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Erratum in the Ge:eite

... Volunteers Dennis Herbert ; John Viscount O'Neill, from Coldstream Guards! Right lion. Sir Edward Blakeney, G.C.8., G.C.11.. 7th Foot; Sir Thomas Hawker, K.C.H,, 6th Dragoon Guards; Sir John Wilson, K.C.8., 11th Foot; John lord Seaton, G.C.8., G.C.H. ...

THE HOME NEWS. etericat einotauh

... to be vicar of Rumney, Monmouthshire ; Rev. A. W. Allen to be incumbent of St. John's Episcopal Church, Alloa ; Rev. D. Herbert to be perpetual curate of Blaeu Forth, Cardigan; Rev. R. Weston to be perpetual curate of Thorpe Hesley,Rotherha m. The Lord ...

MILITARY FEMALE SCHOOL,

... General Sir J. Fergitaeon, Bev. G. K. Gleig, A.M., Chaplain-Gen. to the Force.. General Sir W. M. Gomm, G.C.B. Right Hon. Sir John Lawrence. Bart., G.C.B. Govenwr•General of India. Gen. Sir George l'olluck, G.C.8., Lieutenant-General The Hon. T. Ashhurnham ...

THE HOME NEWS

... drawing-room table. Mr. T. Colley Grattan has brought out a couple of volumes of personal recollections. under the strange title of Beaten Paths ; and Those who trod Them. It is quite fifty years, or more, since Mr. Grattan acquired a fugitive reputation ...

THE HOME NEWS

... Ile instantly wrote a letter to Lord Cardigan, threatening, in retaliation, to produce Lord Cardigan's private correspondence with himself, in which the characters of certain officers are freely handled. Lord Cardigan replied, that he knew nothing of the ...

HOME NEWS

... Cavalry Brigade, that he sent a message to Lord Cardigan to desire that while ho (Lord Lovett) attacking in front, it would hi' Lord Cardigan's duty to support him by a flank attack. This message Lord Cardigan ositively declares ho nev er received. A message ...

HOME NEWS

... the fervid imagination and high ability of Mr. H. Grattan, who, we hope, will give to the world a PueltameNlary Speaker, affixing to every M.P. the name that shall, 'n the unerring opinion of Mr. IL Grattan, denote the senatorial excellence of the uewly-christen ...

NEW amaaasistest. Ile saver ieterfered with the Cetbobe • as Bt. Patrick's dap. Lard said the removal d Yr. Beers

... Cetbobe • as Bt. Patrick's dap. Lard said the removal d Yr. Beers sr Lord Rodeo was not usimmetitatiosal. He had gives a pio men armed with bibles sad blunderbusses. Let them leave weapons at home. Lord Clanrieards said the ease added to the a= at that they ...

ROME WEWS

... stated that Lord John Russell had objected, and that the Lord-Lieutenant afterwards forbore from such recognition; after this, 6001. was sent by Capt. Kennedy to the grandmaster from Dublin, and the order to procure 500 stand of arms to the grand secretary ...

HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENSION

... and to look more to the tranquillity of their country, and to the development of the industry and resources of Ireland. Mr. John O'CosivELL moved, as an amendment, that a committee consisting of twenty-one members be formed by ballot, to examine such ...

HOME NEws

... Capt. Charles Henry White, to Elizabeth, daughter of Col. J. P. Hamilton. at Ile,aton Norris, Charles John Sandford, Surgeon, son of the late John Sandford, Esq., Bengal N. 1., to Emily Rose, daughter of Edward Armstrong, Esq., of Lower Broughton. 96th ...

HOME NEWS

... 19.—We understand that the military in this garrison have been ordered to remain under arms, and ready for duty, during each night since Sunday. Second Captain Grattan has taken charge of the engineer department here, vice Captain Galway, removed to North ...