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  2. THE WAR.

    RETURN OF THE BALTIC FLEET.—Sir Charles Napier arrived in his flagship, Duke of Wellington, 131, screw, at Spithead, on Sunday night, Dec. 17th. and next morning landed at ...

    Article : 5,134 words
  3. SPAIN.

    In the Cortes, on the 19th December, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Senor Luzurriaga, read the programme of the Espartero Cabinet to the following effect:— ...

    Article : 329 words
  4. SCREW PILES.

    Sir—Observing in your issue of to-day a letter from Mr. Robert Kay, on screw-piles, we take leave to address you a few lines for the information of your readers to state that we ...

    Article : 398 words
  5. ITALY.

    A great insurrectionary movement is not only at this time contemplated in Italy, but the leaders of it are fearless (and foolish) enough to announce it publicly. The Italian ...

    Article : 677 words
  6. TOBACCO GROWING.

    A German correspondent has sent us tho following instructions as to the cultivation and preparation of tobacco:—"Sow Virginia seed in June or July, and shelter against ...

    Article : 714 words
  7. THE STATE OF THE PUBLIC, BALANCES AND THE MONEY MARKET.

    An attempt is industriously kept up to exhibit the state of the public balances in the Bank of England in an unfavourable light, with a view to depress the money market, and the ...

    Article : 762 words
  8. GREECE.

    By Intelligence rom Athens, dated 16th December, we have received (says the Home News of January 4th) the King's speech on the opening of the Chambers. The following ...

    Article : 253 words
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    Advertising : 3,438 words
  10. THE RUSSIANS IN EASTERN ASIA.

    The affair at Petropolowski has not attracted the attention it deserved. The interest of the event is weakened by the national ignorance of geography. The fortress is said to be in ...

    Article : 1,229 words
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