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THE ARCHBISHOP OF KHERSON AND THE

THE ARCHBISHOP OF KHERSON AND THE

RUSSIAN MILITIA. Archbishop Innocent, of Odessa, whose fanatical address to the Czar we lately published, has just harangued the Militia of Moscow, on their arrival at Odessa. The follow , ng are the principal passages : " Behold yourselves upon the shore of the Black sea, in fa
December 1, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
New Edition, fcp. Bvo, cloth, price 4s. 6d. THE EARTH, its Physical Condition and Mos Remarkable Phenomena. By W. M.

New Edition, fcp. Bvo, cloth, price 4s. 6d. THE EARTH, its Physical Condition and Mos Remarkable Phenomena. By W. M.

HIGGINS, F.G.S. London: W. G. and Co., Amen Corner, Paternoster Row. 45th Edition, price Eightpence (post free.)
December 1, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER. Visailanegus Prtign Nan

THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER. Visailanegus Prtign Nan

THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER. Visailanegus Prtign During the year 1855 the Oriental Company.'s steamers took out to India and China silver to the value of six millions and a half sterling. It weighed about 720 tons. A letter from Rome says: Vesuvius is. in labour. The signs whi
February 2, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
irte ij'ibran!.

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Evening Recreations; or, Samples from thel Lecture Room. Edited by John Hampden Gurney, M.A., Rector of St. Mary's, Marylebone. Author of " Historical Sketches," &c. London: Longmans. Mr. Gurney is quite right in remarking that lecturing is the fashion of the day. Some of our mo
February 2, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
AMATEUR LECTURING.

AMATEUR LECTURING.

To these several classes, sensible, judicious Addresses, on subjects well selected and widely varied, will be a precious boon, Addresses, I mean, not from hired Lecturers, but from persons known and respected in their own neighbourhoods, who will undertake the task as a labour o
February 2, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IProbinces.

IProbinces.

RELEASE OP MR. JACKSON, THE DONTAST 4 ER PAWNBROKER.—The Queen's *don and the warrant for the liberation of Mr. Jackson, the 'Doncaster pawnbroker, from the Wakefield House of Correction, arrived at that establishment on S ,turday morning, and was immediately communicated to the
February 2, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TIIE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER.

TIIE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER.

College," for the education of the higher classes of natives of India, without distinction of religion, in order to qualify them for holding public and other situations , of trust, no person to be admitted at an earlier age than - seven, or at a later age than twelve. The codici
February 2, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

--.-..--..-. • MARK LANE—JAN. 28. or ket '` l ' a 3 s s t The supply of English Wheat to this morning's, small, and the condition of most of the parcels o,r „ r i c o week ; but a lan g uid demand existed, and Nl o nday . I tro sac barely obtained. In foreign very little busines
February 2, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
30. 12, 1856. I -.....__ – THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER

30. 12, 1856. I -.....__ – THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER

12, 1856. I -.....__ - THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER of tht e Tef enth intered of the war is for the moment r -ea. in Paris, where some of the principal milijteYi naval commanders of England and France, co , i nc l i nt?; General Bosquet and Admiral Lyons, are 45 4 11 a c i ,j'
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER

THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER

timony to the saints whose remains lie there also. The interior of the church is paved with the marble tombstones from Port Royal, purposely disfigured with the pickaxe, and rotting with damp; and one of the altars formerly stood in the choir of the ancient monastery. Neither in
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England