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... cessation. On the borders of the arable land the most delicious vegetables in the world are produced' THE PRINCIPLES OF THE CIVIL WAR. At the present moment the Chinese pretender the representative of progress; he appears a reformer, lamenting abuses, inspiring ...

TESTIMONIAL TO JOHN RIDGWAY, ESQ

... respect contrasted unfavourably with us, would free herself from that black stain slavery. He was thankful for the spread civil and religious liberty through the land. At one time the Dissenters thought toleration a great boon, but now they claimed to ...

REFORM BANQUET AT MANCHESTER

... electors who might return them, so that, point fact, the 900,000 electors who formed the whole of the constituent body of the united kingdom might overruled small minority of their own body, not exceeding 100,000. (Applause.) The prospect of war arose entirely ...

Imperial Parliament

... public service. I recommend to your consideration Bill which I have ordered to be framed, for opening the coasting trade of the United Kingdom to the ships of all friendly nations, and «ook forward with satisfaction to the removal of the last legislative r ...

THE QUEEN'S SPEECH

... also is it to know that the civil service is to be placed on a more efficient footing, and that a small dose of legal reform having been taken, and found beneficial, the treatment is to be continued. If improving the civil service means, maKing the young ...

O U N O Threadncedlc Street, Craig's Court, Charing Cross, and 40, Street, Cavendish Square, London. ..

... Great Britain and Ireland for the year 1851, amounted to £190,151. Insurances upon almost every description of Risk in the United Kingdom are undertaken at moderate Rates. Farming Stock may now be ensured at 3s. per cent., if covered to a fair value, and ...

It is this agency alone that can render democracy practicable. Man must be ruled either from without or from ..

... demand a Maine Law for this fatherland of ours —this Eighty old England. I am rejoiced that an Association, the title of The United Kingdom Alliance has oeen formed at Manchester to agitate this question. It Vv'as first constituted in 1853, and already ...

SIR ROBERT PEEL, AT NEWCASTLE

... and then endeavour to trace comparison between peace and war—between peace as an element of civilization, and war as representing retrograde movement in civilized society. The honourable baronet then proceeded to observe upon tbe condition the people various ...

Statistics

... railroad in the United States in operation upon the Ist of January, 1854, was 15,511 miles ; and that within the last five years 10.000 miles of railroad have been opened in the United States. . The imports of dry goods into.the United States, during 185-} ...

Corrcspaniicntc. A FREE PLATFORM OS WUICn EVERY MAN MAT INSCRIBE HIS 0PINI0X3, SO LONG AS HE DOES NOT VIOLATE THE

... part of the dissatisfaction against companies arises from the indifference of subordinate officials, who ought to be taught civility to the public, and attention to the duties they are paid to perform.— Yours &c. A TRADESMAN. Hanley, February 28th, 1854 ...

A POTTERY RAILWAY

... be left behind. Savage nations are not weak because they have fallen below the point they formerly occupied, but because civilization has climbed above them. In the race of the world, standing still and retrogression are synonimous. For a man or a town ...

Imperial Parliament

... which they stand to existing law, and to consider whether any further legislation is required. This, he observed, was a purely civil, social, and poUtical question. It was not religious question, nor one which he should ask the House to pronounce an opinion ...