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SUPPRESSION OF THE INDIAN MUTINY

... treachery and cruelty in every form and with overwhelming odds when the civil authorities were most powerful wherever they were most military, and when every English officer —civil or military—needed for the effective discharge of his duties the power ...

revival of the slave trade

... addressed to the civil, not to the military authorities in India. Practically, at the present moment, there is little or no distinction between them. There is no class in India so awkwardly situated in this painful emergency as the civil authorities. They ...

FORET C >T. 1 T E M S

... fugitives. To the north west of Delhi, in the Hurrianah district, General Van Cortlandt is still busy repressing disturbance and resettling the country. the 6th of September an insurgent village near Hansi was surprised, and its occupants driven out and dispersed ...

THE PREMIER IN THE CITY

... have despatched from these shores the largest army that 1 believe ever at one time left them, we have now under arms in the United Kingdom many fighting men as we had before the news of the mutiny reached us ; and therefore, if any foreign nation ever dreamed ...

GREENOCK TELEGRAPH, NOVEMBER 14, 1857

... GREENOCK TELEGRAPH, NOVEMBER 14, 1857. and Roman steadfastness were too much for him, in spite of the terrible civil war which, during a great part of the period, was raging at Home ; and he was driven from field to field, from point point, from country ...

THE HUDSON S BAY COMPANY

... still, the rest of the world is not standing still. Above all other people, the British race and their descendants in the United States are rapidly advancing over the continent of North America, subduing to the use of man every region fit for his habitation ...

NAVAL AND MILITARY

... Owen, St John, New Brunswick, on the 3d inst. Vice Admiral Owen was on the Reserved Pension List. It is rumoured (says the United Service Gazette) that the highest military authorities contemplate altering the intended system of military education for ...

EDWARD GRUBB, ESQ. COURSE OF LECTURES. THE COMMITTEE of the oreenock total abstinence SOCIETY have much ..

... ’’ Lecture IV’.—Political and Social Ethics of the Temperance Reformation—exhibiting the Reciprocal Relations between the Civil Rights and Moral Ob.igation of the Citizen. The FIRST LECTURK of the Course will delivered the Kveuing of FKIOAY, 4th December ...

COURSE OF POPULAR LECTURES,

... the Society, and at tbe Booksellers. Greenock, 28th November. 1857. SUPPRESSION OF THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. GREAT PUBLIC MEETING, UNITED KINGDOM ALLIANCE SUPPRESSION OF THK LIQUOR TRAFFIC. P. eridfnt ; Sir WALTER C. TREVELYAN, Baronet. Vice- Piftuifuti : The ...

REV. W. G. BLAIKIE’S LECTURE

... lecture recounting some of those social problems of almost insuperable difficulty with which the onward march of British civilization was encumbered. Our prisons and penitentiaries were admitted evils. Every year had before our criminal courts nearly 3 ...

NOTICE

... Railway Times. Tho Press Athei.teutn, Punch, I** * Medical Gazette, H. Gardener s' Chronicle, Builder, United Service Gazette Illustrated News. Louirier la Europe, Advertiser, Gore's Liverpool. Mail Aibion, Noithern ...

GREENOCK TELEGRAPH, JANUARY 2, 1868

... concluded has been made up, and shows corresponding decline to that exhibited in the general return for the whole ports of the United Kingdom. Dulncss of trade and short irapor ions of sugar a»*e the local causes of the decline, which is as follows:—The revenuce ...