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April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
destroyed. Further disturbances are expected on Sunday next. The police have taken precautionary measures. The affair has no political importance."

destroyed. Further disturbances are expected on Sunday next. The police have taken precautionary measures. The affair has no political importance."

The Wallachian Parliament was opened on the 12th of March by Prince Alexander Couza, who told the deputies that the work of the union of the two Provinces might now be looked upon as completed in a diplomatical sense; and that therefore, they might wholly give themselves up to t
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE.

POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE.

Parliament rose on the 3rd of April, for the Easter holidays, leaving the Budget partially incomplete, and the Reform Bill undebated to any great extent, if we take into consideration the Conservative announcement that fiveand-twenty gentlemen on that side of .the House desire t
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
THE REFORM BILL.

THE REFORM BILL.

In reply to Mr. Bright, who suggt;ste(iihat it a— w — ol'ild be desirable to dispose of the questions involved in the Budget before proceeding further with the Reform Bill, so that the House might be enabled to go on continuously with that measure, Lord John Russell said that wa
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

The Norwich election has terminated in the return of the two Liberal candidates, Mr. Warner and Sir William Russell. The numbers were—Warner, 2083; Russell, 2045 : Forlonge, 1636 ; Lewis, 1631.. The seat for Londonderry, vacated by the death of Sir R. Ferguson, has been won by M
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
WILSON'S LEGAL HANDY BOOKS. By JAMES WALTER SMITH, Esq., LL.D., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Price One Shilling each, or

WILSON'S LEGAL HANDY BOOKS. By JAMES WALTER SMITH, Esq., LL.D., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Price One Shilling each, or

free by post on receipt of thirteen stamps. HANDY BOOK on the LAW of BILLS, 11 CHEQUES, NOTES, and I 0 U'S. Nineteenth Thousand. U ANDY BOOK on the LAW of PARTILI NERSHIP. Dedicated by special permission to the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor. Sixth Thousand. "T ANDY BOOK of the
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENGLISH MAIL.

SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENGLISH MAIL.

inferior burry parcel or two) which will compensate the growers, for any additional expense they may have incurred in forwarding them rid Melbourne. The combing wools of this Colony have especially realized high rates. "As favourable as the arrival of so much of the new clip has
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
. . 42,557 bales.

. . 42,557 bales.

Total Of this quantity 2000 bales of the Port Philip are to be sold at Liverpool on the 18th inst., but further considerable arrivals from the several colonies are expected before the 3rd of May. In wool, transactions by private contract have been very limited during the last mo
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
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April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England