INVERNESS. On Thursday week (as stated ftliortly in our last), Mr Donald Campbell, Royal Rotel, Inverness, appeared before Sheriff Thomson for the usual Btatut , ry examination in bankruptcy. There weie present — John C. Mitcewan, merchant, Inverness, trustee ; Mr Hugh Bose, sol
TIIE FRENCH ATLANTIC CABLE. Bilis; June 24. Professor Th,onson reports that up till (9.30 PAL Greenwich time), the signals through the cable are perfect, that the electric tests ars .Mastectomy and that the Great Eastern is 'till 1441141 y. BREST, June 25th. Following telegram r
foreign 'St FRANCE. PARIS, June 24. The journals of today publish a telegram, dated this morning, from the camp at Chalons, in which it is stated that the Emperor reviewed the soldiers who went through the Italian campaign, and addressed them as follows :—" Siddiers,—l am rejoice
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The steamer, formerly Conf derate cruiser " Tallahassie," has been wrecked oft Yokohama. Twenty-two lives hest, including mast .r. A Dublin telegram in the (dote that the High Sheriff of Queen's County, Eicher : Wariturb.n, Esq., wan tired at and wounded this morning as he was o
The sitting was occupied with the advancement of few bills, and a financial statement by the Duke of Argyle as to the aff.sirs ot lndr., which was listened to with close attention. The House adjourned early.
The Iminirrial states that the sergeant and officers of the garrison of Madrid who were arrested at night, to the number of thirteen, and charged with complicity in a conspiracy, have been found in possession of appointments signed by Don Carlos. MADRID, July 17. The Regent has
and Montmartre, armed with iron railings. They were dispersed without the aid of the military, which, indeed, under the failing prestige of the Emperor, it would be most dangerous to bring into action, for French soldiers have never been known to hold out long in any contest wit
The House of Lords at its meeting this evening presented the same brilliant appearance the night before. The steps of the Throne and the bit were dewily crowded, and the galleries were well filled with lad'es. A of petitions were presented against the Irish Church Bill.
The Right Hon. the Earl of Moray arrived at Darnaway Castle from London on Friday last. On the same day, Sir Daniel Cooper and family arrived at Altyre House for the season. Mr Brodie of Lethen and H. Wood, Esq., arrived at Lethen House on Saturday. THE IRISH BILL—FREE PA RSONAO