NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY

... WORTH BRITISH R&ILWAY. An adjourned meeting of this company was held at Edinburgh, on Thursday, to consider three bills be- fore psrliamnent affecting the interest of the company -namely, the Edinburg ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... I' ,MPmi~IAL, P-RLTAME , 1 QSE OF~WMODS.-M liy-' , L ip~as~qe~eos o f l~N~tIOWE moved for COp ~~smedsndmg her Ne received #Oma the Asidiiral' te y idd het S3sies ty~isquadron on the North Amneli rica ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... HOUSE OF LORDS— Tuesday. The Lobd Chancktxor entered the house at Five o'clock. CASE OF MR. JAMES BTSTIOP, A PRISONER IN THE FORTRESS OF ALEXANDRIA. The Marquis of NORMANBY postpo ...

FRANCE

... TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. PARIS, Wednesday. *• France states that the reply Russia not acoeptable, hardly sees any considerable differences separating the met of St. Petersburg from the three Po ...

LONDON, APRIL 21

... LONDON, A.~lm 21 (Fsre the Gazette of FWafay, April 17.) BANKRUPTOCSs AzNeuLxn.-Samuel Hood, iron merchant, Upper Thames Street, Latimer Road, Not- ting Hill.-Eliezer Tirnew&14 Kirkdale, Lancashire,.. ...

THE BASUTO WAR

... SPECIAL EDITION. EVENING POST OFFICE. [retjter's telegrams.] Latar News—This Day. Cape Town (lid Plymouth), October 20. Colonel Clarke, at the head of nearly 1,700 men, Entered Basuto ...

THE LIBEL CASE

... SHELDRAKE'S Under the Immediate Patronage qf ike Lieutenant- General Commanding the Alder shot SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1863 It i 8 much to regretted that those persons who take upon themsel ...