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sU«irdlanrottS

... suppose that Mr will have employment enough for his force next summer without stirring up civil war in Kansas. THE UNITED STATES ARMT. According to the report of the United States Secretary of-War, the army consists of nineteen regiments, divided into teu of ...

HUfrrllaarss*. Tm* Expedition.— We %n worry learn from Mem received the Rev. Somerville, Secretary to the ..

... HUfrrllaarss*. Tm* Expedition.— We %n worry learn from Mem received the Rev. Somerville, Secretary to the Mkrine Board of the United Piwbyterian Church, from Fernando Po, West Coast of Africa, that the steamship Day Spring, that last summer went up the Niger ...

WRECK OF THE CATHERINE ADAMSON

... purch«.d their Walker had been arreted at Nicaragua •*-— but it would appear that the adjuatmen. of Commodore Paulding, of the United Slates nary, «*>' conlributorie. amongat thonwalrea mi conrejred as a State priwiner to New York, wbiehia part of the dutie ...

U. PRESBYTERY OF PAISLEy AND GREENOCK. Thii Rev. met in Abbey Clom Hall, Parley, Tuesday la«t 11 o’clock—the ..

... which ministers could give more of their time to that work, If their congregations would unite with them in hearing part of the burden. Let two congregations unite in procuring a preacher, who can be obtained simply writing to ask I the appointment of ...

AUSTRALIA

... from Cl*de. 29th Noe. and le'i 3hth. Archibald >i*Mill«n, Lyle, Manrirlus from Clyde, Nov. B icancia, Ntrdman.at Havana from Civile, sib ult. Lady Ann, disc barging Havre from ult. Dngget, Lambert, at New York lor Clyde, 13lb uit Ameer. M’Bride, Singapore ...

(TRTIE'XOTK TFLEnEAPTI, • FEBPiT'AEY 3, 1338

... announcement on Monday, the measure will found to apply to only limited portion of the present system. The Supreme Court?, the Civil Service, and, above all. the Vice-regal authority will left untouched. The settlement land revenue will remain for the con ...

GEEENCOK TELEGRAPH, FEBRUARY 17, I*sB (fngUnl

... 1865 are the sous of military, medical, and marine officers and chaplains in the East India Company's service, or sons of civil servants in the company's service ; are sons of military, naval, and medical officers in her Majesty's service ; are sons of ...

Jlaral and -rtlilitant

... compliments paid to the troops, laid down iu the Queen's regulations, are to be considered applicable to the officers of the civil department of the army when in uniform. Good service pensions of L.lOO per annum each have been bestowed the Commander-in-Chief ...

Spirit tit fvtii. THK TIMES ox THR CONSPIRACT BILL. W« an first told that awn auppodng M. Betaud tw coorictcd

... complications Greece, resulting in civil war; while in Portugal, Switzerland, and even South America, the political machine was thrown out of gear, the discordant action of the two great forces, which are strong enough when united propel the world along the path ...

FROM LIVERPOOL

... parte, tight and dark; the northern hemisphere growing still longer, lighter, and broader, and the two opposite dark parte uniting into one, and swallowing the southern enlightened part. At upon the first lucid point appearing the beavem when the eon waa ...

f rotund

... f rotund. The Queen has approved of Sir George Vail Con snl at Glasgow for the United States of America. Lord John Manners, the new Commissioner of Public Works, has given his consent to application for leave employ the operatives present out of work ...

HOUSE OF LORDS

... India. They would, in feet, te use popular phrase, representative men. Each of the civil services of the four presidt would lie represented. Oi.a would member of the civil service who bad served 10 years at least in the upper provinces, or in those countries ...