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TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot insert, or notice In any way, any communication that is pent to us anonymously; but those

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot insert, or notice In any way, any communication that is pent to us anonymously; but those

who choose to address in confidence will find their confidence respected. NEITHER CAN UNDERTAKE TO RETURN ANY MANUSCRIPTS WHAT-
23 February 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

BOMBAY. Arrivals, Jan. 13th.—H. C. Schooner, Royal Tiger D Luuchlan, from Calicut 26th ult. 15th.—Steamer, P DuvergerfromSurat 14th inst. Ship Sir Robert Senpings," A. Trail, from Calcutta, 21st ult. 16th.—Bark Sir Herbert Compton, J. Brown, from Macao 11th, and Singapore 21st u
23 February 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
India Company, and afford at all times a ready and prompt convey.ine for troops, baggage, stores, artillery, and the eumbrcus

India Company, and afford at all times a ready and prompt convey.ine for troops, baggage, stores, artillery, and the eumbrcus

material whicl invariably attend their march. The district traversed by the Direct Bombay and Madras Railway contains upwards of millions of inhabitants ;*and the wants and in* dustry of this large body already yield considerable tonnage, although in comparative state of barbaro
23 February 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Large and spacious premises let, the LEASE to be SOLI), fcr the fallowing purposes: a Music Hall, Concert Rooms. Academy,

Large and spacious premises let, the LEASE to be SOLI), fcr the fallowing purposes: a Music Hall, Concert Rooms. Academy,

Exhibition Ucoui, SwimminK Baths, Racquet and Billiard Rooms, for a Cliapel, or ant Trade or ProfessioVi requiring Lar}?e and Roomy Premises, with a Private House attuned, which has a handsome Entrance in Graftonstreet East, University. _ ,__ _ For particulars enquire of Mr. Goo
23 February 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Lord Lincoln's speech on the declaration of the poll in South Nottinghamshire was worthy of his bearing through the whole

Lord Lincoln's speech on the declaration of the poll in South Nottinghamshire was worthy of his bearing through the whole

the contest. It was | full of manliness and a gallant spirit, of strong and earnest feeling; and poor Mr. Hildyard's [ " triumph showed very small beside it. Not a jot of heart or of hope did the defeated candidate gire up to his successful adversaries. Not affecting to conceal
28 February 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Mr. Ferrand has appointed himself to the arduous and somewhat delicate post of ponscience-keeper to the members of the House

Mr. Ferrand has appointed himself to the arduous and somewhat delicate post of ponscience-keeper to the members of the House

of Commons. He has kindly taken charge of their immortal parts;" and with a Christian charity which is associated with the member for Knaresborough, constant as the painted halo about the heads of paiuted saints, has given notice that he will read to them terrible account thaii-
26 February 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Ibrahim Pacha is still at Vernet, in France, where it is probable he will remain some time longer, until the

Ibrahim Pacha is still at Vernet, in France, where it is probable he will remain some time longer, until the

14th of April, it is said. A letter thus describes the manner which he passes his evenings—" The persons invited every day the Pacha are M. Lalleon and his sister, and his nieces, the officers of the posts of honour, cavalry and infantry, and several persons who are at the bdths
09 March 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
[Advertisement.]— t. the Ci'rk of Heakachk, Dimness of Si-bt .1? S and Disordered Livers likewise in cases of debilitated constitutions,

[Advertisement.]— t. the Ci'rk of Heakachk, Dimness of Si-bt .1? S and Disordered Livers likewise in cases of debilitated constitutions,

great Indies the different castesof native. arehSX S1 cme than these famous pills, one native airent in n? fc(T "Wi- Bombay sold lately, retail, fifty-three The extraordinary cares performed these nil! 1< ' a me;ms fail, truly wonderful. wiU find rable medicine.—Sold bv all drug
09 March 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
It would be difficult to conceive a project induced higher motives, or more worthy of public support, than that of

It would be difficult to conceive a project induced higher motives, or more worthy of public support, than that of

the Metropolitan Association for improving the dwellings of the Industrious Classes; but the obstacles in the way of its attainment arc neither few nor small. To surmount these will require all the energy, ingenuity, and untiring perseverance that can be brought to bear under th
11 March 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE TEN HOURS BILL.

THE TEN HOURS BILL.

PUBLIC MEETING AT BRADFORD. (From our Reporter.) BRADFORD, 10. Yesterday evening a public meeting the clergy, gentry, manufacturers, operatives, and other inhabitants of the borough of Bradford, was held in the large room of the Odd Fellow's Hall, in this town, to consider the p
11 March 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England