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  3. THE SIMLA'S MAIL. News to November 12th.

    BY the arrival of the Simla, Captain Cooper, from Southampton, we have English news to the 12th November. We have been favoured by Mr. Nahmer, of this city, with some late ...

    Article : 592 words
  4. CONSTANTINOPLE.

    A letter from Constantinople, of the 30th ultimo, alluding to the visit paid by Redschid Pasha to M. Thouvenel, says it may be inferred that the Grand Vizier, on returning to power, would not be hostile to ...

    Article : 571 words
  5. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

    "Pio Nono frequently shows himself superior to the traditional prejudices of his station, and breaks through the trammels of etiquette which successive ages have established around the Papal ...

    Article : 1,822 words
  6. MALTA.

    We have received Malta news to the 5th of November. The squadron under Rear-Admiral Sir R. S. Dundas continued at anchor in Valetta Harbour. Her Majesty's steam gun-boat Wanderer returned ...

    Article : 207 words
  7. SPAIN.

    There are once more rumours of a change of Ministers in Spain, with its unfailing accompaniment in that country, of a change in the form of Government. The Madrid Gazette of the 6th November contains a royal ...

    Article : 128 words
  8. THE EAST.

    MARSEILLES, 3rd November.—The Sultan held a Grand Divan on the 1st of November. Lord Stratford de Redcliffe gave a magnificent entertainment on that day in honour of conferring the Order of the Garter ...

    Article : 55 words
  9. INDIA.

    From India we learn that preparations continued on an enlarged scale for the expedition to the Persian Gulf. A detachment from the Persian army before Herat had captured the Affghan city of Furrath, sending the ...

    Article : 85 words
  10. FRANCE.

    NOVEMBER 10TH.—An extraordinary Cabinet Council was held to-day at St. Cloud, the Emperor presiding. It is probable that all the important questions now pending, both of foreign and domestic interest, were ...

    Article : 715 words
  11. PRUSSIA.

    BERLIN, 3rd November.—The semi-official Zeit declares that an authentic interpretation of the treaty of the 30th of March is necessary; that England and Austria have no right to interpret it by themselves, ...

    Article : 91 words
  12. PRUSSIA AND SWITZERLAND.

    The Nord publishes the following "two annexes" to the London protocol of the 24th May, relative to the affairs of Neufchatel:— ANNEX 1. TO PROTOCOL NO. 3. OF THE CONPERENCE OF 24TH MAY, ...

    Article : 371 words
  13. NAPLES.

    November 5.—As Mr. Lawrence Iggulden, a British subject, and his sisters were returning to their home last night, at half-past 10 o'cock, they were challenged by the sentinel, "Chi va la?" As no intimation had ...

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