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Eonnon.

Eonnon.

Christmas in the Queen’s Prison.—Notwithstanding the decease the late Baron Platt, gentleman attended on Thursday last the Queen’s Prison and distributed about 7s. each to the poorer class of prisoners there confined. An annual gift of a considerable sura of money was for great
December 31, 1859 - East Kent Times - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
s)robmcial.

s)robmcial.

Singular Fulfilment a Dream. —An inqiitet held »n Tuesday evening ut Sheffi* Id, the Air. Charles Holmes, button manufacturer, Clough Iluuse-ltiue, who had been found drowned Monday morning, in the ul-mill Dam, in that town. Decoded left his home on Saturday night, in company wi
December 31, 1859 - East Kent Times - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
iDlmuatß.

iDlmuatß.

Lord Hastings.— The above nobleman died siuldt-nly uesdry his town rehidence, from attack paralysis. The deceased, Jacob Astley, Baron Hastings and barur.ec of England, was eldest son Sir Jacob Henry Astley, fifth baronet, the youngest •laughter and coueir of Mr. Bamuel Browne,
December 31, 1859 - East Kent Times - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FATAL RIOT AT ALOERSHOTT.

FATAL RIOT AT ALOERSHOTT.

regret to learn that a serious riot took place at on the evening the 25ih hut., between some men belonging to tne 2nd battalion oi the 24th regiment, and a company of King's Own Light Infantry (Tower ilaiulets) Militia, and which was unfortunately attended by the loss of life, b
December 31, 1859 - East Kent Times - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS.

Mr'N)YEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS. BANK OF EN'~GLAND. A t ' 1,. parsuant o I vh. i Ac I 71 ,ioi 8th iet 'ltria, rcap. .32.I* ?? W"Ok viiliagt 'on WI,i'l.'.e Lv, tbs 28h day I f ]SIIt 1) 11.AIT~ IT it. * ?? . 360,5 V9 ..31I 55 (cw ?? 3, 9,9'7.i01 ("e.l 53 ;u j .. . .. .. . .. .. . Il,
December 31, 1859 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MINES.

MINES.

AU IVES. FRIDAY EVENING. To-day has beene settling day, and nct much busi- !ess doin-. Stray Park further advanced. The I closing plices me ?? Basset. 1°2 127(1 East Russell, 11 t; Gratnbler and St. Aulbyn, 58, (10 G rot, Slith Tolgus, 14,1 ex div.; North RBobert, 3k, North Roske
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
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LI TERA TU R'E. Ltu' ('rfeo -By the Author of If Margaret Maitland," &-c. London :Hnrst and ]3laekett. The difficulty of depicting that pecuiliar phase of female character which, under the garb of a fasci- i natingf innocence, hidles at comlplete mechanism of wickedness, is too w
December 31, 1859 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

1 THE MORNING CHRONIC-LE. - lic LONDON: an sei SATURDAY. I.ECbEHRER 31, 1859. th | na The PoirE independent, yet the Romagna free,, a l seems to be the religious as well as the political I solution of the Italian difficulty. The enlightened Catholic opinion of Europe is rapidly r
December 31, 1859 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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