18 DECEMBER 1858

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INDIA appears to be really answering to the expectation of those who designed the Queen's proclamation and Lord Clyde's plan of campaign. The celebration of the Que,en's...

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Arnputif. .• iiiifLAW D1VOSCE. At lim o nte.eting of the taw Amendment

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Siatiety on Monday, Mr. Bast- in gs,the, secretary, read the4ellowing,letter iroui.Lord Brougham_ " It .appetu-s to me very expedient to lay before the Law Amendment Society a...


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Some extraordinary proceedings have occurred in St. Pancras. A few months ago the board of directors of the poor elected a new assistant- surgeon—Mr. Muskett. Recently they are...

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THE QUEEN has walked abroad only once or twice this week, according to the court newsman. The Prince Consort has been out shooting. The Prince and Princess of Leiningen, Admiral...


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A public meeting of shipowners was held in London on Wednesday "to take into consideration the present ruinous condition of British na- vigation, and to adopt such measures as...

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LOCAL MEETINGS. Reform meetings have been held this week at Leicester and Ports- mouth. At the former, the ballot was the chief subject discussed, and of course adopted. At the...

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Invited to Edinburgh by Mr. Duncan M`Laren, (his brother-in-law) and the party with whom Mr. M'Laren acts, Mr. Bright, true to his. appointment, appeared there on 'Wednesday....


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The Irish constables have succeeded in arresting a number of young men in different parts of Ireland—twelve at Skibbereen, three at Bantry, nine at Kenmare, fifteen at Belfast....

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rail f P.—The Nei:lieu? of Sunday contained a report by M. Magne, the Finance Minister, who glorifies the flourishing condition of French fi - nance. It is in iaet a budget as...

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THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE. As there are at the present time vacancies in the establishment of the Secretary of State for India for eight writers, Lord Stanley has resolved to...

THE A111."R 15.1 VF.R., The mostinteresting paper read at the

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Monday ineetin Geegraphie.al Society was entitled "Notes on the River Amur a ad adjacent districts," by MM. Peschurof, Vasilief, Rada°, gachefski, &c. This most extensive...

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Two pieces, that within the last eight days have been brought before the notice of the public illustrate in a striking manner the change that takes place in popular feeling with...

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IMPRESSMENT OF SEAMEN. 141h DcambeT 1858. Sin—I believe it could be proved, by reference to the ancient history of England, that the origin of impressment of sea-faring men to...


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English Opera has talet n &pal-tine from Dully Lane, and the " legitimate drama" (or what now-a-da)'s passes for such) rctr.4,."6 thither, in the person of Mr. F. T. Smith....

- .MONEY MARKET. Sioux EX(TIAN.P., TheMarket for English . Securities has again

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fallen into a partiiillttate of indetitity, the general - Public still .alstainiul,g. front &het fide inyeetruents ofanv amount. From • the o p on ing.ou Id tindny till thd...

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written than those of any other daily paper. Then again, all clergymen to uphold youth in arms against age, with its experience, and hence the end, in some measure,. the command...

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rft1q. t w1.,5:4 i .: 1.1 ,.,-,11(1: 111,. lAIMWOrSili:rialtith*haugsi eVaretneelptseent 01)1 - eminent is the bip tidithit Joan , . - teeStlinatOi lite OtinflOpportunities, and...

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Tim judge in ordinary of the Probate Divorce Court has

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invited comment on his own observations and. no judge on our Bench could better afford to do so. It is a case, indeed, where public criticism affords the best assistance to the...

LUCKNOW HONOURS.""'"I'l 1 ' 11 '

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The difficulty of distributing honours will always be 'one' of the greatest difficulties of " the authorities." There is sure to be dissatisfaction and criticism whatever may...


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..4,...w., sfy, adds to the public impression that " Reform" has _y.. 4pretext. Somebody should convert it to a reality. Alit report is that the Ministerial Bill is actually...

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THE 193WESII tilEATRE IN T.0.7.4DON.` TitO1C1B1.1" no 1,010 . 6i'4eaiiet6: 'in the

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next Christmas t *in - be More brilliant or pleasing than the Adelphi Theatre *st, 'night of its openin i g. It will not only be the reasseratliSig an'tindience to meet old...

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d3 Alimeurtsur museuM ota ni won' ne werno &feral line8 lo n aoiag p . ho' .Noriii the andiende barely admitted and. allowed space rf o r exist- under . Ntini I Planta g...

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Post the fifth , time in his long career, .Alexander Humboldt has written an introductory preface out of friendship to his young friend MialLausen. As the hook scarcely supports...

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Trri3 marked incidents in the life of " Vathek, England's wealthi- est son," are not many, or in themselves striking. He was born in 1759, his father being the celebrated...

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The tide is flowing again ; the week having produced some thirty publications of various kinds, several of the most important having reached us at too late a period even to...

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lute Arts.

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TILE ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. The second annual exhibition of this most useful and excellent society has just opened at the old Water•Colour Gallery and brings...


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Moore's Irish Melodies, nub Symphonies and Accompaniments for the Piano- forte. People's Edidon. Longman and Co. Moore's great collection of the melodies of Ireland, united to...


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On the 15th November, off Monrovia, west coast of Affica, brought on by ex. ;insure in the zealous discharge of his duty, Lieutenant Spencer De Lacy Lacy , lt.N., of H.M.S....


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PROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, DECEMBER 10. Wan OFFICE, Pall Mall, Dec. 10.-3d West India Regiment—Lient. V. 1. Mesas to be Capt. by purchase, vice Dalrymple, who retires; Lieut. 3,...


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On the 9th December, at St. Michael's Church, Coventry, Thomas Marsh Hon. fall, Esq., 15th King's Ilussars, eldest son of Thomas B. /torsion, Esq., M.P., to Emily Sarah Ling,ard...


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On the 24th.November, at Hartford, Connecticut, 17.5., the Wife of Colonel SamL Colt, of a son. On the 10th December, at Great Yarmouth, the Wife of Edward Bradford, Esq.,...

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Bankruptcy Annulled.-JOSEPH OUSTON, Hull, nine-merchant. - Bankrarpfs...- , Triomos WrLizoits, Jermyn Street, dealer in trines-DANIEL Min- MAIM, Park Street. Grosvenor Square,...


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BRITISH FUNDS. (Closing Prices.) Soloed. Holiday. T.,csday. Wsdnes. Thurs. .Fridook 3 per Cent Consols shut - -- -- - - Ditto for Account 97t 97ex d. 97; 971 171 96,1 3 per...