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  2. THE NATIVE POLICE FORCE.

    THE following is a copy of a letter addressed by Mr. Frederick Walker to the Attorney-General, containing charges of a very serious nature against certain ...

    Article : 718 words
  3. FATE OF THE CHCRCH RATES ABOLITION BILL.

    SIR. J. TRELAW[?] [?] the third reading of the [?] Rates Abolition Bill. Mr. [?] Estcourt, who contended that the bill was in itself a bad one, and ...

    Article : 455 words
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    CRIME AND TRAN[?]—It appears that [?] sec[?] have [?] [?] the editor of the European Times, of the pro[?] [?] of ...

    Article : 1,277 words
  5. A NIGHT IN LONDON WITH THE LATE COUNT CAVOUR.

    UNDER this head, a writer in the Observer describes a midnight visit made by the late Count Cavour to the very worst and poorest districts of London:— ...

    Article : 1,385 words
  6. ERUPTION OF A VOLCANO ON THE EAST COAST OF AFRICA.

    MR. CHARLES BELL, of Bekesburne House. Keut, sends the following letter to the London Times:—1 request that you wili be so good as to give publicity ...

    Article : 953 words
  7. CAVOUR AND BICASOLI.

    THE first appearance of the new Italian Ministry in the Chamber is thus described in the Turin letter of the Daily News. The personal [?] between ...

    Article : 643 words
  8. AN ALARM AT WASHINGTON.

    A CORRESPONDENT of the New York Times gives a graphic, but evidently exaggerated account of an alarm, which occasioned considerable excitement at Washington. ...

    Article : 1,790 words
  9. BCSSELL'S AMERICAN NOTES.

    IN a letter, dated New Orleans, May 25, Mr. Russ-ll says.—" There are doubts in my mind respecting the number of armed men actually in the field in the South, ...

    Article : 1,039 words
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