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PRICE Two PENCE.

PRICE Two PENCE.

MEETING AT STALYBRIDGE 01V IN7'ERFESTION IN AMERICA. A public urseting,.called by requisition to the Mayor, was held on Tuesday evening in the Assembly Room of the Town-hall, Stalybridge, for the purpose of considering the question of intervention in America. The tequistuan was
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE BEE-HIVE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1862.

THE BEE-HIVE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1862.

DRAMATIC COLLEGE. On Monday aL ' irtre party, including Mr. Webster Mr. 'Robert lMr. Ohuld, Mr. - .Terwood, Mr Churchill, the recipients of the bounty, and many warm friends of the institution, proceeded to Maybury, to assist at a ceremony which was affecting and grafilying, and
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

New York, Sept. 20 (Mming). The Governors of Pennsylvania and Ohio' have issued a call to the Governors of all the Union States to meet on the 24th, at Altoona, Pennsylvania. The New York press strongly condemn the Federal officers for surrendering Harper's Ferry, and urge a nsi
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
T.HE ROYAL MARRIAGE IW ITALY.

T.HE ROYAL MARRIAGE IW ITALY.

(From the Times Correspondent.) Timer Sept. 27.—1 t is strange a n d it i s pl eas i ng t o see the soothing influence exercised on public feelings by what in reality is merely a private occurrence. The Princess Maria Pia and her wedding have established a week of Truce of God'
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
MR. CADOGAN AND M. VEILL.4IO.

MR. CADOGAN AND M. VEILL.4IO.

The Hon. F. Cadoo•an gives the following explanation of a transaction which has recently occupied much attention : _ _ _ - -- 'My position towards M. Veillard was strictly defined by an agreement drawn by my family solicitors, Messrs. Fladgate and Co., which agreement was furthe
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE JOURNAL OF HEALTH. If you are sich, and desire to be well, READ TILE JOURNAL OF HEALTH. If you

THE JOURNAL OF HEALTH. If you are sich, and desire to be well, READ TILE JOURNAL OF HEALTH. If you

are well, and desire to avoid disease, READ JOURNAL OF HEALTH. If you would know the true science of Human Life, READ THE JOURNAL OF HEALTH. If you would learn the injurioa effects of Drugs, READ THE JOURNAL OF HEALTH , If you would understand the conditions ot Health, READ THE
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
AMERIC.d.

AMERIC.d.

NEW Yons, Sept. 18.—The Federal forces which surrendered at Harper's Perry consisted of the 12th New York State Militia, 87th Ohio, Bth New York Cavalri t 111th New York Volunte ers , 126th N ew Y or k Voluntem, two companies of the sth New York Artillery, and one Maryland Regim
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
COMPLETION OF THE METBOPOLI- 27.411 T RAILWAY.

COMPLETION OF THE METBOPOLI- 27.411 T RAILWAY.

COMPLETION OF THE METBOPOLI- 2 7 .411 T RAILWAY. The- works of this great metropolitan improvement may now be said to be complete, the small amount that remains unfinished being, very minor details and decorations. Col. -Yolland, thee government inspector of the rail wary departm
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
! CO-OPERATIVE INTELLIGENCE.

! CO-OPERATIVE INTELLIGENCE.

The distress in the manufacturing districts has seriously affected the receipts of the trade and, friendly societies, but the co-operative societies have suffered most. The members are unable to meet their monthly calls, and the general poverty prevents any sale of shares, and t
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED MATRICIDE.

ALLEGED MATRICIDE.

William Helliwell, a weaver, is in custody at Halifax, charged with the murder of his mother, Betty Helliwell, -aged 66, who lived in a cottage in the township of -Soyland, about four miles from Halifax. The deceased woman was found dead in stone quarry not very far from her own
October 4, 1862 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England