THE recent[?] eavy and continuous rainfall has led to most disastrous [?]sults in Lancashire and Yorkshire, and probably ot[?] parts of the country will suffor to an equal extent, unless [?] fine weather sets in. Many of the streams and ...Article : 3,558 words
THE Home News says:—Relative to the proposed prose[?] tion of ex-Governor Eyre, the Attorney-General is repo[?] to have decided that a retainer which tha Jamaica C[?] mittee offered to Mr. Coleridge, Q.C., and which was ...Article : 148 words
THE elections have passed off quietly. The Republicans have carried New York State. Governor Fenton obtained a majority of 10,000 votes. The Republicans were also successful in New Jersey, Vermont, Michigan, and ...Article : 1,269 words
Several French journals assert that the Emperor Maximilian of Mexico is on his way to Europe, and one goes so far as to say that his Majesty will land in England on the 1st or 2nd of December. An understanding has been come ...Article : 685 words
The Emperor and Empress of the French, with the Prince Imperial, arrived at Compiegne, from Paris, on the afternoon of November 13. The Court will stay at Compiegne about a month. The great feature of the "hunting ...Article : 1,834 words
A NEW Chancellor, a new Justice of Appeal, and a new Master of the Rolls took their seats, on November 2, clad in the gorgeous gold embroidered robes of Chancery judges, while a new Chief Justice of Ireland and a new Judge ...Article : 882 words
A[?] announced by telegraph, the marriage took place on Friday last. The brilliant appearane of the chapel crwoded with august personages is thus described by a correspondent of the Times:— ...Article : 2,716 words
THE Secretary of State for War has decided upon granting a substantial reward to the family of the unfortunate deceased Mr. Snider, the inventor of the new breech-loader. Captain Cowper Phipps Coles, R.N., has been ...Article : 954 words
THE Master of the Rolls gave judgment on November 6 in this cate. It was a suit instituted by Dr. Colenso, as Bishop of Natal, against Mr. Gladstone,M. P., Mr. Hubbard, M.P., Vico-Chancellor Wood, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and ...Article : 1,850 words
The Royal Mail Bteaaahip Atrato arrived at Southampton from the weet Indies on November 11, and waa immediately placed in quarantine by the medical superintendent of the port, yellow fever having broken out on board just ...Article : 603 words
FENIANISM, which it was hoped was dead and buried, has latterly shown signs of revival, which have given rise to some alarm and apprehension, especially in the more southern districts of Ireland. The Dublin Nation of 24th ...Article : 641 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
It's easy and takes two shakes of a lamb's tail!
With your Trove account you can: