Novel Fox-chask.—On Wednesday, one of the down trains BandOn passed Upton, large fox ran on the line and set off

... army. A deep recess in the rocks crowning the hill behind the now extensive and beautiful city of Newhaven—the Oxford of the United States-is still known tbe Judges' Cave; having, according to local tradition, served the hiding-place ot the The three exiled ...

Emigration to America. —We have compiled, from official sources, the number of emigrants from fjreign countries ..

... and from the different states of South America during the present year, we are safe in estimating that the population of the United States will, at the end of the present year, have an increase from foreign sources of at least souls. Narrow minded people ...

Published: Thursday 03 January 1850
Newspaper: Cheltenham Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1110 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE

... Aletandertbihihio, heir presamptive to the Hawaiian throne, and his'.brother, Lot Kamebameha. The objec of Mr. Judd'seisitto6the United States and. Evrope at :this period baa reference.t' e late outrage of the Preach at 'the'.'Send~iriv' Islbuds, .;The K'ing' ...

Published: Thursday 03 January 1850
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 2478 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

THE FARMERS' JOURNAL

... chiefly consruced f te skns f aimas, hey are hardy, docile, and exceedingly sensitive -to kindness, but as far removed from civilization as the tribes of Tartary; and their owners-for that is the proper term-take especial care that no doctrine shall reach ...

Published: Thursday 03 January 1850
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 9590 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: Commerce 

TI,E I.NDEPENDLINT. TIIMtSDAY, JANUAHY 3, IHoO

... ptocecd to consider in what degree the free import provisions affects the relation «n which stand to eaeh her. it did not believe Unit other causes, le*s permnnent in their operation, have bad material infladice upon the present value of acricu'tnral produce ...

Published: Thursday 03 January 1850
Newspaper: Wiltshire Independent
County: Wiltshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5092 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

WORK FOR THE NEW YEAR.—READING SOCIETIES FOR THE PEOPLE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' NORTH DEVON JOURNAL. 1 Dear

... persevere in the indul yence of their unhallowed passions Baptism should be sought with a view to put on Christ and to be united to him; and it is, therefore, manifest that who purposes to persevere in ' sin, should be repelled from the sacred font ...

Published: Thursday 03 January 1850
Newspaper: North Devon Journal
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 12106 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none

Jan. 3, 1850. ?ff eriDp our pk-nicf, abound, and general reaD tion fro™ * ' husbandry commences. All 'Cftt

... good r’vMlr, and fertile soil, and its prespentg or failure ii'umuls solely the or folly of those who ir its vumagcment. The United States at the commencement of the War of Independence, numbered little more than two millions and quarter souls. The population ...

IYEKTIgEB,;

... though I have little doubt in fact that it would. A certain kind of emigration, too, such as that which now proceeds to the United States, would of course go on. But there would be no good colonization: no English gentlemen—indeed few Englishmen of any ...

COLONIAL

... question of convicts. I have never seen nor beard of a people so united in any measure as the people of the colony are against the intro- duction of convicts in any form- or to any extent. The united voice of Great Britain, some years ago, on the question of ...

Published: Friday 04 January 1850
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 1470 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LOCAL INTSIsIiIGSNCS

... earthenware was lost overboard from her deck. It was with very much difficulty that she reached the port, but the great and united exertions of the Capt. and crew saved the vessel, and the crate has been washed on shore at Sennen Cove, with a great part ...

Published: Friday 04 January 1850
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 2936 | Page: 8 | Tags: none