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9ES. a prifar9 L—Rea_ 2 l 4rs.Jeg'w :dinburgb. imness te. I Wen pitting (/' ed her relief, her life' ishment

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15 February 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

MARYLEBONE.-01 - 1 : Tuesday Mr. Broughton was engaged for a considerable time in the investigation of a charge preferred by the Rev. Richard Bellis, curate of St. Paul's, Lisson-grove, against Mr. Isaac Falcke, a, tradesman carryine , on an extensive business in conjunction wit
15 February 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

We Lave received our Berlin correspondence of the 12th. The election of the deputies of the First Chamber for Berlin had taken place that day; the result was decided in favour of the Conenvative and Constitutional party. M. Bunsen had arrived iu Berlin from Frankfort. HANOVER. H
15 February 1849 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SICILY.

SICILY.

Letters from Messina of the 22d ult., and from Palermo of the 23d ult. ' state that a body of Sicilian troops had surrounded the town of Messina. A battle had taken place in the neighbourhood of that city between the Neapolitans and the Sicilians, in which both parties suffered
12 October 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE ClIOLE1?A.

THE ClIOLE1?A.

ClIOLE1?A. 'Three fatal eases of Asiatic cholera, one of them the mination of an attack of cholera on board the hulks, were reported on Tuesday, and several cases of dangerous attacks, confidently stated to be of Asiatic cholera, were also re. ported. Twelve of the cases reported
12 October 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

Oct. 8, in Park-street, Grosvenor-square, the lady of the Rev. J. E. Carter, of a daughter. Oct. 8, at Moreton Rectory, Essex, the wife of the Rev. Robert Beauctamp Tower, of a daughter. Oct. 10, in Portland-place, the Viscountess Hereford, of a 8011.
12 October 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

vilto4mMil of excavati, The cost o, projector h of labour o self of the CHINA, formed CAGLIARI, Nov. 21. whom, ho' The Norna arrived at Suez on the 1 9 th inst. geological dared to a Her dates are— to new and Hong Kong, Oct. 5. , the result o Galle, Oct. 23. contributed i Lord E
21 November 1857 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DTORIA CROSS.

DTORIA CROSS.

Gazette of last night.) WAR-OFFICE, N0w. , 18.7 - graciously pleased to signify her Decoration of the Victoria Cross on cers and Non-Commissioned Officer - who have been recommended to her - ation—in accordance with the rules - ty's Warrant of the 29th January, • ;ts of Bravery
21 November 1857 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
lunatics of this cit 2., or whether it would be more advantageous to provide otherwiee for them; and, in the

lunatics of this cit 2., or whether it would be more advantageous to provide otherwiee for them; and, in the

event of their deeming it indispensable that an asylum should be erected, to consider and report the probable cost and . the source from which the necessary funds should be raised." Mr. Ross seconded the amendment, which was put and lost by .a majority of 2. Mr. H. L. TAILOR mov
21 November 1857 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE VACANT GROUND AT T. PAUL'S.

THE VACANT GROUND AT T. PAUL'S.

Deputy BOWER (the chairman of the Improvement Committee) laid upen the table the following report, which was read by Mr. Wood horp, the deputy town-clerk : "We whose names are hereunto subscribed of your Improvement Committee, to whom, on the 15th day of December last, it was re
21 November 1857 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England