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DEFEAT OF GOVERNMENT.

DEFEAT OF GOVERNMENT.

DEFEAT GOVERNMENT. There was on Tuesday night little Government defeat. Whether by the neglect the whipper-in, or by the apathy of Ministerialists, or simply by a well kept conspira y of Irishmen or Derbvitefl, Ministers have been beaten, and that rather considerably, on very sma
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE MINISTRY BEATEN AGAIN.

THE MINISTRY BEATEN AGAIN.

In the House of Commons on Thursday night, Mr. Milner Gibson brought forward, according to notice, three relating to the taxes on knowledge,” and the first one, That the advertiw ment duty should be repealed” earn" majority of against 169, leaving the Government in minority of t
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
ITALY

ITALY

Extraordinary Number of Arrests at Palermo. lie papers state that several hundreds of peisons have u arrested at Palermo. The persons arrested Udong t ■ all classes of society. There are among them noblemen, pried', mks, citizens, workmen, and even women. Those »_* dust whom the
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
DEVONSHIRE.

DEVONSHIRE.

AnrAJTAGBS THH Port op Pltvouth. —The advantages of Plymouth for the embarkation of passengers about proceed on a long sea-voyage are unquestionable. The loss of time consequent embarking iu the river Thames or any port higher up the channel »s avoided, as well the : dangers, an
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS.

Illttß3B op xnE Empbeob op tub French.—The Emperor of the French is confined to his apartments cold, which, although not serious, yet adds to the depression suggesting bow much depends upon a single life. Tub Ex-Queen of the French has sent to the Museum statue of Jeanne d’Arc,
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 

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EMIGRATION NEWS.

EMIGRATION NEWS.

April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE GOLD FIELDS OP AUSTRAXIA.

THE GOLD FIELDS OP AUSTRAXIA.

THE GOLD FIELDS The Journey to Golden Hills. The following arc extracts from ail interesting letter from William Howitt;—“ We are now among the Ovens Ranges, and are approaching the diggings. Hill after hill we have to pass, down again through gullies, and again bouncing over roc
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
The Diggers at Work in their Holes.

The Diggers at Work in their Holes.

I have taken a round among the diggings, and seen the people washing their gold. They seem to have a good deal. One man had, after pouring off the sand aud water from his tin dish, pound weight; another had five or six ounces, and so on. Numbers are ®ut exploring all round, and
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
“ Maro’s-neats” at the Diggings.

“ Maro’s-neats” at the Diggings.

Maro’s-neats” at the Diggings. About noon had specimen of the way in which the umreVnests” have been got up, which have humbugged England, the Continent, and even America. There was a great hurrahing at hole, and a man who knew me cane runniug to desire me to go and see nugget, w
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
to be Married.

to be Married.

be Married. A deal is said about sending out young women to marry men in the but>U. God help such women marry the greater portion of such fellows as the common cla<s here. Their very language is perfectly measled with obscenity and the vilest oaths and the basest phraseology, and
April 17, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England