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  2. Latest Intelligence.

    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
  3. THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA.

    The exciting incidents which have just taken place in the West cannot conceal the fact that a criais of squal, if not more momentous, interest has arrived in the East. It will be remembered that in our March ...

    Article : 2,825 words
  4. THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

    The Home News says:—A glance at the interior of the buildings in its present state will not be an uninteresting prelude to the apeaing, of which we hope to give an ample account in our next number. The prospect from ...

    Article : 1,288 words
  5. AUSTRALIAN COLONIES GOVERNMENT ACT AMENDMENT BILL.

    The Duke of Newcastle, in the House of Lords (March 31) said that this bill was introduced for the purpose of remedying a mistake apparently small in itself, but which might be attended with serious consequences. By ...

    Article : 613 words
  6. JAPTURE AND RECAPTURE OF A BRITISH VESSEL.

    ON the 21st of April, the ship Emily St. Pierre, captured off C[?]arleston Harbour by the United States' ship of war James A[?]ger, arrived in the Mersey, at Liverpool. She had been r[?] captured by her captain and a small part ...

    Article : 1,086 words
  7. WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS INTO HER MAJESTY'S POSSESSIONS ABROAD BILL.

    Mr. C. Fortescue, in the House of Commons this bill, which, he said, was intended to remove doubts that had arisen in the case of the fugitive slave Anderson, and to prevent the possibility of future disputes ...

    Article : 280 words
  8. THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE.

    A deputation, consisting of the members of some of the largest mercantile houses in the city of London, walted upon the Lord Mayor yesterday, April 25th, to invite him to be the medium through whom contributions might be ...

    Article : 651 words
  9. IRON-PLATED SHIPS AND ARTILLERY.

    Our readers will perceive from our notes of the preceedings of Parliament, and also from our foreign news, that the remarkable successes of the Confederate ironclad steamer Merrimac, reported in our last, have excited ...

    Article : 1,540 words
  10. THE APPROACHING CONFLICT IN VIRGINIA.

    We have in a previous portion of our columns given a detailed, though brief, description of the position of the Federal and Confederate armies in Virginia. Telegraphic rumours brought by the last mail are of little ...

    Article : 839 words
  11. INTENSITY OF WARLIKE FEELING IN NEW YORK.

    The Times correspondent, under date New York, April 4, writes as follows:— "Broadway, which, as every traveller in America knows, is one of the finest streets in the world for the ...

    Article : 532 words
  12. THE OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION.

    The order of the ceremonial to be observed at the opening of the International Exhibition on Thursday, the 1st May, is published. All who wish to be present must take their places between 12 and half-past 1 o'clock, ...

    Article : 510 words
  13. THE BLACK PRINCE IN THE CHANNEL.

    On the 16th, the Black Prince iran frigate, sister to the Warrior, made an experiment trip outside the Isle of Wight, to test the capabilites of her enlarged rudder under steam. The area of the rudder has been increased ...

    Article : 711 words
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