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FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

(From the Messager des Chambrcs of Friday.) NOTE AND DECLARATION OF RUSSIA. Count Orlofti after having recounted in minute detail the circumstances showing that, through the whole course of the Belgian negotiations, he lias not failed to give the unequivocal proofs the King of t
April 2, 1832 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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December 25, 1848 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
rBE STATE Of THE CONTINENT. FRANCE. it moment when the government ia the f changing hands, it may not be

rBE STATE Of THE CONTINENT. FRANCE. it moment when the government ia the f changing hands, it may not be

inexpedient known sammariij the present situation Trcssury, what it was on the 20th of June, and ij, different phases it has undergone during that Fr. , .k, Kth Juno the Central contained in cash 9.380,000 the 50.000.000f. "Id the Bank of France, in Sara for bonds, was 15,811.00
December 25, 1848 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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December 25, 1848 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
our readers may be naturally perplexed to conceive how such officers those which are the bout of our Indian army

our readers may be naturally perplexed to conceive how such officers those which are the bout of our Indian army

could ever be fondd absent from their regiments in time of action, whatever indulgence they might reasonably require at periods of lees exigence. But the truth is, that they are absent, not their own affaire, bat the affairs of the state. They are detached from their original du
December 25, 1848 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

The past, being Christmas week, was, like its predecessor a dull one, except regards the retaJ There is, in fact, nothing to report m the of and the present state of the weather forbids any hope of speody amentoent More snow fell yesterday evening, and fdl inland communication i
January 4, 1854 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVENING MAIL. Sir,—The ingenious hut startling conclusions at which you lately arrived, when conunenting in no unfriendly spirit upon the Message of the United States’ President, have led me to inquire, in your own words, whether, if the Freesoilen insist on
January 4, 1854 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT FROM THE HIGHFIELD-HOUSE OBSERVATORY. Jan. 1, at 10 p.m. Jan. 2, at 9 a.m. Barometer (reduced) ... 20-297* inches. 29T39 inches. Thermometer 28’5 26 - 9° Wet bulb thermometer... 28 - 0° 26 - Direction of wind ... W.N.W. ... W.N.W. Force of wind O’l O’l Amou
January 4, 1854 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

(From the I’a Report.) The deaths in London registered in the week that ended last Saturday amounted to 1,656. Coroners’ cases, that have been accumulating for some time, and are now registered at the end of the quarter in unusual number, have partly contributed to produce the e
January 4, 1854 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
EVENING MAIL.

EVENING MAIL.

POSTSCRIPT., LONDON, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Jolt 15, 1818. PRICK OF STOCKS THIS DAY AT TWELVE O’CLOCK. per Ct Red. 78| 18 per Ct Consols, 7711 Do. for Aeet. 78179 Accounts bare been receired from Ceylon, which extend to late date as the 2d of March. Few particnlars of the progress
July 15, 1818 - Evening Mail - London, London, England