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ArA VAL AND MILITARY.

ArA VAL AND MILITARY.

A r A VAL AND MILITARY. Under tho contract with European aud Australian Mail Company, the services of seven Lieutenants, Royal Navy, as agents in charge of mails, will probably be required. The reservo steam gunboats at Plymouth got steam on Wednesday try their engines—an operati
December 5, 1856 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE PARIS CONFERENCES.

THE PARIS CONFERENCES.

TME PARIS CONI'EIRENCES. (From the Globe.) The tesms of the treaty of Faris were calculated to provide definitively for the cettltment of aflails in the east of Europe. At the time of its conclusion, although there were pome who considered that theabjeeteattailed fell short of wh
December 5, 1856 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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eo as -fl NOTIOE. Freight by the Mail Steamers to Hal1ftv and Boston, £3 per ton, and 5 per cent. prinhage ; asnd to New York, £4 per ton, asnd 5 per cent. primage. Frelgght art Parcels Os. each and upwards, acoarding to slse. PARCELS for different Consignees, colloctod anti ma-l
December 5, 1856 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BREACHES OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

BREACHES OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

EOAN W. WALSIT.-This was an action brought in the Exchequer Court, Dublin, by the plaintiff, to recover damages from the defendant, for a breach of promise to I. marry his daughter. The father of the plaintiff is a farmer, living at Stoney Cart, county of Kilkenny. The y defenda
December 5, 1856 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

L XBrOcuaY OFFICe, FRaDAY,.DHEORMER 5. q [BY THEi LECTRIG AND INTERNATIONAL TELEGRAPH.] I TuEe ARnY.-It is believed that the Shirley and Beat- I son case will not be proceeded with. The Metropolitan Board of Works had a long interview M with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on Th
December 5, 1856 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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COURT, &c.

COURT, &c.

COURT, &o. An TlIVV.QAl ?? ?? WINDSOR, W1HDNESDAY.-Iiis Royal Highness Prince v Albert, with the Prince of Wales and Prince Frederick n William of Prussia, skated on the ice iD the Home Park I yesterday afternoon, attended by the gentlemen in waiting. h Her Majesty and his Royal
December 5, 1856 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

, o rre p e n t t. BUSINESS OF OUR CWJURTS OF LAW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CALEDONIAN MERCURY. Smn,-The state of the basiness of our Courts of law is the subject of much dissatisfaction and alarm not only to professional men, but to suitors. I am glad to learn that one of the law bo
December 5, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LORD LUCAN AND "THE DAILY NEWS."

LORD LUCAN AND "THE DAILY NEWS."

LowD LUGPN AND "66H3EILY NEWS.' I (From the VAWg Tbh esatlo libel bv kt by the Ear aof Lucu against our eon pswary, the faail News, his ended in a verdict for the deieadauts. We need not soy that och a rutie, inouropinion,m otstiactory. Notonly thepres, but the country in general
December 5, 1856 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS.

AGRCUL TURAL STATISTICS. The annual meeting of the Rutland Agrictiltural Society took place on Tueseday, in the Riding School, at Omschaes. The show o'atock,&n, warn considered by those present never to have been surpassed on any previous hces siiini. Inathe evnn adaew:o pae at t
December 5, 1856 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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P 1 N TI N G. milIlO~l'AS ALLAN & CO lMPANY, | . LAWV .v GE;NERAL PR:lNTERtS iee tO, intimtne to Lar Agenth and Othoies that they execute eerery descriptton ofr PRITINGl~ on the Sliolteei Natioewr ers Illuil Smelly, lEdtnbnrghi, Jtily 1S1e. J. 1. mTOOLE begs to amnomice that, by
December 5, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland