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for the use of the Constitutionalists ; and, though it was not a ready-money transaction, there was aperfect under on both aides that sooner or later the stores were to be paid for. A when the account was made up, it appeared that Spain was indebted to England in the lawful sum
03 January 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
12 THE HO men of the 34th followed the militiamen up to their rooms in the top story of the

12 THE HO men of the 34th followed the militiamen up to their rooms in the top story of the

barrack, and there resumed the battle of the dinners, until from words the disputants came to blows, and at length the soldiers of the 24th actually crossed to their lodgings in the building opposite, loaded their rifles with ball, cartridge, and in this precious cause poured a
03 January 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
gbpnit of tie Mournals. THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE.

gbpnit of tie Mournals. THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE.

TIM Its. A " MADRAS CIVILIAN," * who p rotests in our columns against a reduction of salaries in the service to which he belongs, has rather a difficult part to sustain. lie represents a profession supposed to be more highly remunerated than any other in the world, and he writes
03 January 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
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Madras Sth Cavalry. 2nd „ Artillery. TO RETURN TO DUTY. Major R. Warburton ... ... ... Bengal Artillery. Lieut. W. Macdonald ... ... ... „ 25th N. I. Lieut. C. F. Middleton ... ... ... „ 4th „ Lieut. M. N. Fitzgerald ... ... ... „ Artillery. Assist.-Surgeon B. Simpson ... ... „ L
03 January 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
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WILSON—LIN LOCH—Das IS. at Wandsworth. Captain Thomas Wilson. E.Y.I. at. to Isabella, younger daughter of the late Charles Cala*. of

WILSON—LIN LOCH—Das IS. at Wandsworth. Captain Thomas Wilson. E.Y.I. at. to Isabella, younger daughter of the late Charles Cala*. of

Gourds e. Porthakira. Captain in H.Y. Sind Light Infantry. WILSON—SALMON—Dee. at Elgin, booth nd, George Wiled% Esq.. legal Woninou t - shire Light Infantry, to liana Yulgras.. youngest daughter of the Hon. John Salm. e. Pi of the Legislative of Jamaica. DEATHS. ALL ATT—Des. U.
03 January 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
JANUARY 3, 1860] THE 'HOME NEWS. OARRIAGES.—Messrs.. W. and F. THORN, of 19, GENAT PONTLV4D-STILIET, LONDON, W., Retest-areas (lase 10,30n5-street,

JANUARY 3, 1860] THE 'HOME NEWS. OARRIAGES.—Messrs.. W. and F. THORN, of 19, GENAT PONTLV4D-STILIET, LONDON, W., Retest-areas (lase 10,30n5-street,

Established •.u. 1824), BUILD CARRIAGES of every description to order on the shorteet notice. well seasoned Stock of Carriages of all kinds and made in the Newest Style is kept in a forward state. Every article used in their manufacture is of the best kind ; especial care is tak
03 January 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESSES AND APPARATUS. MURRAY AND HEATH'S PAMPP7•FT ON NEW PROCESSES AND APPARATUS Is just published, and can be obtained

PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESSES AND APPARATUS. MURRAY AND HEATH'S PAMPP7•FT ON NEW PROCESSES AND APPARATUS Is just published, and can be obtained

upon application. A TTENTION is invited to the two following extracts ; the first relates to the Apparatus furnished to Lord ELGIN; the second is from Mr. Elms I have not before had the opportunity of telling you how excellent in every respect I have found your Apparatus. The Ca
03 January 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
ENGLAND, AUSTRIA, AND PRUSSIA.

ENGLAND, AUSTRIA, AND PRUSSIA.

Le Nord' published a few days ago, in prominent type, an announcement relating to an arrangement under three heads between England, Austria, and Prussia. The three points were, it stated, as follows. The three Powers engage themselves-1. To oppose any military intervention of Fr
18 September 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
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18 September 1860 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England