On Wednesday, February 1, a deputation, appointed by the late conference at Birmingham, waited on Lord Palmerston to present a memorial In favour ...Article : 1,059 words
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 ...Article : 2,099 words
BRIGHTON.—Monday last being the Quarterly Meeting of Justices for the transfer and granting of new licenses ; there was one application for a new license by Mr. ...Article : 1,273 words
On the evening before the Crest of the Wave sailed from Liverpool (viz., on the 10th February) news reached that port by electric telegraph, to the effect that Sir C. ...Article : 1,125 words
THE Limerick Chronicle says that the family and friends of William Smith O'Brien now entertain a well-grounded hope of his free pardon before the end ...Article : 220 words
The Baltic has arrived at Liverpool from New York, with news to the 21st of January. President Pierce has issued his ...Article : 592 words
Whatever slight chance of peace appeared to remain after Lord Clarendon’s statement, appears to us extinguished by the following subsequent announcements:— ...Article : 302 words
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