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WE briefly refer to the Opening of Parliament on Thursday in another column, wherein also we give the QUEnN'S SPEECH. A large concourse of persons had assembled to obtain a sight of her Majesty as she proceeded to open the present eventful Session, and who greeted her and her il
February 2, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE FIAT OF BANKRUPTCY.

THE FIAT OF BANKRUPTCY.

In the Birmingham District Court of Bankruptcy on Monday morning, the appeal in the matter of the adjudication of a fiat of bankruptcy against William Palmer, the surgeon, of Mtgeley, came on for hearing before the Commissioner in his private room; it being usual, as it was stat
February 2, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
SHARES.

SHARES.

Railway Shares are only moderately firm. The business done shows the following quotations: Caledonian, 56/, 57i. Eastern Counties, 9,9 Great Northern, 941, 95i. Great Western, 571, 581. Lancashire and Yorkshire, 801, 81. London and Black wall, 61, 61. London and North-Western, 9
February 2, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
PICTURE TIMES. SWEDEN.

PICTURE TIMES. SWEDEN.

TREATY—DIPLOMATIC CIRCULAR.—The following is translation of the circular addressed by Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs to the representatives of Sweden at the different courts, sent to them with the text of the treaty concluded with the Western Powers. The circular bears tile
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
STJRELD." MESSAGE OF' THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT.

STJRELD." MESSAGE OF' THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT.

This document, like many of its predecessors, shows the vast difference between the play of diplomacy and a national act. President Pierce is evidently no more inclined to plunge the Union into war for any trifle than we are. We believe that, on the whole, notwithstanding the fr
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
(court Ears.

(court Ears.

PRESENT TO QUEER FROM THE EMPEROR OF THE —The French Ealperor sent over to the Queen a very pretty and very precious Christmas gift. It is in the form of a lady's album, arid the Aubstance of' it is an artistic Memorial of her Majesty's visit to Paris. 'The drawings are in water
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
RUSSIAN EMBRASURE IN THE GARDEN BATTERY, SEBASTOPOL.

RUSSIAN EMBRASURE IN THE GARDEN BATTERY, SEBASTOPOL.

tittns ? Never has a fleet been witnessed proportionate to' the 'one preparing in the ports of Great Britain, composed of 243 'vessels of war propelled by steam. France will not remain far behind; and a prodigious activity reigns in the ports of Brest and Cherbourg. Camps are li
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
CON TI NENTA L DAILY EXPRESS PARCELS AGENCY.—Samples of all kinds, books, papers, and articles for private use, are sent

CON TI NENTA L DAILY EXPRESS PARCELS AGENCY.—Samples of all kinds, books, papers, and articles for private use, are sent

daily to all parts of the Continent through this Agency, and are, by special arrangement with the s ;outh-Eastern Railway, the Mail Packets, Belgian State Railway, and Royal Prussian Post, assimilated with the Mails throughout. Rates, fixed and moderate, to be obtained at Chief
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
BRIGHT, THE MAN or PACE.

BRIGHT, THE MAN or PACE.

Mr. Bright has adopted a singular method of ; ingratiating himself with his constituents, and regaining a little of his lost popularity. In a speech delivered before the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, the other day, he gave his own version of the two questions at issue between
February 16, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY 16, 1856.]

FEBRUARY 16, 1856.]

Britain touching their relations in Central America ' • and we shall for the present restrict ourselves to the Am er i can v i ew o f th e q ue s tion, as a bly se t forth by Mr. Squier in his Notes on Central A Therica, recently published. Mr. Squier, being an American, believe
February 16, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England