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  2. THE DISTRESS IN THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICTS.

    THE Cotton Famine Committee," says the Times, " has organised its executire and commenced operations, and there is every hope that distress will be allayed for the present; but, ...

    Article : 1,149 words
  3. THE CHEATER POLICY.

    SIR,—Mr. William Corner, of Patereon, has[?] Arnold's supporters, in the matter of the proposed bridge at D[?]mo[?] a lot of [?]ard nuts to er[?] Corner correctly remarks that no reliable information[?] ...

    Article : 746 words
  4. THE POPE KING.

    UNDER the ti[?] of "What nation would consent to accept the s[?]tion of the Boman[?]?" the Eiecle has a [?]urio[?]s article which add[?]s arguments to prove that no people in either the Old or the New World would assume ...

    Article : 624 words
  5. MEXICO.

    THE latest French aoocunts from Mexico give a [?] able idea of the situation of the expeditionary force in Mixico. The Mexicans are said to have left the[?] tory of Orizaba and the heights which defend it is the[?] ...

    Article : 974 words
  6. THE PRINCESS ALEXANDRA.

    SIR John Bowring, writing from Hamburg, says:—I have [?]ad an opportunity of bearing a good deal of the fature Queen of England, and all that I hear is favourable. She is amiable, graceful, pretty, accomplished, ...

    Article : 845 words
  7. THE EXPORT WIFE-TRADE.

    THE controversy which raged daring the summer months upon the advantages of emigrating governesses has received a somewhat unexpected solution. It appears that the colonies are not ...

    Article : 1,678 words
  8. LONDON GOSSIP.

    No sooner is it announced that the spirit of Doctor Bird Sumner is on the wing for a flight to the sphere above, than, [?] the archiepiscopal mitre of Canterbury runs in every head as the ...

    Article : 2,474 words
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