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to sing, and throw over the public and manager without the slightest hesitation. Paid and petted like princes and prispeOresi•

to sing, and throw over the public and manager without the slightest hesitation. Paid and petted like princes and prispeOresi•

the artists almost begin to think they have despotic sway over the palic, and seal to ecinverthe idea that they are conferring a fektour by-taking the money from you Yankees. It is to be boped that you are permeated vithsproper, respectful, humble gratitude.", •
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SERIOUS FIRES IN THE METROPOLIS.

SERIOUS FIRES IN THE METROPOLIS.

On Sunday 'morning, between the hour of,l and 2 o'clock,- information was xeceiveknt. the engine stations of the London grigade, pttrisli and West of England offices, that a fire had broken' out in the extensive premises belonging to Messrai: W. S. and A. Cox, corn chandlers, &c
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE CRYSTAL PALACE.

THE CRYSTAL PALACE.

Our contemporaries have been discussing the new arrangements of the Crystal Palace, somewhat cynically, as relates to the refreshment department which has recently passed into new hands. One of them says:— "It is an Englishman's privilege to grumble, and we do not know that this
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE STATE TRIAL*

THE STATE TRIAL*

The proceedings agains't M. Bernard are got up in the most formidable and imposing 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 elicte
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BOROUGH HOP MARKET.

BOROUGH HOP MARKET.

Messrs. Pattendon and Smith report that the demand continues steady at late prices—say, choice Mid. and East i Keats, s and 120 s per cwt.; low and middling, 60s 70s to 84s; Weald Kents, 50s 60s to 70s ; Sussex, 45s 56s to 635; 1855'5, 20s 28s to 355; 1856'5, 30s 40s to 50s.
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Price One Sbilling. HE W g O ek N ot P H O is L to , E ry? by

Price One Sbilling. HE W g O ek N ot P H O is L to , E ry? by

the NSa Author ndENGLAND. "Stare Policy Pit Policy of Modern Europe.' "He who would learn the relation which France and England bear to each other, and their true position in the political world, will do well to read this masterly sketch of two pages of their history. Treated in
April 17, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MONDAY.

MONDAY.

The Opposition seats were, as before, much . more crowded than those on the Ministerial side, and the first interesting point was a statement of Mr. Disraeli that Government, in refe renee to the Cagliari question, had determined to submit a case to the law advisers of the Crown
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE DERBY ADMINISTRATION.

THE DERBY ADMINISTRATION.

NEVER, perhaps, had the Tory party so fine an opportunity of obtaining honest popularity as when the present Ministry came into Power. Lord Palmerston had, in fact, been turned out of office on a Conservative principle. People cry out for Reform at home, but they do not require
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NATURAL HISTORY IN CHINA.

NATURAL HISTORY IN CHINA.

In a paper read by Mr. Swinhoe to the "Literary and Scientific Society of Amoy," in China, and published in The China Afail, of December 17, on the Fauna of Amoy, we find the following interesting account of the Pangolin. . "The only representative we possess of the order Edenta
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
"I am, &c, . "MALMESBURY."

"I am, &c, . "MALMESBURY."

" No. 3.
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England