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Spirit of the Press.

Spirit of the Press.

p1r it Of til V9 rtess. TlE CRIMEAN LEPORT-LORD CARI)IGAN'S DEFENCE. (Plurs.) Lord Cardigan has made his defence, and the ptiblii have now bafore them all that can be said, aftfr a fortnight's consideration, in answer to the report of the Crimean Commission. It is well clearly to
February 21, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Provincial Intelligence.

Provincial Intelligence.

proflildal zattIlipuft. A NEW WVAY OF PROMOTING TEMPEHAXCE.-Re- centlv an earnest advocate of Teetotalism was be- wailing, in a northern burgh, the slow progress the cause he had so much at heart was making in the localitv. One of his listeners, who had had much experience in ele
February 28, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION* MERCURY OFFICE, TUEsDAY. TWELVE O'CLOOL TIHE CIJtIIEA. Crinca letters to the 5th have arrived. Weather was cold andl moderately fine. Details are given of the explosion of Fort St Nicholas. The two extre- miies were first blow n up, and the effect of the rising sm
February 19, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

?? ?? () -? , , , q I Ib 11 f .? I I I g t it f t . RUSSIA. Till NEW VICEROY OF POLAND. Prince Michael Gortschakoff, late Commanderhin. Chief of the Czar's forces in the Crimea, entered Warsaw on the 13th, as Viceroy of Poland. In 1831 Gortsehiakoff, like Marshal Paskiewitch, who
February 20, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TIE COMMISSION TEA COMPANY TIM that CHOICZ TEA MIT TEL lies Co b. lA~ Tin MtiCII• pa WILLIAMMIT, READING bAUCE,

TIE COMMISSION TEA COMPANY TIM that CHOICZ TEA MIT TEL lies Co b. lA~ Tin MtiCII• pa WILLIAMMIT, READING bAUCE,

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February 21, 1856 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
MIDLAND RAILWAT. Yesterday the meeting this company wee as the Matto', at Derby; Mr. JOIN ELMS is the repeat and

MIDLAND RAILWAT. Yesterday the meeting this company wee as the Matto', at Derby; Mr. JOIN ELMS is the repeat and

abstract of ban already appeared la the impasse. The is novas the adoptive of the report, said that it wee a greet pleasure to him, I. which fellowdire:tare eland, teat they bad bees able to lay before their shareholders the eon eatiefeetory report wade to lb.. Waco he had earep
February 21, 1856 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSION&

MIDDLESEX SESSION&

labs Taylor asd Robert Taylor, eradated ea Taesday of desliag sieves deep, the property of • fuser at Stamen, were Weight up for began; sad soak four yeses' peed merited& Samuel Casey • respectable kakis, men, to take trial two shirrs of XL Peery appeared for p Xv. Ribtea for we
February 21, 1856 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
MURDER IN LIVERPOOL.

MURDER IN LIVERPOOL.

LIVERPOOL. WIDOW/AT. At an early hoar this morning the inhabitants of Obis/sheis-street,Clemeati s net, sad the locality of Vaseball-toad and Great Howsid- street, ern the first-namod streets, wore Woes Into s state greet incitement by a report that mu bad been murdered during t
February 21, 1856 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
URSE OF

URSE OF

441 1881 1831
February 19, 1856 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
Dividends due.

Dividends due.

5 Apr. & 10 Oct. 5 Apr. & 10 Oct. 5 Jan. & 5 July. 5 Apr. & 10 Oct. 5 Jan. & 5 July. 5 Jan. & 5 July. 5 Jan. & 5 July. S Apr.& 10 Oct. 5 Apr. & 10 Oct. 5 Jan. & 5 July. 5 Jan. & 5 July. 5 Apr. & 10 Oct. 5 Jan. & 5 July. 81Mar. & 30 Sep. 31 Mar. & 30Sep. N.B. And are usually paid
February 15, 1856 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England