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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRONTIERS OF TURKEY. Kurkmburg, Sept. 30. —The Journal published here by the name the Correspondent, has published during the war many articles under the bead of " From the Danube," which evidently come from a writer intimately acquained with the affairs of Russia, and by no mea
04 October 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
QUEEN OF PORTUGAL.

QUEEN OF PORTUGAL.

On Sunday last, her Majesty Donna Maria II Queen Portugal, arrived at Clench's New London Inn, accompanied by Lord Clinton, Sir F mantle, the Marquess and Marchioness Palmella, Marquess Harbacena, Viscount Itaybyana, dec. Sec. She was escorted from Chudleigh by a troop of the it
04 October 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MULTUM IN PARFO.

MULTUM IN PARFO.

The Duke and Prince George of Cumberland left Berlin on the llth inst., on a visit to London. learn, from the statements Mr. Charles Dupin, that the population of Paris amounts to about 900,000, more than half whom die in the hospitals, and that not a fourth of the whole are bur
19 April 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Judgment of ??? having been obtained in the ,*r King's Hooch M*"'** , .11 J ' for usurped office Major

Judgment of ??? having been obtained in the ,*r King's Hooch M*"'** , .11 J ' for usurped office Major

fur Hie City M office, v una i»»ucd fur TOelecting Mayor.
17 May 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LADIES PURCHASING MORAVIANS, FRENCH, or white FLOUNCE DRESSES, RICH SILKS, every SHADE eolosr and qaslitr, Ac. the most reasonable Terms,

LADIES PURCHASING MORAVIANS, FRENCH, or white FLOUNCE DRESSES, RICH SILKS, every SHADE eolosr and qaslitr, Ac. the most reasonable Terms,

are invited to CLARKE'S, «»» REGENT STREET, (Tare* Doors from OXFORD STREET), where they will ie« immense STOCK. N.B. No Second Price made. all Goods Warranted.
17 May 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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EXMOUTH, June 18. —Friday—Sailed, Curlew, for Swansea.- Arrived, the John and Jane, 1 from Ply month.-Saturday-Sailed, the Dispatch, Barrett, for

EXMOUTH, June 18. —Friday—Sailed, Curlew, for Swansea.- Arrived, the John and Jane, 1 from Ply month.-Saturday-Sailed, the Dispatch, Barrett, for

Cherante Active, Litton, tor Neatn ; Susannah, Dense, for Teignmouth; lrovidence, Rock, for Plymouth; Little Family, Bedwill, tor Newport.— Arrived the. Diaper, Ranison, trom London ; Cygnet, Havmaii. from Lyme.— Sunday—Sailed, the Friends Desire, Down, for Plymouth ; May Flower
14 June 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

It will be remembered that bis Grace last sessions, the House of Lords, distinctly and unreservedly ridiculed theideaof his ever aimingat tbe Premiership, the following is copy of that eventful declaration : "But it has been stated that withdrew myself (from the Ministry) becaus
26 January 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—Wednesday.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—Wednesday.

GICBON c, KING AND ANOTHER. —111 this case the plaintiff sought to recover compensation in damages against the defendants, for having improperly distrained his goods. It appeared that the plaintiff rented a house and some other premises of King, at yearly rent of 26/. for the on
03 May 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
, -PARABLE. Secure how they cover huuny garden-wall;— Had they not that net.work over, would eat ihem'all. S*. to guard

, -PARABLE. Secure how they cover huuny garden-wall;— Had they not that net.work over, would eat ihem'all. S*. to guard

our and pensions, Ancient «*■;•.•» wove Through whose o<„, of M nHn,io,», Only certain knaxes can get. Shall we then this Shall we stretch dies sacre I holes, Through which, ev'n already, slide Lots of tmall dissenting souls • God forbid !" old Testy crieth God forbid '." so ech
03 May 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Earl by Eldon,- on Tuesday last, the Earl «f Fldonwas chosen Speaker of the House of Lords, the absence

The Earl by Eldon,- on Tuesday last, the Earl «f Fldonwas chosen Speaker of the House of Lords, the absence

of tbe Lord Chancellor, °x rW* ister of the Rolls and the Lord Chief Baron, a'poTnled Speakers his Majesty's Cp»r_i.. Sl °« » ,-«.p.hte Wyse.—This lady, who is on the Countess of Charleville's divertts Wednesday. The resemblance to the Buoiupaites is said be very striking.
15 March 1828 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England