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1 MR. MACKENZIE TO MR. HERBERT Treasury July 8th 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

[No. 1.1 Mr. JIackenzie to Mb. Herbert. Treasury. .Tnlv Stb. IbT.2. My Deak HEnnntr, — After our conversa tion yesterday afternoon, and the perfect understanding that appeared to exist be., twenn uk relative to certain departmental arrangements during your absence. I cer tainly was somewhat surprised at what took place in Conneil this morninjr. and after wards during the day. To save time and any further unpleasant discussion, I will shortly state my views on this question, which I believe to be strictly correct, and j,. --— ^Tjanrr tt*1* '-''p jrw-iivi ? i ?ortld *Wt m«r -ptsee alionl-I tctntm (Imtb in the Govcrninent and in the oflit^;) by an Executive Minister. In tiic Government, because it is advisable to have n licad to presep-e the necessary cohesion ncder such peculiar circumstances, as we might l«c placed in : and in the office, because it must, as a matter of course, be under the direct control of a member of the Executive during I so lon-; n period as you projiose to Ik- ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AWFUL TRAGEDY AT MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

AWPCI* TKAGEDr AT MAN CHESTER. Ok tlio murnlnir of Tliurcdnv. May lBtli nac of tin- ni-ist daring and deliberate murders since that by Hush was committed in Man chester, and within abnut 3'Xl varns of the KkcImusc Abont half-past eight o'clock. 3Ir. Evan 3rell--.r, a house and estate agent living at Old Trartnrd, left home and 'pro ceeded tn Manchester wirb the intention of tipitig to the offices of himself and son. in St. James's Chambers, in South King-street, and next door tn St. Jamcs's-square. He arrived at tlie staircase leading to the office* which arc on the second flnnr, about a ijnar t.;r-p.ist iiiue o'clock, and had asi-.?udcd to the second landing, when lie found a man aud his wife, named William Hubert Taylor mid Mirthsi Aune Taylor, waiting for him, .cl.ise to th:: (loir leading to his offices. The mill was ann.'rl with a large knife, such as is used hy provision dealers, about ten inches Ian; in 'the blade, and an inch and a half lii-nad, and pointed; the womau was ar...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

MIXBOUBXK MABKETS. The MHl.rame _4r^a, i.f Hie 14th instant pi ves tlis folliming itanss of commercial in telligence :— The continued reduction **f shipments has given s more iratTunt ft-sling to marfcetF. boA Ifriees of nearly nil descriptions *-f imported £'''?-* arc »ti-aililr s-jsfciiicfl. not ?Kitiiitju.linT the VHried and numcr.ms arri vals ultUe «.ek. ; Tbe flour and gr&in markets hive beea ! active. wit!i stt-adiiy improving prices, on , wiiich furttier advance is looked. . Sitk i dressed Adelaide flour of tlie best brand bas ' been placi-d at £15 H-s. per ton. and tt°'«l : town brancls £14 10s. to £15. By aiadian, a j parcel of fifty toss Califciiiiaa waB placed at j iio j-tr ton. Telezmuie tr»m Adelaide, re I - -'iveii to.-Jay, quote wheat at os. per bushel j there, which, if supported, must cause a cor i rc»:)L.:i.iiug chmige in value here. ! Sncsus. — Oa Tuesday tbe cargo per 1'lanter. from the Hnuritius. wes olf.-i-ed by anciiou; the trade trure. uo»vevcr.inJisp...

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THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

THE MIKISTEUIAL CEIS1S. We take from yesterday's Courier the fol lowing correspondence relative to the resig nation by the Hon. K. B. Mackenzie of the office of Colonial Treasurer : — To the Editor eftht Courier. Sir— Havintr finally retired from office as a member of the Herbert Ministry, and being deprived of tbc opportunity of explaining in Parliament the causes which led to my re signation, it liccomcs my ditty to lay the case before tlie public through the medium of the Press, however reluctant I may feel to obtrude on the country anything that may savour of a private quarrel with my iatc colleagues on a question of precedence, or that might be construed into a desire on my part to sacrifice my public duty to pri vate feeling. Tbc subjoined correspondence in a great measure speaks for itself, and, with a few explanatory remarks, I leave tne question in tbe bands of the public During tbc late Session of Parliament, when, on one occasion, an allusion was made to the contemplated ...

