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WRECK OF THE CONQUEROR.

WRECK OF THE CONQUEROR.

Further and interesting intelligence relative to this unfortunate vessel was received yesterday by the -French mail as to the immediate loss; and the City of Poonah, Indiaman, which arrived in the Downs on Tuesday, brings a file of Cape-town papers containing- some important fac
19 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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02 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
12brning MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 6.

12brning MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 6.

As far as it is possible to ascertain the sentiments of the Government, from what has been elicited in Parliament since the commencement of the Session, there appears no reason whatever to anticipate any change in its general policy; while quite enough has occurred, we should th
06 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURT.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURT.

The newly-appointed commissioner, Mr. David Pollock, took his seat the bench this morning together with the Chief Commissioner, and Mr. Commissioner Harris. _ ___ _ The Court disposed of a few bail cases of ordinary interest. IN RE WILLIAM _HASLER. This insolvent was before the
06 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THE EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1843. DESCRIPTION OF THE BATTLE OF MONTEREAU.

THE EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1843. DESCRIPTION OF THE BATTLE OF MONTEREAU.

- Situated twenty leagues to the south of Paris, at the confluence of the Seine and the Yonne, the town of Montereau presents one of the most agreeable objects in France to the gaze of the traveller. The part which lies on the left bank of the Yonne, which is the most considerab
17 January 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
'1 have the hour, &c., "ALEXIS DE TOQUEVILLE."

'1 have the hour, &c., "ALEXIS DE TOQUEVILLE."

LORD BROUGHAM'S REPLY. "Grafton -street, Feb. 14. "Lord Brougham presents his compliments to M. de Tocqueville, and he begs leave to assure him that he mentioned M. de Tocqueville in his speech with great personal respect, while he felt it his duty to expose the very great and m
17 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
SPLENDID WORKS, BY EMINENT AUTHORS, GUINEA VOLUMES FOR SIXPENCE! THE STAR LIBRARY is published every Saturday, in the book form,

SPLENDID WORKS, BY EMINENT AUTHORS, GUINEA VOLUMES FOR SIXPENCE! THE STAR LIBRARY is published every Saturday, in the book form,

and contains 64 columns of matter, equal to 300 octavo pages. The work is stamped, and can be sent 1 free by post. PRICE SIXPENCE. The following Synopsis will exhibit, in addition to the news the Week, the Works which have been, and which will be issued. No. 1, November 12th.—TH
17 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Post-office orders sent to us should be made payable to George Frederick Pardon, at the Post-office, 180, Strand, corner of Norfolk-street. The gallantry and good conduct of our soldiers and sailors—the brilliant successes of their arms—the. extension ,of commerce—the conversion
15 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW PLAN FO]

NEW PLAN FO]

Now ready, HINTS FOR THE and BOOK SOCIETIES, v them more extensively avant THE LIB I Containing descriptive and c month. The above sent gratis a Messrs. Saunders and Otles Saunders and Otle) Agents for Ireland—J. C Bradfute, Edinburgh.
15 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION FOR THE MILLION.—WRITING, BOOKKEEPING, &c. PERSONS of any age, however bad their WRITING, may, at a trifling outlay, in

EDUCATION FOR THE MILLION.—WRITING, BOOKKEEPING, &c. PERSONS of any age, however bad their WRITING, may, at a trifling outlay, in

Eight to Twelve Easy Lessons, acquire permanently an elegant and flowing style of Penmanship, adapted either to professional pursuits or private correspondence. Arithmetic on a method requiring only one-third the time and mental labour usually requisite. Book-keeping as practise
15 February 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England