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  2. THE SUEZ CANAL.

    In the House of Commons on April 11, on the report of supply. Sir H. Wolff, whose notice had been accidentally omitted from the paper, called attention the purchase of tie Suez Canal shares by the Government, and, While ...

    Article : 436 words
  3. SUICIDE OF LORD LYTTELTON.

    Lord Lyttelton died on the 19th April at his own residence, 18, Park-crasent, Regent's Park. Yesterday afternoon Dr. Hardwicke held an inquest into the circumstances connected with the death, when it was stated that his lordship ...

    Article : 297 words
  4. EXCITING SCENE ON BOARD A STEAMER.

    Latest despatches from New York contain particulars of the burning of the steamer Mary Bell at Vicksburg on the 26th February. The vessel was bound to New Orleans, and had on board about 250 passengers. Previous to ...

    Article : 245 words
  5. GALE AND SNOWSTORM IN ENGLAND.

    The Weekly Dispatch of the 16th April says:—The weather has suddenly become winterly again, and on Tuesday there were very light downfalls of snow in some parts of London, and rain in others. The wind, too, was ...

    Article : 860 words
  6. AN ENGLISHWOMAN IN MOROCCO.

    An Algerian correspondent of the Journal des Debats, referring to the mission sent by the Emperor of Morocco to some of the Arab tribes upon the Algerian frontier, gives some interesting particulars as to the Sherif ...

    Article : 223 words
  7. WHALLEY AND KENEALY.

    A truly painful scene occurred the other night in the House of Commons. Mr. Whalley called attention to certain affidavits stating that the convict Castro, alias Orton, is not Arthur Orton, and asked whether the Home ...

    Article : 327 words
  8. LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

    The maintenance of a complete agreement between the three Northern Powers is affirmed from all quarters. It has, moreover, been decided not to take any further steps in the Eastern question without a previous understanding ...

    Article : 297 words
  9. THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY AT BRUSSELS.

    A general meeting of the shareholders of the Banque de Belgique, which has been robbed so long by one of its clerks, has been officially convoked. It is expected that the directors will give full explanations as to the present ...

    Article : 530 words
  10. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF SYDNEY.

    PRESENT—The Right Worshipful the Mayor and all the Aldermen except Alderman Macintosh, for whose absence an apology was made by Alderman Davies. REPORTS. ...

    Article : 1,989 words
  11. AN ATROCIOUS MURDER.

    For some time past Blackburn and neighbourhood has been in an intense state of excitement in consequence of the murder, under revolting circumstances, of a child named Emily Holland, aged seven years. Policemen and others ...

    Article : 484 words
  12. THE COLLISION BETWEEN THE FRANCONIA AND THE STRATHCLYDE.

    The trial of the captain of the German ship Franconia on a charge of manslaughter was brought to a close at the Central Criminal Court on April 7, when the jury returned a verdict of "guilty," and judgment was reserved, pending ...

    Article : 442 words
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