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THE HESSIAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

THE UKSSIAX QUESTION. (Frnmthf Timrs.) Trr H«».«sian nut-stion is heginmnj? to a«- . sumc a more Kerioim asi«*t. The Elector j hns withdrawn, or oHfered to witlidrnw, his tw.i roc-«'it orninRt-ceK iii)i-n the requisition j ? if t!i-- F«'1«rsl T-ier. On the nther hand, - Pnis^ia Iia* dsiisnded an anolopv for the | aunimnrv .lismis-.-il 'f Iirr F.nvny. and is oven said ti ' a '-? i' i t -d nn the resignation | .if the Eli-ctor's ministers. Her vUimntvn. J whatever it may have been, is rejected : the Prussian minister lias left C«c*'1. nnd dipln- j nmtif relations arc snsnonded lietwcsn the j ttvn Govenin-.entii. This news will rrnh- . ablv hive cinsi-il a much jrreatcr sensation j tn CtfrDinn^. Than an Encrlislmian enn xv--il t unncrstviil. Kvorv fii-nnan is master of ] 'tli!- IlM-i.iti nnesrion.' as lie ik master of . the Hoistt-in q:io»tion; in fact, there Is an j historical connectimi Hetwct-n tlie two. and j for v-wrs nast the colnsstil industry and J ?»ubrt.-tv nf the Tcntnnic mi...

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WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

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ROMANCE OF THE BUSIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

itOMAXCt: OF THE UU8U. We have been favoured by the Kcv. Mr. Iiuinsey with tiie following letter received from the Bev. Mr. Bailey; Curate of St. Paul's, who. together with his wife, appears to have had a very narrow escape from perishing in tbc bush : — -~iatton Inn, Saturday evening. My dear Mr. Rnmscy.— 3Iany thanks for your very kind solicitude. It seems, to my surprise, that the clerk here telegraphed each way on our arrival to-day, as general i news, »'ith-H!t sneaking !-i me. Oui lirsf intention on ^ettinir ljuek was to uraie home ti--iui-rr«-iv (its we were utilised to abandon horses and lns^se), l.i:t Mr. J C. White parsed (ll rout; f.ir Ips-vicll. at 2.30, andsiia th« busjry shtn:ld roiiie down here for mv wife on Manuav. and take h.r up. Sow for onr trip. «. H. WMs-.m will tell vou in whut good tiuart we started on Tues dav. Got loLaidlei-. ? ? ? ? Iteplind fliroo diildren. Luft st 11 : catnus slowly here. ?'?' '* ? ' Xliors d^y. itiftde in enrlv start, nni i*-A wruflp tl...

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GARDENER'S CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

^AlIDICXEK'S CALT.XDAR FOB JULY. Fruit and Kitcbeu tiarden. — The gouera tir.nning and priming «f the peaclu nec tiriue. ajij-i.-. pe.11. rig. orani;*, and other tr.-e- -!i.n:!il !-e miishcd. Clean aijmni^us .1:1 1 diubarb hu.is, smd plant liardy truit trees, as jicacii. c'.iuit)-, ajiricirt. quince. :t;-;i)r. i^e^r. and almoud. M.annre deciduous frcir tree?. l-'iowt-r Gar&Mi and Shrublicries.— Xow is tiie period for laving the foundation of a fine lav.- a— the pride' «f ^lli-itisb. irarJeuin-r. L*t ii'.i fr.-s'i t.iriinjrh.- o-j:.i;;!-.-ti-, a:id tatc stei-s tu iii! up t!:_- iie-ls in :Iie iltiurur ^ar.lea as lU.'V :'.;e i-J-.-.-iiK'd, f»r tl:8 Jir.rii.'se of coa tiiiiitia^ t'.« r': ; cnj.-vu:e:it ofapriug. 'fraus plant ;i':lies ail;1. C:ii« Jiulbs. i'i ?;?.!. — !\ei'.u-c i!ie iri^iuiid for potatoes «id ut'isr sniu::u-r ^rowia^ cr.'i:-*.

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BALL IN AID OF THE VOLUNTEER BAND [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

