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THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. .......

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COMPENDIOUS NOTICES.

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COMPENDIOUS NOTICES. His MAJESTY attended DivineServiceon Suoday at new private "chapel Windsor and after- wards took his usual ride through Great Park. Thursday the Ring gave h splendid banquet, to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Augusta, and Duchess of Gloucester—Parliament prorogued to 1st November.—The four .brothers Rothschild now in Paris—an interview they had with M.Vill'elelasted six hours —afterwards they had audience with the S.yndicat of Receivers Ge- neral, thence called the Sanhedrim of Finapce.— Accounts from Madrid say, bigotry and fanaticism govern the judgments. of the Military Conunission now sitting at VaUadólhlJ, which .they exercise with rigour bordering oh ferocity, tramplingevery principle of wisdom and justice under their. feet.- United States have resolved to send Bolivar, through the bands of Lafuyetts, %,Spteri-did pre- sent, in acknowledgment of his high deserts.—70) Irish emigrants sent out by Government arrived at Montreal (Quebec) 15th June.—Prices of cotton j at Brazil have much advanced on account of the great rise in England. —Mexican Government now firmly established, and the revenue collected with ease and regularity—the English and Ame- rican Envoys formally received by the President. —France to receive six millions for recognising the Haytian Government.—Duke of Wellington gone to the Continent on his annual tour of in- spection of the fortresses in the Netherlands -Mr. Canning gone to Mr. Littleton's seat in Stafford- shire.—Duke of Buckingham about to visit Chel- tenham.— Stowe has lately been thronged with fashionable visitors.—Duchess of Dorset's death ardsie from .apoplexy.—-Colonel Berkeley, after playing at Worthing Theatre Saturday with Mrs. Bunn, left on Monday—the gallant Colonel and the lady occupying the inside of the carriage, and Mr. B. and Mr. Pearman Lhe dickey.—Lord W. Lennox and Miss Paton followed in another car- riage.—Mr. Brougham expected to be returned for Westmoreland 11 at next general Election with- out opposition.-E. Company's outward-bound ships Lowther Castle, Bombay. Warren Hastings, and Princess Charlotte, all well June 3.-Widows of Assistant Surgeons in the Navy now entitled, by order of Privy Council, to a person of 36L per annum.—Mr. Lyon of Bristol has just imported, per brig Milo, from GapeofGooo Hope, 17 zebras, taken, about 300 miles in the interior of that colony.—Thames Ship Building Company have I amicably arranged all the differences that existed between them and the operative ship- wrights;—-Iron has fall -21. per ton.—Rev. Mr. Hannan, formerly Roman Catholic Reader of St. James' parish, Dublin has conformed to the Church of England—tie received the Sacra- ment Sunday in St. Stephen's Chapel.—-St. Alban's Cricket Club give their annual ball to the ladies next month.—Surrey Theatre indefati. gable in producing novelty—in seventeen weeks no less than sixteen new pieces brought forward ( from thepeo of C. Dil)ciiri.-A dealer in stone at I Milbank s&id to have contracted to the amount (if ^40,000 "for renovating the front of Bucking- ham Palace.—The London mail upset in Dover Thursday .morning—a gentleman named Baillie seriously injured—it is said the same coach has been overturned seven times.—no blame attached to coachman.—A passenger named Brown jumped from Superb stgam vessel, proceeding to Calais, Wednesday, and was drowned, every means to save him proving ineffectual.—Friday last was ;Sie day fixed for obtaining new licences tor stage j coach and vdn proprietors at SUrtip-offictf. —A young female now in Marylebone Infirmly from I Injuries receivedby violation from a ya'.chman, on his own beat—the fellow has absconded.—A young mannatiied Peckham, formerly clerk in the banking hoiise of Smith, Payfle,and Smith, re- manded Friday for further examination, charged with forging cheques by means of a Lithographic Press, and so well executed as to create doubts in the mind of the person whose name was forged.

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