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OCCASIONAL NOTES.

OCCASIONAL NOTES.

We are glad to see that the unlucky porter who was tried for causing the accident in the Blackheath tunnel has escaped. His alleged negligence consisted in not recollecting the exact position of a train at the proper moment. Mr. Justice SHEE very properly and pertinently remarke
April 13, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

WORKS PUBLISHED BY BRADBURY AND EVANS. THE ENGLISH CYCLOPiADIA: A NEW DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE. GEOGRAPHY. In Four Vols., cloth, 222.; or TwoVols., half morocco, ,2ios. BIOGRAPHY. In Six Vols., cloth, ;3: or Three Vols., half morocco, .j3 125. NATURAL HISTORY. In Four Vo
March 7, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
EPITOME OF OPINION IN THE MORNING JOURNALS.

EPITOME OF OPINION IN THE MORNING JOURNALS.

" REFORM DEMONSTRATIONS."-MR. BEALES'S MISTAKE. The Times, commenting upon the wonderful error into which Mr. Beales and his friends have fallen, remarks that the supposition that Mr. Walpole had actually acceded to the request of the Reform League, and had handed over Hyde Park
July 26, 1866 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NOTES.

FOREIGN NOTES.

THE DuCHIES AND THE GERMAN DIET.-The Prussian Government is taking steps for counteracting the effect in the Duchies of the late motion of the Middle States at Frankfort in favour of the pretensions of the Duke of Augusten- burg. Strict instructions have been given to Herr von Z
April 4, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SUMMARY OF THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

SUMMARY OF THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

The sudden death of Mr. Cobden seems to have been the general subject of comment yesterday, not only in the London daily journals and those of the large provincial towns, but also in the Paris papers. Nearly all of these con- tained eulogistic notices, and the Presse of last eve
April 4, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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SKETCHES FROM CAMBRIDGE.

SKETCHES FROM CAMBRIDGE.

I SKETCHES FROM CAMIBRIDGE. No. IV.-MATHEMATICS. A TRANSITION from physical to intellectual exercise may appear somewhat violent. If I do not mistake, however, there is a closer analogy than might at first sight be evident between the directions taken by our muscular and cerebral
April 3, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OCCASIONAL NOTES.

OCCASIONAL NOTES.

We were not mistaken in ascribing to the Government the will and the intention to take stringent measures for the prevention of the cattle disease. Availing themselves of a temporary Act passed in 185o, they have now invested official inspectors all over England with power to en
August 14, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMBERS.

THE OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMBERS.

THE OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMIlBERS. THE EMPEROR of the FRENCH has delivered his opening speech to the Chambers, and it must be confessed that after making allowance for differences of circumstances, and of time and place, it is as like a Queen's Speech as the most enthusi- asti
February 17, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENVCE. AM ER ICAN PROS PE CT S. To the EDITOR of the PALL MALL GAZETTE. SIR,-The last news from America leaves, I think, little doubt that the war will soon terminate, and terminate in a fashion which few Englishmen expected and fewer still desired. It is scarcely possi
April 19, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
BULLETIN OF FOREIGN POLITICS.

BULLETIN OF FOREIGN POLITICS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENCE.) I A. TnIERS'S speech on the budget has, like most of the speeches of that ,ccomplished orator, been a great success. It cannot be said that Al THIERS is popular in France; on the contrary, his opinions are shared by few; but the charm of his langua
June 6, 1865 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England