BALL IX AID OF TIIE VOLUNTEER BAND. This Vail, which has been on the tapit for some time past, and has, no dimbt, formed subject of coversatiou for many merry ?spinsters and bachelors who delight in indulging in Terpsichorean exercise, came off last cveiiinjr (we might almost as well Gfiylhis morning), in the ball of the new Normal School. Our readers are perhaps aware tliat for some time past the funds of tlie Volunteer liaud have been in what mav bo termed a somewhat shaky condition, and, as subscriji tions were not coming- in at a very rapid rate, certain ladies and gentleman who took b. more than ordinary interest iu the con tinued existence «;f 'the band, determined j upon combining a pli'-assnt evening's amuse- 1 nii-nt with the effecting of a very useful taoTta. Co^aArtfeertfcc-pnSsenc liail' txauc; tlie i result. The committee have been most indefatigable in their exertions, and no effort was spared on their part to render the ball what it undoubtedly was — a decided success...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

hail ai:::ax.;i:mexts at the I MAILS iXC*SZ AT Tgj^Tt-S AJiWVK XT Toowou»»i 1 T'.^.'-' -M im.lTIiur«J»y »ij Snn ,. \|To.!fi! .--ll..-A»a.m.!TliunidavKid Sun ucj.it™ h irntoy, ti |, m. ; d.y. brm ?nr T*it-r- ' IMondav. 1^.30 p.m. ThuisJav and£un- ??A1.W1CS. ^ Thni»Jar, * pun. ' iAy.Sp.ta. XiMiUO iTu.aiay, & j»jn. JSunJjT, S p m. The fon*i»-i»g- 3Iails arrive at tlieirdesd nalirnasfJlows!— Bia-BANis .. Diily, Sunday csccptod, 10 a.m. ToowooM3A Wednesday, II ajn.; Satur day, 5 p.m. Okavtox ? \v'e«liiesd:ty. noon ; Sarardny . G p.m. AVat.wick .. Tuttiay, 4 p.m.; Satuntcy 11 a.m. XiNAKtx . . FiiJay. noon. The folionrin? 5I:u3s are contingcnr fiir time uu the iu-rivals uf the steamers; and for tlu-se m:o*i anau.iFcmeNts are made as are must likely to meet public convenience, viz.: ilaryf«in-ii!i!i, Gladstone, and liockliatnp t-«i, every alternate Sunday or Mon day, as notified in tho local papers of the previous Friday and Saturday. STcvv Si.uth V.'ales ii'nl 'die other Austra li:...

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BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

BSaKB-AJNTE. FCOJI THE ' GUAKBIAK.' Tha sit« for the proposed bruise over the Brisbane has been already dcziilf.il upon; at least such is the generafimprcssion. The In-idle, we understand, will start from die south end of Queen-strict, and cross the river to tha c nnmcricenient of Melbournc sttv.et, in South Brisbane. A new idea lias been lately mooted liv some of our local surveyors and scientific men, fc» the effect that George street should be made the main outlet of the town, and the bridge upautlic river at the end of that street, adjoining the crossin;j-p)ace of tha telegraph wire. ' The Advantages assumed arc, that the river being much narrower at the point last referred to. Bad the banks rcmsrkabl y bi:»h, so as to ad mit of free navigation* tlie cost of the erection would be raucli less than at tlie first mentiomed site. The Ipswich main road would moreover be more rcadily reaehed. It is hard to say lion- far the new idea may be deemed feasible by the authori ties, but it i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

EOTIGE. /?'lOUXTBY Subscribers or Advertisers \J whose Accounts are £1 or upwards, will oblige hy an early remittance. ''Xoktii ArfcTJuUAS Office, Ut Jim-, 1S02, KOTICE' S~ ' UBSCSIlJEKS receiving their pancia irregularly, cither through the Post Ofiiee i.r fi-'ia kuimer*. will oblige by coiu mnjiiuting at once with tiie Pnblislier. TXTEXDIXG Subscribers are reminded i that the p.-iissnt is tho first issue of tins Jiurnal for tho quarter. Persons calling at t!i« oiSix, or sending a written order, M'iH have tlia iuiicr delivered regularly at their address. Techs : Quarterl v, in advance . . 9s. Ditto, credit ? lite, Notra Ai:--tbalias Office, 1st July, lS6i JUSTICE. PERSON'S IXWiUTED to the Jfiwrt Australian for ^uhscriptions or Adver tiM!i!T, tu the IkKH June last, inclusive are ri-sj«'i-tfu*ly rrijiu-.stct! to be i-Eoarrinthc scid'uri-iit'itf' f !ieir accounts. retr.ittunceB and statements of uwtteys Col lected -sn account of this estaLUshmiMit. t 'North Australian' Office, I|-swic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

