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THE POPISH INVASION.

THE POPISH INVASION.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER'S REPLY TO THE SCOTTISH BISHOPS. The Bishop of Exeter has addressed the following reply to the Scottish bishops " Bishopstowe, Torquay, Dec. 19, 1850. "Right Rev. Brethren,—l have delayed acknowledging a copy which I received of your letter, dated The Festiv
09 January 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE DIVISION ON THE ADDRESS. (From the Morning Herald.) We have already observed, that, so far from any hostile movement

THE DIVISION ON THE ADDRESS. (From the Morning Herald.) We have already observed, that, so far from any hostile movement

having been previously planned by the Country party, the determination to move an amendment was only adopted a few hours before the debate commenced. No doubt this uncertainty will be pleaded as an excuse by many representatives of agricultural constituencies who were absent fro
05 February 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Pieces, together with two pieces of pork. They then pro- 1 ceeded to a house in Wentworth-street, where they met

Pieces, together with two pieces of pork. They then pro- 1 ceeded to a house in Wentworth-street, where they met

Crossett, who took the pork to Moffatt' s shop, and on his return he gave Hall a shilling. The story got wind in rather a curious manner. The girl Allen, finding that she received no part of the booty, went to Hall's father and demanded 4d., being her third of the shilling, whic
16 February 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAHORE.

LAHORE.

The inquiry into the conduct of Shere Singh and his brother Rajahs, has, it is Said, proved entirely fruitless. Notwithstanding the excessive mystery and caution used in the coup de main with which they were surprised and captured, notwithstanding that all their papers and priva
05 January 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HIILSEAN PRIZE.

HIILSEAN PRIZE.

The late Rev. John Hulse having bequeathed to the University of Cambridge certain estates for the advancement of religious learning, and having directed in his will that, out of the rents and profits, so soon as annuities and other incumbrances would admit, an annual premium sho
05 January 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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Man. Sheff., and Line. Pref., Midland, 43i Ditto . New, 6i , Do. Birming. and Derby, 20, D0.C0n.8ri5.&;8ir.6p.c.,124; North British,

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05 January 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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05 January 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FEB. 18,

FEB. 18,

FEB. William Daubuz, of Killiow, in tie county of Cornwall, Esq., has been appointed Sherift of the county of Cornwall. ADMIRALTY, FED. 15. The following promotion has this day place consequent on the death, on the 14th instant, of Rear Adnairal of the Blue, Sir J. J. G. Bremer,
21 February 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW HUNGARIAN NOVEL. Just Published, in Three Vols. post Bvo., price 31s. 6d. boards, VILLAGE NOTARY: a Romance of Hungarian

NEW HUNGARIAN NOVEL. Just Published, in Three Vols. post Bvo., price 31s. 6d. boards, VILLAGE NOTARY: a Romance of Hungarian

Life. Translated from the Hungarian of Baron EOTVOS, by OTTO WENCKSTERN. With Introductory Remarks, written expressly for the English Translation, by FRANCIS PULSZKY. By far the best modern foreign novel that we have seen the most solid, the most close, the most natural Both the
21 February 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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06 July 1850 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England