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  2. CONTINENTAL NEWS.

    THE attention of this gay city has been so completely abserved by the splendid reception given to the Sultan, who arrived here—weary, it is said, with his journey, and having been horribly il[?] at sea—on Sunday afternoon,and ...

    Article : 5,873 words
  3. INDIA.

    At the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Bank of Bombay, the directors reported an additional loss of £530,100 of the bank's capital, leaving £510,100 intact. The discussion on the report was [?]djourned, and a resolution ...

    Article : 708 words
  4. THE DISTURBANCES AT PENANG.

    FROM the Penang Argus of 8th August, we take the following report of a murderous outbreak at Penang:— It is our painful duty to place on record, for those whom it may concern, and for those whom it should concern, the ...

    Article : 1,338 words
  5. BALL TO THE SULTAN AT THE INDIA HOUSE.

    YESTERDAY evening, his Imperial Majesty the Suitan with his chief Ministers and the most distinguished members of his suite, was entertained at the new India Offices with a splendour and magnificence which quite threw into the ...

    Article : 2,112 words
  6. CHINA.

    WE take the following items from the Friend of China's mail summary:— We learn that the Taotai has sent official notice to the Chinaman who presides over the price of dollars, that he is ...

    Article : 848 words
  7. RUSSIA AND IRELAND,

    THE following paragraph from the Pall Mall Gazette appears to alford a clue to the canard received from New York, via Panama. The Allgemeine Zeitung, of Augsburg, publishes a ...

    Article : 639 words
  8. JAPAN.

    THE only items of general interest from Japan nra comprised in the following paragraphs:— The Japan Times asserts that a serious political imbroglio has just been cleared up at Osaka. The Tycoon was ...

    Article : 319 words
  9. MEXICO.

    The New York Times of the 12th July publishes several columns of correspondence from the city of Mexico. In his most recent letter, dated June 26, the correspondent of that paper writes:— The policy that is pursued by the ...

    Article : 260 words
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