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Packet and Naval List.

Packet and Naval List.

, *? * AD " 15-—Arrived, the Goldfinch, Lieut. Walk.c, from the Brazils ; sailed from Rio de Janeiro, the 19th June ; Bahia, 3d July ; and Pernambuco, the Bth ; on the inst. in lat. 4i. 36. long. 20. M. spoke the master, from Newiy, for Quebec, out 12 days; the llth, in 4S. 50.
23 August 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
A Crave Story.—Mr. Narramore, late of Bishopsteignton who died about weeks since was well known a most indefatigable sportsman, and

A Crave Story.—Mr. Narramore, late of Bishopsteignton who died about weeks since was well known a most indefatigable sportsman, and

inflicted death on every hare that came within his mark. is a most singular coincidence, that they were about to deposit his mortal remains last Monday week, m a grave freshly dug for the purpose, a live hare waslound have pre-occupied his narrow dwelling and was quietly seated
23 August 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

Instead of that revulsion towards an accession despotism, which the enemies of freedom anticipated would he produced France the ministerial alterations in t! is country, Charles and his court are becoming more and more liberal everyday; and we question not before another half ce
01 March 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY, Feb. as. The supply of wheat was very moderato this Morning, which caused briskness the mealing trade to-day, fins samples told full well ibis day week, there was demand for inferior descriptions. Barley was in demand, and fine mailing samples freely 34s p
01 March 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The brightness nature is not easily reduced to the low twilight tone of history ; and the impressions of sense

The brightness nature is not easily reduced to the low twilight tone of history ; and the impressions of sense

defeat and dissipate the faint traces of learning and tradition.
01 March 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

SATURDAY, OCTOEER li. While many of our contemporary journalists treat with flippancy or indiffernece the sufferings of sister kingdom,-wh.lst the priest and the Levite pass the other sidewe would, to the utmost of our power, act the Samaritan's part; would pour Cil into her , w
11 October 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PAY MOUTH.

PAY MOUTH.

room of S mated, thYt, i D Sbf ,! sons Of warrant 0 . re u, the considered, eligible fiU longer School the Royal ta »» »h« Upper The Finance Committerhi, re *«*»'ch. all officers holding ,» ' tose,ld the, name, ret red on pensions i«jf <>"« who foewise pVac.-d n -be allowed to °
19 April 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF BRITISH CORN.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF BRITISH CORN.

Weekly Average Imperial.—Price of" Corn, received in the wee ended April 11: Wheat per 5Gs O.i 1 Oats per qr 20s 10 Barley 31 s Od Beans Rye.. 7d Peas 38s The aggregate average prices of the several kinds of Grain fc the last six weeks, which the duty on Foreign Corn now i bond
19 April 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE New Post Office.—The whole of the scaffolding is now removed from all parts of this public buildin o, so

THE New Post Office.—The whole of the scaffolding is now removed from all parts of this public buildin o, so

that an uninterrupted view of the edifice can be "had. Many months must yet elapse before can be commenced, although the interior
19 April 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Tuesday. The house met this day pursuant to adjournment The Earl of Eldon presented a petition upon the subject ©f the alteration of the law for which it was understood the Unitarians meant to apply. He must say, that, if such a bill were brought in, he for one w
19 April 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England