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, . the House not to infringe the compact entered with the Irish Parliament. - The Bishop of EXETER thanked

, . the House not to infringe the compact entered with the Irish Parliament. - The Bishop of EXETER thanked

Lord Pitzwilliam for eliciting the Duke of Wellington's admirable remarks. He denounced the spoliation advised by Lord Fitzkllliam; and observed, that if the. Church were robbed, Lord Fitiwillitun, a noble ,earl, and a noble marquis near him, must be made to disgorge the enormou
6 April 1844 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
rOthiflti.

rOthiflti.

I I ; 7,1 OF Nii.----41t a clalde meeting at Sloane-terrace held on Dçl loh, the Rey. Mr. depichyl tae present position .and- wants.of the multitudes •of..'l!Visl4. l e. who had followed the ministers in their movement. - • lie that there were • 470 secnding ministers, and 787 s
6 April 1844 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
• . . • •NA OINTO.4IIIat SU PERS kW pvnity ,GENTLEMAN MAY NOV FOR A FEW Skillings, a mist and

• . . • •NA OINTO.4IIIat SU PERS kW pvnity ,GENTLEMAN MAY NOV FOR A FEW Skillings, a mist and

effectual protection thericimitades of die weather. hy *dug h* prepaned by the New Winerreviog for rendering all kinds of full.es thoroughly iMperviotts to *et, without inspeding* the eteape of perspiration, or in by way altering the appearance or Mandalay of the .Cloth. ' lists
6 April 1844 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
3SCOTLAND.III

3SCOTLAND.III

Mr. Graham . Speirs, the princi:pal sheriff of Edinburgh, died on Christmas-day. His complaint was typhus superinduced on influenzit, and very general regret is expressed at his loss. In early life he was in the navy, was pusecl at, the bar 41.1820, and in 1840 received his appo
7 January 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
PR. HAMPDEN.

PR. HAMPDEN.

THE die is cast. So far as the fact of election is concerned, Dr. Hampden is now bishop of Hereford. It will be seen, from the detailed report of the proceedings, that, of the Members of the Chapter, twenty-eight in number, sixteen voted. In favour of Dr. Hampden there were thre
7 January 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

LORD HARDINGE. —Henry, Viscount Hardinge, one of the most distinguished of the companions of the immortal Wellington, is the grandson of Nicholas Hardinge, long the chief clerk to the House of Commoris, and eminently distinguished for his attain. ments in constitutional la His H
7 January 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. PASSAGE FROM CALCUTTA. MADRAS AND CEYLON TO EUROPE BY THE OVERLAND MAIL CONVEYANCE. _

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. PASSAGE FROM CALCUTTA. MADRAS AND CEYLON TO EUROPE BY THE OVERLAND MAIL CONVEYANCE. _

The Company's Steamers ;d 7 ;;;Ce; 7 e - ry month, from ALEXANDRIA for MALTA, GIBRA LT A 11, and SOUTHAMPTON. as soon as the Mails and Passengers from arrive at Alexandria. On arriving at Suez, travellers should apply to the Compaurs agent there, Capt. Lindguist, 11.C.5., and av
7 January 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
EVERYTHING for the TOILET at ,lIECHI'S Manufactory, 4, Leadenhall-street Superior hair, nail, tooth, shaving, and flesh brushes, clothes, and hat

EVERYTHING for the TOILET at ,lIECHI'S Manufactory, 4, Leadenhall-street Superior hair, nail, tooth, shaving, and flesh brushes, clothes, and hat

brushes, combs, washing and shaving soaps, various nail and corn instruments, razors, razor-strop and paste, and shaving powder, ladies and gentlemen's: dressing-cases, with or without fittings, in russia leather, maho ga ny, rosewood, and japan ware, ladies' companions and pock
7 January 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
No. 18. j THE _MONTHLY TIMES. NOVEMBER 8, 1847. Ocitcrai 1-:-Itinlnarr.

No. 18. j THE _MONTHLY TIMES. NOVEMBER 8, 1847. Ocitcrai 1-:-Itinlnarr.

No. 18. j THE _MONTHLY TIMES. NOVEMBER 8, 1847. Ocitcrai ON the eve of the departure of the last mail, we stopped the press to announce that the Bank had made known they were ready to advance money on good security at 8 per cent. The correspondence which had passed between her Ma
8 November 1847 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
BAVARIA.

BAVARIA.

At the sitting of the Bavarian Chamber of Deputies held on the 19th Oct., a motion for the total abolition of lotteries was made, and unanimously adopted. The Minister ofJustice announced that the new code of laws for Bavaria was so far advanced that it might be presented during
8 November 1847 - Monthly Times - London, London, England