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LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

BY ELECTRItC TELEGRAPH. The Paris journal Coustitutionnel, of Friday, publishes semi-official article on the proximate re-assembling of the Parieconference. I. saysthatthereienointentionofchanging hle text orterms of the treaty; the conferencewill simply have to interpret and fi
December 6, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ymet.NOTICEtO SHIPPERS by the 1IT¶E DieianN BOSTIO 0 MTisfne ?? o at l%> 4no ear oly as Poresible..-APPIy to T LMN. ?? St. Helen's. llaheopsgato'street. 1GA v 0o C(OLO MBO, Ceylon. - First NOT ICEt ?? GOODS intended for N'1.roTuAtbe aloagsidr and ?? the London a I~t ?? COOKES and
December 4, 1856 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
THE CHARIVARI ON THE NEUFCHATEL QUESTION.

THE CHARIVARI ON THE NEUFCHATEL QUESTION.

THE CHARIVARI' ON THR NRFCHA TEL QUESTION. The Charsiari contains the following hit, under the head of 1' La Diate Germanique at Mon Dzoit," at the claims of Prussia to the canton of Neufebatel: "gA getlemanlike man this morning entered the office of Baron de Rothschild, and acco
December 4, 1856 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
The Court.

The Court.

gtt coum .I Prince Albetrt, with the Prince of W ales l Frederick William of Prussis, skated on the it Itie Home Park yesterday afternoon, attended by the gsiet in waiting. The Queen , with the younger members of to Family, walked in the grounds adjacent to the C&A a momniag. Ear
December 4, 1856 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
AFFAIRS OT WALKER AND THE UNITED STATES.

AFFAIRS OT WALKER AND THE UNITED STATES.

AFFAIRS or WALKER AND THE UNITED STATES. ° We have received the following particulars re- garding the affairs of Walker and the United States from an officer on board her Majesty's fleet, nois in s the Gulf of Mexico:- Greytown, which has acquired a kind of notoriety in consequen
December 3, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Markets.

Markets.

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December 4, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH NATIONALITY—MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS.

SCOTTISH NATIONALITY—MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS.

SCOTTISH ]NATIONALITY-MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS. e Much has been written about nationality, ro particularly Scottish nationality, on both sides ot of the Tweed of late; and it is not long sine- 'se d read a very excellent article from the DespaovM, a in which the writer, honestly confe
December 5, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GLOBE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GLOBE.

Sir, —Having to day, for the first time, been apprised that you have condescended to notice our excited meeting at the Shire Hull, you will, perhaps, give insertion to tho following facts, aud my short comments thereon In the small circle of tradesmen with whom I have dealt with
December 5, 1856 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. COBDEN ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

MR. COBDEN ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

In reply a letter from some local committee at Bradford, calling his attention to the nomexecution of the Treaty of Paris, Mr. Cobden writes : Garth, near Bangor, Nov. 30, 1856. “Sir, —In reply your favour which has followed me this address, I am bound to confess that I at a los
December 5, 1856 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

entire change in the weather has taken place, the wind having veered from E.N.E. to W.8.W., accompanied with thick small rain, causing complete thaw. The sudden change has altered the appearance of the streets and thoroughfares of the metropolis from their bright, shiny, and fro
December 5, 1856 - Globe - London, London, England