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FORT SEVERNAIA. )4 AGAZIN LS. FART CITADEL NEW BATTERY, RUSSIAN VIEW OF A BALTIC CAMPAIGN.—Russia po.sse;ses at this moment one

FORT SEVERNAIA. )4 AGAZIN LS. FART CITADEL NEW BATTERY, RUSSIAN VIEW OF A BALTIC CAMPAIGN.—Russia po.sse;ses at this moment one

army in Finland, another in the Baltic provinces, a third in Poland, and yet a fourth in St.:Petersburg and its neighbourhood. Surely these are obstacles not to be surmounted in a hurry, nor can any one dream of doing so. Cronstadt is not lilinburn. The success obtained by the f
January 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE WAR IN ASIA.

THE WAR IN ASIA.

The Invalide Russe publishes a proclamation by General Mouravieff, calling the entire population of Imeritia, Gouriel, and Mingrelia to wage a war of extermination against the (nemies of the Cross. It is this measure which is supposed to have induced Omar Paella to retreat. The
January 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
'Rufus an pthlit A.rintstnunts. IT A.YMARKET.

'Rufus an pthlit A.rintstnunts. IT A.YMARKET.

We repaired to the Haymarket on Saturday evening with an expectation of enjoyment which, if not entirely realised, was certa,itily by no nuans disappointed. The play was The Beaux' Stratagem ; but it was cut down to three acts—a mutilation, we t hi n k, much to be regretted. Som
January 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
[JANUARY 12, 1856.

[JANUARY 12, 1856.

CRYSTAL PALACE COMPANY. A MEETING of this company was held yesterday 'week, at the Bridge House Tavern, London Bridge, pursuant to adjournment from the 14th ult., when a meeting was held to receive the report of the committee appointed on the 9th August last, also to authorise t
January 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
ME WORKS AND WILES OF DIPLOMACY.

ME WORKS AND WILES OF DIPLOMACY.

WHILST all he diplomatic busy-bodies of Europe are amusing the public withrumours of negotiations and approaching congresses, GREENWICH AT DINICV.It ON CHNIbTMAR•D 4 - - - - ------'---::-____ - --,..-- ,' ' - ----„----..._ --•::-.-,..._ .. -,,,,...--------------------........_ •
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

THE official returns for the last quarter of the year 1855 exhibits a very gratifying inorease, as compared with the quarter which ended on the 31st of December 1854, of £321,475. We subjoin the various items:
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

The Sief Oul Moulk, Thir Pendj, Abbas Kouli-Khan, Ambassador Extraordinary of the Shah of Persia, had an audience of the Emperor on the 18th ult. The members of the Ambassador's suite were afterwards presented to his Majesty. Count Esterhazy arrived at St. Petersburg on the even
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE AND WAR DETAILS.

CORRESPONDENCE AND WAR DETAILS.

Ix Kadikoi there have lately started the "Hotel Balaclava," "Café , Restaurant des Colonies," and "English Store, J. R. Tomson, entrance at the back." A capital wooden two-story house, With long verandah, is also just completed. On the righthand side going towards Balaclava, in
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
MEAT MARKET.

MEAT MARKET.

FURTHER REDUCTION IN THE PRICES 01 FOOD.—On Tuesday morning a general reduction took place in the prices of every description .of provisions, with the exception of bread, winch continues to be sold at 91d. to 10d. per 41bs. in the western districts, although the same quality of
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
of Urbino, who used 'to say, "that a simple , gentleman, or a nobleman, who was no sovereign, could not

of Urbino, who used 'to say, "that a simple , gentleman, or a nobleman, who was no sovereign, could not

break his word without sullying his honour and reputation; but that sovereign princes could, for reasons of state, make treaties and break them, make alliances and leave them, lie, betray, and do all the like things, without prejudicing their honour." Is it to he wondered at tha
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England