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INDISPOSITION OP MS. GLADSTOira

INDISPOSITION OP MS. GLADSTOira

Most unfortunately at this important juncture of public busi- ness the Right Hon. the Chancellor of the Exchequer has been assailed by a severe cold, conpled by influenza, which will pre- clude him from attendance to public business for a few days. Since the Cabinet Council on F
February 10, 1860 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECCLESIASTICAL.

—It will be seen by reference to our Parliamentary intelli- gence that vast numbers of petitions against the abolition of church-rates have beeu presented this week, and not one that we are aware of in favor of it. The second reading is fixed lor next Wednesday, before whiih day
February 10, 1860 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
ARMY AND NAVY.

ARMY AND NAVY.

Thb Horse Guards.— General Scarlett has been appointed to succeed Sir George Wetherall, who resigns the post of Ad- ?? on the Ist of April. It is generally reported iv military circles that Sir George Wetherall will take the com- mand in Ireland, but we believe that General Sir
February 10, 1860 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
is more wholesome, more economical, and more enjoyable use the Tens which are not covered with colour, to attract and

is more wholesome, more economical, and more enjoyable use the Tens which are not covered with colour, to attract and

mislead by mere appearance. The leaves gathered in the early spring contain the valuable juices the plant lull perfection, the autumn crop flavourless, and costs less; hence, the great temptation to substitute the common for best, which is done by colouring the withered autumn g
February 10, 1860 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FROM LAST FRIDAY'S GAZETTE.

FROM LAST FRIDAY'S GAZETTE.

BAJfJUtUFM—Christopher Stony, and Farnham, Surrey, fishmonger—Theodore Jennens, Halkin-street-weat, Belgrare-square, and Clmreh-atreet, Chelaea, papier manufacturer—laaac Nathan, Baryetreet, Beyis-raarka, merchant—Thomas Sharp, Alderahott hotelkeeper-George Cnckow, Woodbridge, S
February 10, 1860 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THOMAS SALT CO'S, BURTON ALES.— OCTOBER BREWINGS. MAT now be bad at the Stuns, Horssfcir-strest, Leicester. T. O. COCK. Agent.

THOMAS SALT CO'S, BURTON ALES.— OCTOBER BREWINGS. MAT now be bad at the Stuns, Horssfcir-strest, Leicester. T. O. COCK. Agent.

LONDON AND DUBLIN STOUT. TO CONNOISSEURS IN WINE. attention of really good judges of Wine ii directed JL to a large parcel ot PINE OLD PORT AND SHERRY, very rare and superior quality, Ten Tear* Old, jut received, and now offered by the Snbeeribed at a Large Reduction from the pr
February 10, 1860 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
that be RT E M, , which he can red since he (Air Stove. Th« Hall and Garden ieir Goods

that be RT E M, , which he can red since he (Air Stove. Th« Hall and Garden ieir Goods

the U R E. i’ trimmE Velvet and T E >R N LOUGE .LE AGENT SANESE. EALER IN OILS, iH,at Is. per •n used extensr? liUings, and Iml al, equally dural 5-RESISTIU • SAFES against 'c, apply to arehouso, Orel jSalo of INES. 3ARS. um). irwst)j rmingham. 3E, and MINED ,n--iP IRON-, all EN
February 10, 1860 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
REGISTRATION OF PARLIAMENTARY

REGISTRATION OF PARLIAMENTARY

VOTERS, &c. Mr. MILNE S obtained leave to bring in a bill to amend the law for the registration of persons entitled to votes, to define certain rights of voting, and to regulate certain proceedings in the election of members of parliament for England and Wales.
February 10, 1860 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, FEBRUARY 9.

LONDON, FEBRUARY 9.

PFESENTATION OF COxOuns TO THE 35TH REGIMEW. 2 -Her Majesty's 35th Regiment were presented with new colomrs by the Countess Canning; at Meerut, on the 2thDEcemuber. The Countess addressed Lio~ut. - I Colonel Walker in a few chosen words, and then cor- v nitted tlhem to tho two e
February 10, 1860 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
IN the House of Commons, last night, Lord Palmerston announced that the Budget would come on

IN the House of Commons, last night, Lord Palmerston announced that the Budget would come on

FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10. IN the uouse of Commons, lest night, Lord Pal- meraton announced that the Budget would come on this evening. , Mr. Sidney Herbert, the War Minister, last 4ight I stated, in answer to Major Sibthorpe, that afl the a oacers of the Volunteer Corps whose
February 10, 1860 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland