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MOVEMENT OF TROOPS.

MOVEMENT OF TROOPS.

A German, who not long since returned from Alicante, in Spain, to Marseilles, has given the Frankfort Post Zeitung some interesting particulars relative to the transport of French troops from. Algeria to France : "On my arrival in Alicante," says the correspondent of the above-m
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
RUPTURES. ' ,By her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, THITE'S ,MOO-MAIN LEVER - TRUSS is -• allowed'by upwards of 200 Medical

RUPTURES. ' ,By her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, THITE'S ,MOO-MAIN LEVER - TRUSS is -• allowed'by upwards of 200 Medical

Gentlemen to be the most effective invention in the curative treatment of Hernia. The use of the steel Spring (so often hurtful in its effects) is here avoided, a sof., c bandage being worn rOund the body, while the requisite resistin power is supplied by the Moe-Main Pad and 'P
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
I.RFL AND.

I.RFL AND.

ARCHDEACON APENCR.OE'S VISIT TO GWEEDORE AND CLOUGHANEELY. On Saturday morning, the 9th instant, this venerable and eminently distinguished ecclesiastic, who has lately returned from Australia to Ireland, after an absence of some twenty-seven years, passed through Strabane and L
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL INDIA.

CENTRAL INDIA.

The rebels are scattered in three parties —one with Feroze Shah, not far from Bursad, on the Agra and Bombay road; another Nxith the Rao Sahib, in the Shahghtir district ; and the third with Tantia Topee, who is said to be at present in the Chumbul and Porone jungle. Mann Singh
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

The Austrian Gazette of the 13th says : "It depends on France alone to preserve peace in Europe—the whole world is now aware of that fact. If there be journals which continue to speak of the bellicose ardour of Austria, every one will know, even though belonging to the German pr
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
FRANCE. THE CONGRESS.

FRANCE. THE CONGRESS.

The Moniteur of Tuesday publishes the following article : "After having adhered to the proposition of the Court of Russia to refer the settlement of the Italian question to a Congress, the five Powers thought it advisable to come to an understanding upon the bases of the future
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
Kntptriai ikrliamtnt,

Kntptriai ikrliamtnt,

' HOUSE OF LORDS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14. The Lord CHANCELLOR took his seat on the woolsack at ! Eve - o'clock. . The Red Sea and India Telegraph Bill was read a third time and passed. The Savings Bank (Ireland) Bill was read • a third time, clause 1 being struck out. • The Superann
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
DIOCESE OF BEVERLEY.

DIOCESE OF BEVERLEY.

HUDDERSFIELD CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY. HUDDERSFIELD, April 21.—0 n Sunday even last before a large and respectable audience, Mr. Vincent McGrath delivered an exquisitely pathetic and affecting lecture, the subject of which was "Joseph and his Brethren ;" and such was the elo
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAT, APRIL 15. • The LORD CHANCELLOR took his seat• on the woolsack al five o'clock.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAT, APRIL 15. • The LORD CHANCELLOR took his seat• on the woolsack al five o'clock.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAT, APRIL 15. • The CHANCELLOR took his seat• on the woolsack al five o'clock. RED SEA AND INDIA TELEGRAPH COWANY. • On of day for the suspension of the standing orders for the purpose of advancing this measure a stage, _ Earl GRANVILLE said he hoped that the
April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England
 
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April 23, 1859 - Vindicator (London) - London, London, England