Lord R. Montague dsked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether Her Majesty's Government had received any communication from the Government of ...Article : 1,049 words
Sire,—I have received the letter which your Majesty has had the goodness to write to me, and I reply to it without evasion and with an open heart. In ...Article : 938 words
In the Supplementary Estimates for 1860 appears one item which must prove as advantageous to the general community as it will be welcome to ...Article : 831 words
Mr. Justice Perrin has at length positively retired. Mr. Fitzgerald, the Attorney-General, has been appointed his successor. Mr. Deasy, the ...Article : 1,948 words
That the power of the Pope is twofold, temporal as well as spiritual, is one of those facts which may be assumed as axioms in any political controversy. All ...Article : 1,328 words
From the papers just presented to Parliament we gain a clear insight into the events which followed the pacification of Villafranca, including the ...Article : 2,183 words
It must be said for the Emperor Napoleon that if he does sometimes perplex us by doubtful policy and ambiguous language, when he has once ...Article : 1,537 words
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