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EMIGRATION FROM NORWAY.

EMIGRATION FROM NORWAY.

The love of change, and the desire of emigration on the part of the northern nations, is probably attributable to their adventurous propensities as a people. The Norwegians have spread far and wide. They have established themselves in North America, and Norwegian newspapers are
March 24, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS AND THE MONEY MARKET.

THE FUNDS AND THE MONEY MARKET.

Since the fourth of the montlf there has been a gradual decrease in the demands for money, and at the Fame time a much more liberal supply. The banks and banrs are now very full of money," and the rates are rather easier. The rate of inlerest allowed for deposits ' placed on cal
March 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
THE BLACK SEA BLOCKADE.

THE BLACK SEA BLOCKADE.

After nearly a year's actual, if not active war, and nearly five months since we sat down to the siege of Sebastopol, the English and French Admirals have together agreed upon, and " immediately " notified, the blockade of the principal Russian ports of the Black Sea, and the ne
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
FUNDS.

FUNDS.

Mexican 3 p. Ct. Peruvian Do. 3p. Ct. Portuguese 5 p. Ct, Do. 4_p. Ct. Russian sp. Ct. . Do. 44 p. Ct. . . Sardinian sp. Ct. . . Spanish 3 P. Ct. . Do. New Deferred Do. Passive . Turkish 6p. Ct. . Swedish 4p. Ct. . Venezuela 3i p. Ct. IR PUBLIC COMPANIES. 20 to 21 94 -- 96 61 --
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
lying objects peep through, the changing character of country in the whole surface, are so many differences, which relieve the

lying objects peep through, the changing character of country in the whole surface, are so many differences, which relieve the

monotony of subject, and keep the pencil alive. The present picture has also a glow of reddish light upon the snow which the graver can not follow • but we trust that the many traits of nature, and of accidental form, which give Branwhite's scenes such reality in their repose, h
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
Si ii( iece of ca nd t,li •01, lei lig round Printed by JosEru CLAYTON, the Printing Office of JosErg

Si ii( iece of ca nd t,li •01, lei lig round Printed by JosEru CLAYTON, the Printing Office of JosErg

CLAYToN, Sen., 10, Crane Court, Fleet Street; and Published by the aforesaid JOSVPII CLAYTON, Jun., at the Offices of Pen an 10, Crane Court, Fleet Street, 265, Strand, and 223, Piccadilly. , ~ 1 4 tiliti ' _-•,-.:2_-' --'''-‘' --,-,--.„ _ „,,e, I 4 1 , . 4 1 r',.39 , ' oil , i,
February 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
•P' TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES.

•P' TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES.

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. We give, in the order they have appeared, the Telegraphic Despatches of the last few days. They comprise all the important news and rumours of the week, not found under the headings of War or European News. CONSTANTINOPLE, MARCH I.—The shock of an earthqua
March 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

The Baltic fleet at Spithead makes daily progress. The Euryalus screw ship arrived on March 3, and the Nile, 91, screw, on March 4. The Arabia, paddle transport, arrived at Spithead from the Black Sea on March 3, with 204 sick and wounded men, who have been landed at Portsmouth.
March 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
ARMY REFORM.

ARMY REFORM.

THE cry for reformation in our military system is echoed throughout the United Kingdom. Few of our readers may be aware that the manifold objectionable points calling loudly for redress have again and again, during years past, been openly promulgated. Gross injustice and favouri
March 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
on the hill sides and in the ravines—the blanched mountains or the rotten roads in which the blackened snow still

on the hill sides and in the ravines—the blanched mountains or the rotten roads in which the blackened snow still

lies in masses. The thermometer is now up to 52°, and the birds are singing around us, cheering our hearts and giving us intimations of the approach of spring. We are, however, warned by the natives not to be misled by this calm and warm sunshine, as the month of March is, in th
March 3, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England