDIA AGENT, 8, LEADINIIALL-STREET, LOlipON. James Madden begs leave to announce to gentlemen interested In the East, that he especially devotes his attention to the publication and sale of works connecte
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
interests, to ourselves—still, it is only a tribe; and in that fact lies the moral certainty of his final failure,

interests, to ourselves—still, it is only a tribe; and in that fact lies the moral certainty of his final failure,

The population around him, to say the least, stand neuter in the struggle. They can feel no reluctance to be brought back from under the the novel and galling yoke of a sect of persecuting fanatics, to an ancient empire, which, under all its dynasties— Persian, Affghan, Mogul, a
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

The second legislative session of the Portuguese Cortes, elected after the protocol, was opened by Queen Donna Maria in person on the 2d inst., on which occasion her Most Catholic Majesty delivered a speech, the main paragraphs of which related to the Pope "It was with profound
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
LADIES' RIDING HABITS,

LADIES' RIDING HABITS,

LADIES re;idin p i - in INDIA and the COLONIES are respectfully informed that the above elegant Equestrian Costume may be made to fit perfectly, by a tight-fitting cotton body with a sleeve, and the exact size of waist on tape, being forwarded per Overland Mail to UNDERWOOD and
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
PRINCESS'S THEATRE.

PRINCESS'S THEATRE.

"Marie," an opera by Herold, that has not been previously heard in this country, was brought out by Mr. Maddo on Thursday night, its reputation abroad reasonably suggesting the notion to the manager of giving it an English embodiment. Herold, long one of the objects _of Parisian
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH MAIL.

THE ENGLISH MAIL.

of Ban, he has been the pillar of the Illyrian party in Hungary during the late troubles." At Gratz he met with another remarkable man, the Archduke John of Avstria : "Here we found the Archduke, with the Countess Brandhof, his consort by a left-handed marriage, and his son, Cou
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
FAMED THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE.

FAMED THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE.

TT 0 LL - a - Dropsy. — Extract of a letter from Mr. William Gardner, of Hanging Houghton, Northamptonshire, dated September 14, 1847 " To Professor Holloway. " Sir,—l before informed you that my wife had been, tapped thre times for the Dropsy, but by the blessing of God upon yo
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT WAKLEY SQUABBLE.

THE GREAT WAKLEY SQUABBLE.

WAKLEY V. HEALEY AND ANOTHER.—This was an action for a libel contained in the Medical Times, of which the defendants were the responsible editors and proprietors. The case was tried at the sitting after Michaelmas term at Guildhall, before the Lord Chief Baron, and a general ver
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England