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ADMIRALTY, Dec. 14.

ADMIRALTY, Dec. 14.

Royal Marine Light Infantry.—First Lieut. and Ackjt. J. W. V. Arbuckle to be Capt., dated 9th inst., Tice Clendon, to half-pay; First Lieut. J. Straghan to be Adjt., Tice Arbuckle; Second Lieut. C. A. L. Moore to be First Lieut., dated 9th inst., vice Arbuckle. The undermentione
December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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then struck me a violent blow in the mouth. He appeared to watch his opportunity, and when I was unprepared he struck me. He kicked me on the top of the knee, and as he ,did it I caught hold of his foot and tried to throw him, but I was unable to do so. Whilst, however, I held h
December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GERMANY. AUSTRIA.

GERMANY. AUSTRIA.

In the Lower House of the lleichsrath, on Monday, it was determined to continue the increased taxation until the end of March, 1865. In acccordance with the decision of the committee Herr von Ragawski was declared to have forfeited his seat in the Chamber. A_ petition of General
December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DEC. 18, 1864.

DEC. 18, 1864.

December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
that I brought more garlic and water, and put it into the soaptray in the room where he received his

that I brought more garlic and water, and put it into the soaptray in the room where he received his

patients, in order that he might feel some discomfort in that room—the room in which I was violated. What was your next act of vengeance ?—I reviewed the " First Temptation," translated by Lady Wilde. Is it true that you have great respect for religious truth, and the doctrines
December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WAVERLEY NOVELS.

THE WAVERLEY NOVELS.

Illustrated. Reissue of the 48th volume. Edition printed on Toned Paper and bound, Roxburghe. Vol. 1. Rs. 3-2. MURRAY'S STUDENTS HANDBOOKS. Specimens of English' Literature. Post Bvo. Rs. 5-4.
December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
me letters after that. I saw him some days after the receipt of his letter at his own house. I

me letters after that. I saw him some days after the receipt of his letter at his own house. I

called within a fortnight afterwards. The transaction in the study took place, I think, on a Friday. On my first visit to him after the occurrence I remained a few moments. [A number of letters subsequent to this transaction were then given in and proved.] Mr. Butt (to witness)'
December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Citritat, THE COLENSO APPEAL.

Citritat, THE COLENSO APPEAL.

The appeal by Bishop Colenso against the Sentence of deprivation pro flounced upon him by the Bishop of Cape Town, came on for hearing - the Judicial Committee of Privy Council on Wednesday. The Judges w r e the Lord Chancellor, Sir Stephen Lushington, the Master of the Rolls, e
December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PASSAGES ENGAGED.

PASSAGES ENGAGED.

DECEMBER 20. Southampton to Calcutta—Mr. B. Kavanagh, Mr. Innes, Capt. Paske, Mrs. Cosserat, Major H. Wehnan, Mr. S. W. Macdonald, Mr. and Mrs. Wickes, Mr. J. Cargill, 'Mr. and Mrs Logg, Mr. and Mrs. Folksrd, Mrs. Cooke, Mr. C. Fairweather, Miss Smith, Mr. T. Wilson, Mr. A. Wils
December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ARRIVALS.

ARRIVALS.

December 19, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England