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kRcH 13, 1858] PASSENGER LAW Messrs Ellis and Pickling, shipbrokers and emigration agents, of 132, L ea denhall-street, appeared before the Lord Mayor and Mr Alderman Wire, on a summons obtained against them by Frederick Pearce, for a breach of the 51st section of the Passengers
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.

THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.

The general Programme of the !second and, as we trust, final attempt to submerge this gigantic line of electrical communication between the New and Old World is, we believe, decided on, and all the preparations necessary to secure a successful plan of operations are rapidly adva
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
them from office. Lord Derby's enemies have been perpetually reiterating that it wa . s his intention either to take

them from office. Lord Derby's enemies have been perpetually reiterating that it wa . s his intention either to take

up the Conspiracy Bill, or toAbring in a fresh one still more stringent, and some impression was made . on the public mind by their malevolent persistence. Mr. Disraeli's speech at Aylesbury has at length dispelled that dream, and the opponents of the new Ministry must shift the
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Independence. THE COURT

Independence. THE COURT

OSBORNE, His Royal Highness the Prince Consort visited the new Military Hospital at,Netley on Tuesday, attended by Captain the .Won. Dudley De Ros. Viscount Sydney arrived on a visit to her Majesty. Lady Churchill and the Hon. Emily Cathcart have succeeded the Duchess of Welling
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF ADMIRAL LORD AYLMER, K.C.B

DEATH OF ADMIRAL LORD AYLMER, K.C.B

We have to record the demise of the above noble and gallant officer, who died on Friday last at the mature age of eighty, his lordship having been born 12th October, 1777. His lordship was the second son of Henry, fourth Baron Aylmer, of Balrath, county Meath, in the Irish peera
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING NEWS.

SHIPPING NEWS.

BRISTOL, March s. —Wind, N., fresh; fine. Arrived, the Isabella, from Terceira—the Hesperus, from New York. Sailed, the Malvina, for Rotterdam. PARIS, March 4.—The Amelie, bound for Londonderry, on arriving in Paimbceuf Roads, 28th February, grounded on a bank, and became very l
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
L LATEST INTELLIGENCE. POSTSCRIPT TO MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL RETROSPECT.

L LATEST INTELLIGENCE. POSTSCRIPT TO MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL RETROSPECT.

The uncertainty' attending our political relations with France ' and the equally uncertain tenure of the Derby Ministry, continue to exercise a depressing influence on the Stock Exchange, and in the Produce Market. Public Securities, and Shares, are only maintained from the fear
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
VICTORIA.

VICTORIA.

The Melbourne Argus of Jan. 16, reportsthat the new year has commenced well as regards the prospects of the gold fields. Quartz. mining is now the favourite pursuit, large and powerful machines being erected by miners, and the resources appearing to be inexhaustible. The gold re
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.

THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.

• The general programme of the second and, as we trust, final attempt to submerge this gigantic line of electrical communication between the New and Old World is, we believe, decided on, and all the preparations necessary to secure a successful plan of operations are rapidly adv
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.—In the 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 "r
March 13, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England