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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1858. REGISTERED FOR TRANSMISSION ABROAD

... question uninfluenced local feeling* or |>rejudioe*, a satisfactory settlement would lie arrived at. (Hear, hear.) They would have unit y of examining legal gentlemen ii|k>u it. In suggesting the course which lie was now advocating, he begged House remember that ...

THR GABRIBOV AT THR MAURITIUS

... hopes of being able bring m • measure on tbe subject before cloee session. The House then went into Committee Supply upon tne Civil Service estimate*. . . » A £7J,73U foe tl* of 8cl»*« «xj Art TOto £223,000 for N»Uom) gjw-Uy,** Irebod, o k.i« di«naioo tb ...

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... embodying militia, and also for a hill to continue the act enabling her Majesty to accept the services of the militia out the United Kingdom. Lord Johw Russell moved the second reading the Jews Bill (Lord Lucan’s). Mr. moved an amendment that we Bill be read ...

THE HYDRA BAD INSCRIPTIONS

... proviaM could hardly have been ignorant that there arc aud have been for years Christian converts in this province employed civil offices, one laast of superior ia emolument to that of Kardar, and that 1 never objected to the employment promotion such persons ...

IRELAND

... received. Queenstown, Sunday. The Atlantic Telegraph Squadron, composed of her H.M.S. Agamemnon, Gorgon, and Valorous, and the United States steamer Niagara, left hero early this morning. Mb. Disraeli’s Irish Visit.— Saunders* Newsletter state*, authority ...

Mr. Roebuck moved the omission of the clause

... eommiinlcations were now in abeyance. During that abeyance the Government of the United States had made a friendly overt are that l»er Majesty’s Government should offer to the United States a plan for their consideration which shouKl accomplish all the objects ...

ENGLAND

... estimated at 23.450,591/. Civil List figures for 401,257/. The of all the exports from this kingdom 1857 was 286,194.531/., and that of the 136,215,849/. (official). The real declared value the ‘product* and manufactures of the United Kingdom exported last ...

HOUSE OF COMMONS—TQttOAJT

... act 16 and 17 Vib., for diminishing tbe number sheriffs in Scotland by trane*' (erring any of tbe sheriffs of counties be united into ooa sheriffdom to such other sheriffdoms as may become vacant. Mr. Walpole said the number of sheriffs had already been ...

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... question of first appointments, and that of tlie discipline and reorganisation of army afterwards, are distinct questions, that unite possible to deal with tbe one with out touching other. Now, with regard tbe part the question connected with Indie, which the ...

SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1858

... right of Brookes’ received heavy blow when it l>ecaiue expedient or necessary to discard Lord John Russell, tie jura champion civil and religious liberty, in favour more vigorous, hut less legitimate leader, so tliat the return of the Tories to office was ...

regiments tbe coast of Africa. was rumoured that the Court of Directors had with wußculty suppressed solemn ..

... the nominal possession of a Christian creed or of a-year, and it may be added that future agitations for the Courier and for civil and religious liberty have sutfered corresponding mutilation. The contrivance which enabled the House Lords to altandon its ...

EXTRACTS FROM PCXCH

... received a hint hiss gently, end to hold its rattle still ? So would seem from the following very sibilation of our adversary the United States have complain of John Bull, they point Id Ihefir cotton fields, and John Ball becomes pliant and eeenmmednling. So ...