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THE PAPAL STATES.

THE PAPAL STATES.

Letters from Rome, of the 20th ult. announce the arrival of Cardinal Castracini, Bishop of Palestirna, from Portici. The municipality of Velletri has presented General Fernando de Cordova with the right of citizenship. On the night of the 21st six robbers broke into a house at C
February 5, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXTE - NsION OF THE ORDER OF DEACONS. TRE o l f n tre . iltA ces oNS and PRIESTS

EXTE - NsION OF THE ORDER OF DEACONS. TRE o l f n tre . iltA ces oNS and PRIESTS

8 11 ,„„:"R CHURCH of ENGLAND COMPARED ; with for the Extension of the Order of Deacons, and the A of an Order of Sub-deacons. By WILLIAM M.A., Archdeacon of London. . Paul's Churchyard arid Waterloo -place, t bay is Published, Vol I. Bvo., 10s. lid., °L MAROMET and HIS SUCCESSO
February 5, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

The Pacha, steamer, Capt. Weeks, has brought the Peninsular mail, with letters from Lisbon of the 9th inst. The principal subject of interest is the tumultuous scene which took place in the Chamber of Peers on the sth inst. It appears that Count Lavradio questioned Count Thomar
February 16, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
grown sugar from Cuba and Brazil. For the sake of saving Id. per in. in sugar, the West Indian proprietors

grown sugar from Cuba and Brazil. For the sake of saving Id. per in. in sugar, the West Indian proprietors

were to be ruined. The resolution he had to move was—" That import duties varying from 5 to 10 per cent. are at present levied on manufactured articles of foreign nations; we ask, therefore, for the same measure of jus'Ace fur our agricultural produce." The Rev. F. H. S. Menteat
January 5, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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March 23, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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THE ESPECIAL PATRONAGE OF HER S c‘MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. u CIETY for GENERAL ASSURANCE on LIVES.—The ROYAL NAVAL,

THE ESPECIAL PATRONAGE OF HER S c‘MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. u CIETY for GENERAL ASSURANCE on LIVES.—The ROYAL NAVAL,

MILITARY, EAST 13 and GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Wa terloo-place, London. DIRECTORS. tiIAIRMAN.--Col. Sir FRED ERI C SMITH, K.H.K.H, F.R.S., R.E. RPIT Ty CHAIRMAN. JAMES FREDERIC NUGENT Ad nairal th DANIELL, Esq e Honourable' Major General Arnold, K.H., G. Cockburn, G.C.B.
March 23, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TRADE REPORT—FRIDAY EVENING. SUGAR—The market has closed to-day with a little more firmness. and in some case the prices obtained

TRADE REPORT—FRIDAY EVENING. SUGAR—The market has closed to-day with a little more firmness. and in some case the prices obtained

were rather more in favour of the seller. COFFEE—There was a good attendance at the sales, but th ere wa s a great great want of confidence manifested in the biddings,anp the market closed with a very d u ll appearance. . There is no change the quotations for native d e s c ript
March 23, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLZGEIVCE. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.

LAW INTELLZGEIVCE. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.

EX PARTE BUNTON V. BISHOP OF BATH . 7 .. 1;7 H - W . R . LI.S.-IN RE -.....-- BUNTON V. CRRESWELL, CLERK. This was an application against the Bishop of Bath and Wells, calling on him to show cause why he should not pay over a sum of money claimed by Mr. Bunton under the foilowin
February 28, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
REDUCTION OF RENT.

REDUCTION OF RENT.

The Earl of Castlestuart has made a reduction of 15 per cent, on all rents due on his Tyrone estate at September last, and which have Rot been paid to the present. This abatement was unsolicited by the tenantry. THE NAVY. CAPTAIN AUSTIN'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION. The appointments of s
February 28, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARRIAUES.

MARRIAUES.

Jan. 24, at St. John's, New Brunswick, Frederick 'Whatley Wood, Esq., Manager of the Bank of British North America, to Frances Botsford, youngest daughter of the late Hon. George Henry Hazen. Jan. 29, at Findon, William Elphick, Esq., of Steyning, to Sarah Elizabeth, elde.t daug
February 21, 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England