The P. and O. Company' Mail Steamer Bombay, arrived in Port Jackson yesterday, and we now furnish particulars of the news:— REUTER'S TELEGRAM. ...Article : 193 words
The solution of the Roman question is reported to be near at hand. Dissensions have arisen between Marquis Lavalette, French Ambassador, at Rome, and ...Article : 326 words
The Queen has bestowed the vacant garter on the Duke of Somerset, Lords Canning, Russell, Shaftesbury, and Fitzwilliams. Captain Robertson, sentenced to be cashiered, but not ...Article : 3,341 words
Her Majesty and Royal Family left Windsor for Osborne, on the 4th, travelling in strict privacy, without salutes or guard of honour. The Queen continues in good health. Her Majesty will ...Article : 295 words
Generals Sir G. Whitmore, Sir R. Houston, Rear Admiral Sir W. Carroll, Sir James Ross, Colonel Morse Cooper, Mr. Beadon, formerly police magistrate, Lady Clifford; Admiral Sir ...Article : 42 words
The strong character of the weekly bank return caused the funds to open to-day without any further depression from the expectation of the Russian loan; but there was, ...Article : 472 words
Ill fortune still pursues the Confederate cause in the United States. The North continues to make steady progress. General Shield's division of the Potomac army has defeated the Confederates at ...Article : 820 words
Nothing of importance occurredin the Lords from Colonies Government Act Amendment Bill was read a second time; 2nd April, same bill passed committee; April 4th, Duke of Somerset stated that ...Article : 1,506 words
HIDES.—Less demand for Australian, and at public sales, which offered about 28,000, only half was disposed of at about ?d. to ¼d. per lb. reduction on late rates. ...Article : 380 words
The revenue returns for the year and quarter ending 31st March, were published on the 1st instant. They show a decrease in the year of £609 195, and an increase in the quarter of ...Article : 202 words
The official programme of the proceedings at the opening of the Great Exhibition on the 1st of May, has been published with the ode written by Mr. Tennyson, which is to be sung on the ...Article : 389 words
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