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No. 417.

No. 417.

—VoL. IX. LONDON, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1861. guishing features of his character, —that it shows us what he is and what he is capable of becoming. He is a man eminently impressible by every variety of idea in succession, but they exercise their influence over him, not collectively
April 27, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
We observe the name of the Hon. JOSEPH HOWE prominent as "unionist" at this juncture. We have before alluded to

We observe the name of the Hon. JOSEPH HOWE prominent as "unionist" at this juncture. We have before alluded to

him in these columns. He is described as a " Liberal " and a "man of progress" by the " Liberal " press. Doubtless he is so, in the true sense of those words; but if ever we met with a thorough Conservative, he is one.. He has 'more' than once come over to this country to protes
April 27, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
TEA VERSUS PAPER.

TEA VERSUS PAPER.

NOBODY will deny to Mr. GLADSTONE the merit of being the greatest indirect promoter of inebriation in England. His favourite rhetorical theme is wine,—the advantages of drinking it, and the "unknown quantities" thereof which it is desirable should habitually be consumed. His fav
April 20, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
HUNGARY.

HUNGARY.

PESTH, April 19.—The Chamber of Deputies ' having been definitively constituted, held its first sitting to-day. M. Ghyczy, the President, in his opening speech, laid stress on the equality of the rights of all citizens and nationalities of Hungary, and urged the necessity for ma
April 20, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
NINA

NINA

building materials, commerce, dignities and offices, trades and occupations, are similarly prolific. Law, its customs and departments, offer to Mr. BOwditch a fine field for 'his facetious vein, which is excusable when he meets Nv . itl . l Latorney, kr i .,aue, Jury, Catcbpole S
April 20, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
ALBEMARLE STREET, April, 1861. MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS.

ALBEMARLE STREET, April, 1861. MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS.

April 20, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
This day, Bvo, price 16s, the Fourth Volume, completing the Work, of THE SPANISH CONQUEST IN AMERICA; and its Relation

This day, Bvo, price 16s, the Fourth Volume, completing the Work, of THE SPANISH CONQUEST IN AMERICA; and its Relation

to the History of Slavery and to the Government of Colonies. By ARTHUR HELPS. Vols. I. and IL, 28s; Vol. 111., 16s. London: PARKER, Sox, and BOURN, West Strand.
April 20, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
roTt Vrtss. OMENS OF WAR.

roTt Vrtss. OMENS OF WAR.

WE regret to announce that our private information more than justifies the serious apprehensions which are at present current on the leading Exchanges of Europe. The crisis, which has been steadily maturing during the last year, now touches its dénouement, and the omens for peac
April 6, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
THE lONIAN QUESTION.

THE lONIAN QUESTION.

WE are happy to - express our concurrence in the policy which, so far as may be inferred from the debate on Tuesday, the Government propose to adopt on the lonian question. The general tone of that debate was worthy of the generous and loyal Parliament of England. Ample justice
May 11, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
MINISTERS AND THE CONDUCT OF PUBLIC BUSINESS.

MINISTERS AND THE CONDUCT OF PUBLIC BUSINESS.

OUR Ministerial friends are angry. They feel in the condition of the man who complained that it was a very bad thing to be poor, but a still worse thing to appear so. They think it is a very sad thing to be weak, but a still sadder thing to show their weakness. Hence the irritat
May 11, 1861 - Press (London) - London, London, England