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PANIC.

PANIC.

WARS and rumours of wars appear to be incessant. While enterprising merchants are driving fast to El Dorado, this NEMESIS of War alights at the Money Market, throws an icy charm around, and benumbs the energies of MAMMON'S votaries. Indeed monetary fluctuations of this kind begi
April 28, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
A MIS-STATEMENT.

A MIS-STATEMENT.

THE statement of a "Liberal" contemporary with regard to the Fellows of Colleges Declaration Bill, in its issue of the 25th, that the declaration of conformity to the Liturgy is repealed in the case of clergymen and schoolmasters, is too barefaced to be passed over in perfect si
April 28, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
FRANCU.

FRANCU.

PARIS, THURSDAY. WAR-CLOUDS decidedly cover the horizon. The proposition of Austria to disarm and the acceptance thereof by Prussia were but as a gleam of sunshine in a murky sky—clouds black and menacing have come back thick and fast. But pardon for this lady-novelist style of
April 28, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
Disttliarnas.

Disttliarnas.

The tunnelling of Mont Cenis is expected to be completed in 1871. A Manxman named Cain last week killed his wife and then committed suicide. The Imperial Public Library of St. Petersburg has set a good example in issuing a list of " Desiderata." Marie Taglioni, the celebrated da
April 28, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE AT NEWTON.

SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE AT NEWTON.

AT the annual meeting of the Newton and Torquay Conservative Association, held at Newton Abbot last week, Sir Stafford Northcote, Bart., in returning thanks for the toast of "The Conservative Members of the House of Commons," after some introductOrY remarks, said :—Any one who k
January 20, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
the House of Commons, and able to answer questions and conduct the debates on great questions if his subordinates were

the House of Commons, and able to answer questions and conduct the debates on great questions if his subordinates were

not present, and defend the undersecretaries when they got into any difficulties. But when we find the difficulties increased ten-fold, I venture to say it is impossible that Government can be carried on satisfactorily without those departments being more adequately represented
January 20, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTE PAPERS.

NOTE PAPERS.

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January 20, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
IRELAND AND THE NEWSPAPERS.

IRELAND AND THE NEWSPAPERS.

THE great evil of movements like Fenianism is that the mischief which they cause does not end with the political agitation which is their natural fruit. Just as some diseases affect the whole system, so this pest makes the whole head sick, the whole heart faint, if not in realit
May 12, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
Volititai ittelitgeitte. ELECTION NEWS.

Volititai ittelitgeitte. ELECTION NEWS.

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.—The election of knight to serve in Parliament for this division of the county, rendered vacant by the elevation of Lord Stanhope to the Earldom of Chesterfield, took place at Newark on Monday, when Mr. T. B. T. Hildyard was returned without opposition. HER
June 23, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

The Lord Chancellor took his seat on the woolsack at twenty minutes to eleven o'clock. The Princess Mary of Cambridge's Annuity Bill was read a third time and passed. The Finchley-road Estate Bill, Troyte's Estate Bill, South Staffordshire Railway Bill, and London and North-West
June 23, 1866 - Press (London) - London, London, England