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"The Situation" Calmly Reviewed. (From the Economist of April 7.)

"The Situation" Calmly Reviewed. (From the Economist of April 7.)

In our last week's impression we expressed a belief that the annexation of Savoy, the mode in which it had been effected, and the assurances and denials by which its consumption had been preceded, might—if the warning were duly interpreted and laid to heart—prove an indirect sou
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN MISCELLANY.

FOREIGN MISCELLANY.

Madlle, Victoiro Ballo was recently married at St. Petersburgh to Sir John Fiennes T. Crampton, Bart., K.C.8., Her Majesty's Minister at the Court of Russia. Sir John is now in his fifty-third year, having been born in 1807. From Lima we learn that Captain Lionel Lambert, of Her
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
"The report that Ortega had been executed is untrue."

"The report that Ortega had been executed is untrue."

SWITZERL A.ND. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GENEVA, April 15. A few days more, and the French will be masters of Savoy; and no one flatters himself that the Powers will go to war to take away the neutralized parts of it. People begin to feel almost ashamed of the martial prepar
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

The exodus of the Irish population is again a standard topic of wonderment,, especially as for a few past years we have been continually hearing through many sources of the growth of Irish prosperity, and of the improvement in the moral and social condition of the peasantry. The
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
[April 18, 1860.

[April 18, 1860.

On the evening of the 31st March, the London Scottish Volunteer Rifles mustered strong at Westminster, in consequence of intimation having been previously given that the oath of allegiance was to be administered by the corn mandingofficer, LieuL-Colonel Lord Elcho, M.P. The step
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
April 18,

April 18,

April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
ARRIVAL AT LIVERPOOL. March 23, Cuaariox OF THE SEAS, Outridge, from Melbourne. ARRIVAL OFF QUEENSTOWN. April 3, FALCON, from Geelong. DEPARTURES FROM GRAVESEND.

ARRIVAL AT LIVERPOOL. March 23, Cuaariox OF THE SEAS, Outridge, from Melbourne. ARRIVAL OFF QUEENSTOWN. April 3, FALCON, from Geelong. DEPARTURES FROM GRAVESEND.

March 19, HIMALAYA, Alexander, for Adelaide; March 21, Renass, Young, for Swan River; March 22, FINELLA, Murray, for Hobart Town, (and from Portland, April 4) ; March 22, Smith, for Geelong; March 22, Sussax, Fothergill, for Port Philip, (and from Plymouth, April 3) ; March 24,
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
VESSELS LOADING.

VESSELS LOADING.

The vessels now loading in the port of London for the Australian colonies are as follows : For Melbourne: The Bonaventure, Bunker 11111, Adelicia, Roxburgh Castle, Joseph Hall, Indemnity, Havana, Strathdon, Criterion, Wellesley, and Sea star, (the latter is also for Geelong). Fo
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
The English and French Navies. (From the Daily News of April 17.)

The English and French Navies. (From the Daily News of April 17.)

The Parliamentary Session of 1860, having sown its wild oats before Easter, came of age last night, and settled down to the stern business of life. The change is decidedly for the better ; and we trust there will be no relapse. A serious practical conversation among half a dozen
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England
 
FRANZ STEIGERWALD, BOHEMIAN GLASS MANUFACTURER, 1, CHATHAM PLACE, NEW BRIDGE STREET, E.G., LONDON, BEGS to acquaint Merchants and the Trade

FRANZ STEIGERWALD, BOHEMIAN GLASS MANUFACTURER, 1, CHATHAM PLACE, NEW BRIDGE STREET, E.G., LONDON, BEGS to acquaint Merchants and the Trade

generally that he has now the largest and best 7briety of ORNAMENTAL GLASS in the kingdom, Ship - sing orders promptly attended to, and supplied on the most liberal terms.
April 18, 1860 - English Mail - London, London, England