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A MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL RETROSPECT.

A MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL RETROSPECT.

year 1847 will long be notorious as one •of a sequel to reckless trading and monetary disaster, in which the many suffer from the -acts of the few, though, in this instance, the mischief has been widely spread, and generally felt over the world. The proceedings of some joint-sto
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
OUR POLICY.

OUR POLICY.

It has been so long the practice, and we must confess it is consistent with the desire of novelty, for every freshly-started publication to declare its political catechism, that although we consider ourselves rather "old friends in a new dress" than novices making their public d
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE NEW PASSPORT SYSTEM AND THE BRITISH AUTHORITIES.

THE NEW PASSPORT SYSTEM AND THE BRITISH AUTHORITIES.

The obsequiousness of the Senate, the Bench, and the Bar of England to the dictates of the French Emperor since the attentat of the l-ith of January, have been something so unaccountable, that the people of England scarcely yet believe in it, and stand looking on in mute astonis
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

THE NEW . FRENCH PASSPORT REGU- --- LATIONS. The following official notice appeared in Tuesday's Moniteur "PARIS, MARCH 8. "Travellers coming from abroad into France must, for each journey, cause their passports to vised by a diplomatic agent or French Consul. "In order that no
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
rPRicE 2d.

rPRicE 2d.

March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NE-w- KAYTEE WADES:

NE-w- KAYTEE WADES:

NE - w - WADES: The Simla arrived on Tuesday, at Sydney, with the October and November mails, the intelligence contained in which created the•greatest surprise and excitement. With the exception of the heavy fall in value of our chief export—wool—which, serious as it is, can, in
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

The Cape Royal Mail steamer Norman, Captain Boxer, arrived at . Plymouth on ;Tuesday • evening. Her dates are fropq 29; St. „Hele.Taaf S 'Moen - Sion, 9e1),,-14: She bring.' the usual mails a full general cargo, valued 'at £5,870, and about twenty passengers. The Cape Parliament
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LIFE BOAT SERVICES.

LIFE BOAT SERVICES.

ARKLOW, March 6.—The services of the new lifeboat on this station were called into requisition for the first time on the 26th ult. Early on the morning of that day the coxswain was informed that a large vessel was on the banks nine miles off. Having ascertained the information t
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ENVIABLE HALLUCINATION OF TIIE FRENCH PRESS.

ENVIABLE HALLUCINATION OF TIIE FRENCH PRESS.

THE French Press "still harping on my daughter," hugs itself incessantly in the belief th a t t h e c h er i s h e d o bject ot its wishes, the d e f unc t "Conspiracy Bill," will s u rely be presented them in due course by our Parliament. The Courrier de Paris says : "France ha
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England