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TASSELS SPOAAY WITH.

TASSELS SPOAAY WITH.

The St George, Stewart, Leghorn to Gleeriow, was spoken with•2llth ult., off Cape de Gatt, by the Melville, arrived at Plymouth. Harmony, Clyde to Calcutta, sth December, lat. 3n. S., by the Cambridge, Brown, arrived at Cape of Good Hope. Julius. 1101 m, at Copenhagen 19th ult.
5 February 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
111Leils tondo lip LEA Pub la Lark. I lard.

111Leils tondo lip LEA Pub la Lark. I lard.

tondo lip LEA Pub Lark. I lard. tvory Neptune. Twice every Narrated. Twin January 17. Cut day In I Ovienul. every month. I January S. Ise Tuesday W I month. Jammer, 7. lot Wednekdayl. In month.' let end 15th d+ Doc month. every Jai...017. and Path, meet. Dee. ery month, I January
5 February 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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5 February 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AM IN TILE PI. tCE WHERE I AM DEMANDED OF CONSCIENCE TO SPEAK TILE Tam, AND THEREFORE TILE TRUTH I

AM IN TILE PI. tCE WHERE I AM DEMANDED OF CONSCIENCE TO SPEAK TILE Tam, AND THEREFORE TILE TRUTH I

SPEAK, IMPUGN IT WHOSO LIST."—JOHN KNOX.
5 February 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TIIE rAcrony BILL

TIIE rAcrony BILL

TIIE BILL The following letter has been addressed by Lord Ashley to the Short-time Committees of Cheshire, Lancashire, sod Yorkshire " London, February 2.1842. " Cornaugs,—lt is with the deepest regret that I am obliged to Renounce to you, that Sir Robert Peel has silt sified his
9 February 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ELGIN.

ELGIN.

We give elsewhere a full account of the pewee& ings of the Elgin Presbytery at its meeting on Wed. nesday last, to moderate in a call to Mr Francis Wylie, presentee to the pariah of F.lgin. The account we give is drawn up in port from the Balmer, but chiefly from the E/gin Coatr
9 February 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CUUICII

CUUICII

Treasurer D LK called the attention of the Canoed to the fact. that meetings bad been held in rations of the city therrhea and others were Jut to be held, in order to discuss those goestions which were at present agitating the Church of Scotland, and also, in order to form what
9 February 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
selves fur their vocal self-denial by stirring up all that is within them more devotedly to praise. By all means,

selves fur their vocal self-denial by stirring up all that is within them more devotedly to praise. By all means,

however, let them in their fashion sing. lint we do beg all who are able, to try a tenor, or a corurter (that is a rare voice), or a bass. There will always be found in every large congregation a few, or rather we might perhaps say not a few, fond of music, and able to acquire s
22 December 1841 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BIRMINGHAM.

BIRMINGHAM.

Tuesday Night, Twelve o'clock.—The town is free from any violence, but there has bees a good deal of feverish anzietv felt by the inhabitants. The Chartista met at deo o'clock this afternoon at Daddeston Row, near the railway station, and were dispersed by the magistrates and po
27 August 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO THE EDITOR OP THE. DITNERD.

TO THE EDITOR OP THE. DITNERD.

Sia,--Au article has appeared in several of the newspaper., stating that the period of Queen hlary's first at Leith was the 20th of August 1581 (it shonld In 1361), and that, by adding the difference of the old and sew styles, it corresponds to the 314 August, the day appointed
27 August 1842 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland