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  2. AFFAIRS AT THE RED, RIVER.

    "In the House of Commons, Mr. Mackenzie inquired [?] the Government had received any information concerning the reported murder of Mr. Scott in the [?]ed, River territory. Sir John Macdonald said the Government had as ...

    Article : 487 words
  3. BILLIARDS.

    MATCH FOR THE CHANPIONSHIP OF ENGLAND.—The second billiard match for the championship—properly so called—was played on the 14th April, at St. James Hall, Piccadilly, between John Roberts, jun., and William Cook, ...

    Article : 1,226 words
  4. TRIAL OF PRINCE PIERRE BONAPARTE.

    The trial of Prince Pierr[?] Bonaparte for shooting Victor Noir terminated on the 27th March. After all the evidence had been taken, the Judge put the question of "Guilty or not guilty " in proper form, and the jury, after an hour's ...

    Article : 112 words
  5. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

    THE Emperor reviewed on horseback, in the Place du Carrousel, the third division of the army of Paris on April 8, His Majesty looked very well. The Commission of Inquiry on the hearing of the ...

    Article : 1,512 words
  6. LIBEL ON THE PRINCE OF WALES AND THE COUNTESS, SEFTON.

    In [?]he Court [?] the Queen [?]ch on April 20,a rule for a criminal information was applied for against the proprietor of the She[?]eld Daily Telegraph for a libel on the Co[?]tess of S[?]ton. The [?] was in the following ...

    Article : 590 words
  7. THE STRIKE AT CREUZOT.

    There are fears of bad news from Cre[?]ot, and attompte are making to spread the strike all over the country. The other morning the police tor[?] down placards Ya the fe[?]bourgs which exhorted the workmen to strike. Mess[?] ...

    Article : 136 words
  8. BULL FIGHTS AT ISLINGTON.

    At Clerkenwell Police Court, Mr. Harris, barrister, on behalf of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, applied to Mr. Cooke for warrants against the persons who had taken part in the Spanish bull fights at ...

    Article : 838 words
  9. SIR ROGER C. D. TICHBORNE IN THE BANKRUPT[?]Y COURT.

    On the 22nd April, Mr. Reed ren[?] an application E[?]ade the previous day in the matter of a petition for arrangement, filed by Sir Roger Charles Doughty Tichborne, who is the claimant to the Tichborne estates in Hampshire, for ...

    Article : 598 words
  10. CASTAWAYS ON AUCKLAND ISLANDS.

    The following correspondence relative to the supposed castaways on the Auckland Islands appears in the Shipping Gazette:—The Passengers' Line of Packets for New Zealand, &c.; Offices, 34, Leadonhall-street, E.C., London, ...

    Article : 365 words
  11. SINGULAR CASE OF TRANCE.

    A Case of trance, which we are now about to relate, is certainly one of the most remarkable, as it undoubtedly is among the best verified, upon record, It appears that the wife of a blacksmith residing in Newcastle, who had been ...

    Article : 254 words
  12. INDIA.

    H.R H. the Duke of Edinburgh landed at Galle on the 9th May, and met with a warm reception. The Duke had a pleasant trip to Trincomalce, and killed one and wounded two elephants, as well as some other game. On the 10th ...

    Article : 993 words
  13. AQUATICS.

    THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.—Whether or not the race rowed on April 6 is destined to be the last of the rival Universities at Putney we cannot say, but so far as the adjuncts of delightful weather during the practice of a ...

    Article : 953 words
  14. TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

    A terrible colliery accident happened on April 8 near Bathgate, the centre of a district where collieries and mineral oil distilleries are numerous. It was discovered about half-past 11 o'clock in the morning that the upcast ...

    Article : 457 words
  15. SPORTING.

    EPSOM SPRING MEETING.—MARCH 29 and 30. The City and Suburban Handicap, of 15 sovereigns each, 10 forf[?]t, and 5 only if declared, with 200 added; the owner of the second horse to receive 50 sovereigns out of ...

    Article : 284 words
  16. AUSTRALIAN MEAT SALES.

    The second of the series of sales of Australian meat under taken by Mr. D. Tallerman, was held at the Hop and Malt Exchange, on 2nd April. The stock offered was of very superior quality, and several samples of the meat cooked ...

    Article : 340 words
  17. THEATRICAL.

    Mr. G. F. Rowe proceeds from the Olympic, where his success has remained unabated to the very last, to Liverpool, in which town he is a great favourite. In July he returns to London, having been engaged by Mr. John Douglas to ...

    Article : 600 words
  18. FAT[?] FIRE AT CARDIFF.

    E[?] on the morning of April 8, [?] fire broke out in the [?] organ [?], situated in the Ca[?] Parade, at Car[?] by which four persons were [?] to death; namely, a daughter and two grandchildern of the landford, and a ...

    Article : 594 words
  19. FASHIONS FOR APRIL.

    Many seeing materials are beginning to make their ap[?]ce, [?] it is difflcult at present to prophesy which will be the most wor[?]. Costumes formed of two shades of the same colour, [?] of a plain and a striped silk of the same ...

    Article : 762 words
  20. UNITED STATES.

    The President announces that he will soon transmit to Congress a special message, recommending the passage of a law granting universal amnesty to all persons lately in rebel[?]on. ...

    Article : 1,223 words
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