The R.M.S. Tanjore arrived at King George's Sound at a quarter-past 6 this morning. She left Galle on December 13 at 1 p.m. She had moderate trade winds to the 22nd south, and ...Article : 236 words
The Turkoman tribes show a readiness to co-operate with the British against the Russians or Afghans. The Kurrum column advanced on the ...Article : 143 words
The "ambassadors" to the Imperial Government on behalf of the Legislative Assembly of Victoria with respect to the question of constitutional reform—Mr. Berry, the ...Article : 1,367 words
Lord Beaconsfield's declaration in his Guildhall speech, that the object of the threatened Afghan war was to acquire a secure frontier, has provoked an animated ...Article : 309 words
As no reply was received from the Ameer of Aghanistan, the Cabinet Council on Wednesday resolved to send instructions to the Viceroy of India to order an immediate ...Article : 1,391 words
The Black Prince ironclad, with the Duke of Edinburgh, left Gibraltar on the 1st for Halifax, arriving there on the 18th inst. The Duchess of Edinburgh and family remain at ...Article : 960 words
In Turkey a more cheerful feeling prevails. The confidence expressed by Lord Beaconsfield in the loyal intentions of the Russian Government, followed immediately by the ...Article : 1,002 words
A meeting of the London committee has been held at the Bank of New South Wales, Sir Daniel Cooper, Bart., in the chair. It was announced that a communication ...Article : 297 words
Five hundred prisoners were captured at Ali Musjid, and were sent to Peshawur. Of these the rank and file were released and sent home, with sufficient to sustain them ...Article : 163 words
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