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(Snit Sharian Ciffairgi.

(Snit Sharian Ciffairgi.

LATEST DATES FROM INDIA AND CHINA. Calcutta, July 10; Bombay, July 1; Madras, July 14; China, ,Tune 24. VETERINARY SURGEONS IN THE COMPANY'S SERVICE. The subjoined article appeared in a recent number of the United Service Gazette. Since its publication we have heard that the mem
August 24, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
117 British colonies have not hitherto, in their official correspondence with the governor and authorities, been usually addressed by the

117 British colonies have not hitherto, in their official correspondence with the governor and authorities, been usually addressed by the

title to which their rank in their own Church would appear to give them a just claim Formerly there were obvious reasons for this practice; but as Parliament has, by a recent Act (that relating to charitable bequests in Ireland), formally recognised the rank of the Irish Roman C
August 24, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1848.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1848.

ness and willingness to give their minds and their time to the task, then, we undertake to say those who form the really dangerous portion of the Chartists—viz., the suffering and the unemployed—will be withdrawn from the cause of confusion to that of order; whilst it will be re
June 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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June 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL COMPANY.

THE PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL COMPANY.

The usual half-yearly meeting of the proprietors of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company was held last week to receive the fifteenth report of the court of directors for the half year ending the 31st of March last. i From this document t appears that the insuranc
June 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
APPOINTMENTS.

APPOINTMENTS.

Commander—Charles F. Newland to Ranger. Lieutenants—H. H. Mgt. Page to Ranger; Charles Bromley to Bellerophon; G. 0. Willes, son of the late Capt. Willes, of the Vanguard, to command Spitfire, vice Macdonald. Masters—James T. Russell confirmed to Seringapatam; P. B. Roberts to C
June 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
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June 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
TUE TXGHT HOOT. [From the Chronicle.]

TUE TXGHT HOOT. [From the Chronicle.]

"The charge of the Morning Post against C the common people of England,' that they have no reverence,' was remarkably well timed for illustrations of the causes of that fact, in so far as it is a fact, and not a calumny. People bow not the more profoundly before a mitre for its
November 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE MONTHLY TIMES. SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.

THE MONTHLY TIMES. SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.

A WELL-SEASONED OLD SUOSER.—The Castellano of Madrid. states that a priest of Rivadavia has just died at the age of 112. This man, during the latter }Tars of his life, made seven meals a-day, smoked in the same period twenty-four cigarettes, and took half an ounce of snuff. The
November 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
iirobinciat Intriligenrc.

iirobinciat Intriligenrc.

THE SPECIAL COMMISSIONS. The special commission, appointed to try the prisoners committed for offences in Staffordshire during the late disturbances, was opened as named in our last number, on Saturday the Ist ult. The judges were Chief Justice Tindal, Mr. Baron Rolfe, and Mr. B
November 4, 1842 - Monthly Times - London, London, England