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  2. THE NEW YORK RIOT.

    THE Orangemen met yesterday at the corner of Twenty-ninth-street and Eighth-avenue. Owing to the proclamation of Superintendent Kelso, the majority of the Orangemen embraced the ...

    Article : 7,747 words
  3. MEXICO.

    Via Havana, July 20.—The Lerdistas and Porfiristas are uniting closely to oppose Juarez, but the triumph of Juarez is considered certain. The Mexican Government is relieving distressed Americans ...

    Article : 594 words
  4. FIJI.

    BY the City of Adelaide we have Levuka papers and advices from our special correspondent to the 30th August, inclusive. The progress of "political events" there within the last ...

    Article : 1,617 words
  5. LATEST UNPUBLISHED TELEGRAMS.

    A MEETING of the Boiler-Makers' Association was held last night, when the present system of inspecting boilers was denounced and a change demanded. The Slatem Island ferry-boat tragedy was attributed to the ...

    Article : 922 words
  6. EXPLOSION ON STATEN ISLAND FERRY BOAT.—OVER 150 KILLED AND WOUNDED.

    New York, July 30.—The Staten Island ferryboat Westfield, at 1.20 p.m. to-day, when in the slip at Whitehall, and crowded with passengers, exploded her boiler. The concussion was terrific, shattering the ...

    Article : 2,557 words
  7. FAMINE IN PERSIA.

    The English Consul at Tabriz announces he has received and will forward to his Government the most heart rending details of famine in Persia. Special despatches from Constantinople say that the famine in ...

    Article : 150 words
  8. EARTHQUAKE AT THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

    The Standard of to-day publishes the details of a series of terrible earthquake shocks which recently occurred in one of the Philippine Islands. More than 200 persons were swallowed up by the ...

    Article : 67 words
  9. CUBA.

    Havana, July 22.—The Captain General has published an official account of the landnig of Rafael Quesada, with 200 men on the coast near Guantanamo. The expedition landed with eighteen mules and ...

    Article : 392 words
  10. THE LAST DAYS OF THE EMPIRE.

    The following is the defence which General Comte de Palikao, who was War Minister during the last days of the Empire, makes agianst the attacks of General Trochu:— ...

    Article : 1,078 words
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