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TURKEY.

TURKEY.

! We have received letters from our correspondent at Constantinople up to the 15th inst. Muhtar Bey, who was sent to Egypt to concert with Abbas Pacha the best means of ameliorating the comEtion of the Egyptian poorer class.-i, had returned to Constantinople. It is expected that
29 May 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE OFFICE, :hectorsßoyal Exchange, 21st May, 1851.—The C our t o f Di. of the Corporation of the

ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE OFFICE, :hectorsßoyal Exchange, 21st May, 1851.—The C our t o f Di. of the Corporation of the

Royal Exchange Assurance u 13 ° ,YEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that their TRANSFER t will be SHUT from TUESDAY, the 3d of June next, TUESDAY, the Bth of July following; and that a GENEjICOURT of the said Corporation will be holden, at their ee, at the Royal Exchange, on WEDNESDAY, the 18t
29 May 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXHIBITIONS. MR. THACKERA rs LECTURES.

EXHIBITIONS. MR. THACKERA rs LECTURES.

EXHIBITIONS. MR. THACKERA LECTURES. Mr. Thackeray's lecture of Thursday morning treated of Hogarth, Smollett, and Fielding. His essay on the first of these " humerists" was chiefly confined to an analysis of his pictures, the "Marriage a la Mode" and the "Rake's Progress" furnish
28 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ONDON LIFE ASSOCIATION. ALA Instituted 1806. Office, 81, KING WI LLIA M-STREET. President.—CHAßLES FRANKS, Esq. Vice President. —JOHN BENJAMIN HEATH,

ONDON LIFE ASSOCIATION. ALA Instituted 1806. Office, 81, KING WI LLIA M-STREET. President.—CHAßLES FRANKS, Esq. Vice President. —JOHN BENJAMIN HEATH,

Esq. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Premiums falling due on the Ist of JULY NEXT, of those Members who have been assured Seven or more entire years, will be reduced this year 69 per cent., leaving less than one-third of the original premium to be paid. Thus, for an assurance o
28 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

Amiens and Boulogne Dutch Rhenish Paris and Rouen_ _ Rouen and Havre Ditto (Dieppe Line) Orleans and Bordeaux 3iii %21`2, ROYAL CALEDONIAN 34th festival of the Royal Caledonian Asylum was held on Wednesday at the Freema sons ' T avern . The objects of the institution, it is well
21 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MILITARY CHURCH AT LIMERICK.

THE MILITARY CHURCH AT LIMERICK.

The metal roof of the new Military Church, in cour.se of erection at the New Barracks, fell on Friday, owing to - aeglect of the workmen in not having properly adjusted sono.e of the bolts. The loss is estimated at 100/.
21 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Interpose when an hon. member was addressing the committee.

Interpose when an hon. member was addressing the committee.

Mr. REYNOLDS wished, in speaking on the question of order, to remark, that as a Roman Catholic member he had no objection to the reading of documents, even though they were insulting to his creed. But it was fair that the gentleman who read such document should state from what s
21 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
-------- NEW NOVEL BY THE AUTHOR „ OF DISCIPLINE OF LIFE. C Now Ready at all the Libraries, in T

-------- NEW NOVEL BY THE AUTHOR „ OF DISCIPLINE OF LIFE. C Now Ready at all the Libraries, in T

B hree ß VeLs. y. L AR E LIFE," Sic. "THE DIBSCy the li., i L l A N u E t ho r OF o , "T 0 L a d y Ponsonby we are indebted for writing which would nu discredit t o th e b est efforts of Miss Austin. AJuronicl e. Also, Now Ready. _ AR THUR CONWAY; or, Scenes in the Tropics. ~fl}
21 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL.

THE OVERLAND MAIL.

(From the Morning .Herald.) We have received our newspapers and correspondence in anticipation of the Overland Bombay Mail. The dates are Bombay, May 26; Calcutta, May 17. (From the Overland Bombay Mail, May 26.) SUMMARY.—The southwest monsoon disturbs the order of the dispatche
01 July 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BRITISH AMERICA.

BRITISH AMERICA.

The Canadian legislature is awaiting the result of the negociation between Sir Henry Bulwer and the United States government in regard to a reciprocity of trade. If this should prove ineffectual measures ef a retaliatory character will be submitted to the parliament. It is propo
01 July 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England