THE following letter, addressed by M. Guizot to the Times, cannot fail to command attention:- Sir,—It is somewhat generally beleived in England —first, that France wished for and brought about the ...Article : 1,724 words
IT is our melancholy duty to record Another terrible shipwreck and loss of liffe—this time on the Irish coast. The Cambria, belonging to the Ancher line of steamers, and commanded by Captain Carnigan, was ...Article : 729 words
SUCH was the momentous question proposed by Dr. Cumming as the subject of a lecture at Myddelton Hall, Islington. It is not too much to say that if he could solve it satisfactorily, he would establish that ...Article : 1,779 words
IT is strange to read by the light of our present knowledge the speculations of our Australian fellowcountrymen on the chances of the war. At Melbourne people were doubting, at the date of our latest ...Article : 1,119 words
THE BURNING OF ABLIS.—A German hussar, who was an eye-witness of the attack on Ablis, gives an account of it in a letter under date of Rambouillet, the 9th ultimo, published in the Kreisblutt sur das ...Article : 3,528 words
THE Independance de la Moselle, published at Metz, contains the following:- "ARMY OF METZ. "Official communication verbally made to the ...Article : 949 words
A WASHTINGTON concspondent of the Huston Traveller furnishes the particulars of the causes and the reasons which actuated President Grant in removing Mr. Motley from his position as Ambassador of the United ...Article : 721 words
NAPOLEON III. explains to the world, through the convenient medium of a Pamphlot by an Officer of his Staff, why he lost every battle until Sodan, when he lost himself. He had oniginally intended, he tells ...Article : 733 words
WE have purposely refrained from writing much about the war, not for lack of definite opinions about it, but because we would avoid the "localising" of any feeling beyond thnt which is being manifested in ...Article : 697 words
General Grant is said to be anxious to bring the (Alabama) matter to a satisfactory termination, and to have given Senator Morton, whom he had lately selected as Minister to England, full instructions to ...Article : 324 words
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