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COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND PASHION. I D-- D - D If OSBORNE, AUGUST 26.-Her Majesty and his Royal Highness the Prince, accompanied by Prince Arthur and Princess Louisa, inspected the Depot Battalion, at Parkhurst, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Jeffreys, yesterday. To.day being the anni-
August 31, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLICENCE. NORTHERN CIRCUIT.-Liverpool. The case against William Shaw, the mate of the Excelsior, and William Brewer, the pilot of the Excelsiorfor the manslaughter of hael Hogan, in the collision between the steamers. Mail and Excelsior, in July last, was proceeded wit
August 31, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE COURT.

THE COURT.

The Belgian iinister; M. Vau de Weyer, and Madame Van de Weyer, arrived on a visit to the Queen, at Osborne, on Tuesday. Tuesday being the anniversary of Prince Albert's birthday, the band of the Royal Marines played a selection of music on the Terrace. On Wednesday, the Queen a
August 31, 1856 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

A-0FOREIGN INALid FRANCE.-The liberal press f .Pfls I in igreat trouble in consequence of ii3s having published the address of 200 studeats of Pasri sm, ?? hg ?? . their fellow. atudertP of Turihn in their, aspations for the regeneration of Italy. Prosecutiioiis hiave' been comin
August 31, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ECHOES FROM ABROAD.

ECHOES FROM ABROAD.

j ?? S: ENGLAND A BUOBEAR TO DESPOTISM. -The Opiniomi of Turin says, that tbe Duchess Regent of Farsra-the' other day honoured the establiwh- ment, of the Fr~ress Ignorantins with her pre- sence, on the occasion-of the distribution of prizes to the~pupilsp. The brethren had orga
August 31, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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THE VISITORS FROM OUDE.

THE VISITORS FROM OUDE.

I THWEVISITOgS FROM OUDS. 0 7 | SobiTjlr rPToN, Thursday.,-The Raja hof Stirat1, now in tbis'countr'y, 'ap tiken the deepest interestiin. the affairseof the royal, family of Oude. He came to this town with a splendid 'slate when the royal'family landed, and'welconted' their arriv
August 31, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MARKETS.

THE LONDON MARKETS.

CORN1 ERXCHANGOE, M.NonD, Aug. 25.-The show ot English Wheat waeo very nloderote thin morning, aind cooi t'd chelry of new. fbe wathoo having improved, thooeh at tionra brooAen, -aies wers foarredy so heits on l ridnv and that day s advanc. of Ss per qr. w.o snootey ooinitoined.
August 31, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE,

POLICE INTELLIGENCE,

10 A Win JI Pl'.XISHStvi . stmA, on Tuesday. Jerome Cokeley, uiasoo, * man frame and °f xpresnion of c*,unlcu*ac? «? with ft ferociou* a>»Hult on his wife.—The caiaoiftted io )kiuc ereaturc, that •he wftft with the quarry limy with Uer, „,a Hire. . table knife at hS 1 t beinii a
August 31, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
for l up, tftck. do* *tr< rinpr o all n«u Adtotra t •liip tuu*« damviv Lisun*' course of rarioua parisl*'».

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August 31, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PEDESTEIANISM.

PEDESTEIANISM.

MATCHES TO COME. septemukr. . , I.—A Handicap Quartei-of-a-Mile Kate lor Silver Wat. n, the Lora Aiu V.aml, ►Jcon-Une, Battersea ; run in heats. I.—llenm and riiomas—to run 440 yards, for JKl3a Je, between Caerplully and Cardiff. I.—Coxiord and Jenns—towalk four miles, CoxforJ r
August 31, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England