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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

AMERICA. The Arabia has brought news from America to the 27th ult. The New York Herald of that date takes the following view of the state of affairs: The prospect opeuing upon the North never was darker, gloomier, or more desperate than it is at the present moment. North Carolin
13 April 1861 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE IN DUBLIN.

TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE IN DUBLIN.

An accident of an appalling and almost unprecedented character took place in Dublin, on Saturday night. An omnibus was stopped on Portobello Bridge to set down some passengers, and when the driver endeavoured to make the horses move onward, they became restive, and began to "bac
13 April 1861 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1840.

LONDON, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1840.

Gazette of yesterday announces that her I Majesty has been pleased to appoint John Hindli Esq. Captain in the Royal Navy, to Lieu|"Jatit-ljiovenior 01 t ' ,e Island °f Heligoland. •n, Paris papers of -Monday are less hostile in remarks tlie iiresent position of the Eastern ,'sti
05 October 1840 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SHOP. TO be LET, commodious Shop, with two Bow Windows, and Cellars underneath, at a low rent, situated in Union-street.

SHOP. TO be LET, commodious Shop, with two Bow Windows, and Cellars underneath, at a low rent, situated in Union-street.

For the key and particulars apply to I. Allen, Smithfield, Birmingham. A RETAIL BREWERY and Huckster's Shop, with Bakehouse and large Garden attached, a lew miles from the town, to be LET on very low terms; also neat pleasant House, containing five rooms, nagged entrancehall, an
16 November 1835 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
be LET, with immediate possession, the old J. lished Commercial House, known the name rf the THATCHED HOUSE TAVERN, Red

be LET, with immediate possession, the old J. lished Commercial House, known the name rf the THATCHED HOUSE TAVERN, Red

Lion-street, Holborn, in consequence rf the death rf the Proprietors. The rent moderate, and the lease of 24 -rears. For particulars apply (i/by letter, post paid) Miss Mence, Thatched House Tavern, Red Lion-street, Holborn, London. T LEASEHOLD HOUSES, ASTON. be SOLD by private
16 November 1835 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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STREET HAY, NEAR LICHFTEID. Very tuperinr Eat Cattle and Sheep, me property of the late Richard Holland. Rem. deceased. TO

STREET HAY, NEAR LICHFTEID. Very tuperinr Eat Cattle and Sheep, me property of the late Richard Holland. Rem. deceased. TO

be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. HARRIS, upon the premises, on. Monday the 90th day of November, about one hundred very prime fat grey-faced Ewes. Ta eaves, md Wethers (the greater partW ethers), lots five each -, twety-seven very superior fafCows and Heifers, ten barren Sturks (very
16 November 1835 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEPARTURE & ARRIVAL of RAILWAY TRAINS. LONDON AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY.

DEPARTURE & ARRIVAL of RAILWAY TRAINS. LONDON AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY.

to London. Down from London. departure. arrival. departure. arrival. From Sir-.ningham. Birmingham. No. 1— l 0A.ii.Mail.-5 32 a.m No. 1— 6 15a.m. MixedlOSO a.m 7 («A.M.Mixedl2 15p.m No. 2—7 0a.m.3rd CI. 3 No. 2-8 a.m. Mail- 1 Op.m No. 3- 8 0a.m. Mixed 1 10 p.m No. 3—io 0 a.m. Mi
16 December 1844 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON, Saturday, July 7.

LONDON, Saturday, July 7.

THE Paris papers of Thursday do not contain any domestic intelligence of interest. letter from Rome says tliat Achmet Fethi Pasha, when presented to the Pope, was introduced by the Austrian Ambassador, Count Lutzow. The reception given his Holiness is stated to have been|very ki
09 July 1838 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED.

BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED.

1832, Aug. B.—William Jordan, Worcester, coal dealer. BANKRUPTS, . From the London Gazette of Tuesday, Oct- . TYLER, John, Blackman street, Southwark, linen draper, ' ' Dec. 11, Com. Court. Sol. Robinson, Queen-street pla ' Thames street. „ „ __k*l RUTTER, Peter, late of Chapelp
05 November 1832 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLISH ASSOCIATION AT a Meeting of the Committee appointed by a public meeting of the Inhabitants or Birmingham, held

BIRMINGHAM POLISH ASSOCIATION AT a Meeting of the Committee appointed by a public meeting of the Inhabitants or Birmingham, held

at Dee s Royal Hotel on ,he 15th of October last, to establish a POLISH ASSOCIATION It was resolved, lst.—That an Association of the Friends of Poland be now formed in Birmingham. 2nd.—That ihe object of the Birmingham Polish Association be to forward the views ofthe Literary Po
05 November 1832 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England