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INDIA AND CHINA. FALL OF LUCKNOW.

INDIA AND CHINA. FALL OF LUCKNOW.

ALEXANDRIA. April, 3, 1858. By the steamer Candia from Calcutta, we have the following news : Lucknow.—General Outram crossed the Goorntee,on the 16th of March. On the 11th, Hope's Brigade captured the Queen's Palace. On the 13th, Kaierebagh and Unanbarra, a mass of palaces adjo
April 10, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
• Now publishing, price lid., eIEAPMAN'S METROPOLITAN RAILv WAY TIME TABLES for APRIL. containing the departure and arrival of the

• Now publishing, price lid., eIEAPMAN'S METROPOLITAN RAILv WAY TIME TABLES for APRIL. containing the departure and arrival of the

main-line trains from and to all th: London -Stations. Office: 5, Shoe-lane, Fleet-street.
April 10, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

VIENNA, April 9. . . A lit of scandal entertain; the Vienese. It is said tiat France and Austria intmd to occupy Sardiria in the autumn, but the news is incorrect. It is Inown to us' that the French Cabinet has threatmed to interfere in Sardinia ,if the Government if that countr
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE STATE TRIAL'

THE STATE TRIAL'

The proceedings against M.. Bernard are got up in the most formidable and imposi ng : manner at the Central Criminal Court ;-but though the Attorney General made a speech of two hours long, and a great many witnesses have been examined, not a single new fact has been as yet elic
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE MYSTERIES AROUND US.

THE MYSTERIES AROUND US.

The clay beneath our feet is built up into the palace of the soul. The sordid dust we tread upon forms, in the mystic frame of our humanity, the dwelling place of high reasoning thoughts, fashions the chambers of imagination, and moulds the heart that beats with every lofty and
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

The Times is anxious that England should not meanly curtail her expenditure on the question of national defences, and wishes that if any man is dissatisfied with . the state of aff a i rs h e w ill k eep it ver y quiet'. But, while we should be the last to join in any cry at pre
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IDIANOFORTES.-PUBLIC ATTENTION. H. TOLKIEN has a large assortment, and the best Hanofortes in England. Rosewood and Walnut-tree Cottages and Piccolos,

IDIANOFORTES.-PUBLIC ATTENTION. H. TOLKIEN has a large assortment, and the best Hanofortes in England. Rosewood and Walnut-tree Cottages and Piccolos,

6 Octaves, with all the latest a little used, from 19 Guineas May be purclased on most liberal terms, at H. ToLKIEN's Oldeitablished Warehouse, '27, 28, and 29, King William.st., jpndon-bridge. Pianofortes for Hire, with option Qf orchase.
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ibbis•—_____ SIC TRANSIT GLORIA DIUNDI.

ibbis•—_____ SIC TRANSIT GLORIA DIUNDI.

Sir Henry Appleton; or, Essex during the Great • Rebellion. By the Rev. \V E. . __ • HEYGATE, M.A. Loildon : Hayes. THERE is no pleasanter way of interesting people in the history of the county in which they reside, than by incorporating some of its eventful periods and famous n
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE WALEWSKI DESPATCHES.

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE WALEWSKI DESPATCHES.

The diplomatic correspondence relative to the late menace of the French Government is almost too wordy to be permitted to occupy our columns, but our readers may wish to refer to it. It is sufficient to say, that the view we took of the Napoleon pamphlet last week may be applied
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH-STREET,

MARLBOROUGH-STREET,

Robert Masters was brought before Mr. Beadon for final examination, charged with endangering the life of Harriet Tripp, by furious driving. Police-constable Taylor, 89 C, said, about halfpast eleven o'clock, on the 23rd of February, he saw the prisoner driving a brougham down Re
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England