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[Sixpence. the Czar, to be likely to take any really energetic step to stop the ■western progress of either the

[Sixpence. the Czar, to be likely to take any really energetic step to stop the ■western progress of either the

one or the other. Besides, France has—since the day of the Battle of the Pyramids, had its eyes fixed upon Egypt and the Nile, possession of which, in homely phrase, would infallibly kill two birds with one stone, by giving Louis Napoleon, on the one hand, ample facilities for s
March 12, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
have been long known to all the world. Only a few weeks ago the very effort made its most enlightened

have been long known to all the world. Only a few weeks ago the very effort made its most enlightened

statesman, the Prince Callimachi, to procure a European loan for Turkish purposes, showed, by its fate in the hands of the Porte, the absolute hopelessness of any progress in civilisation and the science of commerce being made by the Turks. While the European advances with might
March 12, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.—Monday.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Monday.

HOUSE OF LORDS. —Monday. The Earl of Malmesbury wished to know the truth of the statement that Mazzini, having escaped from Lombardy had repaired to Genoa, and was there taken on board her Majesty’s frJjateifcJridMftVm, and conveyed to Malta. If this political agitator hud been r
March 12, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Tcesdat.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Tcesdat.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.— Tcesdat. Mr Wilson stated that the Government were willing that mints should be est ablished in our Australian colonics, upon the colonists consenting to bear the whole expense. The colonists of Sydney had sent over £lO,OOO for the purchase of the necessary mac
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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS HOUSE OF LORDS.—Thursday.

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS HOUSE OF LORDS.—Thursday.

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS HOUSE OF LORDS.— Thursday. On the motion of Lord Brougham, the Law of Evidence Procedure Bill was read a second time. The 3lutiny Bill and the Marine Mutiny Bill were read a second time. The Earl of Aueudeen gave notice that he should on Friday, the IS
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owin proposed Lines of Commnmcaxion. ictivcciv Atlantic t. pacific oceans EANIC ROUTES ACROSS CENTRAL We have much pleasure in presenting our readers with an outline of the recent plans for the formation a Ship Canal through the Isthmus of y Cca'ibanta I _ / ; T.T)o\n;n. o icvcu
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AMERICA. Route. We are only now, however, on the dawn of having this question placed upon a practical footing, through

AMERICA. Route. We are only now, however, on the dawn of having this question placed upon a practical footing, through

recent investigations carried out by competent engineers. The following are the several communications across Central America which have been brought before the public; their respective positions being indicated upon the Map we have engraved 1. railway across the southern end of
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BIRD’S-EYE VIEW FR( tOM THE JUNCTION OF THE PROPOSED CANAL WITH THE SAVANA RIVER TO THE ATLANTIC. '' ''' '

BIRD’S-EYE VIEW FR( tOM THE JUNCTION OF THE PROPOSED CANAL WITH THE SAVANA RIVER TO THE ATLANTIC. '' ''' '

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GREAT SHOAL OF WHALES.

GREAT SHOAL OF WHALES.

"We have been favoured a Correspondent at Athline with the accompanying Sketch and details of shoal of Bottle-nosed Whales, in number about 200, which appeared on the morning of the 25th ult., at Athline, few miles from the entrance of Loch Seaforth, one of the arms of the sea,
March 12, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAITS,

PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAITS,

ME. CHAELES TUKNEB, M.F. FOE LIVEEPOOL, Apart from political preferences, the return of -Mr. Charles Turner, the eminent Liverpool merchant, the constituency of which he is so valuable and respected a member, was one of the least objectionable consequences of the strong religiou
March 12, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England