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  2. THE COLUMBIAN'S MAIL.

    After six days' hard fighting our troops stormed Delhi, and got possession, with a loss of some 800 killed and wounded, among that number some 80 officers. Generals Neil and ...

    Article : 200 words
  3. THE CALCUTTA GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY.

    —The Right Hon. the Governor-General in Council has received, by a telegraphic message, the gratifying announcement that Delhi is entirely in the hands of Major-General ...

    Article : 476 words
  4. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

    NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 2. — I hove at last seen a panic. I have heard of frightened buffaloes rushing thousands strong, before a single horseman, over the prairies, and hurling themselves down the precipices that line ...

    Article : 1,933 words
  5. London, Thursday, September 17, 1857.

    Another mail from India nas arrived. Thenews is of a combined character The worst features in it are, that the mutiny has extended to the Bombay Presidency; but, on the other hand, in ...

    Article : 391 words
  6. (From the Telegraph and Courier Extraordinary.)

    The loss on both sides is immense. The whole of the city is in our possession. Sindiah has joined us against the rebels with 15,000 troops. ...

    Article : 387 words
  7. ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE.

    Parliament was not prorogued on Saturday, business not having been closed. It was expected to-day, but there was the utmost hurry as usual; it ia still sitting, ...

    Article : 822 words
  8. PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

    PARLIAMENT was prorogued by Commission on the 28th of August, the Commissioners being the Lord Chancellor, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Earl Granville, the Earl of Harrowby, and Lord Panmure. ...

    Article : 983 words
  9. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

    MR. MACARTNET (August 18) asked the Secretary te the Treasury whether, previous to the 8th day of July last (upon which day a paper was issued by the directora of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company to ...

    Article : 1,495 words
  10. BOMBAY.

    THE FALL, OF DELHI.—We quote the following from the Times:— "The news of the fall of Delhi, which arrived by the Ajdaha on the night of Thursday last, ...

    Article : 722 words
  11. CHINA.

    Hard at work since 6 a.m. we thought the labours of the day were completed, when it was discovered that Pigeons, with despatches from Galle had arrived. When they arrived it is ...

    Article : 905 words
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