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THE ALBION.

THE ALBION.

MINISTYRIAL ELECTIONS.—The re-elections have been hitherto calin and tame affairs, attenided by few circumstances cal. culated to attract much attention. A contrast exists between the speeches of Lord Palmerston at Tiverton, and Lord John Russell at London, which may involve mor
January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL SHIPPING TRADE IN 1852.

THE LIVERPOOL SHIPPING TRADE IN 1852.

The following is Messrs. Tonge and Company's annual circular In conformity with our usual custom at this season, we have the pleasure to hand you our annual statement of the business done in the sale of ships at this port for the year past, and on no occasion have we been able t
January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
Aberdeen Belfast and Ballymena Birkenhead, Lancashire, and Cheshire June. Blackburn.. Bristol and Exeter Caledonian Chester and Holyhead.. Cork and Bandon.

Aberdeen Belfast and Ballymena Birkenhead, Lancashire, and Cheshire June. Blackburn.. Bristol and Exeter Caledonian Chester and Holyhead.. Cork and Bandon.

Cork, Blackrock, and Passage. Dublin and Bellist Dublin and Drogheda Dublin and Kingstown Dundalk and Enniskillen Dundeeand Arbroath Dundee, Perth, and Aberdeen... East Anglian. Eastern Counties (including Norfolk).. East Lancashire. Eastern Union. Edinburgh and Glasgow Edinburg
January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
COMMON LAW PROCEDURE.

COMMON LAW PROCEDURE.

Lord CAMPBELL said,—ln the exercise of the powers conferred upon them Ifer Majesty's justices had, with the greatest care and anxiety, prepared a net of ruin and regulations with reference to the procedure of the superior courts of law in Westminster-hall. He should move that th
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE EMPERORS'S SPEECH AT THE *OPENING 'OP THE .BESSION.

THE EMPERORS'S SPEECH AT THE *OPENING 'OP THE .BESSION.

THE EMPERORS'S SPEECH AT THE *OPENING THE .BESSION. PARIS, MONDAY, 6 P.M.- —The Emperor has just delivered a speech at the Tuileries, of which the following is an outline:— "Messieurs lea Senateurs, Messieurs les Deputes,—A year ago 'I had you assembled within these walls to inau
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
to Montenegro. The two Turkish islands of Vranina and Sessendra, in the Lake of Scutari, have also been fortified by

to Montenegro. The two Turkish islands of Vranina and Sessendra, in the Lake of Scutari, have also been fortified by

them, and sufficiently provided with cannon and stores. The Turkish forces are variously stated at between 40,000 and 60,000 men. A British steamer was anchored off the Bojana to observe the operations against - Montenegro. The Montenegrins are divided into four bodies, which op
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL.

THE OVERLAND MAIL.

By the ordinary semi-monthly express from Marseilles, despatches from India in anticipation of the overland mail, which left Bombay on the 13th, Madras on the 10th, and Calcutta on the sth inst., have been received. The principal intelligence brought by this mail, which, owing t
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

The last ordinary meeting of this society was held on Monday evening, the 7th instant, at the rooms of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society. A paper was read by Mr. H. D; Granger, of the Board of Health, on the influence of noxious human. effluvia in the production of disea
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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FROM AUSTRALIA. EThe following letter was received lately by a gentleman in Edinburgh :3 — Sydney, Aug. 25, 1852. Two dayaafter our arrival, we got up the river Yana, and disembarked on a miserable bit of a platform. Everything in and about Melbourne, and its folk, is like a rot
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
LETTERS FROM THE DIGGINGS,

LETTERS FROM THE DIGGINGS,

The fallowing letter is from the pen of a cabinet-maker of Leeds, and appeared originally in the Leeds Intelligences. It is dated from Geelong, of the 19th of September : • "The amount of gold shipped from Victoria up to the present time is about 60 tons—a large amount at first
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England