SUMMARY

... iALUS POPULI LEX BUPR1EMA. SUMMARY, DOMESTIC. A Cabinet Council was held on Saturday. At the conference of the Premier with his supporters in the House of Lords, on Friday, not only did his lordship s ...

LATEST AND TELEGRAPHIC NEWS

... LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. PEUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE EMPRESS EUGENIE'S VISIT TO THE QUEEN. PARIS, JULY 21, EvE1mn., The Empress of the French left here this morn- ing for Havre, where she will embark for ...

NEWS OF THE DAY

... LIVERPOOL, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1867. A interest being by the probable turn which the Reform debate ia likely to take the House of Lords. The GoverniMiitare believed be making every prepa ...

MURDER NEAR ST. HELEN'S

... On Sunday morning, a murder of a very atrocious character was perpetrated near St Helens. The victim was a man between 55 and 60 years of age, named Adam Mather, a collier, res ...

FOREIGN SUMMARY

... The accounts from Australia by the present mail irdicate that the supply of wheat and flour in all the colonies will be unusually great. Already, in the period between the Ist of Janu ...

BOROUGH SESSIONS, YESTERDAY

... (Before Mr. J. B. Aspinall, Q.C., Recorder). itwrfz7.l.emßNT. William Jackson was convicted of having the sums of £4 6d and £3, on the 14th May 4th Tune, the of William W ...