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STAMPED.

STAMPED.

, . Solicitor is only too delighted to find an opportunity of describing . it is di . scovered, let us repeat, that even these enormities are coirOding the very heart of the Lion himself ; but heistill n Roman beast, neither very much 'surprised nor very iinch . .agitated. The ,
December 17, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
NAPLES.

NAPLES.

A letter from Naples, of the 4th ecember, states that new have arisen between the Neapolitan Government and M. de Mau l ass, the French Minister. Under pretence of the appearance of the cholera at Paris, all persons coming from France are subjected to a vigorous quarantine, whic
December 17, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
BURGLARY.

BURGLARY.

George Parker, John Saunders, and Charles Marshall were placed at the bar before Sir R. W. Carden, at Guildhall, charged with having committed a burglary on the premises of Mr. Matthews, a silversmith of Leighton Buzzard, and with having stolen thence a great quantity of propert
December 17, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
LATEST FR.ON THE GOLD FIELDS.

LATEST FR.ON THE GOLD FIELDS.

THE Melbourne Argue, of the 2nd Sept., summarising the position of Victoria colony, states that the Goulburn diggings, from which flattering accounts were received, have not fulfilled the expectations at first formed, though recent information gives a more favourable view of the
December 17, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

TATTERSALL , S.—M os c A y. Subscribers mustered numerously but beyond paying and receiving on the Wolverhampton events, very little business NVII3 transacted, US the subjoined brief list of quotations will show:— GREAT NORTIIECN lIANDICAP, 1000 to 20 agst Mr. W. Smith's Little
December 17, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
I THE HOSPITAL OF ST. CROSS.

I THE HOSPITAL OF ST. CROSS.

IT is a Sign of the Times as significant, perhaps, as any, that while instances of the olden generosity which caused cathedrals to be built, established colleges, and founded splendid charities, rarely or never occur, examples of the plunder of such institutions are almost as nu
December 17, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH CHIEFS: Now publishing, in Penny Numbers, or handsomely bound in cloth, gilt, price Ps. 6d., SSCOTTISII CHIEFS. By Miss

SCOTTISH CHIEFS: Now publishing, in Penny Numbers, or handsomely bound in cloth, gilt, price Ps. 6d., SSCOTTISII CHIEFS. By Miss

J. P ORTER . Beautifully illustrated with Numerous Wood Engravings, and n Steel Frontispiece. " We are bound to acknowledge that the 'Scottish Chiefs' exhibits great public power, great buoyancy and of youthful talent, and that it is totally from atrectation."—See " Englishwoman
December 17, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

Nothing of political importance has occurred at Berlin. The Prussian Court removed from Potsdam to Charlottenburg last Saturday, and will. remain at the latter residence until the middle of January, when their Majesties will take up their abode in Berlin for the season. The Wint
December 24, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
THE CRYSTAL PALACE AT SYDENHAM. EGYPTIAN COURT

THE CRYSTAL PALACE AT SYDENHAM. EGYPTIAN COURT

IN turning to the interior of the CRYSTAL PALACE, it may be well just to remind our readers of the general arrangement of the building in its former position, before describing it in its present form. It consisted ihen of the great nave, with its fiat roof extending the entire l
December 24, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England
 
REFORMATION OF JUVENILE CRIMINALS

REFORMATION OF JUVENILE CRIMINALS

AT the public meeting held on Tuesday evening at Birmingham, Lord' Shaftesbury, in • the course of his speech, said, "He remembered once having had the honour—and an honour , it really was—of presiding at a meeting which was composed , of about 360 of most depraved and profligat
December 24, 1853 - Illustrated Times 1853 - London, London, England