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THE onslaught of the Jesuits upon the constitution and tke liberties of Lucerne, and the successful maintenance of their dictatorship

THE onslaught of the Jesuits upon the constitution and tke liberties of Lucerne, and the successful maintenance of their dictatorship

in a canton which every three years is called to assume the executive power of the Federation, could not have been supposed to terminate the struggle between the retrograde and the liberal parties in Switzerland. The failure of the Corps Franes, in which the Liberals had enrolle
13 October 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
FRANC E.—Forgery.—-An important arrest, as regards the pv '^ c private interests of Europe, was made in Paris on the

FRANC E.—Forgery.—-An important arrest, as regards the pv '^ c private interests of Europe, was made in Paris on the

inst. The following is a detailed and correct accounto affair:—Ten year? ago the Prussian Government, has suffered very severely from the immense issue of false paper money, made application to the French authorities to ®id it in discovering the delinquents, and in the year 1841
22 September 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.-MAILS.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.-MAILS.

ABJt. DUC. DUX. AIL IW ** 6 Dublin 1 Flanders 0 Sydney, N.5.W... • 4 Waterford 0 2 France 0 Boston&Hilita, 3 Donaghadee 0 Lisbon Sept. 26 En*. Guernaer & 0 Mediterranean ... 0 Mex.kHa*n. OA 1 Hamburg 0 0 India (via Mar- I West India. Od. Holland..- seilles) 0 Brazil Sept* Graves
22 September 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
MUST NIGHTS of the SEASON. A TTYtr A ' shilling. T^AUXHALL. —The Proprietors bee leave to *<*£ "»"»"" S~tfVSS."CE The

MUST NIGHTS of the SEASON. A TTYtr A ' shilling. T^AUXHALL. —The Proprietors bee leave to *<*£ "»"»"" S~tfVSS."CE The

great tmdcontinued success of the entertainments, the nightly upon ,hem a s their mduCfd lhc Proprietors to extend *."sas£ 'siu season, open the establishment at a reduMdoria? S Wto^° f / oUo g the example of their predel cesbora. Within these few days, however, and since the la
22 September 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Thb Rectorship op Glasgow University.—The approaching election for thin post of honour is thus referred to inthe Glasgow Argus of Monday. " The liberals are, it is said, divided on the comparative claims Lord J. Russell and Mr. Macaulay. As for Lord Ashley, he has no chance and
09 September 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
WALES.

WALES.

Flax Growing.—The Agricultural Society for the districts of Lleyn and Eefyonydd held its annual meeting lost Wednesday. If not remarkable for that high breeding which aspires to large prices, the stock on the ground was nevertheless indicative of progress, and is so far creditab
09 September 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Law Intelligence.

Law Intelligence.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—Yesterday. Before Mr. Commissioner Ilolrovd. In rk J. Eden Spalding.—This day was appointed, upoq the insolvent's application, for his final order. The insolvent being the son of Lady Brougham, by former husband, had a prospective interest in the marriage set
09 September 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE.—Yesterday.

POLICE.—Yesterday.

MANSION-HOUSE.—A Gaol Breaker.—On Saturday last, a fellow named Dennis Shine, who had been sentenced to imprisonment tor the terra of eighteen months, for a most desperate assault, contrived to escape from Giltspurstreet Compter, after having undergone nine months of his sentenc
09 September 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW WOBK BY 807.. Now ready (to completed in Monthly Parts «Mb " Mat-in Chux* cwit," fcc.), 1 rioe Is.,

NEW WOBK BY 807.. Now ready (to completed in Monthly Parts «Mb " Mat-in Chux* cwit," fcc.), 1 rioe Is.,

the First Number ef WITH THK FIHM OF DOMBEY ±J AND SON, Wh»tlp<(ile, Retail, and for Exportation. CHARLES DI( KENS. With Illustrations by HABLOI K. BROWNE. I/in ion: Bradbury and Evan*. Whi'"friar*. MAl.Mli R'S POPULAR New Editions, corrected enlarged, price 10s. < aeh work, fcp
07 October 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Law of Resistance to Locomotion. —At the reccnt meeting of the British Association a paper was read on this subject

Law of Resistance to Locomotion. —At the reccnt meeting of the British Association a paper was read on this subject

by Mr. Scott Russell, which, to those who have not studied the subject, must be curiously interesting. It is a natural supposition, that the greater the velocity ot body in rapid motion (such as a railway train), the greater the proportionate atmospheric and tractic resistance h
06 October 1846 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England