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BLOWING UP THE CASHMERE GATE AT DELHI.

BLOWING UP THE CASHMERE GATE AT DELHI.

The following is an extract of a report, dated September 17th, from Colonel Baird Smith to Major General Wilson : "Par. 13. The gallantry with which the explosion party, under Lieutenants Home and Salkeld, performed the desperate duty of blowing up the Cashmere-gate, in broad da
November 28, 1857 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
GREAT NORTHERN PREFERENCE SHAREHOLDERS.

GREAT NORTHERN PREFERENCE SHAREHOLDERS.

The unanimous judgment delivered by the Lord Chancel- . lor and the Lords Justices in the highest Equity Court of the realm in favour of the claims of the Great Northern Preference Shareholders rests on principles so plain and irrefragable that the only matter of astonishment is
November 28, 1857 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
CONDITIONAL ORDERS.

CONDITIONAL ORDERS.

Bribosia, Mary (wife of Francis Bribosia), owner ; Mary Bribosia, by Philip Lawless, her next friend, pet. Sol., Philip Lawless, 50, Mountjoy-square East. Browne, George E., owner; Thomas Richards, pet. Sol., Edward Nugent, 36, Lower Gardiner-street. Doyle, James (the assignee o
November 28, 1857 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE. • MONDAY—Supplies last week were good, with the only of a falling-off in Oats. The supply of English Wheat " l i , morning from Essex and Kent was but modera t e; busi b :ess was steady, but slow, at last Monday's rates. For fine r ,'allrlples of old Foreign there
November 28, 1857 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
IRITISH F CLOSING PR'

IRITISH F CLOSING PR'

tfROM THE LONDON GAZEI"I:I4,
November 28, 1857 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
WITHOUT SPRINGS.

WITHOUT SPRINGS.

33, LUDGATE-HILL, and 110, REGENT-STREET, are the Dental Establishments of Messrs. GABRIEL, the old astablished DENTISTS, Patentees of the system for insuring perfect Articulation and Mastication without the impediments usually attendant upon the ordinary plans. In their IMPROVE
January 28, 1860 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SPECIAL SUNDAY EVENING SERVICES. ST. PAUL'S CATIIEDRAL.—Last Sunday night the fourth of the new series of special services in

THE SPECIAL SUNDAY EVENING SERVICES. ST. PAUL'S CATIIEDRAL.—Last Sunday night the fourth of the new series of special services in

the metropolitan cathedral took place tinder the dome. The vast area was densely crowded by an attentive congregation, of whom a large proportion appeared to be artizans. Full choral service was performed, and the preacher was the Rev. Charles J. Vaughan, D.D., Chaplain to the Q
January 28, 1860 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
CONSOLIDATED LIFE COMPANY. ASSURANCE 45, CIIEAPSIDE, LoNnox. Established in 1846. This Company embraces all the substantia improvements the S)rstem of

CONSOLIDATED LIFE COMPANY. ASSURANCE 45, CIIEAPSIDE, LoNnox. Established in 1846. This Company embraces all the substantia improvements the S)rstem of

Life Assurance, and undertakes every description of risk contingent on human life. Policies are issued free of Stamp Duty. Seventy-five per cent., or three-fourths of the profits, divided every five years amongst all the assurers on the participating scale. The following are Spe
January 16, 1858 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
SIR COLIN AGAIN TO THE RELIEF.

SIR COLIN AGAIN TO THE RELIEF.

SIR COLIN AGAIN TO RELIEF. It was the sound of the firing on this day which reached the ears of Sir Colin Campbell ; a messenger at the same time arrived with accounts of the critical state of Windham's party. Had the rebels at this time cut the bridge of boats, which affords the
January 16, 1858 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE RESIDENCY INVESTED.

THE RESIDENCY INVESTED.

The description of our position, and the state of our defences when the siege began, are so fully set forth in the accompanying memorandum,* furnished by the garrison engineer, that I shall content myself with bringing to the notice of his lordship in council the fact that when
January 16, 1858 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England