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PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

Private letters from Evora (Portugal) state, that never in the memory of man was the province of Alemtejo, the principal agricultural district of Portugal, blessed with so abundant a harvest as the present. The crop lately saved is sufficient to support the entire population of
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
,fnrrign anb Kntriligritrt. FRANCE.

,fnrrign anb Kntriligritrt. FRANCE.

,fnrrign anb FRANCE. ' The Paris papers of Sunday are chiefly occupied with the sentences passed on Satarday on General Cubieres, and: MM. Teste and Parrnentier, by the Court of Peers. The Union illonarehique observes that, "Now that the sentences are past, the partizans of Gover
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
BELGIUM.

BELGIUM.

The ministerial crisis, which still continues to excite great interest, will probably soon be over. Although the liberal journals, and especially 1 . Observateur, express themselves decidedly against a mixed cabinet, it may, nevertheless, be conjectured that the King will first
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

ABERDEEN.—The expectation of a tug between two liberals, has set the Conservatives on the qui rive, but the second liberal being still in embryo, the tertiary party are "biding their time." AY BURGHS.—LOid James Stuart has issued his address—no opposition. COUNTY OF FIFE. —We ha
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
THE LATE ATTEMPT TO ROB THE POSTMAN.— On Tuesday Her Majesty-'i free pardon, in addition to the reward of 3001.,

THE LATE ATTEMPT TO ROB THE POSTMAN.— On Tuesday Her Majesty-'i free pardon, in addition to the reward of 3001.,

was offered to any accomplice who will give such information as will lead to the apprehension of his confederates in the late atrocious attempt on the Lombard-street letter-carrier. THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. One day last week a lady took a first-class ticket, at the Exeter station
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
CIRCULATION REURNS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM.

CIRCULATION REURNS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM.

The circulation returns of the several banks in the United ,Kingdom, for the four weeks ending the 19th June ultimo, as published in the Gazette, when added together, give the following as the average weekly circulation of these banks during the past month, viz: 1. Bank of Engla
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
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- principles of freedom of electiou, it is my intention to offer my-se)f as a Candidate for the high honour of representing' you in the House of Commons, and to solicit the favousr of your suffrages. In aspiring to become one of your representatives I am not actuated by motives o
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
MEETING TO SUPPORT THE RADICAL CANDIDATES. –

MEETING TO SUPPORT THE RADICAL CANDIDATES. –

MEETING TO SUPPORT THE RADICAL CANDIDATES. - _ A meeting of those electors of the City who are inclined to support Lord John Russell, Sir George Larpent, M. Patteson, and Baron Lionel de Rothschild, the Whig candidates, at the coming election, was held on Tuesday, at the London T
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
BRIDPORT ELECTION.

BRIDPORT ELECTION.

The following correspondence has taken place between Mr. R. Ebdon, and the Hon. Edward Petre, one of the canditates for the representation of Brid-. port :
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
moval of obstructions, and securing of perfect freedom, the better for the community • because the result of legislative i

moval of obstructions, and securing of perfect freedom, the better for the community • because the result of legislative i

n tervention in the affairs of individuals has in most cases been to put a check upon enterprise, to destroy self-reliance, and to misdirect capital and industry, and among the best laws of recent days are those which have annulled the legislation of former times. _ _ "To bad la
July 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England