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REFORM MEETING AT BIRMINGHAM

... • >th which the election by which it was * conducted and to the pledges wlikh were Willis’ j Rooms the statesmen now office Unit better : should brought forward them. The bin, which must something in the shape of a com promise, and if not so full and ...

LO-S OF SIX HUNDRED SPANIARDS

... the two little squadrons of Princesa Hussars (the regiment with while pelisses which the gallant Diego Leon commanded in the civil war) had got well into the valley, preceding most infantry, and looking out for an opportunity for a dash. Seme Moorish cavalry ...

his Lordship intcndc>l to lay down positively that they could no. restore Mr Miilan to his place; because, if it

... (Hear, bear.) Let them never anticipate the time when the civil power would attempt to put into action such principles as those which reference had been made that dav. himself had seen tlie civil powers position in which had no wish to see it again. was ...

NEW ORDINANCES BY THE COMMISSIONERS

... Philosophy in CiJlnie. The Proles-orship of Civil and Natural History in MaiischalCollege shall the Professor-hip of Natural History the University Aberdeen, and shall held ■laiinM Xlrot, now Professor o£ Civil and Natural History in Mario ha! CiJlroe. ...

THE BANFFSHIRE JO HEN AL, Tuesday, January 31, 1860

... s and those the United Stales, such collision has however, been prevented the judicious conduct of my general and civil officers the s|H)t. and the equitable torv provisional arrangement proposed this matter by the Government the United States. 1 tru-l ...

ONE OF THE NEW FRENCH FRIGATES ORDERED TO SEA

... suppressed [Reuter’s Telegram.] Park, Monday.—The following is report of the Minister of the Interior, which predcs the Uniters : • The Uniters was the organ of a religious party, whose pretentions were every day becoming more directly in opposition to the ...

k KOI ST RATION OF VOTBbS —PREVENTION OP RKIRf RT

... the provisions of tha bill were erricised. and a number of other suggi»tiuiik thrown out, leave was given Inii.g the hill. CIVIL ADMINISTRATION INDIA, Mr ansitt.vkt moved for a s. lect committee to enquire into the nolicv of intnxlueing reform into the ...

NUMBER OF POOR

... England has not many and warm friends amongst our neighbours. We believe will found, almost universally, that foreigners who unite very extended knowledge of the actual Btafe of the world to honesty and good abilities look with a most favourable eye upon ...

THE BANFFSHIRE JOURNAL, Tuesday, March 6, IBGO

... maintains an even tenor which unquestionably his own. He never forgets that he a Russell, and that he has been the defender of i civil and religious liberty. Calmness is his great characteristic. looks as if he had assurance for anything. A great authority has ...

AN N EXATK)N WIIOLESALE

... relation existed between them. Occasionally the lady got cross the delay which maketh the heart sick,’ and insisted being duly united in the bonds of holy , wedlock according the laws of the Church, but ill-nature, or unwarrantable treatment, on either side ...

THE BANFFSHIRE JOURNAL Tuesday, March 20, IF(iQ

... as to root out the slave trade which stiff existed there, carry t- the natirt-s the benefits of religion and the com' rts civilized social system. Sir John having then paid high compliment the Indomitable energy, the large ©mi Christian of Dr Livingstone ...