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India to establish local agencies in the interior of the country, for the purpose of introducing direct commercial relations with

India to establish local agencies in the interior of the country, for the purpose of introducing direct commercial relations with

the producers of raw materials of every kind, have chiefly arisen from two causes, viz. :—The refusal of tha Indian Government to grant a secure and permanent tenure of land, upon definite and equitable terms, to any proposed purchaser; and the absence of any effective law for t
November 24, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
sATURDAY NIGHT. A Weekly Journal of Literature. Conducted by Thos. HOOD. One Penny. 80, Fleet-street ** For full particulars of

sATURDAY NIGHT. A Weekly Journal of Literature. Conducted by Thos. HOOD. One Penny. 80, Fleet-street ** For full particulars of

amusements see first page. ROYAL ENGLISH OPERA, COVENT-GARDEN. This Evening, Wallace's new opera, LOVE'S TRIUMPH Commence at 8. THEATRE-ROYAL, HAYMARKET. This Evening, A DAUGHTER TO MARRY. Alter which, OUR AMERICAN COUSIN. With DUCK HUNTING. And JACK'S RETURN FROM CANTON. Commen
November 20, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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November 20, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
But how was that to be accothplished ? Not by violent measures, but rather gradually and by degrees, " here

But how was that to be accothplished ? Not by violent measures, but rather gradually and by degrees, " here

a little and there a little, line upon line, line upon line, precept upon precept, precept upon precept.' ; Ins mission Would be la mission of peace, depending rather on secondary Influences than on great and certain primary interferences with the institutions of Mika. As the re
November 20, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL, Gray . -inn-rbad ) in the immediate vicinity of the Great North ern Kanway Terminus, at King's-cross.

ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL, Gray . -inn-rbad ) in the immediate vicinity of the Great North ern Kanway Terminus, at King's-cross.

Patron—The QUEEN President—The Duke of DUCCLEUCH, Treasurer—Edward Masterman, Esq, This was the first hospital to introduce the principle of free and instant arlinission to the destitute sick, without the formality of uOvernors' letters. It is entirely devoted to deed'• tution i
November 20, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
LATEST NEWS. ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 20. The Journal de St. Petersbourg of to-day announces the appointment of Baron de Budberg

LATEST NEWS. ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 20. The Journal de St. Petersbourg of to-day announces the appointment of Baron de Budberg

as Russian Ambassador to France, and of M. d'Oubril as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the court of Berlin.
November 20, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SUN, LONDoN THURSDAY EVg N STC4, NO VE VI BE R 20, 1862. THIRD EDITION.

THE SUN, LONDoN THURSDAY EVg N STC4, NO VE VI BE R 20, 1862. THIRD EDITION.

November 20, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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November 20, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
7HE ARMY.

7HE ARMY.

In addition to the land defences now being erected on the Kent and Essex coasts at Shornmeade, Coalhouse Point, the Isle of Grain, Garrison Point, Folly Print, Darnetness, and Bishop's Marsh, for the prolection of the entrances to the rivers Thames and Medway, the Government has
November 20, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Now Ready, PUN ALMA NACK FOR 1863. With 24 Comic Cute. Every Family should read it. One Penny. LIVES of

Now Ready, PUN ALMA NACK FOR 1863. With 24 Comic Cute. Every Family should read it. One Penny. LIVES of

EMINENT STATESMEN, in FUN, every week. One Penny Now Ready, handsomely bound in Magenta cloth, gilt, price 4s. 6d. ; post free, 65., the `SECOND half-yearly VOLUME of FUN, with numerous Engravings by talented artists, and humorous Articles by the following distinguished writers
November 18, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England