AND QmrXSLASP GENERAL AI-VXBT£BEII, IS published on Tcesdat. TmTBsnAT. and SiTiBDiV moniiujjs, and fortrarnVd to A^oaatry Subscribers by the earliest muls. i terms or scmcBtrriui;. I Per Quarter, in advancs ? 9*. Per Quarter, credit ? Ul». ^^j. Single Sumber ? 6d_ not be attended to untass given in writing. 1 Subscribers will be charged from tils I data of commencing their subscription*, i TIKV6 --r ADTEEXlflrXG. 1 ?.a. I Torn line*, or under a quarter of an i iueh ? ? 1 0; Four lines, or under half an inch ? S 0 j Six lines, or imJer three-quarters of j an inch. ? 2 «j Eight lines, or under one inch ...... I 0 i Everv additional eight lines, under 1 an inch. ? 1 0 TEBHS OF D1SCOCKT. ! - Consecutive Insertions ? ]0V cent. 13 „ „ ? 1.1 „ 2C „ .. ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be Trritten j a-q tha fauk of ea:h Advertisement, or it 1 will be continued until countermanded, and ] charged accordingly. Advertisements from j Xon-suiiscribcrs miiEt be paid for previously | ta publicat...

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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

[?] F.;-:.i:.K rocci-.edbv -;--s*i-. -i. H. AVilsoii a!;l iV:— -. i^-';s't:il1-.v. T. \V. & Co.: j 4 m-.I.m s!.j-p.ik.:.», T. V-'. i Co.; -£i hides, I Tri ; near apfT.wh of the l:i«-l«n:j and j =!«. a-ir.,r s-svics hAs ot oir.se. h.id it* cu'tc» j f \n- piiu.-ipaJ mJw iv-'iich harr. taken place j during the ps«;t moiitu. t.TntluI:ah. on ihe j CoTiamiii.; Itivcr, with 2.»,O^- sheep, was 5f.W In- niclianlH-» aaJ Wj-nm-K of Sy.lvy. ; at I7s' Si. v-t lieatL raxkiitf. v.-iiii stores. | ic, a t-it.-vl purcli.iM! nioiu-y .if about ; £ly.'o-'. Mifsrs. Miirt ftnd I'-. M-'d the i roekato.ifr.-ek StJtion, Kith ~;,iKK» sheeji. . alwi at I7s. lid. pir head, autl lAHV tattii- at i ?W-.— Cs'ir-Ur. I 'flic valtur nfurdinarj- cuttle -.tntioiis miy | pi- hej.1. M-.it mid C«. sol.1. at ;iio Uttvr | rate, the lJ::ua;v«-3Ki:;ih Ststion, iu tlie i Warn1?!) ilistri^t. Onwl n;ns in th.- X.-rtu- wardwiUf.-uh mi: h higlier pvL-es. Very I iittU-. has !uai d.uio lattly iu the is:-.:.- .if : at.irc filt...

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SHIPPING DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

sEcxmu a DEPABTUBE. Jm.T 25.— H.1LSJS. Pioneer, 6 guns. Com mander F. S. H. Suuinson, tor Sydney. July 2fi. — Alma, three-masted schooner, 163 tuns, CapUin Blackiock, for Lauuceston, via Vsn-castie. in 'jal'ast. ^.Tuly 2iJ. — Brilliant, schooner, 112 tons. Captain Stephens, for liockhamptoo, nitii original passeaije'-' ??-?' »oii. CLEA....L-.OES. July 25. — Alma, tbree-nwsted schooner. Ifti Mas. C.i;-tain BlacUoek, for I^aunees ton ria Xoi.-cjs.tle, in ballast. Passengers — nil July 25.— Brilliant, schooner, 112 tons. Captain ^tejtheus. Sir Ruckliauixitoi^ with original ji^sieugers and cat go. WRECK OF THE KIEKOJILE. In addition to the information irivea in oar previous issue tonuhins -hc wreck .if this vessel, we are In a position, uwin:* to the eoiutesy of die chief mate (Mr. ftreen), tu give the full.ru-Iaj; particulars so far as | they cua be dcrivrd from tiituimrv: — T'.il- Kiikdtle, Lris. ii7 tous. CapHiit liviiii I WtUUra&.lrlt Lanneent.Hi ou tha .'it!i of June I l*»t...

