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power when his loyal hand wrote his first despatch, assuring the country that no attack would be made on its

power when his loyal hand wrote his first despatch, assuring the country that no attack would be made on its

institations. This is the ground they have assumed on which to practice that energetic policy to whi.3ll M. Pascal will remain faithful. The magniloquent defender of the new Ministry, however, has contrived to forget that the circular in question so far from confining itself to
19 June 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE STATE OF CUBA.

THE STATE OF CUBA.

A correspondent of the Times in Jamaica, in writing on the Cuban difficulty, says it has often been asserted that the only solution lies in the sale of Cuba, but it is not clear who, in this proposed bargain, is to be the seller and who the purchaser. The United States made a st
21 April 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
M. GREVY AND THE ASSEMBLY.

M. GREVY AND THE ASSEMBLY.

Matters in the French Assembly have assumed a very serious aspect. On Wednesday M. Vitel, the Vice-President, was in the chair, and amid intense excitement read a short letter from M. Grdvy, transmitting his resignation of the functions of President. After some conflicting speec
04 April 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
A NEW YORK MURDERER.

A NEW YORK MURDERER.

On the 21st of March William Foster was hung in New York for the murder of Mr. Putnam. The case has excited very great interest in the city, and the correspondence respecting it occupied a prominent place in the New York journals for some time prior to the execution. The murder
04 April 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE LOSS OF THE ATLANTIC. FULL PARTICULARS,

THE LOSS OF THE ATLANTIC. FULL PARTICULARS,

OVER FOUR HUNDRED PEOPLE SAVED. A "Central News" telegram from Liverpool says : Captain Williams, of the wrecked steamer Atlantic, telegraphs to Messrs. Ismay and Co., managing owners of the White Star line, to the effect that the steamer is a total Toss. She has broken abaft th
04 April 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE MASTERSHIP OF THE ROLLS.

THE MASTERSHIP OF THE ROLLS.

Mr. JACOB BRIGHT gave -notice that to-morrow he would ask the First Lord of the Treasury whether the Government proposed to act upon the unanimous recommendation of the Civil Service Expenditure Commission; and if so, whether they would notify the fact to the gentleman who might
04 April 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUGAR DUTY.

THE SUGAR DUTY.

Mr. GRIEVE asked whether as Holland, Belgium, and Great Britain had complied with the invitation to study the application of chemical analysis to the assessment of the Sugar Duty and to communicate the result of tin t study; the Government were aware that while the question was
04 April 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
JOSHUA DAVIDSON.

JOSHUA DAVIDSON.

Still keeping up the semblance of "Joshua Davidson's " actual existence, the author of hig " History " writes at some length to the Spectator in answer to a review of the work in question, being prompted thereto by the desire that the critic should have "a deeper sympathy" with
14 April 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NOTES

FOREIGN NOTES

AN AFRICAN TRAVELLER.— Some interesting extracts have been published by Herr Peterman, the Gotha Geographer, of a letter received from the African traveller, Dr. Nachtigal. The object of Nachtigal's expedition to the Soudan was to take to the Sultan of Bonin presents from the Ge
21 May 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
RUSSIAN RESEARCH IN AFRICA.

RUSSIAN RESEARCH IN AFRICA.

Dr. Petermann, of Gotha, has sent to the Cologne Gazette a letter from the Russian traveller Miklucho- Maclay, who was reported a short time ago to have been killed by the savages in New Guinea. The letter is dated, "On board the Imperial Russian clipper Isumrud, 11th of March,
21 May 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England