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Politicians talk now of a vastly increased military and naval force. The former is necessary from the reduction of the

Politicians talk now of a vastly increased military and naval force. The former is necessary from the reduction of the

agricultural, and the latter from the treatment experienced by the nautical population. A balance struck at the close of each year may not leave a prat by these arrangements; yet a blacker balance-sheet is not impossiblea debit amassed at the close of some dark day of deep grief
05 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. COURT AND ARISTOCRACY.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. COURT AND ARISTOCRACY.

Her Majesty's annual distribution of food and clothing to about 620 poor persons of the Windsor and Clewer parishes took place on Saturday morning in the Riding School of the Castle. The Queen and Prince, accompanied by the Prince of Leiningen, the Princess Adelaide of Hohenlohe
05 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE INFLUENCES OF THE COVENANTERS.

THE INFLUENCES OF THE COVENANTERS.

"The struggle of the Covenant not only stirred all the religious heart of the country, but it was waged with most determined courage for a quarter of a century and more. Besides, at the reformation, a large section of the nobles early connected themselves with the movement; wher
05 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
154 THE ALBION. - • • —with Charles XlL—and many others. And had Napoleon dropped at moorings very slowly on

154 THE ALBION. - • • —with Charles XlL—and many others. And had Napoleon dropped at moorings very slowly on

towards the shore. At 70 minutes to 4 o'clock p.m. the Waterloo, there would have been afterwards cries of Treachery—treachery ! ' mainmast fell over, and seemed to part the vessel. amidships. In five minutes Claverheuse, like Napoleon, while hated by many, seems always to have
05 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
SOUTIIIVARK.

SOUTIIIVARK.

The election of Sir William Molesworth on Saturday being unopposed, the proceedings proved rather uninteresting. Dr. Challice moved, and Mr. Martin seconded his nomination, and no other candidate appearing, the right hon. baronet was declared duly elected. MORFETII. Sir George G
05 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
MARKETS. THE CORN TRADE. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, FRIDLT, DBC. 31. The supply of English wheat continues on a very limited

MARKETS. THE CORN TRADE. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, FRIDLT, DBC. 31. The supply of English wheat continues on a very limited

scale, and the wheat is so materially deteriorated by the damp weather that it is difficult to find buyers. The prices, however, remain about the same as on Monday. Foreigeis firmly held at the late rates, and there were some inquiries for emulation, but the business done was on
05 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
Oats. I Rye.

Oats. I Rye.

05 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE SIX-DAYS CAB COMPANY. OFFICES.-15, DUKE STREET CHAMBERS, ADELPHL (PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED PURSUANT TO ACT OF PASLIAMENT.) FOR SUPPLYING THE PUBLIC

THE SIX-DAYS CAB COMPANY. OFFICES.-15, DUKE STREET CHAMBERS, ADELPHL (PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED PURSUANT TO ACT OF PASLIAMENT.) FOR SUPPLYING THE PUBLIC

WITH CABS AT 4d. PER MILE. La 10,000 Shares of of £1 each, with power to increase the Capital to £50,000. Deposit 5s per Share. DIRECTORS. FREDERICK BULL, Esq., Drayton Grove, Brompton. FREDERICK J. SE WELL, Esq., Ecclestone-street South, Eaton Sqiire. CHARLES HENRY PRICE, Esq.,
05 January 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE ALBION.

THE ALBION.

soma ornicum, collected by Mr. Fortune, at Shanghai, E. ornaticolle, from India, cingaluse from Ceylon, .ZE. sulcipenne, collected by Mr. Packman in Tennasserim, and E. titiale from Northern India. The Secretm read to the meeting some extracts from "Notes on the Zoology of the M
16 February 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
L THE ALBION.

L THE ALBION.

through the almost desolate streets. I listen—the cry of help! help! murder I murder! booms heavily on the ear—still I do not rush forward though the suffocating groans of a fellow mortal strike upon the ear; and told but too plainly that foul means were at play. No, no, I leave
16 February 1853 - Albion - London, London, England