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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Brief Observations, &e. on the • Basis: of the Reorganisation of our Power in India. By AN OLD RESIDENT IN INDIA, R. C. Le Page and Co. A PRODUCTION of no great mental scope. The writer appears to be one those who think themselves qualified to pronounce judgment on the question
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN AN AMERICAN LAW COURT.

DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN AN AMERICAN LAW COURT.

lOLA MONTES AS A WITNESS.—Inthe Supreme Court of the State of New York, a suit brought by Mr. Jobson, a literary man, upon a matter of no great public interest, has given occasion to what might on this side of the Atlantic be regarded as an extraordinary scene—resulting in a "ro
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MINCING LANE.

MINCING LANE.

SUGAR.—The market is very dull, and sales to any extent could not be made without giving way in prices. Refined lumps, 548. 6d. to 575: COFFEE.—The market is very firm. The qnality of the native Ceylon offered in public bales not of the current description, and did not give quot
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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[MARCH 13, 1858. and assistance to relieve him from the difficulty in which he was placed by the new passport regulations. He stated that he had left his native country when about nine years of age to reside with his uncle at Paris, and he remained with his relative until he was
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT ECLIPSE.

THE GREAT ECLIPSE.

Several of our cotemporaries have favoured their readers with essays on eclipses generally, past, present, and to come, with flowery descriptions of their effects on the imagination, as if they would revive the exploded superstitions of bygone times. We, however, content 'oursel
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

H ARDSHIPS OF THE NEW PASSPORT SYSTEM.—A young German, of very respectable appearance applied thQ nut c gistrate's advice [MARL.: 13, IASB. and assistance to relieve him from tt difficulty in which he was placed by the new Pas-nort regulations. He stated that he had left his n a
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MARCH 13, 1858.] ROYAL LITERARY FUND. On Wednesday the annual general meeting of this•corporatinn was 'held at their chambers. 7

MARCH 13, 1858.] ROYAL LITERARY FUND. On Wednesday the annual general meeting of this•corporatinn was 'held at their chambers. 7

3 , Great Ru , sell-street, for the election of officers, and other business. Earl STANHOPE was called to the chair. The Secretary read the minutes of the last annual general meeting, which were confirmed. The CHAIRMAN moved a vote of thanks to the registrars, treasurers, and au
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MARcir 7.

MARcir 7.

The James Holme, from Castleton, was driven , on shore on the 7th, near Rhyl ; crew saved in their, own boat. The Hesperus, from Liverpool for Boston, was towed into Beaumaris Bay on Saturday, totally dismasted, by the steam-tugs United Kingdom and Rescue; crew and passengers al
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BELL'S FAMILY NEWSPAPER. MANSION-HOUSE.

BELL'S FAMILY NEWSPAPER. MANSION-HOUSE.

THE MAN OF MANY CHARACTERS.—Henry Banks was brought up on remand, charged with having been found in illegal possession of 22 carbines. Mr. Lewis appeared for the prisoner. Mr. Dudley Keep: I belong to the firm of Keep, Brothers, carrying on business in Birmingham as merchants. T
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LAW AND POLICE. ADMIRALTY COURT, MARCH 6. (Before DR. LIISHINGTON.) THE MOSCOW.—DAMAGE.

LAW AND POLICE. ADMIRALTY COURT, MARCH 6. (Before DR. LIISHINGTON.) THE MOSCOW.—DAMAGE.

The English steamer Alma, 393 tons, was on her way in ballast and carrying 30 passengers from Stettin to St. Petersburg, when she came into collision with the steamer Moscow, 461 tons, of Bremen, bound from Cronstadt for London, with a cargo of wheat, tallow, and other merchandi
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England