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FROM THE SPECTATOR OP THIS DAY.

FROM THE SPECTATOR OP THIS DAY.

Lord Palmerston will be greater than Hercules should accomplish what the Spectator requires him t« do. The metropolitan nuisances,and more especially the sewer nuisance, seem to defy all human powers to master them. Neverthej less, the Home Secretary will probably make the attem
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MESSENGER OCTOBER, 9, 1853.

MESSENGER OCTOBER, 9, 1853.

•■mployed in their jois—aud all these profits must at last worked out of the producing class, who caused them their own folly. The railway proprietors already talk of raismg their fares (which are always a heavy tux on the commodities produced labour), to meet the increased expe
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
APPALLING RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

APPALLING RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

A terrific accident, followed by lamentable loss of life, took place Wednesday evening on the Great Southern and Western line at Straffan, within a few miles of the Dublin terminus. A passenger train, up from Killarney, was brought to standstill between the Sallins and Straffan
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS. F RANG E. wet 1 cold of last week have hastened the return town of Parisians who had

FOREIGN NEWS. F RANG E. wet 1 cold of last week have hastened the return town of Parisians who had

paised the brief summer in the country or a* watering- places. But the inclemency of the season bss not been without a vantage to the shopkeepers, who lure gained the u willing return of their customers, an trade now mcac brisk .among them than for some weeks past. Tiie manufact
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SPA I N

SPA I N

The tact of tbo approaching iiia.T aga of the eldest daughter of Miria Christina and the Duke with the son of the Duke Casiglitno, Minuter of Foreign Affairs of Tuscany is, it appear*, certain. The «n-Mother herself will probably return to Midrid abont the of the present month,
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
A U S T R I A.

A U S T R I A.

U S T I A. The Military Cougicss of OUnutz. the third dzye, the whole of the mano'UvrM were ordered .bc? Sl >ot by the oom|.and,n loeraon The force reviewed cjn-nsteil of the first . o?7>» Jv, 21 battalions infanlr.v, 8 °f ai d3l field pieces and the comirted of 8 D.tta ions of i
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CHARGE OF LIBEL AGAINST A CLERGYMAN.

CHARGE OF LIBEL AGAINST A CLERGYMAN.

CHARGE OF LIBEL AGAINST CLERGYMAN. At the Bow-street Polic* Court, Friday, the Rev. Wade Martin Mears, who was described in the charge sheet a clergyman of the Church of England, was brought up on a warrant, tor having circulated and published a wilful, malicious, and scandalous
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE EQUINOCTIAL GALES. UPWARDS OF 20 VESSELS WRECKED.- MELANCHOLY LOSS LIFE. The equinoctial gales have been productive of the greatest

THE EQUINOCTIAL GALES. UPWARDS OF 20 VESSELS WRECKED.- MELANCHOLY LOSS LIFE. The equinoctial gales have been productive of the greatest

havoc amongst the shipping off the coast. On Monday and Tuesday nights the wind blew terrifically hard from the south-west, with heavy falls of rain. The shipping in the vicinity of the Downs appear to have suffered severely, and [ large fleet of outward-bound shins which had ma
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MINING I NTK L LIGENCE.

MINING I NTK L LIGENCE.

The Qaartz Rock Mariposa Gold Minu)~ Co"• piny received advices fro«u the agents of their micoe I.ixivu’j Creek, which state that the Virginia vein had just lv» reached by tuunel of 113 feet the opening, and that the ore was most promising. At the Mary Harrison vein 20 to additi
October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

October 9, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England