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AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

Private letters from Vienna announce that the Austrian Government are about to follow the example of Great Britain, and adopt an uniform rate of postage. According to the present system, there are seven classes or rates of postage, varying from 2 to 14 kreutzers, according to th
May 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Vrobintiai PA iorrilang.

Vrobintiai PA iorrilang.

Mr. Newton Wigney's carriages and horses were brought to the hammer on the 14th ult., by Mr. Ridley, and fetched very good prices. Mr. Craven purchased a pair of white carriage horses for Lady Holland at 130 guineas. A barouche, £130; vis-à-vis, £lOO, Mr. WiFney underwent a seco
May 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIA HOUSE.

EAST INDIA HOUSE.

On the 13th ult. a Court of Directors was held, when the Most Hon. the Marquis of Tweeddale, K.T., was appointed Governor of the Presidency of Fort St. George. The thanks of the Court were voted unanimously to George Lyall, Esq., M.P., Chairman, and Major-General Sir James Law L
May 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
COTTON CULTURE IN INDIA.

COTTON CULTURE IN INDIA.

Colonel Edward Nicholls has published a letter on this subject. We regret we cannot afford space for more than a few of the leading facts and arguments by which he enforces the policy of our promoting the growth of cotton in India. Colonel Nicholls commences by stating, that fro
May 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Sandham Sec. Cap., V. Holcombe; Sec. L. W. H. Cox F. L., v. Sandbam ; B. M. G. B. Frazer

Sandham Sec. Cap., V. Holcombe; Sec. L. W. H. Cox F. L., v. Sandbam ; B. M. G. B. Frazer

L. C., v. Romer, r. f. p.; Sec. Cap. 11. Stow, Cap., v. Fraser; F. L. C. V. Cockburn Sec. Cap., v. Stow; Sec. L. R. O'Connell F. L., v. Cockburn; Sec. Cap. W. Fraser Cap., v. Law, r. f. p. • F. L. F. Wodehouse Sec. Cap., v. Fraser; Sec. L. W. King F. L., v. Wodehouse ; Sec. Cap.
May 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
April 1, 1842.

April 1, 1842.

GRINDLAY, CHRISTIAN, & M EAST INDIA ARMY and GENERAL Cornhill, and East India Rooms, 8, St. Martin' cross, London. Messrs. G., C. and M. have the pleaslng tas' best thanks for the extensive support that hi their Establishment since its formation b: in 1828, and it will be their
May 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Just published rice 125., THE TURKISH INT RPRETER; being a NEW and COMPLETE çRAMMAR of the TURKISH 4 LANGUAGE. By

Just published rice 125., THE TURKISH INT RPRETER; being a NEW and COMPLETE çRAMMAR of the TURKISH 4 LANGUAGE. By

Major ES BOYD. "We cannot hesitate to recojtunend it (the Turkish Interpreter) to all persons to whom such a publication is likely to be useful."—Atlas, April 29, 184 . London: SUITII LDIIII, Vo., 65, Cornhill.
May 6, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
LONDON, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1845.

LONDON, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1845.

annihilation of their separate independence, and look with confidence to the friendly interventions of Great Britain and France. In North America preparations are making for a local struggle which, according to the well-informed " Genevese " correspondent of the Times, is fraugh
January 20, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
clergy in the Repeal agitation. For this course they had the distinct warrant and command of the College of the

clergy in the Repeal agitation. For this course they had the distinct warrant and command of the College of the

Propaganda. It was an awkward fact for Mr. O'Connell: but it was the fact. The document actually issued from Rome; and, what is more, it issued coteniporaneously with, if not in consequence of, the negotiation of an English agent. Mr. William Petre. This was a very sufficient ca
January 20, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Surlougit „fragmento.

Surlougit „fragmento.

TO ROBERT WHIFFLETON, ESQ. DEAR BOB.—It is an immense comfort to the members of our peculiar caste, to find the public warmed to talking-point about our affairs. It lifts us for the moment out of the worse than Cimmerian obscurity in which it is the pleasure of our countrymen to
January 20, 1845 - Monthly Times - London, London, England