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  2. THE REASONS WHICH FORBID OUR MAKING WAR FOR POLAND.

    THE debate in the House of Commons on Mr. Horseman's motion, the known intimations of the English Government, and, yet more, the announced opinion of the English people, forbid any idea that we shall ...

    Article : 2,123 words
  3. THE INSURRECTION IN POLAND.

    THE following despatch from Lord Russell to the Ambassador of Great Britain in St. Petersburg, respecting the insurrection in Poland, was published on the 10th of July:— ...

    Article : 1,682 words
  4. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    THE PRESIDENT took his seat at twenty-six minutes past four o'clock. PRINTING COMMITTEE. Mr. ALLEN brought up the seventh report of the ...

    Article : 2,811 words
  5. THE EFFECT OF THE PRESENT LAWS OF MARITIME WARFARE ON AMERICAN SHIPPING.

    WE gave last week, at almost tedious length, an exposition of the "Foreign Enlistment Act," and we need not, therefore, return to the subject in reference to Mr. Cobden's remarks on Friday night. He wishes ...

    Article : 610 words
  6. MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS.

    In Britain the average of life exceeds that of France by eleven years, notwithstanding the superior French climate. Some one called Richard Steele "the vilest of ...

    Article : 2,948 words
  7. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    THE SPEAKER took the chair at twenty-nine minutes past three o'clock. WINDSOR AND RICHMOND RAILWAY. Mr. CUNNEEN asked the Secretary for Works, "1. [?] ...

    Article : 22,995 words
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