AMERICA. Qneetniewn, Friday, July 25. The Royal malt se-aster .Inglo-Saxou arrived here this evening. Mu news ..

... drive them back at the point of - the bayonet. Vicksburg can't Le taken. Toe rieblntrg Whig soya the damage to the city it very *every. The publication of the Whig is hereafter suspended, the shot and shell falling too thick for our printers. Vicieibive ...

PRIVATE TUITION

... through the town, and amused themselves as best they could, until the time came for their departure by the evening trains. The Whig and freeman, true to their well-known instincts—to depreciate everything Conger vatic° or Protestant—set down the number , ...

THE LATE LORD DUNGANNON

... what were regarded as there senseless demonstrations in the North of Leland on the pert of Orangemen. The whole vocabulary of Whig and Radical spleen, large as it undoubtedly is, was exhausted n vituperative efforts to bring into disrepute and contempt whatever ...

Lll.l iltee hi III:, 11 Lant:s Hurt-, then,

... Protestant has rest. A'd is tormoil and tumult. The ono dares to violate the law, and the other is protesting against such license. Whig Government in Ireland bespeaks partiality, weakness, and, as the consequence, disorder and disaster. From the dal s of its ...

NOTICE

... prove that the Protestants were the aggresses, but, in vain. Tho Ulster Observer, theNerthern Whig, and the Banner, have entered into a Trinity in Unity—if the Whig wil allow the expression, of malicious abuse, in order to lay the onus of the disgraceful ...

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT

... and several threatening notices have been receive through Drumm Post-ofilcs.—Erpresr. R. A. DUNCAN, ESQ., MAGHERATELT.—We (Whig) have great pleasure in copying the following paragraph which appears in the Lesdea Sunday 'limes newspaper of the 12th inst ...

MANSLAUGHTER AT WICHLING

... acts is upper, libel. The draft takes place in Now York City on the 10th Nov. There will tem d'art hi Boston- The Riatmond Whig ea) s—•' The order of he Secretary ter War to enrol conscripts between and 45 years of age is unpopular. if odi•iite, swung ...

L3/417RPAII,JPECEPE8 201 1832

... adherents. They cortatitnte, therefore, a species of out-doer relief to the younger branches of the aristoeracy, and of the Whigs in particular. Bishops, deans, and chapter adopt another standard of excellence. It is family relationship. Happy is that' ...

HIGH bIiERRIFFS FOR THE YEAR 1869

... ltoiia ay Company fell oil the angina of a train at Ituntourry, and sastained fractal of the leg, from the caucus of whieb ha Whig. r.)ItTAIwN N EN? RE US I.sl.llTltit RAILWAY COM PANY. —lly the derision sir sed at on the of 1110 j4ig of the Portadown ...

STEAM FROM LURCAN TO AMERICA IRST-CL ASA 'STEAMSHIPS litfiz.r.multfiraorialt ,- (km EVERY FRIDAY, and a Froe ..

... United Kingdom to America, has been established beyond contradiction, but it is a part of the principles of trade with the Whigs to deal very abundantly in injustice to Ireland, and this, the most flagrant of their dishonest acts, plainly shows that fair ...

a ibw frifidly 1.:,%% cr. So much for Whig ,We (=mot comprvhtud how Mr. Gladmion‘ ca‘havo the cour“gc to moct

... a ibw frifidly 1.:,%% cr. So much for Whig ,We (=mot comprvhtud how Mr. Gladmion‘ ca‘havo the cour“gc to moct the'reprcientAtivcs of the pcoplc hicc to face, or how he can assume, as ho invariably docs, the character of a philanthropist who is ever ready ...

THE 0/4W-A-Y-Strpflitt

... positively 'tete t there is distieds ; in this' bonntry; 'nay, will action) , advocate the elainis of )t• gry thalwny The Whigs are turn over a now lest; and to poovb their terual anxiety for Ireland and the Irish. If any one desires to knots the most ...