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15 April 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

- - Those who have advocated and supported that most excellent measure of the Admiralty, suggested by Admiral Dundas, for the improvement of the condition of the seamen of the navy, and increasing thereby the efficiency of the service in giving the me n more pay, more provisions
13 May 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MINES AND JOIN' Brazilian, S. John Del Rey, 19 Prov. of Ireland, 434 RAIL WAY SHARE . LIST.—THIS DAY. ORDINARY

MINES AND JOIN' Brazilian, S. John Del Rey, 19 Prov. of Ireland, 434 RAIL WAY SHARE . LIST.—THIS DAY. ORDINARY

SHARES AND STOCKS. STOCK BANKS, &e. Union of Australia, 35 Union of Australia, New, 3, Railway shares. Paid. Lase Prices. SO Aberdeen .. .. • . X5O 0 0.. 112 20 Amb., Not., Boston, .. 810 0.. 42 Stock Bristol and Exeter .. 100 0 0 .. 79 Stock Caledonian .. .. 50 0 0 .. 132 50 Ch
10 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRANCE. PARIS, Nom The committee of revision has been completed by the nomination or M. Baze in the 15th bureau.

FRANCE. PARIS, Nom The committee of revision has been completed by the nomination or M. Baze in the 15th bureau.

M. Baze is the rival of General Changarnier, in the intensity of his hatred of the President of the Republic. He is questeur of the assembly for the same reason. M. Base is, of course, against the revision lest it should open the way to a prolongation of the powers of Louis Napo
10 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SIMS AND ANOTHER V. 11-ARRYAT.

SIMS AND ANOTHER V. 11-ARRYAT.

This was an action to recover damages from the defendant for a loss incurred by the plaintiffs in preparing to publish the late Captain Marryat's tale of the" Adventures of Monsieur Violet." The defendant, who was his son, had sold the copyright to the plaintiffs, wben just as t
10 June 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Her Majesty and his Royal Highness Prince Albert, with their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, Prince Alfred, Princess Royal, and the Princesses Alice, Helena, and Louisa, paid an early visit on Saturday to the Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations. Her Majesty
20 May 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BELGIUM.

BELGIUM.

The Belgian ministry have given in their resignations, having been frustrated in the Chamber in their financial projects. This event took place on Saturday last. GERMANY. We are in receipt of German journals of the 18th instant. On the 17th the Dresden conferences were closed in
20 May 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EAST NAVE.

EAST NAVE.

• • The arrangement of the proceedings which had destined the eastern half to be the last visited by the Queen and Court, seemed to have doomed it for many an hour to a complete stagnation. The doors, which had been opened at nine o'clock, left the eastern half for a long time a
03 May 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL.

MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL.

The Quarterly Court of Governors was held on Theasd ay. In consequence of the great attraction of the Exhibition there was only a thin attendance of governors, but tbe usual routine business was transacted, and the proceedings were not without interest to the supporters of the c
03 May 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS-FRIDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-FRIDAY.

Mr. WHITESIDE, Q.C., took the oaths and his seat for Enniskillen, in the room of Mr. Cole, who has accepted the Stewardship cf the Chiltern Hundreds. HARWICH ELECTION. Mr. K. SEYAIER, as Chairman of the Harwich Election Committee, reported that John Baker and Henry Guy, at prese
03 May 1851 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England