Persia.—Serious frontier differences which have long existed between the Turkish Sultan and the Persian Shah ..

... Persia.—Serious frontier differences which have long existed between the Turkish Sultan and the Persian Shah have at length been amicably settled, the mediation of England and Russia. Semaine mentions the discovery of two curious documents; the one a ...

Published: Tuesday 29 June 1847
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 135 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Tt’RKEY

... father, independent of the Porte. ’1 he nominal supremacy of the Sultan, however, is to acknowledged. It is said that the Persian Shah has offered to assist the Sultan against the Egyptians. The Allgemeine Zeilung mentions that the negotiations between the ...

Published: Saturday 16 February 1833
Newspaper: Carlisle Patriot
County: Cumberland, England
Type: Article | Words: 297 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

THE OLD GOAT OF THE 23d WELSH FUSILIERS

... Cashmere breed, peculiar in England to Windsor Park alone, and part of a flock sent to her Majesty as present from the Persian Shah, be forthwith presented to the gallant 23d to replace poor Billy's loss. ...

Published: Saturday 21 March 1846
Newspaper: Hereford Times
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 342 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE ARMY

... Cashmere breed, peculiar in England to Windsor Park alone, and part of a flock sent to Her Majesty as a present from the Persian Shah, be forthwith presented to the gallant 23d, to replace poor BUly^lo increaseoFthfTarmy. The Army Estimates for the year ...

Published: Wednesday 04 March 1846
Newspaper: Hereford Journal
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 828 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

ARMY OF THE NORTH

... to contradict, since they state that the advance the troops on Cabul has been now countermanded till the intentions tl»c Persian Shah become more evident than they present are, and tfclt, consequently, they have not yet moved from Shikapore. Representative ...

Published: Saturday 11 May 1839
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 901 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

VOL. HI FROM THE LON CHINA, INDIA, A The news from China, comes d( The accounts from Canton descril as

... beei fall of rain, continued to paralj ßombay) side of India. The Indus has suffered much from Kotra. The news from the Persian Shah Kamran had made terms w: given up Ghorian, the key for th invaders into India, to the Pcrs had consented to make himself ...

Published: Saturday 04 September 1841
Newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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ANTICIPATED WAR WITH RUSSIA

... which may have manifested itself among one two of the native powers. Subsequent intelligence confirms the defeat of the Persian Shah before Herat, which has been represented as most decisive. He had made an assault on the town, and was repulsed with great ...

Published: Friday 02 November 1838
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1284 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

MILITARY

... her Majesty directed that two milk-white pats, of magnificent Cashmere breed, part of flock pre- to the Queen from the Persian Shah, should be •elected, and immediately offered for the acceptance of this ...

f&tsrrllanrA. Solab Spots.— Of six large spots visible on the 6th inst. five have now passed the sun’s western ..

... Cashmere breed, peculiar in England to Windsor Park alone, and part of a flock sent to her Majesty as a present from tho Persian Shah, forthwith presented to the gallant 23d, replace poor Billy’s loss. Common Sense Two Hundred Years ago. —One of Ciomwell’s ...

Published: Tuesday 17 March 1846
Newspaper: Greenock Advertiser
County: Renfrewshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1897 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

'LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

... magnificent Cashmere breed, peculiar 'N land to Windsor Park alone; and part of a flock SEN her Majesty as a present from the Persian Shah, with presented to the gallant 23rd, to replace poor • (J loss. We understand that this mark of her ^AJE.^NE' condescension ...