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  2. SURVEY OF THE WAR.

    THE Allied Armies have now been five months in the Crimea, and upwards of four months before Sebastopol. The sanguine hopes entertained by the British people at the brilliant ...

    Article : 1,602 words
  3. THE LAST MOMENTS OF THE COALITIONISTS.

    THE fatal day was near at hand, for it was already midnight. The commiseration of Gunter had provided a farewell repast, which was set out in one of the Government offices. The disgraced Ministers took ...

    Article : 800 words
  4. THE CRYSTAL PALACE.

    THE annual meeting of this Company was held on Thursday, the 8th of February, at the Bridge House Hotel, London Bridge. The chair was occupied by Mr. S. Laing, M.P. ...

    Article : 1,681 words
  5. THE SUFFERING JEWS IN PALESTINE.

    THE following report of the result of the appeal made in behalf of these sufferers from the tyranny and ambition of Nicholas will be perused with interest. A sum of £18,514 is acknowledged as having been ...

    Article : 2,042 words
  6. THE RAILWAY INROAD ON THE WAR OFFICE.

    ADDRESSING the Spectator on the subject of the Balaklava Railway, one "Miles Investigator" remarks that —The inefficiency of our military system, brought to light by the necessities of actual work, having virtually ...

    Article : 1,393 words
  7. THE LAW OF PARTNERSHIP.

    IT is to be hoped that, as soon as the Ministerial bourasque has blown over, Mr. Cardwell's Bill to Amend the Law of Partnership will receive the attention of the Legislature. It is high time that the ...

    Article : 1,820 words
  8. AFFAIRS AT THE CAPE.

    OUR latest advices from the Cape of Good Hope inform us that Sir George Grey has propounded a most elaberate and brilliant scheme of policy for tranquilising the frontier districts. Whether the ...

    Article : 1,289 words
  9. IMPOUNDINGS

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