26 MARCH 1864, page 2

The Times, After Two Years Of Resistance, At Last...

on Thursday that the American war will, in all human probability, .terminate slavery, and that "at this moment the most conspicuous result of the American war is a gradual......

• The American News Of The Week Is Of Little

interest, but it seems clear that General Sherman has reached Vicksburg without material loss, that Kilpatrick effected little of moment in his raid towards Richmond, and that......

Mr. Justice Keogh Delivered A Charge On The 17th Inst.

at Cork which created considerable uproar in court. He had been trying ten young men convicted of illegal drilling at Blarney, and sentenced them all to one year's imprisonment,......

A Case In Which The Sporting World Is Supposed To

take a great interest was disposed of at Cambridge before the Nisi Prius Court on the 22nd inst. Mr. W. Willes, writer in the Morning Post, -offended the Jockey Club by some......

The Worst Pressure Of The Lancashire Pauperism Appears To Be

past. In the third week of March, 1864, the sum expended for out-relief in the distressed unions was 8,1441., whereas the average weekly expenditure of the year ended......

Sir Roundel' Palmer And Sir Hugh Cairns Have Given It

as their opinion that the obedience which the clergy owe to a judg- ment of the Privy Council attaches only to the decree made, and not to any reasons given for that decree,......

The Return To The Order Of The House Requiring A

statement of the amount paid by the State in interest to Friendly Societies shows as follows :— No. of Societies, Rate of Interest paid by the State. Capital on which Into. rest......

The Working Men's Deputation To The Chancellor Of The...

on his Annuities Bill, which we mentioned last week, \ did not confine itself strictly to that subject. Mr. Odgers requested before leaving to be allowed to express the feeling......

The Charge Against Samuel Porter, Of Flushing, For...

lunatic brother, was tried at Bodmin on 17th inst. All the charges alleged were proved, it being shown that the lunatic was for eleven years kept by his brother in an outhouse......

A Remarkable Report On The National Feeling Of Schleswig...

in last Tuesday's Times, which certainly shows that the Germans have left no stone unturned to falsify the national sympathien of the northern department at least,--say in......