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No. 624. —y0u xxn.]

No. 624. —y0u xxn.]

May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS. FRANCE. {From our own Correspondent.) Paris, Thursday. The principal subject of attention and conversation at this among all classes, is, as may be supposed, the question of the re-establish, ment of the punishment of death for political offences. The
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
HOLLAND.

HOLLAND.

The elections for the Second Chamber of the Statea-General of Holland—a Chamber dissolved by the new Cabinet in order to give the country the opportunity of declaring whether the Constitution allows of the restoration of the Roman Catholic episcopacy—took place on the 17th throu
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Since the adjournment of the United States’ Senate, and the inauguration of the new' Administration, there has been the usual lull in political excitement. The President has been constantly and anxiously occupied with foreign affairs. Santa Anna has formed his new Cabinet, and p
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
INDIA AND CHINA.

INDIA AND CHINA.

The steamer Bombay arrived at Trieste on the 25th of May, at 7.30 a.m., in 110 hours from Alexandria. The India mail has arrived. The news from Burmah, to the 13lh of April, is unfavourable, and more troops are w anted. There is no prospect of peace short of Ava. The Burmese Com
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 

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CHURCH-RATES.

CHURCH-RATES.

Mr. Piiillimobe, in asking leave to introduce a bill alter and amend ,the law relating to Church-rates, entered into a history of Church-rates from the time of Canute down to the present period, and adverted to the inconveniences attending their enforcement, and to the hostile f
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
SIR ROBERT BUCKLEY COMYN, KNIGHT, D.C.L.,

SIR ROBERT BUCKLEY COMYN, KNIGHT, D.C.L.,

LATE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT AT MADRAS. Sir Robert Comyn died on the 22nd instant, at his residence in Newtdreet, Spring-gardens, aged sixty-one. He was the youngest and last surviving son of the late Rev, Thomas Comyn, Vicar of Tottenham, Middlesex, Harriet Charlotte
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
MR. CONWAY.

MR. CONWAY.

Tins gentleman, whose name has been connected for upwards of half a ctntury with the newspaper literature of Dublin, expired on the 24th iust. Mr. Conway bad reached the advanced age of seventy-six years, and was for the greater part of his life editor and proprietor of the Even
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
LAUNCH OP THE “HIMALAYA” SCREW STEAM-SHIP.

LAUNCH OP THE “HIMALAYA” SCREW STEAM-SHIP.

This leviathan screw steam-ship, which in the course of her construction, has excited very considerable interest, more especially among the visitors to Blackwall, was launched on Tuesday afternoon (the Queen’s birthday anniversary), from the premises of her builders, Messrs. C.
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
COMMENCEMENT OP THE LISBON RAILWAY, BY THE QUEEN OF PORTUGAL.

COMMENCEMENT OP THE LISBON RAILWAY, BY THE QUEEN OF PORTUGAL.

of America, and of those nations whose vessels now traverse the Atlantic, to avoid the dangers of the Bay of Bi-cay and the British Channel, for the merchandise destined for the continental ports. But whether English capitalists can safely entrust their property to the tender me
May 28, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England