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LORD JOHN RUSSELL AND THE ITALIAN QUESTION.

LORD JOHN RUSSELL AND THE ITALIAN QUESTION.

ILORD JOHN RUSQBLL AND THE ITALIAN I QUESTION. cod The following is the memorial from the in- imorning habitants of Glasgow to Lord John Rusnili relative to theI ~ein the Policy of the Goverunsent at the approaching Congrees on ?? affairs, which has already been mentioned, with ?
December 31, 1859 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CAPTURE OF A SLAVER.

CAPTURE OF A SLAVER.

CAPTURE OF A SLAVER, ip 22nt1 Sntpmhpr. qq T1.M.S. 9r or On the 22nd September, as HM.S. Spitfire was let n steaming to windward, a brigantine, suspected of being kneE engaged in the slave trade, was met off Aghway, Bight to di Benin, running to leeward, which shortly afterwards
December 31, 1859 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
CELEBRATION OF THE COMING OF AGE OF CECIL RAIKES, ESQ., THE ELDEST SON OF HENRY RAIKES, ESQ., LLWYNEGRYN, MOLD.

CELEBRATION OF THE COMING OF AGE OF CECIL RAIKES, ESQ., THE ELDEST SON OF HENRY RAIKES, ESQ., LLWYNEGRYN, MOLD.

CELEBRATIQN 0F VIE COMING OF'A'OE OF CECIL RAMIfS, ESQ.;-THE ELDEST SON t' H'tWY RAIKES, ESQ., LLWYN- EGQ4V, MOLD. rty; geti le of This e'~el't has been celebrated in Mold with much Rh .to. enthii~iii~sm from the high esteem in which the family of fori Mr. ftaikes is held in Mold
December 31, 1859 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
RUTHIN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

RUTHIN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

- ?? ,The fortnightly meeting of this Board was held on l Saturday last, when the following Guardians and. Ex- b F:offieios were present. -Jarnes Maurcic, Esq., Chairman; , Mr. W. Challoner, Vice-chairman; T. Hughes, Esq., 3 ex-officio; Rev. D. Roberts, ex-officio; G. Itoberts,
December 31, 1859 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
LLANDUDNO, NORTH WALES.

LLANDUDNO, NORTH WALES.

LLANDUDNO,NORTH WALES. .s~LJAJtJv. ve ?? ?? - 3e To the Editor of the NortY WaleS Chronicle.' I. Sir,-I am enabled to give, on the whole, a favourable y. report of the weather during the month of November r- last. For the first week the temperature was high and se steady, but acc
December 31, 1859 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
LORD MACAULAY.

LORD MACAULAY.

LORD MA ACA ULA 1. The death of Lord Macaulay has broken another be link in the chain of Whig traditions. Like the Be ablest of the party, mingling literature with politics rig --amplifying much that was good, and concealing an( ,much that was evil, under the flowers of classical
December 31, 1859 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM PARIS.

EXPRESS FROM PARIS.

IptRES$ FROM, PARIS. OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ; ., ?? PARIS, TiURSDAT EVKI'NG., .."Th o pe and the Congress" is a pamphlet that Will Freem-iiihiAtori&clly finiidus. Still nothing is' to lbe he~ie on any side but discussions growing out of that dlittlb publication, which, ,there wa
December 31, 1859 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT MARTIAL AT CEYLON.

COURT MARTIAL AT CEYLON.

COURTP, f JAleTML iT CEYLON. [F~ROt TttE r OLi011t0 OtaLI'MAD OIISERINEI1.1 Hetad-quartere, Colombo, o'ov. 22. ?? I .) At a general court-nmartial holden at Colombo on the 3d of November, 1859, and continued by adjournments to the 17 th| of the sanne eaontl of which Colonel John
December 31, 1859 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CONTEMPORARY PRESS.

CONTEMPORARY PRESS.

ECCLESIASTICAL REFORM. - (From the Examiner,) WI The great fault of our church is, that it is a profession, wi not a vocation, or that vocation, where it exists, is an d accidont, not an essential. What are the motives that co induce the generality of young men to take holy orde
December 31, 1859 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
GARDENING OPERATIONS.

GARDENING OPERATIONS.

11 (Ffrimo the Gardeners' Chioironle.) b CONSERVATORY, &c.- The changeable weather which we are now experiencing will render careful attention to specimen hard-wooded plants which have to be wintered in this house necessary. Many of these are impatient of n fire-beat and confine
December 31, 1859 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England