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GREAT STORM.

GREAT STORM.

' A terrific gale from WNW blew, with scarcely any intermission, throughout the whole of last night, and Maly partially abated towards morning, rather freshening as the day advanced. Towards noon this day the storm recom- Menced with every prospect of its continuance. The London
28 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL.

AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL.

Her Majesty's contract steam-packet Queen, Thomas 5. Russell commander, arrived at Southampton yesterday. She left Gibraltar on the 19th inst.; Cadiz, 20th; Lisbon, 22d; Oporto, 23d; and Vigo, 24th. The Queen experienced very moderate weather, and brings but few passengers. LISB
28 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JAN. 27.

JAN. 27.

00, Sunday we were visited by a very heavy sea and strp,pg wind from the north-west, amounting to a gale, which continued throughout the day. The passage to the Continent has not been stopped, but the vessels have ben , longer on their voyage. Her Majesty's packet the Pover arri
28 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY PRESS, OXFORD. Bvo., brice 6s. 64. in sheet, VVAGRII SCHOLASTIC! PIPIIANIENSIS I_A et ex PRiEFECTIS ECCLESIASTIC HISTORIA Libri. Sex.

UNIVERSITY PRESS, OXFORD. Bvo., brice 6s. 64. in sheet, VVAGRII SCHOLASTIC! PIPIIANIENSIS I_A et ex PRiEFECTIS ECCLESIASTIC HISTORIA Libri. Sex.

Ex recensione H. Valesii. Mint Edition, Three Vols. v o price I/. in sheets, HOOHER , S ECCLESIASTICAL POLITY, and other Works, with 'his Life by Walton, and Additions. Arranged by the Rev. John Keble, M.A. Two Vols. 8vo„ price lels. in sheets, HOOKER'S WORKS (without Keble's No
28 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
In 12m0., price 39. 6d. cloth, riIHE BEGINNEIt'S FRENCH BOOK . 1 Life of Alfred the Great, from Rapin's History;

In 12m0., price 39. 6d. cloth, riIHE BEGINNEIt'S FRENCH BOOK . 1 Life of Alfred the Great, from Rapin's History;

with a Grammatical Vocabulary of all the Words as they occur in the Wor)r ; to which is added, a Dictionary of the Genders of the French Nouns, a Series of Exercises thereon. By N. LAMBERT, ;Member of the Philological Society of Paris, &c. Also, for Young Children, LA BAGATELLE,
28 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
•QILVER-PLATED DISH COVERS.—A. B. SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing Silversmiths, 14, Cornhill, London, opposite the Bank of England, submit for choice

•QILVER-PLATED DISH COVERS.—A. B. SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing Silversmiths, 14, Cornhill, London, opposite the Bank of England, submit for choice

in their plate rooms many patterns of SILVER-PLATED DISH COVERS, of Sheffield manufacture, from 15 to 20guinea.s the set, viz. : Double Dome Pattern. The Melon Pattern Size. .£ s. d. Size. £ s.d. Plated Dish Cover, 20 in. 513 6 1 PlatedDisliCover,2o in. 517 0 .. Dish Cover, 18 i
02 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
, COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LIFE. i On Saturd a y Next will be published, post Bvo., 10s. cloth, t THE

, COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LIFE. i On Saturd a y Next will be published, post Bvo., 10s. cloth, t THE

COLLEGIAN'S GUIDE; or , Recollect i o ns i , of College Days: setting forth the Advantages and Temptations of a University Education. By **** ******, M.A., , "---- College, Oxford. ,1 London: LODgMall, Brown, Green, and Longmans.
02 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
internal schisms far more dangerous and perplexing than those with which she is assailed by adversaries without her pale. In

internal schisms far more dangerous and perplexing than those with which she is assailed by adversaries without her pale. In

forwarding this expression of my judgment on your case, I cannot conclude without further expressing my regret that, in the last of those publications you have from time to thee put forth for the sake ot a sound and legitimate object, you adopted a title calculated, I think, nee
21 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

THE ADMIRALTY.—We mentioned on Thursday last that Sir John Barrow, Bart., was likely to retire from the office of second Secretary to the Admiralty. We can now state that he will be succeeded by Captain William A. Baillie Hamilton, R.N., who has up to the present time been priva
21 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
In Three Vols., small Bvo., p r i ce 18 s., th e Second Edition of D EISM compared with

In Three Vols., small Bvo., p r i ce 18 s., th e Second Edition of D EISM compared with

CHRISTIANITY, in an Epistolary Correspondence between a Deist and a Christian; intended as a book of reference, containing a Refutation of all the principal Objections against Revealed Religion. By EDWARD CHICHESTER, M.A., late Rector of the Parish of Hilmore. in the Diocese of
21 January 1845 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England