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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS GREAT FIRE AT NEW YORK.

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS GREAT FIRE AT NEW YORK.

The city of New York, we regret to stale, has just been the scene of the most extensive conflagration that has happened there since the great fire of 1846. The catastrophe we have now to record broke out on the 10th inst., in the extensive publishing and bookselling establishmen
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
REMAINS OF THE FIRE IN FRAN KLIN-SQUARE, NEW YORK.

REMAINS OF THE FIRE IN FRAN KLIN-SQUARE, NEW YORK.

TOWN AND TABLE TALK, ON LITERATURE, ART, &c. Publishers and printsellers, at this festive period of the year, are living in that customary state of turkey and idleness handed down to them from what Pope would call their noble forefathers, Tonson and Humble. Even letter-press pri
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
epitome of news—foreign and domestic.

epitome of news—foreign and domestic.

epitome of news— foreign and domestic. It is currently reported that Mr. Disraeli has prepared the outlines of a measure of Parliamentary Reform. A 1 whale, 25 feet in length, has been thrown on shore near Santon Court, Barns aple. The animal weighs upwards of four tons. A man na
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS OBITUARY OF EMINENT PERSONS.

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS OBITUARY OF EMINENT PERSONS.

PHILADELPHIA, COUNTESS OF MAR AND KELLIE, The Countess of Mar died at the family seat Alloa-house, Clackmannanshire, on the 15th inst. She had been for some time suffering under a painful malady, but its fatal termination was sudden and unexpected. Her Ladyship was eldest daught
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
LADY HOWDEN.

LADY HOWDEN.

The Right Hon. Theodosia Sarah Frances Dowager Baroness Howden was the third daughter of John, first of Clanwilliam, and the widow of Gen. John Francis Cradock, G.C.8., first Baron Howden, to whom she was married the 17th November, 1798, and who died in July, 1839. Lady Howden (
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
COLONEL MACKE SON.

COLONEL MACKE SON.

Colonel Mackeson, the late distinguished Commissioner at Peshawur, was, from his earliest youth, destined for warlike career : he received his education at a military seminary in France, and thus acquired that perfect acquaintance with the French language which proved of such su
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
COLONEL GOLDSMID,

COLONEL GOLDSMID,

Colonel John I-. Goldsmid, formerly officer of note in the British service, and late citizen of Watertown, in America, died recently in the United States. Colonel Goldsmid was the son of wealthy parents in the vicinity of London, where he was born in November, 1789 He entered th
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
DK. GILLKREST.

DK. GILLKREST.

Dr. James Gillkrest, Inspector-General of Army Hospitals, and Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Medicine of France, expired on the 25th inst., at 1, St. Alban’s-place, London. This veteran otlicer entered the medical department the army in 1801, and served in the W
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE REV. DR. MILL.

THE REV. DR. MILL.

The Rev. Dr. William Hodge Mill, Regius Professor of Hebrew at Cambridge, Canon of Ely, and Rector of Brasted, was a scholar and writer of no ordinary merit: he became distinguished early : he in 1813 took a high degree, and was elected Fellow of Trinity College. In 1820 he went
December 31, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England