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THE AFFAIRS OF ROME.

THE AFFAIRS OF ROME.

The correspondence of Her Majesty's Ministers respecting the occupation of Rome has just been laid before Parliament, and forms a large volume, containing one hundred and thirty letters. From it we gather that Her Majesty's Government, on learning the probability of the withdraw
February 28, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

THE BEREBFOBD FAMILY.- A contemporary says Lords William and Marcus Beresford are worthy members of the family of the Marquis of Waterford. They sustain the reputation which successive heads of the house have acquired for the name. Their latest achievement has been Printed and P
February 27, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
BELGIUM.

BELGIUM.

A Ministerial decree, dated the 23rd instant, has been published, conferring on the Protestant and Jewish Churches in Belgium the advantages of civil corporations, of which they cannot at any time be deprived. If peace be signed, the Left, it is said, will demand that . Prussia
February 27, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

THE LIABILITIES or CORrOnATioNs.—Yesterdny the Lords Justices delivered an important judgment affecting the liabilities of municipal corporations to repay when called on sums of money borrowed for town improvements on security of the borough rates. The plaintiffs were the execut
June 20, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
EXECUTIONS AT SATORY.

EXECUTIONS AT SATORY.

Lolive, Deschamps, and Deinville, the three Communists whose capital sentences were not commuted by the Committee of Pardons, were shot at Satory on Wednes lay morning. _ The names of those whose sentences have been commuted are—Lisbonne, Jacquet, Carlier Quetin, Benoist, Chantr
September 19, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

o. 24,897. LONDON, MONDAY. MAY 1872. PAGE 2. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper. majority in the fenate, though he has not the twothirds previousiy required by the Constitution to confirm a foreign treaty. Some, no doubt,
May 20, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SESSION UP TO WHITSUNTIDE.

THE SESSION UP TO WHITSUNTIDE.

Printed znd Puldisheci for the Propraetors bp John Hawkings. at 112. Strund. London. Partly by its own fault, in some measure through the tactics of the Opposition, and principally in consequence of the natural tendency of ill-fortune to reproduce itself, the Government, says th
May 20, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NOTES.

FOREIGN NOTES.

A GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN ALLIANCE.—The question of an alliance of an offensive and defensive character between Germany and Austria has been discussed in the Cologne Gazette by Herr Von Wickede. He considers it would be a very advantageous affair, and that the united armies of the t
September 2, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
AN ECCLESIASTICAL QUARREL.

AN ECCLESIASTICAL QUARREL.

A serious difference seems to have arisen between the Bishop of Durham and the Rev. Thomas Brutton, vicar of Tynemouth. From the published correspondence it appears that Mr. Brutton, on the 6th of August, requested an interview with the Bishop respecting Mr. Bellamy, a gentleman
September 2, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON.

THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON.

It is stated that the Emperor Napoleon has taken Beaulieu House and Padshun Villa, two adjoining properties at Cowes, and will enter into possession to-day. The Emperor, Empress, and Prince Imperial are seen every day in the streets, but do not meet with the annoyance they exper
September 2, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England