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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

CORNWALL.—On March 12th, at Merston Rectory, near Chichester, rather suddeoly of carbuncle, the Rev. Eusebius Cornwall, aged 65, eldest surviving son of the la e Rev. P. M. Cornwall, Came of Wottonunderedge, and Master of the Free Grammar School in that town for nearly forty yea
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

The London correspondent of one of the papers here lately reported that the recent . changes in the passport arrangements in France were giving rise to a scheme in London for getting up excursion trains to Germany in the summer. To this annonncement he added the following hint [
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
sp.A.IN.

sp.A.IN.

— rid of the IRh inst. gives rather letter l a er d f s r: o m uraglng account of the state of public affairs in Spam: It says !hall present b e f ore l ong a counterpart to Mexico. r r . t court is corrupt and not respected ; parties ar e a ll di v id e d among t h em - sseol::
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. No. lI.—BY Cms.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. No. lI.—BY Cms.

In our "Retrospect" last week, we took occasion to notice the mischief that had been entailed on the country by our monetary sliding scale, and warned our readers of the co nsequences inevitable upon such a system. It would appear that some similar conviction must have come over
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Mr. EWART ON INDIAN COLONIZATION.

Mr. EWART ON INDIAN COLONIZATION.

Amidst the battles of party, the wrangles of diplomacy, and the turbulence of political excitement, it is pleasant to hear the voice of useful propagandism in the general cause of hnmanity elevated above the discordant elements of hostile factions, and suggesting a future of pea
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

On Monday his Roy al Highness the Commander-in-Chief paid a visit to Chatham Purpose of inspecting the battalions of infantry for the at that garris on , and also to make an examination of the buildings at Brompton Barracks. The Duke, i accompanied by his staff, proceeded direct
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

The steam transport Rhadamanthus, Master. Commander Sturdee, arrived at Woolwich on Saturday from Portsmouth, and was admitted into the basin on Monday morning to reload with machinery and steam gear for the west. The Hero, 91, screw steamer, having been completed at Chatham Doc
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

A Central Committee has been appoi n t e d at St. Petersburg to examine all the projects for the emancipatj.en of the serfs sent in by the Provincial Committees. The Council consists of 13 members. The Emperor is the President, and among the names of the members are those of the
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
(Before Mr. CRTASY.)

(Before Mr. CRTASY.)

Charles Stewart, an ex-policeman, was found guilty of having stolen a pint pewter pot, the property of Job Henry West. There was another case against him. On leaving the police he was awarded a pension of £23 a year, which would be forfeited, it was said, by this conviction.—Mr.
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.-THURSDAY.

PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.-THURSDAY.

. .The:r Lordships met at 4 o'clock. The royal assent was given by commission to the Militia Act Continuance Bill. On the commencement of public business at s:o'clock, Lord MONTEAGLE hoped the fullest information respecting the conditon of India would be laid before the House pr
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England