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FITTING OUT OF THE BALTIC FLEET.

FITTING OUT OF THE BALTIC FLEET.

unloaded to Captain Christie, but the answer was, that there were were injured. lie saw no officer on the quay engaged in keeping • Captain KEr,r,ocK, late commander of the Himalaya, was next no men to be had to unload them, The horses at the camp at that but outside the wharf h
March 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
OUR GOSSIP.

OUR GOSSIP.

The corridor of the House of Commons has been the rendezvous for any one craving for excitement; a great actor's farewell, a choice singer's debut, an election committee, a contested railway bill, never drew more earnest, patient, yet pushing crowds. than the Committee of the Cr
March 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
:(FEB. 10.

:(FEB. 10.

February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN LEGISLATION

METROPOLITAN LEGISLATION

Under the head of " ," WC shall, from time to time, direct the attention of our readers to such matters connected with our Local Institutions as may be of public importance. The great principles involved in what are termed local self-government and centralization will be freely
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
RIOTS AT THE DIGGINGS.

RIOTS AT THE DIGGINGS.

As an appendix to the article which appeared in our last number, respecting the disturbances at Ballarat, we give the following particulars:— About four o'clock on Sunday morning, Dec. 3, the military surrounded the camp formed by the armed diggers at Eureka, in which there were
March 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
Printed by Josten Ctarroll, Jun., at the Printing Office of JosEPE CLAYTON, Sen., 10, Crane Court, Fleet Street; and Published

Printed by Josten Ctarroll, Jun., at the Printing Office of JosEPE CLAYTON, Sen., 10, Crane Court, Fleet Street; and Published

by the aforesaid Jowl' CLAYTON, Jun., at the Offices of Pen and Pencil. 10, Crate Court, Fleet Street, 265, Strand, and 223, Piccadilly, SATCRDAY, MARCH 10, 1855.
March 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION BILLS.

EDUCATION BILLS.

Lord John Russell's bill "to promote education in England" has been printed. The substance of the measure is not stated on the introduction. There are 22 clauses in the bill, which is confined to England alone. The council of a borough may submit a scheme for promotion of educat
February 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
THE SILKY TAMARIN.

THE SILKY TAMARIN.

The latest novelty at the Zoological Gardens, Regent's Park, is the "Silky Tamarin," (the marikina of Cuvier) belonging to the Simla tribe. This little animal is of a clear golden yellow, palest on the back and thighs. The hair is very long and silky, and so long upon the head a
February 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
LIFE DEPARTMENT,

LIFE DEPARTMENT,

This Corporation has granted Assurances on Lives for a PERIOD EXCEEDING ONE HUNDRED AND YEARS, having issued its first Policy on the 7th of June, 1721. Two-thirds or 66 per cent. of the entire profits are given to the Assured. Policies may be oiened under either of the followini
February 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

The two important items from the United States are the correspondence of the United States' ambassadors and the petition against Judge Loring. The official correspondence respecting the Ostend Conference of American ambassadors in Europe has been published. It exhibits an affect
March 31, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England