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THE WAR.

THE WAR.

JOURNAL OF THE SIEGE. - -- The tidings from the seat of war, received during the past week, though unmarked by any event of striking importance, are yet full of interest. We have embodied, and e „(rive in a connected form the scatt ere d occu rr ences d e t a iled by various cor
February 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

UNITED STATES.—By the mail which arrived on Monday, we learn that in the Senate a resolution has been adopted, authorizing the President to give notice for terminating reciprocity treaties of commerce and navigation, in cases where the times stipulated for their continuance have
February 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
POISONED ARROWS.

POISONED ARROWS.

At the meeting of the Medical Society of London, held on Monday evening, an interesting paper was read by Dr. Cogswell, on the " wourali poison," with which it is the custom of the Indians of Central America to impregnate their arrows. The lecturer endeavoured to show that the e
February 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
Total' .. . THE NAVVIES AT ME TRENCHES.

Total' .. . THE NAVVIES AT ME TRENCHES.

The public will learn with satisfaction that the main object of the Crimean Railway expedition is already completed, and that the munitions of war are now being conveyed direct from Balaklava to the trenches. It is needless to say how vast a remission of toil to the overtaxed st
March 31, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
MAZZINI'S LETTER.

MAZZINI'S LETTER.

From a noble and most timely letter by Mazzini, addressed to Mr. P. A. Taylor, the chairman of the Society of the Friends of Italy, we extract the following, regretting that our space will not allow us to give the letter entire. . . . The dualism, the antagonism I ought to say,
March 31, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
SOLE AORNTS LONDON. GENUINE COCOA. COCOA has been designated by Physicians of eminence as one of the richest productions of

SOLE AORNTS LONDON. GENUINE COCOA. COCOA has been designated by Physicians of eminence as one of the richest productions of

the vegetable kingdom, and when properly prepared, is justly celebrated for its peculiarly invaluable nutritive properties. . So keen, however, has been the avidity to render this article a lucrative manufacture, and so strenuous the competitive efforts thereby excited, that the
March 31, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
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February 24, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
THE ICE AT BILLINGSGATE.

THE ICE AT BILLINGSGATE.

In Southampton, the weather has been more severe than is remembered by even the "oldest inhabitant." A large quantity of fish, principally grey mullet, has been washed into the dock by the tide, and, in consequence of the severity of the weather, has become an easy prey. In the
February 24, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The whole of the Imperial Guards were reviewed on Tuesday by the Emperor. This is the second time since its formation that the entire corps, includir ' or Chasseurs, Voltigeurs, Grenadiers, Guides, and Cent-Gardes, has been inspected and harangued by his Majesty. The troops were
March 24, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE. TILE KING'S TEMPTATION.

LITERATURE. TILE KING'S TEMPTATION.

Know ye what deeds are doing' In the home of the ancient creed? Hearken! and pray, that from ghostly guile, From the poor man's curse, and the churchman's smile, God save our land at need. Thus spake the king in his council : "Our village priests lack bread. "The Word they scatt
March 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England