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FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... paving, light- ing, improving, and markets, 20; inclosure and drainage, I miscellaneous, 23; Lords' bills, 28. REVENUE or THE UNITED STATEs.-The items of revenue and expenditure for the year, ending June 30, 1850, are offici- ally announced by the Treasury ...

FASHIONABLE MOVEMENTS

... was gratified en know that slavery had been tj abolished by the great Majority of' civilized nations, it deeply t lamented th~e continuance of that sy-rem in the United States , of America, in Brazil, and in rite colonies of Spain. and regard- a ad it ...

LITERATURE

... by Pro fessor Creasv; the Prince of Zoolon, a tale; Trout-fishling in the United States, by the author ofthe Anglerin Canada;, as alano King Louis-Philippe and his Civil L;ist,t in which that Mona rob is warmly defend. ed by the Count de Mdontalivet ...

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE

... of the colony. But there is no concertno system—inn word, no Government. Our enemies arc united, and the colonists, the troops, the military officers, the civil authorities are working, if not absolutely against one another, at least without co-operution ...

Caledonian Mercury

... mediator, wi:h third proposition, being new vertiou the resolutions Mr Wilier.'. The object of the Lord is to save division, uniting both paitieson his resolution, which may described as a compromise. His Lordship's gule aim, an 1 is accomplished by a variation ...

LITERATURE

... rise and fall with the average money price of corn, change will be little felt. Not with naval and military officers, judges, civil functionaries, and all who have fixed pecuniary incomes. their case, a general reduction of the value money will diminish their ...

Caledonian Mercury

... rumoured that the rebels intended advancing ou Shanghai, which caused great alarm among the foreign residents that |«ort. Bnt the united naval force, including the British, American, and French ships of war, commenced to make preparations to protect the pro|«ertv ...

Literature

... quite .t different beirrg; and, wblen once in the saddle on the bahk of mire snortirgi, animal, rman and horse seem to be united into one creature, with fire iul its VCins. Valparaiso, whinch was his next hsaltirtggplaec. seetrs, from our autshor's account ...

Literature

... them'(the Poles) except to resign those-delusive t hopes which have ciised ih'm 'a daisge of blood and tears, _ Ind cordially uniting with Russia, become, instead of a bar- r rier between Russia-ind Europe, the vangunrd of the Sla- v Tonic empire against the ...

THE HIGHLAND SOCIETY'S GRAND SHOW AT BERWICK

... discernment also, con- ferred upon the rev, gentle2man the degree of Doctor in Civil Laws.-1cbeer's)-50 that hie is Doctor of Divinity in Scot- a-land, and Doctor of Civil Laws in England.1 ?? GRANTu replied. The Ctc-aonxxAN, after stating ihat thle Duke ...

Literature

... the norelrist can rnlver lie tiplifted with a o0ibler alim than to paint'the 'conteudinga of'ou patriotic an- cestors for civil and religious liberty. , Perhaps we may iae talct theat th leeds of our forefathers, in. these 4cvii days,' carry their otn ...

Literature

... a much xvider scope, a foir more extensive sphere of operation. ail one of which it would lie utterly preposterous for the civil law to take cognisance. Po litical ijistice mnerely requires that wve should nut originate an interference to the detriment ...