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  2. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    SIR Culling Eardley, the son and successor of the baronet of that name who was so well known in connection with religious movements, was brought up in custody at Bow-street Police Court, London, on the ...

    Article : 3,392 words
  3. THE DEAD-LOCK IN VICTORIA.

    THE odd constitutional contest which has raged for two or three years in the colony of Victoria still proceeds with unabated vigour, nor have Australian politicians yet learned the English secret of ...

    Article : 1,841 words
  4. OTHER OUTRAGES IN LONDON.

    BEFORE daylight on Sunday morning, 15th December, a police constable on duty in the vicinity of Grosvenor-square saw flame bursting from the window of the library, a front room of No. 4, the property of Mr. ...

    Article : 931 words
  5. THE CONTINENTAL PRESS ON THE FENIAN OUTRAGE.

    AMONG the few Continental newspapers which denounce the criminal folly of Fenianism is the Cologne Gazette, a journal which, as the principal organ of the Prussian Liberals, possesses considerable influence in ...

    Article : 393 words
  6. TRAVELLERS' TALES.

    J. S B. INFORMS the editor of the P. M. Gazette that he has "just been reading a very interesting article in the Month, entitled 'Scenes from a Missionary Journey in South America,' which contains some ...

    Article : 1,109 words
  7. DIARY OF AN ABYSSINIAN PRISONER.

    THE diary of Dr. Blanc, one of the Abyssinian captives, has just been published in Bombay. This paper, dated Magdala, August 31, 1867, contains a complete account of the varying fortunes attending ...

    Article : 1,603 words
  8. CONSPIRACY TO DESTROY MILLBANK PRISON.

    THE Globe, of December 18th says: Without the slightest desire to heighten the alarms which the recent outrages on the part of the Fenians have caused, we must say that the situation is now one of great ...

    Article : 285 words
  9. THE DUTY OF LOYAL IRISHMEN.

    MR. William Digby Seymour thus writes to the London Times on the above subject:— Sir,—You assigned me a liberal space in your columns when Irecently addressed you in the capacity ...

    Article : 697 words
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