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The Paisley Herald AND RENFREWSHIRE ADVERTISER

... members entertained preconceived opinions in favour of some general and centralised system of police over the whole of the United Kingdom, or, ai least, over each of the two principal divisions of it, with a centre in London and centre in Edinburgh ; and ...

Amendment the Factory Acts.—On Saturday was printed a bill to limit the hours of work of women, young persons, and

... It seems that the average annual emigration during the last six years has lx?en 298,584, and that the number who left the United Kingdom 1832 was 368,764, being 23A percent, above the average, and per cent, above the emigration of 1851, the largest that ...

RUSSIA'S PAST AND TURKEY'S FUTURE

... leave them free to develope each their own resources, and to follow their own peculiar phase of civilization—Greek, Sclavonic, or mixed, as it might be; but unite them in bond which would render them a powerful and probably impassable ajra i Muscovite en ...

THE BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR

... the present year. The following comparison of the heads of each account will best show where difference arises:— Incwiie the United Kingdom in the years ending sth July. 185*2. 1838. £ £ Custom 20,857,551 20,901,397 Excise, 14,581,604 15,303,732 ...

COMMITTEE FOR PRIVILEGES

... Crawford and Balcarras, and Lord Lindsay, in the peerage of Scotland, and sitting in their lordships' house, a peer of the United Kingdom, under the title of Baron Wigan of Haigh Hall. This nobleman had recently succeeded in establishing his right, before ...

Foreign Intelligence

... that of the United States likely to a serious one. On the sth. the Italian and Hungarian refugees in Constantinople gave Mr. Marsh a serenade, and the American Diplomatist came out 011 his balcony and gave cheer for the freedom of the United States, Italy ...

Foreign Intelligence

... to the 19th, from Boston the June. New difficulties arc reported to have risen to com plicate the negotiations between the United States British governments in respect to the Fisheries. The New York papers are filled with accounts of the festivities upon ...

Foreign Intelligence

... had expressed their readiness to refund to the United States the sum of dols., being the estimated amount of postage erroneously credited that office by the United States on newspapers sent from the United States, through England, to certain countries ...

DEATH OF ADMIRAL OF TIIE FLEET, TUB Hon. G. G.C.8., F.R.S. Not only the navy aild army, but thfe general

... e Right Hon. Sir George Cock burn, lit., F.R.S., Admiral of the Fleet, Major-Genera! of Marines, and Kear-Adiuirai of the United Kingdom. .Sir G. Cockburn was confessedly the Wellington of the navy, and, like his illustrious brother officer, has lived ...

THE FUTURE OF CHINA

... revolution the world has yet seen. more magnitude it comprises a population equal that all Europe and all America put together. It unites the chief features of all the great changes that stand out in the history the world. a destruction temples, and idols, and ...

THE WILLIS SLANDER OF DR. BURNS

... 27 l'.lders Deacons, 22 Ministers (formerly members of Dr. congregation) 4 Manufacturers '.Hi Merc! units HI Lawyers .. 23 Physicians 10 Hankers , 5 Teachers 314 Miscellaneous Total 7 0-4 REPLY BOTH ADDRESSES. Toronto, C. W. ...