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THE WAR IN DENMARK.

THE WAR IN DENMARK.

It seems now to be admitted that Denmark has no means left to make any resistance that will bear the slightest chance of success. Submission is, therefore, the only mode by which this unequal struggle can be terminated. The Foreign Minister of France, however, in a despatch addr
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SECOND EDITION. ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE OFFICE, . SA.TUBDAY, Two o'CLocK P.M. AMERICA.

SECOND EDITION. ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE OFFICE, . SA.TUBDAY, Two o'CLocK P.M. AMERICA.

NEW YORK, July 5. General Wilson, after three days' conflict, during which he lost all his trains, artillery, wounded, and 1,000 men, has, by a detour of 30 miles, escaped through the Confederate lines and rejoined Grant. General Baldy Smith, on the morning of the 30th, attempte
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS AND THE RECENT DEBATE AND DIVISION.

THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS AND THE RECENT DEBATE AND DIVISION.

THE Ministerial journals have, in the triumph of their party, exercised a judicious and modest discretion. It has, on the whole, been tacitly admitted that there has been a miscarriage in diplomacy. The Opposition have just reason to be satisfied : a compact body, mainly country
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ANNUAL REPORT ON EDUCATION.

ANNUAL REPORT ON EDUCATION.

The Education Committee of the Privy Council report to her Majesty that the 60 inspectors of schools visited in 1863 11,230 daily schools or departments of schools under separate teachers, and found present in them 1,092,741 children, 9,481 certificated teachers, and 13,849 appr
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL HOME IN SCOTLAND.

THE ROYAL HOME IN SCOTLAND.

The very air of Braemar and Balmoral is pure and sweet enough to tempt any sovereign from his palace to the " braes p' Mar.' It is soft and yet bracing; the spirits seem to rise with the barometer, and the traveller feels exhilarated, tempted as he is to believe at times that it
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. MILLS.—On the 13th instant, at Hookorton Rectory, Notts, the wife of the Rev. J. F. H. Mills, of a

BIRTHS. MILLS.—On the 13th instant, at Hookorton Rectory, Notts, the wife of the Rev. J. F. H. Mills, of a

son. LARPENT. — On the 12th instant, at Thorpe Morieux, near Bildeston, Suffolk, the wife of the Roy. Geo. P. De Hochepied Larpent, of a son.
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WINES OF FRANCE, SPAIN, Szc.

WINES OF FRANCE, SPAIN, Szc.

E DG solicit E attentionSAl!p B UTLER their Pare ST. JULIEN CLARET. at ]Ba., 209., 249., 305., and 365. per dozen; La Rose, 420.; Latour, 545.; Margaux, 605., 725.; Chateau Lafitte, 729., 845., 965.; superior Beaujolais, 249. ; Macon, 305., 368., choice Burgundy, 485., 608., 725
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHINA AND JAPAN.

CHINA AND JAPAN.

The China Mail of May 30, in its summary, states "The only political news of the past fortnight has reference to the Taeping rebels. Chang-chow-foo was retaken by the Imperialists on the 11th Instant. No r e verse , however, daunts Colonel Gordon, and the Putae is a man of equal
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CONVERSAZIONE_ AT THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS.

CONVERSAZIONE_ AT THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS.

About six weeks since an evening conversazione was held in the conservatory at South Kensington, at which upwards of 2,000 visitors were present, the greater part consisting of fellows and their friends, including many of the highest rank and fashion, and other ladies and gentle
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PENAL SERVITUDE ACTS.

PENAL SERVITUDE ACTS.

The amendments of the House of Commons to the Penal Servitude Act were considered, Lord Shaftesbury moving that the fourth clause, which the Peers had struck out of the bill, but which the Lower House had reinserted, be again struck out. The clause provides that the convict hold
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England