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CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

Summary of the Week NEWS OF THE WEEK-- Parliament . . . The Army Inquiry Tut WAR. . . . . Naval and Military Intelligence Affairs at St. Petersburg . . Manifesto of Aletander 11. . Austria Sardinian Army
March 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY.

Lord ALBEMARLE moved for returns connected with the mode employed in shipping horses for the cavalry to the East, his object being to persuade Lord Panmure to abandon the present and to introduce the Hull system.—Lord LECAN urged on the Government the absolute necessity of emplo
March 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
CONTENTS. OPENING ADDRESS . • • Summary of the Week . . NEWS OF TUE WEEK — The New Cabinet.

CONTENTS. OPENING ADDRESS . • • Summary of the Week . . NEWS OF TUE WEEK — The New Cabinet.

. . Parliament The War Military Intelligence . The Enfans Perdus . . Drouyn de Lhuys' Circular Vol. I.—No. I.]
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
AN ILLUSTRATED FAMILY NEWSPAPER.

AN ILLUSTRATED FAMILY NEWSPAPER.

The Black Sea Blockade . . . . Napier and Cardigan at the Mansion House . . . Metropolitan Legislation Sir De Lacy Evans . 2 I Lord Pahnerston . 2 Gazette 3 ' Money Market . . . 5 Births and Deaths . 6 POLITICAL COMMENTS. 6 I The Ministerial Crisis Page 2 . . . 10 The Policy of
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
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February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
NAPItR AND CARDIGAN.

NAPItR AND CARDIGAN.

Sir Charles Napier and Lord Catdigan made their first speeches concerning the war on Tuesdayi at the Mansion House, on occasion of the Lord Mayor 4 s; annual dinner. Each gave the story of his campaign. Sir CHARLES N.A.pma, whose health was the first drunk, began with marking th
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
LORD PALAIERSTON.

LORD PALAIERSTON.

Our new Premier, Lord Palmerston, the forlorn-hope of Britain, is, for the first time, head of an Administration, after nearly half-a-century of official service. He was born in 1784, of a father who showed his whig leanings by seconding the address under the Marquis of Rockingh
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENT.

PARLIAMENT.

On moving the second reading - Of the Criminal Justice Bill, the LORD CUANCELLOR made a, b r i e f ex pl ana ti on o f i ts purpose. It extends the jurisdiction of justices of the peace to small cases of larceny, and enables them to inflict a degree of punishment not exceeding o
March 3, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

The effects of the thaw were distinctly visible on Sunday. The glass, in the sun, ran up to 49 degrees. The ice which had the day before been 11-4- inches think was reduced to 6 inches on the Serpentine. Some 800 venturous skaters still presented themselves On Saturday - , anoth
March 3, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
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March 3, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England