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LORD JOHN AS FOREIGN MINISTER.

LORD JOHN AS FOREIGN MINISTER.

(From gie Times.) Amid the thousand and one itimours that have been chasing one another since it fell to Lord' Palmerston to reconstruct the Whip CGobinet one thing alone, as far as we know, is definitively settled. Lord John Russell has accepted the Foreign Office. This places
June 15, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

?? f6rtip &tdlipw. INDIA. BRIGADIER INGLIS'S NARRATIVE OF THE DEFENCE OF LUCK-NOW. 'Tue narrative of the defence of Lucknow has been published at Calcutta by order of the Governor-General of India. In a general order, bearing date December 8th, the Governor-General says of it: "T
January 14, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Th&e--rrangements for the transmission of troop from Calcutta to the North-West are improving. The daily rate now sent is 300 men, and this may be increased. Tihe Elgin Courier states, on the authority of a private letter, that a young officer belonging to Elgin, and a son of Mr
January 14, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Police Court.

Birmingham Police Court.

?? Ifflice liart. YESTERDAY, Before T. C. KlRyseerslcy, T. Phillips, aul H. Vanu lart, lsqrs. OBSCENE L ANJUAOE IN THE STREETS.-It is gratifying to pet ceive that the police are actively endeavonring to suppress th increasing vile practice of prostitutese, in loudly using obscen
January 20, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISSELLA1NEOUS NEWS. As the great want of Sir Cohn hitherto has been carriage, great efforts have been made to assist him with camels, elephants, and carts, from Agra, Meerat, and Delhi. On the 7th, a convoy left Delhi, accompanied by the 7ths Punjaub Infantry, Blunt's troop of H
January 20, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
INDIA—ITS HISTORY, PEOPLES, AND INSTITUTIONS.

INDIA—ITS HISTORY, PEOPLES, AND INSTITUTIONS.

INDIA-ITS HISTORY, PEOPLES, AND INSTITUTIONS. Last night W. THEOBALD, Esq., late of Calcutta, and now residing in London, delivered his second lecture on the above subject, at the Theatre of the Midland Institute. There was but a thin attendance, which was the more to be regrette
February 9, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham County Court.

Birmingham County Court.

Di. irmiligh'alil goulity it, Dart. YESTERDAY. BEFORE L. TRAFFORD, ESQ. DAMAGES FOR SUPPLYING A FAUITY OMNIBUS TO HIRE.- Ward v. Marston.-In this case plaintiff, who retained Mr. Powell, is a licensed victualler and car proprietor, in Moor Street, and defendant, for whom Mr. Hawk
February 9, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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February 16, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LATE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH.

THE LATE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH.

THE LATE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCR. The examination of Simon Bernard, at the Bow Street Police Court, was continued on Tuesday afternoon, before Mr. Jardine. Joseph de Giorgi sworn.-I formerly lived at Brussels, and have since kept the Cafe Suisse in London
March 4, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

ITMIM a , ' Doat . THURSDAY, MARCH 4,1858. NEWS OF THE DAY. The first election of Lord DERBY's Ministers took place yesterday, when our worthy neighbour, the new FIRST LORD of the ADMiIRALrY, was returned for Droitwich. Sir JOHN P.UCINGTO.Nspoke an hour and a half-why he didn't s
March 4, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England