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MARCH 20, 1858 ] ______ BURGLARY AND ATTEMPTED MURDER. Jas. B aghtirst, 30, a gentleman's servant; Thos. Brown, aged 19,

MARCH 20, 1858 ] ______ BURGLARY AND ATTEMPTED MURDER. Jas. B aghtirst, 30, a gentleman's servant; Thos. Brown, aged 19,

seaman; and James Coleman, aged 18, a tailor, were charged with having on the 23rd of October, 1857, broke into the dwellin -house of Mr. William Bt addon, of Blacklands House, near Plymouth, and stolen a gold pencilcase and Other articles, and also with having feloniously assau
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
STEAM to the MEDITERRANEAN, Constantinople. &c.—The fail Steam Packets ot the Messageriei Imperiales of France are now deQpatched from Marseilles

STEAM to the MEDITERRANEAN, Constantinople. &c.—The fail Steam Packets ot the Messageriei Imperiales of France are now deQpatched from Marseilles

as followiz,—vqe TTA r.v ave.l - 10-• GRNo.s.. - v ecchta. N spies, Messina, and Malta every Thursday. For NAPLES tourhing only at Civita Vecchia, every Monday. Direct GREECE and TURKEY. via Messina and the Pirreus, every Saturday. For SMYRNA, via Malta, March 14th, and every al
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE EXECUTION GROUND.

THE EXECUTION GROUND.

(From a description of the Times Correspondent.) Threading our way, under the guidance of some experienced friend, we came to a carpenter's shop, fronting the entrance to a small potter's field. It is not a rood in area, of an irregular shape, resembling most an oblong. A ro w o
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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\ -on-its present basis. Change the constitution of the national bank, that it does not discount any commercial paper, and then we should have a new organizationsome steady, legitimate application of c4pital to meet commercial requirements. The person Most likely to suffer from
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CAMPBELL AND OITTRAM.

CAMPBELL AND OITTRAM.

An unpleasant story has obtained currency in Oude respecting Sir Colin Campbell's treatment of General Outram. When the public despatches of Sir Colin describing his entry' into Lucknow, came back Cawnpore, those who had been present at the Oude capital at the time of the relief
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MAZZINI AND THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH.

MAZZINI AND THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH.

To the Editor of Bell's Family firewspaper. Si a,—Another Government prosecution more Bodkinism, Beadonism, and Jardinism, to assert the imperialism of the British law, and all . under the future auspices of the Duke of Malakoff, for whom the cave of Dahea, with its writhing mas
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
APPALLING CATASTROPHE IN BLOOMSBURY.

APPALLING CATASTROPHE IN BLOOMSBURY.

Between two and three o'clock on Sunday morning, a policeman, passing through Gilbertstreet, an obscure thoroughfare, running eastward from Museum-street, and backing Great Russell-street, had his attention directed to some smoke, which was issuing from the groundfloor of a buil
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ROYAL SU RREY GARDENS.—Notice. beg to at In answer to numerous inquiries, the Committee e it will be impossible to

ROYAL SU RREY GARDENS.—Notice. beg to at In answer to numerous inquiries, the Committee e it will be impossible to

issue any extra Stalls for C oncert, o n Wednesday, 7th April. Those a resent unsold are only to be had at Keith. Pyowse, and Co.'s, Cheapside; and Pigott'silibrary, Kenningto -park. N.B. Mr, Sims Reeves will sing the Death of Nelson, Good.bye, sweetheart, and Phoebe, dearest.
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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