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THE ALLIED EXPEDITION TO MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

THU ALLIED KXPED1TIOX TO MEXICO. Tbc Western India icail steamer Seine, ' which arrived at SbUtfaamption on Wednes- j day niornins. brought home 3Ir. H. John- ? st.ine. Attache of the BriliVh Lesatioa in i Mexici»,hrioginp:despatches frmn SirCharlcs I Wyke to hrr Majesty's Govenitncnt, and ? also M. d«t V-irennc, Aida-deJ^anip to Rear j Admiral .Turin dc la (rravitfre. the French Pjimmatider-in-Ohicf of the naval forces en 1 Rjiscd in the expedition, with destpatclics : ': for the Fretiah Oovcrnment. Unth these I I gentlemen arrived at St. Thomas'* on the j j 27th of April, in the French war stcnnicr ! I Berthollet. wbiali left Vera Cruz on the 1 nth. j I calling at Jamaica tn tchiIc The captain of , ! the B.-rtlioUct would not give a passage to j j a Spanish olSctsr on tlie same t-rrand. jihJ i : consequently the Sp.itnnrds sent a ship of | I their own to llavannah. ] | The Jamaica Guardiw of the 24»h Apri!, j i has the following intaHiscqiw on this buh- ? , juL-t :— i ; '? The all...

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SUPREME COURT.—FRIDAY. IN INSOLVENCY [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

SLYKEME COUKT.— Fezda.it. Is IssOLVEXCV. Befoce his Honor die Judge as Chief Com missioner. In die. matter of die application of Benja min Palmer, tn re the insolvent estate of Palmer and Kenvon. — Mr. Garrick. the soli citor of Mr. Palmer, one of die insolvents in tlie above joint estate, now applied for an order to rescind the order of sequestration made bv hi* Honor Mr. Justice Lntwyche on die Hth June. He based his application on the fact that, under the 4th section of die Insolvent Act, no paitncrsliip estate conld be sequestrated without die consent of die majority of the partners ; and, as there were but two partners in the estate in question, the insolvent Kenyoa could not alone have sequestrated the estate. — His Honor, after consulting some notes made by Mr. Justic* Milford on the Insolvent Act. called upon Mr. Kenyon . to show cause.— Mr Kenvnn expressed bis willingness to accede to any order that the Court might mnko, and his Honor directed that the estate sbonld !-c rel...

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MARITIME INTERNATIONAL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

MARITIME ISTEENAHQNAt LAW. 1 Xewsi-apeb writers are accused of professing t to understand all Hubjects, and pet right K-hstevcr is wrung in Iiunian affaire. But, 1 however true the charge may be, their readers arc the primary guilty party. They lassnuie that nnv arj competent to judge ; and decide upon all passiblu question^ and ? how are those who write for an iufallibfc | public to octn,owlede« their own liability to ' ignorance' or error? In the days of our | grand&lbcrs it was assumed Aat no man was a competent judge of any subject ex cept that which be had studied profes sionally. But we have changed all that, and really the amazing evidence of profes sional witnesses in loine late trials goes far to justify onr principle. The British public is just now called upon by Mr. Cobden and the newspapers to settle tlie intricate question uf maritime international law, the rights of belligerents, and the privileges of neutrals. Hitherto it has been assumed that a belli percnt m...

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MONDAY, JULY 28 BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

Mosdat. July 2S. Befobg die Police Magistrate. Frederick Compton.Tiroiiglit upon war rant on a charge of having burglarionsly entered the office of F. C. Chubb and stolen therefrom a tin deed box. The Chief Constable having stated that be was uiiaUe to off«r any evidence, in conso prayed for a remand. Case remanded m tfl Wednesday next or IO o~«&jdt, Mr. Coiuptun undertaking, on iiis -mn recognizances of £50, to appear on Wednesday morning.

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ARRIVAL OF LORD CANNING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

AEEIVAL OV LORD CANXING. Tx-ro Cavsish, tbc ex^iovernor-Gcneral of India, arrived at Dover on Saturday aftcr no»i- most uitcx pcctedly. So special packet hiM l»oeo ordered for bis lordship's passage by tlie tJovcrmncnt, bat from the large ] nitmbcrof disMnguishe^l nKsscngcrscxpeetcd j from tlie Continent, Mr. Churchward liad I given instrnctious at Calais for a steamer to be in readiness, under die siiperintendcncc of Captain f-imni.-rt; coiisequendy. on tin arrival of I^ird Cunning, his lordship at once embarked in the mail steam-packet Empress, and with liord and Lady Sidney, Lord Harris. Sir diaries and Lady Mary and Miss W«md. Mr. Serjeant Alexander, Jtc_ made a delitrhtfnl und mt'ifl run to ] River. On arrivinir at the Admiralty Tier, Mr. Churchward pmci-i-ded on board the panfcet and wetcn:nr--l Oird -'aimiiii once more toTitiilinn, and his lordship and .Ks timn'iislu'd nsrtv pruect-ded to the l^ird \V-nr,lcn llot.-l. to h-.v-- sv:t» r.-f:eshment prior to their dr tijrt'ii-e f...

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