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INDIA.

INDIA.

The steamer Calcutta arrived on the 11th inst. from Alexandria, which she left on the sth. The intelligence Is front Bombay, Dec. 17; Calcutta, Dec. 9. The Sontal insurrection has been suppressed, and the whole of the ringleaders are now in our hands. No disturbance of any descr
January 15, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH BUTTER MARKET. JANUARY 14. Notwithstanding the renewed cold weather, our trade is by no means active. Dorset, fine 108

ENGLISH BUTTER MARKET. JANUARY 14. Notwithstanding the renewed cold weather, our trade is by no means active. Dorset, fine 108

s. to 112 s. per cwt. Do., middling .. • . 100 s. to 102 s. Fresh, per dozen lbs. .. lls. to 17s.
January 15, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England
 
THE WAR COUNCIL.

THE WAR COUNCIL.

It is now determined, that the War Council shall open on the 15th. Yesterday, the Duke of CAMBRIDGE, General AIREY, and Sir EDMUND LYONS proceeded to Paris. The public will promptly inquire, Is this to be the sum-total of the British contribution on this highly-important occasio
January 10, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England
 
ATTACK ON RUSSIAN OUTPOSTS.

ATTACK ON RUSSIAN OUTPOSTS.

The Moniteur announces that the Minister of War has just received the following note from Marshal Pelissier "Grand Head-quarters, Dec. 28. " Monsieur le Marechal,—l have the honour to transmit an account of a fresh coup de main, executed by the volunteers of D'Automarre's Divisi
January 10, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England
 
kititatinitg, c. W .AlsTs NURSEMAID TE in a pious DbyaYounNG family. a st S e itzt h i a ol

kititatinitg, c. W .AlsTs NURSEMAID TE in a pious DbyaYounNG family. a st S e itzt h i a ol

v l e a six years' character from a minister's wife. Address, B. S., 19, Surrey square, Old Kent-road.
January 10, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England
 
ATTHEW H. C OX, GROCER, BOURNEMOUTH, HAMPSHIRE (Watering Place). wants immediately a respectable Young Man. about 25 years of ace,

ATTHEW H. C OX, GROCER, BOURNEMOUTH, HAMPSHIRE (Watering Place). wants immediately a respectable Young Man. about 25 years of ace,

to Assist in the above business. One who has been accustomed to a Family Trade would have the preference. He would likewise be required to give part of his time to Book-keeping. A Dissenter preferred. Apply as above. TO PARENTS and GUARDIA NS. — Mesars. KENN ARD and CO., DRAPERS
January 10, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England
 
'tint *AI

'tint *AI

It N riniviiireil in that INia'rhal Pelfssie . i. 18 C'onunander-in-Chiel" of the Allied.a'rnarea. SI IVoas is, at the same .tune u Ahe ehl . ol of the naval foreok of both nation's in the East. 1, 1 17 ( § Caradee brink's back General La Niarnicira ancl Tine torniei• 'set off f
January 3, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England
 
IVIILL-HILL SCHOOL, HENDON, MIDDLESEX. COMMITTEE. THOS. M. COOMBS. Treasurer. WILLIAM ALERS HA.NKEY, E —B g' , }- Hon. Members. THOS.

IVIILL-HILL SCHOOL, HENDON, MIDDLESEX. COMMITTEE. THOS. M. COOMBS. Treasurer. WILLIAM ALERS HA.NKEY, E —B g' , }- Hon. Members. THOS.

PIPER, Esq., Rev. Thos. Binney. James Carter. Esq. „ George Clayton. John Dixon, Esq. „ John Harris, D.D. Henry Hall, Esq. „ J. C. Harrison. William Hunter, Esq., Aid. „ R. Redpath, A.M. Thos. Piper, jun., Esq. „ Joshua Russell. William Smith, Esq., LL.D. „ Philip Smith, B.A. He
January 3, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England
 
ARTISA NS should BUY their WATCHES of SAM GEL S. BENSON, WATCH MANUFACTURER, 16 and 63, CORNHILL, LONDON. The ARTISAN'S

ARTISA NS should BUY their WATCHES of SAM GEL S. BENSON, WATCH MANUFACTURER, 16 and 63, CORNHILL, LONDON. The ARTISAN'S

WATCH, a good sound English Lever Watch, Silver Cases, with all the.latest improvements, jewelled, Sic., price Four Guineas, sent to any part of the United Kingdom, on receipt of Post-office or Banker's Order, payable in London, addressed as above. Warranty for two years.
January 3, 1856 - British Banner 1848 - London, London, England