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THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO AND FROM MANILA AND THE PHILIPPINES. NOTICE to SHIPPERS and PASSENGERS by the OVERLAND ROUTE The

THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO AND FROM MANILA AND THE PHILIPPINES. NOTICE to SHIPPERS and PASSENGERS by the OVERLAND ROUTE The

CHINA STEAM and TAIWAN COAL COMPANY (Limited), in pur_ Nuance of an vgreement entered into with the Government of Manila, lava arranged to despatch the steamships " MONA "and "JAPAN," or other of flair first-class steamers, with the mails and passengers monthly between Singapore
December 17, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
REVUE ORIENTALE, Conducted by M. LEON DE ROSNY, Professor of Japanese in the Imperial School of Living Oriental Languages of

REVUE ORIENTALE, Conducted by M. LEON DE ROSNY, Professor of Japanese in the Imperial School of Living Oriental Languages of

Paris. TIEVOTED specially to Etbnograpby, Hie tory, Literature, and Commerce of Asia, Africa, and Oceans. The last issue (No. 67) contains, amongst other mat. ten,— THB INEXORABLE COURTESAN, a Hindoo Story translated by M. Garen de Taub Member of the Institute of France. COMMERC
December 17, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
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Olt bi-ttit IXPtf Summaq of Nom an 4fortigu PUBLISHED ON THE 10th, 17th, AND 26th OF EACH MONTH, FOR DESPATCH VIA MARSEILLES TO CHINA, JAPAN, PHILIPPINES COCHIN CHINA, SIAM, BORNEO, JAVA, STRAITS SETTLEMENTS, AND CEYLON. In connection with the "LONDON AND CHINA TELEGRAPH," pubbs
December 26, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

The heads of the plan for the new German Confederation have been published in Berlin. It is understood that the executive will be reserved to Prussia, that the subordinate armies will take an oath of military allegiance to her king, and that in time of war his powers will be nea
December 26, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
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December 26, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
THE CONGRESSIONAL OPPOSITION.

THE CONGRESSIONAL OPPOSITION.

I deem it a subject of profound regret that Congress has thus far failed to admit to seats lu)al Senators and Representatives from the other States, whose inhabitants, with those of Tennessee, had engaged in the rebellion. Ten States—more than one-fourth of the whole number—rema
December 26, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
NO CHANGE OF THE CONSTITUTION BY USURPATION.

NO CHANGE OF THE CONSTITUTION BY USURPATION.

But let there be no change by usurpation; for "it is the customary weapon by which free governments are destroyed." Washington spoke these words to his countrymen, when, followed by their love and gratitude, he voluntarily retired from the cares of public life. "To keep in thing
December 26, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
THE REPORT OF THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL._

THE REPORT OF THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL._

The report of the Postmaster-General presents a most satisfactory condition oi the postal service, and submits recommendations which deserve the consideration of Congress. The revenues of the department for the year ending June 30, 1866, were $14,386,986, and the expenditures $1
December 26, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
Zirtbo, AarriageO, anb IsDeatlV.

Zirtbo, AarriageO, anb IsDeatlV.

(Announcements for subscribers are made free of charge.) BIRTHS. ANTZONDS—On the 17th Dec., at 65, Eaton-square, the wife of li. Lindsay Anlroltus of a daughter. CIIIITWIND On the 16th Dec.. at St. Germain-en-Laye, near Paris, the Hon. Mrs. Henry Weylaud Chetwynd, of a son. Estr
December 26, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER MARKETS. ENORMOUS EXPORTS.

MANCHESTER MARKETS. ENORMOUS EXPORTS.

The export of Shirtings to Shanghai for the month ending 16th Nov. reached the enormous total of over 19 million yards, and the export for the month ending the 16th December reaches 11,430.999, according to the circular of Sam Mendel ; the total for the twelve months being 122,3
December 26, 1866 - London and China Express - London, London, England