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THE FORAYER

... and that it commenceed drilling yesterday. e DurmiN, MAY ?? Grattan.-Yesterslay, d about five o'clock in the rifterneon, this venerable is patriot proceeded from Steplien's Green to Sir John IC Rogerson's quay, to go onl board the Waterloo Steam ;e Packet ...

LITERARY NOTICES

... (Protest- ant, we presume), which Lords Althorp and John Russell are feeding him with, Mr Stanley recoils with horror from the sight; Lord Melbourne only affects disgust, and Lord' Ripon faints away in the arms of the Duke of Richmond; while Altborp, the keeper ...

LITERATURE

... fur the purpose of settling all their little village differences, in the saene way ns is now practised in the Emerald Isle. Grattan finishes his powerful portrait of the fate of a gamb- ler, in My First Visit to Brussels ; and An Old Friend with a New ...

LITERATURE

... Manager's Note Book is this month occupied with historical reminiscences of Mrs Wells and John Edwin; and there is another budget of the amusing Papers of a Gentleman at Arms by Brownrigg. Douglas Jerrold has the first part of an interesting household romance ...

LITERATURE

... capital, in amicalile intercourse. A curious anecdote occurred on this subject. The British Ambassador was walking one day arm-in-arm with an individual notoriously opposed to him in political opinions. The first person they met was the Emperor, who conversed ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... letter. Mr GRATTAN essayed to speak on the same subject—but as he said he rose not second the motion, be was called to order by the Speaker, and the motion being unseconded, fell to the ground, amid general laughter. SESSIONAL ORDERS. Lord JOHN RUSSELL rose ...

INAUGURATION OF THE WELLINGTON STATUE

... L-:ith; Jjhn M'Nt-ill; Sir Hay; Sir Johnston; Sheriff Arkley Henry Gla?sford Be!!, Esq.. SfKritV-Subsiit.ite if Glasgow; John John ' Esq. ofDcan; Eugle Esq.; Donald Home, E-q. ! Jf& '1 ; Ml I*. , j. • f Why:! ; A Macon-j--ehie. Esij. Meadowb ; the members ...

LITERATURE

... l'ayuo Knight, the great scholar and autilnpary, Who left his slendid collection of antique art to tie Br ti4h Museum. Sir John NewpoNrt, the Irish M.P., Privy Conn. -i'lor, and Charncellor of Exchequer , Four great Lord (hal;ncellora-'¶'hurriw, who liedl ...

LITERATURE

... the S most serious fears in regard to the future of that s. F country. The other object of the anthor is to b prove that Sir John Kaye, the only writer -who has attempted a full historical account of the Sepoy war, .1s mistaken in his views as to the causes ...

LITERATURE

... t ablic der none of the Tory agents .at the late, elec- Pi w-y lion, discovered and reproducesl in the interesitst of big John, the coinmeridatory flotice of that Pi for gent lenian on pagge 8, where in virtue~ of the ti, ices confutation of, the D ...

LITERATURE

... has been. At fifteen he did the duties of letter-carrier to the post-office at Hasliagden, ihavine previonsly lost his right arm in a factory. i In 1868 he became a commercial traveller for firearms, meanwvhile taking ...

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. AUGUST 15, 1885

... was for the benefit of the Village Reading and Recreation Rooms, exceeded £l9. The Late Rev. John Macdonald of Huntly.— A monument to the memory of the Rev. John Macdonald, for 32 years parochial schoolmaster at Huntly, has just been finished by Mr Alex ...