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  2. Advertising

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  3. EUROPEAN NEWS TO THE 11TH. OF FEBRUARY.

    The Marquis of Clanricarde said he had given notice of a question which was on the paper that evening. He had thought, from general rumours and the language held by the noble earl on Tuesday night last, ...

    Article : 2,663 words
  4. FRANCE.

    Private letters from Brest state that the Atlantic squadron had received orders to proceed to Africa, to take on board a first division of ten thousand men, who have been already organized by ...

    Article : 2,542 words
  5. WITHDRAWAL OF THE RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR FROM LONDON AND PARIS.

    Whatever slight chance of peace appeared to remain after Lord Clarendon's statement, appears to us extinguished by the following subsequent announcements:— ...

    Article : 242 words
  6. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

    On the evening before the Crest of the Wave sailed from Liverpool, (viz., on the 10th Feb.,) news reached that port, by electric telegraph, to the effect, that Admiral Sir Charles Napier was immediately to assume ...

    Article : 1,887 words
  7. STATE OF THE CONTINENT.

    Our Vienna correspondent sends the following despatch, dated "Vienna, Thursday morning. "We learn by telegraphic advices from ...

    Article : 189 words
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