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June 7, 1856 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 7, 1856 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
530 last of a long series of concessions to the superior ascendancy and vigour of will shown by the representatives

530 last of a long series of concessions to the superior ascendancy and vigour of will shown by the representatives

(both in London and Paris) of the Imperial Court of the Tuileries. Never, therefore, wits a Minister less suited than Lord CLARENDON for dealing with a emitmunity like the Anglo-Saxon race of the Unites} States. Lord CLARENDON does not believe iq public passions. It is a proof o
June 7, 1856 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BISHOP OF SALISBURY AND THE BLANDFORD

THE BISHOP OF SALISBURY AND THE BLANDFORD

BUM kl.-GROUND. The Earl of SH tiFTESBURY, on Thurcday, presented a petition from the mayor and inhabitani. of Blandford, complaining of the non-consecration of thAr new burial-ground. It appeared that the Bishop of Sali.hury had required a communion-table to be placed in the ch
June 7, 1856 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
ABATFMENT OF INCOME TAX.

ABATFMENT OF INCOME TAX.

Mr. Wn.soN, on Thursday, obtained leave to bring in a bill to continue the act for extending for a limited time the provision for abatement of income tax in respect of insurance on lives. THE BRITISH FLEET. Admiral BERKELEY, Thursday, in reply to Sir C. Napier, declined to furni
June 7, 1856 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
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Church, held its annual meeting on Wednesday, at the Central School, Westminster. The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishops of Oxford, St. David's, St. Asaph, ant Lincoln, Lords Redesdale and Radstock, Dr. Wordsworth, and several of the clergy, were present. The Archbishop opene
June 7, 1856 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
JUNE 7, 1856. Nittraturt. Commentaries on the Productive Forces of Russia. By M. L. de Tegoborski. Vol 11. London :

JUNE 7, 1856. Nittraturt. Commentaries on the Productive Forces of Russia. By M. L. de Tegoborski. Vol 11. London :

LODgMari.S. THE statesmen of Russia can possess little of that sagacity with which the world credits them if this work fails to open their eyes to important views. The facts collected by the author are irresistible. They show that the whole political system of the Emperor Nichol
June 7, 1856 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
The author then proceeds to say :

The author then proceeds to say :

It was impossible not to see that all these delays were fatal and permitted the defence a development which doubled obstacles and multiplied dangers General Canrobert insisted every day with the general.in•chief of the English army to cause him to open fire. He wrote to the Mini
June 7, 1856 - Press (London) - London, London, England