THE following telegrams are from the Times:- Rome, June 23. On Thursday, last shen Cardinal Antorell was office ally informed by the French; Ambassador of the ...Article : 148 words
AMONG Messrs. Smith and Elcer'a recent announcement may be mentioned the third and fourth volumes, completing the work, of Mr. Muir's " Life of Mahomet," and a very useful little book on " Indoor Planta, and ...Article : 1,034 words
THE following is a leading article in the Bangalore Hearld of the 28th June last. The same paper also contains the letter published by Sir William.Burton, as addressed to the Colonial Secretary, in reference to his ...Article : 1,675 words
Pursuant to advertisement a public meeting was held on Monday afternoon at Major's Creck, on a place of Government ground forming part of the township of Elrington; and immediately adjacent to tho barracks ...Article : 4,102 words
Accounts from St. Domingo, received by the last "West India mail, represent that the populations are not, as stated in the Spaniso. journals, unanimously in favour of the annexation of their country to Spain. On the ...Article : 242 words
THE New York, Herald (a not very reliable authority where English interests are conesrned) contains the following in reference to affairs in Newfoundlands:- "The most intelligent resume which we can make up ...Article : 614 words
Nine years have elapsed since the discovery of gold in Australia, and a comparison may now be drawn between the amount of that most precious, metal which has been coined at the Royal Mint between the equal periods ...Article : 3,152 words
Mr. Charles Bell of Beckesburne House, Kent, Benda the following letter to the London Times:—I request that you will be so good as to give publicity to the following account of an eruption of a hitbortoi unknown ...Article : 846 words
This committee reassembled on May 27—Mr. Arthur Mills in the chair. The other members present were— Sir G. Grey, Lord-Stanlo'y, Mr. Adderley, Sir J. Fergue son, Mr. Chichester. Fortesone, Mr. Baiter, Mr. Love, ...Article : 875 words
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