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CONSTA N TINE.

CONSTA N TINE.

In the absence of important Continental news, the following sketch of the above city will be interesting to some of our readers, more especially at a time when the circumstances connected with it capture b.. the French is fresh in the memory of the reading portion of the communi
November 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
STAFF.

STAFF.

Major Edward Charletod, of the 61t Regiment of Foot, to be Deputy Adjutant-General to the troops serving in he island of Ceylon (with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel In the Army), vice Walker, appointed to the 21st Regiment of Foot. Dated Nov. 17, 1837. Commissions signed by the
November 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE. Speech on the Ballot, delivered at a public Meeting at the Guildhall, Lincoln, Oct. 26, 1837. by CHARLES HENRY

LITERATURE. Speech on the Ballot, delivered at a public Meeting at the Guildhall, Lincoln, Oct. 26, 1837. by CHARLES HENRY

CHURCHILL, Esq., late Colonel in the Spanish Service. Loudon: Saunders and Otley. - Immediately after. its delivery we called the at-. tention of our readers to this speech. As the question of the ifillot is pethaps one of the interestinw whivn now engages pul.lic attention, !ac
November 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONDUN MARKETS.Nov. 17.

LONDUN MARKETS.Nov. 17.

CORN EXCHANGE. This week there are tolerably good supplies of both gain and flour. The wheat trade remains dull at the rates of Monday. Barley, except prime for malting, is extremely heavy in sale, and again lower. Beans and peas are firm at last quotatons. .The oat trade is sla
November 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
.I)I)RESS OFFICE, 59,• Great Queeti-itreet, Line.ln's-inn-flelds.—Notice is hereby given, that the above 'Lee on account of the daily INCREASE of

.I)I)RESS OFFICE, 59,• Great Queeti-itreet, Line.ln's-inn-flelds.—Notice is hereby given, that the above 'Lee on account of the daily INCREASE of

ADVERTISEcNTS, the only medium through which even the most trifling is now effected, however inconvenient and disagreeable it 4 be to the parties advertising, is now OPEN for the RECEPCIN of LETTERS to ADVERTISEMENTS, as the only means 4 bviating that annoyance. The strictest se
November 18, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
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RICE 4d dered, and that Government had taen no more n—ice of it than if he had been a lead dog. (Cries of "Hear, hear '') Now, really was that a statement th Colonel Conolly ought to made unle.s he had been perecey certain of the fie ? What was the l et The murder Allen too plac
November 28, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Earl of MULGRAVE said—Not one since he wont to Ireland. The Duke of WELLINGTON proceeded. to Show that, by

The Earl of MULGRAVE said—Not one since he wont to Ireland. The Duke of WELLINGTON proceeded. to Show that, by

the returns of the clerks of the crown and the clerks of the peace, the number of committals were considerably more than those stated in the official returns. That in fact they amounted to 14 thousand more than the official returns. He thought the House of Lords was bound to . h
November 28, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
BRUSSELS.

BRUSSELS.

By the Dutch and Flanders mail we received the Brussels papers, from which we extract the following "[lie Moniteur Beige of this day contains a circular of the Minister of Justice, addressed to the deputations of the provincial councils, relative to the establishment and superin
November 28, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
GENERAL F AND MANUFACTI:

GENERAL F AND MANUFACTI:

55, DEAN-STREE' " PAM FLIES Pm.ll: above Established 'tides are sold at prices paid to quality. The following short which will be derived IJ goods ordered of him and exchange such as ar Toilet Cans, ss. 6d.; Toilet Set—Water Can, 5 TIN GOODS. Thock.tin dish covers, tht Best ditt
November 28, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England
 
DEVONSHIRE REFORM DINNER.

DEVONSHIRE REFORM DINNER.

• (Abridged from the North Devon Journal.) This great festival was held on Wednesday at Ilfracombe Rboms. From an early hour of the morni ng horsemen began to pour in from the s ur r oun di ng district, and at twelve a large body of Reformers left II- fracombe, and proceeded as
October 4, 1837 - Morning Gazette - London, London, England