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ALLEGED FENIANISM IN SCOTLAND,— ARREST OF SUSPECTED FENIANS.

ALLEGED FENIANISM IN SCOTLAND,— ARREST OF SUSPECTED FENIANS.

ALLEGED PSNIANISMt IN SCOTL&ND,- AnaEST OF' SUSPEYCT?-.t FF.NI.NA. It has for some tsne b1-cn well kno-wn to the mnthori- ties in the West of Scotland that thr-ee Anierican Feniaus, dr~noties froll NW York (one of thent said to h) an ex- officer of the United States army), have b
March 31, 1867 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE MURDER OF DR. LIVINGSTONE.

THE MURDER OF DR. LIVINGSTONE.

THE MURDER OF DEL LIVINC-STONE. The ordinary meeting of the Royal geographical Society was held on Monday evening at Burlington House, when despatches from Dr. G. E. Seward and Dr. J. Rirk, concerning the reported death of Dr. Living- stone, were rend. The fullest and most. impor
March 31, 1867 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SHOCKING ACCIDENT ON BOARD TUB GREAT EASTERN.

SHOCKING ACCIDENT ON BOARD TUB GREAT EASTERN.

On Tuesday the Great Eastern, under command of Sir James Anderson, sailed from Liverpool for New York with about DO passengers, among whom were Mr. Cyrus W. Field and Mr. W. Barber, one of the directors of the Great Ship Company. The Great Eastern left her moorings about a quart
March 31, 1867 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY DISPATCH. -1.6-MTION iiittTholiidfrif.j.- 1117NDAT. MARCIE 11. 1817.

WEEKLY DISPATCH. -1.6-MTION iiittTholiidfrif.j.- 1117NDAT. MARCIE 11. 1817.

WEEKLY DISPATCH. - 1 . 6 - MTION iiittTholiidfrif.j .- 1117NDAT. MARCIE 11. 1817. The Reform Bill passed its second reading on Tuesday n ight, the discussion closing with a speech from Mr. Disraeli that quite belies the suggestion se industriously put about that his power ass deb
March 31, 1867 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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...____--• Mr. WALPOLE added that he would undertake to . regulations on the table before the vote for Valuation Genies was taken. Indeed, he believed they would be ready before th e E tater recess. HE NEW LW OOURS.—Mr. LANYON asked the Secretary of the reasury whether it was th
March 31, 1867 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
NORFOLK CIRCUIT. NORWICH.

NORFOLK CIRCUIT. NORWICH.

[Before - 16. -- .ll;tiorTWilles.] NIGHT Poaentco.— Benjamin Color, James Ford, and John Ford, were indicted for unlawfully and malieiously wounding, with a gun loaded with gunpowder, William Smith. at Woodrising, on the morning of the 30th of November, 1866. This was a case of
March 31, 1867 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
SADLER'S WIIILLS TIMM= Diroistress. Inas Xs=Lott. Leone, Mr. Z. =gar.

SADLER'S WIIILLS TIMM= Diroistress. Inas Xs=Lott. Leone, Mr. Z. =gar.

Production of the Grand Seusation Drama of " Thefts of Ice Tor, The Wild Flower of Mexico. Marriott In her great Imp monitions of Louise de Lamers and Ogarita the Wild Flower of Marko. Last Twelve Nights of the Season. MO-MORROW (Monday), and during the week, the powerful sense'
March 31, 1867 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
KLITOR

KLITOR

The Queen caused to be forwarded the rum a £3 to a miner's wife, named Maria Jose, living at Camborns, as a donation to the poor woman on the occasion of her esn• linement with three children. The first hopeful sign that the Chinese are beginning to gy m . elate the superior kno
March 31, 1867 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
• favoured biseareby of choices, but it was mere waste of time to dismal such • provision. He also criticised

• favoured biseareby of choices, but it was mere waste of time to dismal such • provision. He also criticised

the compound householder clause with great severity, insisting that its effect would be most unequal and greenly unfair in its Inequality io different parts of the country; that the operation would depend upon local majorities in the vestry; and that, as was the fact now in the
March 31, 1867 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Mr. *TWAT moved an amendment which would have the effect jille 4 hiblen the nfikelen ef flogging during the time

Mr. *TWAT moved an amendment which would have the effect jille 4 hiblen the nfikelen ef flogging during the time

of pone, be observed, would be carrying out the decision of the when he brought the subject forward a short time Bata they the profeesin of arms in the eyes of the pad* se that it would not be considered a disgrace to belong so Army. recruiting would 'ever be pined on a satisfac
March 31, 1867 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England