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REPORT OP THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS

... REPORT OP THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS. Tbs report of the proceedings of her Majesty's Civil Service Commiasioners during the past year has been issued. In an appendix are printed the examination papers which have been set during the year, and the ...

Spirit the Jr«s. THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA BILL. (From Frtm.) The Chancellor of the Exchequer Use introduced his ..

... are be elective. The nine seats to be tilled by the Crown are be given —four to men who have distinguished themselves in the civil service in India four to men reputation in the Indian army; and the ninth to some one who has resided with some of the native ...

GREENOCK TELEGRAPH, APRIL 10, 1858

... additional trouble and expense. SHEhirr Areal Codex. —On Thursday Sheriff Mecfarlane held hie sittings for hearing appeal* in civil causes. There wen only four caeca, and the business occupied bat a lew hours. Tbeee appeals are, of course, independent of ...

FROM LIVERPOOL

... Rajah it on trial before commission fur not having saved Major Barton and bis sons from being murdered. The Sikh (?) forte, uniter Major Even, after an obetinate battle of aome hour*, inflicted *er*re defeat on large body of Bbtel* and Mekriree (?) in the ...

HOUSE OP COMMONS

... how did that apply Lord Palmerston ? understood that some such attempts were to be made ; but were the great Liberal party united ? The late Government had been moot extravagant. Tbe only charge against the present Government was that they had published ...

englatiA

... will remain tome time in Germany to prepare himself for his position as German Prince. Photographic Miniatures Ivory. The Civil Service Gazette states that Messrs Beard and Sharp have discovered a process by which permanent photographic miniatures on ...

SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1858

... net five o’clock. The Lord CiuumtUor raid * letter from Lord Cenoio, replj to tb. rote of tbnak. to hie Excellency xnd the civil MmoU in India. The BUhop of Oxford prcwnUd » petition from Jamaica tonchin, the Spanieb (lav. trade, and called the attratica ...

TORSION AND COLONIAL ITEMS

... expedient to inatitate any legal prooeedinga X'nat the military men engaged in the late duel in M, d? Pene waa no nded, the civil authoritiea haring negatired the proceedings against the civiltana. M. Dclangle, Senator and President of the French Imperial ...

HOUSE OF COMMONS

... aa was recorded in blue booha, had even aaid prince*, Remember, you are but dust under my feet. (Hear.) He denounced tbe civil •ervioe there meet extravagant of eerviece that had ever existed, snd our policy of having created an empire too vast for our ...

Mr Fitaroy and Mr Healey opposed the motion

... 018,414 of three Mampa were raid in the United Ktagdoa, the re venae derived From them being L.53,410; theee 2,094,837 wore eoid in Sootlaad ; and in the quarter ending Slat March 1838. the number euld in the United Kingdom waa 19,8114.823, which 1,843,742 ...

SCOTCH LNTVKK.SITIES ItILL

... against wrongful convictions. Mr. BaKnow supported the bill. He contended that it was a great anomaly to allow new trial civil and not in criiumul cast *. Mr. Bowykr thought it would be a judicious amendment of the criminal law, to afford prisoners ...

(eOVEKMItNT OF NEW CALEDONIA DILL

... the Act for Inland the advice of the Committee of Privy Council, in I*4B—the jurisdiction which the courts Canada claim over civil and criminal cases in thb region. The Crown has power appoint magistrates and constitute courts having concurrent jurisdiction ...