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SEPT. 8, 1855.] Mined to burn the magazines; but as the wind was blowing directly on the town, I agreed

SEPT. 8, 1855.] Mined to burn the magazines; but as the wind was blowing directly on the town, I agreed

to wait a reasonable time until a change took place, and gave the inhabitants notice that they were at liberty to remove anything from the island that belonged to them, ex.cept ships' stores; for this forbearance they expressed themselves very grateful. Towards the afternoon, Li
September 8, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
neral Kovalevsky on Kars, and Major-General Souslo on Toprah-Kale. Meantime Lieut.-General de Brummer, left before Kars, had transferred his detachment

neral Kovalevsky on Kars, and Major-General Souslo on Toprah-Kale. Meantime Lieut.-General de Brummer, left before Kars, had transferred his detachment

to the village of Komatnour, on the right bank of the Kars-Tchai, and on the 31st of July, and the 4th, 7th, and 9th of August, made four expeditions against the enemy's foragers, each of which was crowned with success; on every point the parties were dispersed, and the provisio
September 8, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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September 8, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL PROVINCIAL FIRE AND LIFE OFFICE, • 127, CHEIPSIDE, LONDON. TRIISTEF-5

NATIONAL PROVINCIAL FIRE AND LIFE OFFICE, • 127, CHEIPSIDE, LONDON. TRIISTEF-5

Sir James Duke, Bart., Allerman and M.P. for the City of London. The Right Ilon. Thomas NHlner Gibson, M.P. for Manchester. J. Lewis Ricardo, Esq., M.P. John Sadicir, Esq., M.P., Chairman of the London and County Bank. DIRRCTORS. Chairman—Robert Keating, Esq., M.P. Deputy-Chairm
August 11, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE COURT.

THE COURT.

The Court remains at Osborne. On Monday a slight diversion from the ordinary course was obtained by the arrival of the King of Portugal and suite at Southampton. Prince Albert crossed over to receive his Majesty, and they returned to Osborne in the afternoon. The birthday of Pri
August 11, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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October 13, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE'S VISIT TO LIVERPOOL.

THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE'S VISIT TO LIVERPOOL.

The Duke of Cambridge, the Earl of Derby, Sir 11. Smith, and the Earl of Hardwicke, spoke at the banquet at Liverpool on Tuesday evening. Referring to the defects in our military arrangements at the commencement of the war, H.R.H. said, the lesson to he learnt was not to starve
October 13, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Just piitiliqhed price Sixpence each, post free, HOW to DETECT ADULTERATION in our DAILY FOOD and DRINK, by means simple,

Just piitiliqhed price Sixpence each, post free, HOW to DETECT ADULTERATION in our DAILY FOOD and DRINK, by means simple,

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October 20, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BOMBARDMENT OF KINBURN.

BOMBARDMENT OF KINBURN.

We (Daily News) announced two days ago that the allied Fleets had sailed from Odessa, and anchored off Kinburn. It will be seen from the following despatches, which are of Russian origin, that the latter place is undergoing a bombardment : ODESSA, OCT. 15. The enemy has landed a
October 20, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ODD BITS FROM CAMP LETTERS.

ODD BITS FROM CAMP LETTERS.

Three Russian ladies are said to have come over this morning (Oct. 1) and given themselves over to the protection of the allies. The demolition of the houses in Sebastopol goes onr but it is not so safe to visit the place as it was formerly, inasmuch as the Russians now shell vi
October 20, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England