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... irreuze' is inhabited by 1,110,000 of the whole of the Cm.itian popul lion , so that the civil element in Croatia is redi.ced to 4000,000' —a popelation which, united to the 12,000,000 Hungarians and Transylvanians, might offer the Government some substantial ...

THE ELGIN AND MORAYSHIRE COURIER.-JANUARY 4, 1867. THE KINO Or PRESSIA AND THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CIIIIRCH ..

... ewcise that noprem icy ov Evangelic Church, and over the r. La'..lnyan C'rurch, which belonged to the torn, r Sovere;:rn of and united nuw with toy Crown, a way as nut to trouble consciences or good religion+ hot to establish the reign of d. Let my new subjects ...

MASSACRE or THE M'DONALDS OF cunor

... Board of Trade on Tuesday a series of returns relating to the acreage of land under crops, bare fallow, and grass, in the United Kingdom iu 1866. In England, Wales, and Scotland, the acreage returns have been collected from occupiers of five and above ...

Etttrarp lutb grticnit Rtbo

... been published by the Government of Washington, which will, perhaps, surprise those who have been accustomed to think of the United States as a country of inexhaustible foresta. Timber is becoming scarce. The Commissioner of the General Land Office states ...

MontrOttc inttlitatnce. ENGLAND. Mr Walp.t'et, the Home Secretary. receicNl on Toes• day a dei.o at on the subj ..

... the Government of the United States, H.M.'s Minister at Washington has been intructed to ascertain whether that Government is prepared to accept the principle of arbitration upon the pending differences arising out of the late civil war, providing an agreement ...

Barrra, ELDER, It Co, 65 Cornhill

... first step now seems to have been taken towards Mr Johnson's deposition. This extreme measure is without a precedent in the United States, but und,r certain circumstances, it is perfectly constitutional, and the exceptional circumstances which justify such ...

gigrtritlt um REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE. (Frost tke Mark Law Express. ) The new year opened upon no

... certainly the case if statistics are to be relied on. The first favourable accounts published with Government sanction in the United States, it turns out, were perfectly delusive, both as regards Wheat and Maize, and prices have again been hardening in New ...

THE INSITRRECTION IN CRETE

... Provisional Government of Epirus have issued a proclamation inviting the Thessalians to make common cause with them and to unite under a common government. G R E E C E. In the politcal statement which the President of the Council made to the Greek Chamber ...

HEAD CE2iTRIC STEPHENB.—Mr Head-Centre Stephens bas turned up again. The friends of that heroic and devoted ..

... are set straight the poly gamy of Utah mist be put an end to, especially as theves and property of other citizens of the United St :tes are not always secure under its present Government. Mr Howard, of Michigan, san after the opening of Congress, offered ...

ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT AGAINST PRESIDENT JOHNSON

... or civil, unless he has first taken the oath that he has never given support, countenance, or encouragement to the enemies of the country in armed rebellion. Another specification under this head will be that he bas refused to sustain the Civil Rights ...

Juarez Goverement. The steamer Don, with . . .

... :—First, the civil war Mill continues, with grief we state the fact ; it stains the devastated territories with the blood of thousands of our countrymen, and is every day assuming vaster proportions; secondly, the hostility of the United States towards ...

BURGH OP ELGIN

... the United States—under which head the chief apeci- fication will be, that under his directions appointments have been made to State offices of men who have not taken the oath of loyalty. He will also be charged with refusing to sustain the Civil Rights ...