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  2. TUESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

    In the early part of the day, according to previous arrangement, addresses were presented to the Emperor at Windsor. The first deputation which had the honour to be ...

    Article : 1,404 words
  3. EUROPEAN NEWS. VISIT OF THE EMPEROR OF THE FBENCH TO ENGLAND.

    No one (says the Daily News) who witnessed the progress of the French Emperor and Empress through London will soon forget the sight. Never within the recollection of man has so remarkable a procession ...

    Article : 721 words
  4. STRENGTH OF THE CRIMBEAN ARMY.

    As there have been many conflicting statements specting the strength of the army, I have [?] the following returns, which, on a certain day past, were accurate, and which shows the st[?] ...

    Article : 353 words
  5. THE WAR.

    THE Times correspondent, writing on the 2nd April, says:— "The belief that our batteries will open on Wednesday or Thursday,, is very general. To those who ...

    Article : 796 words
  6. THE SANITARIUM.

    The Sanitarium, under the care of Dr. J[?] now becoming a great curative establishments promises to afford great benefits to our [?] wounded man, who will be saved the evils of [?] ...

    Article : 194 words
  7. MONDAY'S FROCEEDINGS.

    The authorities of Calais were early on the [?] on Monday morning, and scarcely ever a finer day dawned Scarcely a breath of wind unfolded the tricolour, and there was scarcely a ripple on the water ...

    Article : 2,550 words
  8. THE BASHI-BAZOUKS AT EUPATO[?]

    I have already informed you that a large f[?] Bashi Bazouks were expected here. A [?] number have already arrived, and, as far as [?] force goes, they form by no means a despicable [?] ...

    Article : 854 words
  9. THURSDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

    The reception of the imperial party on their visit to Guildhall we gave in our second edition on Saturday, together with the reply of his Imperial Majesty to the address of the Corporation of London. These need ...

    Article : 1,132 words
  10. EMBARKATION OF THE SARDINIAN EXPEDITION.

    A letter from Turin states that nine large steamers the Cleopatrs, Emu, Bahiana, Thames, Europe Charity, Imperatrix, Tamar, and Niagara, and two sailing transports, have already arrived at Turin. This flotilla ...

    Article : 47 words
  11. BALAKLAVA AS IT IS.

    Balaklava itself has been considerably improved of late; in fact, both literally and figuratively, it is no longer the same town. Nearly all the old houses have been pulled down, and neat wooden huts erected ...

    Article : 441 words
  12. WEDNESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

    Animated by the mere hope of catching a glimpse of his Majesty and his Imperial consort, Windsor was again to-day the point of attraction for some thousands of strangers, who flocked to the castle, and besieged ...

    Article : 1,093 words
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