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PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT

... of this House at the assassination of the President of the United States ; and to pray her Majesty to communicate these sentiments, on the part of this House, to the Government of the United States The noble Karl believed that the motion would receive ...

NEW BOOKS

... strong -enough for some Of thosepresent, and many preferred the more vigorous statement that the church and clergy of the United Stlate:;, as a whole, constitute a great BRPOTHER- ROO0D OF THI.EYVEq. Gariso's milder form, ~hic wasadoped, howe, hoever ...

ANNUAL DINNER OF THE SHAKESPEARE CLUB

... saying I heartily wish you may sue civil apd religious liberty all over the world. At ?? rbeT did not see asnyriimg Jik9 it. oven If they restricted I eir W'et tp the DINilised porloi of MalMnd They saw that civil and religious liberty had not gob on ...

NEW BOOKS

... A tale of the American Civil a t War. By GEORGE MUNROE ROYCE. [London: Part- ridge and Co.] Ihis is an innocent, if not very brilliant story, giving the experience in wvar and love of a lad who went through the f sorrible Civil Iyar. It is designed to ...

BIRMINGHAM DRAMATIC CLUB

... DIr. UmRIuLto D.livso~r cicxt gave hthe toacst, Civil and Rteligioues Libertyi. ~ olccuacked that no Ultrameontmanc could be thoe friendl of pivil amid religious liberty. To the Ultramontane civil such celigious I ibem'ty were cehoinacc- tica, itilchrist ...

NEW BOOKS

... and places and facts. The parish of. Rushall forms the basis of the'work, but the history of RushallHal,; especially in the Civil War time, forms the most original and interesting part of the volume. The records in the Record Office and in the British Museum ...

THE WOLVERHAMPTON EXHIBITION

... who flocked ?? from early moning. The friendly societies represented ?? United Brothers Friendly Society, the Manchester Unity of Oddfellows, Ancient Order of Foresters, United Order of Free Gardeners, Nottingham Ancient Imperial Order of Oddfellows ...

THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION

... in general. Class 9. Agricultural and horticultural machines and im plemeints, Class 10. Civil engineering, architectural, and building contrivance. Section a. Civil entineering and building contrivances. Section b. Sanitary improvements and constructions ...

NEW BOOKS

... far beyond thle limits of the British Isles, to Europe generally, and the prin- cipal colonies of England, as well is the United States. Such a story cannot fail to interest large masses of people in all parts of the world, for cheapness of postage and ...

Our Christmas Stories

... father's character and: antecedents. She further intimated to the Phocions her intention of returning as soon as possible to the; United States, with the object of placing herself under the guardianship of a Quaker maiden aunt in Newv England, I who had assisted ...

AMERICAN AFFAIRS

... and foreign countries is turning in favour of th o United States. Although the aggrea - gate commerce of France foil off coigidorably rhiring tho year 1874, the trade of that h country with Uth 'United States appears to have increased nateritilly. The ...

NOTES ON NEW BOOKS

... NOTFS ON NEW BODKMK. TilE LiuR oe SIR MARC ISAMBAXID BRUNrI., Civil Engineer, Vice-President of the Rloyal Soeiety, Cor- respondiling Member of the Institute of France, c, ?? By RncAxRD BEADMISIf, F. U.S.-[LouoIon: Lannul u and Longmiani.] Marc lliarlbld ...