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  2. FOUR DAYS'—LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND.

    THE Spray of the Ocean arrived on Saturday, bringing the mails of the 22nd of February. The following summary of the latest intelligence received by this arrival was published in a second edition on Saturday morning:— ...

    Article : 371 words
  3. COMMERCIAL.

    ALTHOUGH the arrivals of produce have been large during the past few days, yet the quantity offered at auction has not been large. In WOOL, about 130 bales have been sold without any reduction ...

    Article : 1,122 words
  4. HOUSE OF COMMONS, FEBRUARY 21.

    Lord Palmerston stated that it was the intention of the Government to appoint a commission of general Officers to received explanations from officers whose conduct was impugned in the report of the commissioners appointed to ...

    Article : 693 words
  5. TURKEY IN ASIA.

    Despatches from Berlin, dated the 17th, mention that intelligence had reached that city, by way of Vienna, which speaks of a battle between the Turns and the Russians, on the 5th January, near Zugdidi. Six ...

    Article : 119 words
  6. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

    THERE was a large attendance at the weekly produce sale of Messrs. Mort und Co. to-day. The quantity offered at auction was small, considering the large amount of produce which had ...

    Article : 3,982 words
  7. WAR PREPARATIONS.

    The TIMES Paris correspondent is assured that the warlike preparations in France are continued just as if no conferences were about to be opened. The POST correspondent states that despatches from Asia Minor speak of the ...

    Article : 220 words
  8. THE CRIMEA.

    The GAZETTE contains a despatch from General Codrington, dated Sebastopol, February 4th, which describes the destruction of Fort Nicholas on that day by the French. 100 lbs. of powder were in the several mines at ...

    Article : 87 words
  9. FRANCE.

    I am informed, on very credible authority, that a perfect understanding has been come to between the Emperor and Lord Clarendon, with regard to the interpretation to be given to the fifth point of the Austrian conditions, and ...

    Article : 473 words
  10. THE WOOL MARKET.—FEBRUARY 21.

    Public sales of colonial wool commenced in London on the 14th instant; it is believed 40,000 bales will be brought forward. The extreme firmness with which the sales are going off, ...

    Article : 53 words
  11. MONEY MARKET.

    Pending the announcement of the rate of the new Loan the money market displays little variation worthy of notice. The demand for money has been less heavy, while the supply of capital seeking investment has been most liberal. ...

    Article : 119 words
  12. THE PEACE CONFERENCES.

    The Conferences were to commence on Monday, the 26th of February, at the Hotel of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Count Walewski would afterwards assemble at a grand ...

    Article : 54 words
  13. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 36 words
  14. THE CRIMEA.

    Crimean letters to the 9th instant had arrived. Fort Alexander was shortly to be blown up, mid it is said the French will destroy some of the principal buildings. Educational lectures had commenced in the 3rd division, ...

    Article : 65 words
  15. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,052 words
  16. RAILWAY MANIA IN AUSTRIA.

    The TIMES Vienna correspondent writes, that not only is the railway mania violent, but speculation has taken possession of all classes there; and it is credibly asserted that there inevitably must be "a terrible smash," ...

    Article : 82 words
  17. CONTINENTAL POLITICS.

    Although the Plenipotentiaries have not yet assembled in Council, it is stated that the exigencies of diplomatic etiquette have already been fully discussed and satisfactorily settled. That knotty question, precedence, has been ...

    Article : 895 words
  18. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

    The Earl of Albemarle presented a petition from native and European merchants of the British settlement, of Singapore, praying for protection from piracy. They asked what stops had been taken to comply with a memorial from ...

    Article : 608 words
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