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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

WEiDNESDAY, 18th iNSTANT. TEN WORKING .BULLOKS, WITH DRAY AND GEAR. "1 ML CO0KBURN has received instructions to l Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, On WETjNESDAY, the 18th Instant, at 12 o'clock precisely. TEN WORKING BULLOCKS, WITH DRAY AND GEAR. The wholi is in frst-rate order. The bollocks are young, in good condition, and well broken-in, and the dray is nearly new. : For fuirther psrticulars, apply at the Auction Rooms, Nicholis-street. Terms, Cash. 514 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. EXTENSIVE SALE OF FURNITURE AT TTE LONDON TAVERN, BRISBBANE-STREET, On THURSDAY, the 26th Instant. H M. CO0KBURN has received instructions * from Mr. C. Hanson, the landlord of the Ldndon Tavern, to Sell by Public Auction, on the Premises in Bliisbane-street, On THURSDAY, the 26th Instant, THE ROLTE' OF THE FURNITUBE, contained in the parlours, dining-room, eight bed nwjin!, and kitchen, consisting of Tables, Chairs, ide boards, Sofas, Couches, Single and Double Iron atnd Wood Bedsteads, B...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

eg Ittt tB ttteu. --"4-- lk*ecatrt0.qi.-The amiunt of suhsriptioi to the greesulod "TFirs I Seven' Sfhillin? end Sispone per susrters if 'aid in 'edvae, or Eight Shillings mnd Six pnee credit. The quarters terminate on the 80th Sep. tember, 1sitDecepiber, 81St March, and BOth June, at which periods sj can subAcibers dealine, by giving noete, snd paying the amount due to the end of the 9gog:Seopiu,.Siuspenoa jAbI lcnfiremr are inserted aecording to the fol Skeing sdleei- - Two lines ..... ................ 1 0 For line................. .......... 0 slises...................., 8 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 0 * Every7dditionlsi ghtirtHes, orlnch 1 0 h f.tollowig? Discont is allowed on all advertis-. me-ti continued- For ·nrtiaro. ........ ..... 10 LOper cent. to . , . ......... 15 ** * , n ,.-."" ....'25 . Alrl revtieements must. specily on the face of them the number of tile they are to be inserted, or,they will beontinuedtill countermanded and charged accordingly. Ordera for...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

Cvclo e: IIfl busIhels rnair~Z62IOBI~ bags bran, 42nea Lucerne bayS: bakas oatezi Ilar, 0 c.,se checac. 92 dozen broomns, 375,4)00 aiingksq 100 beces~ soap, 150 boxes caudira, H. S. Gieneall. Clarene.: (For Marybroughl)-l ease, 2 parcels; R, A. and J. Kiugstford; 16 bags maine, 2 balesasy, R. S. Wa'rry; 300 bags flour, 10 bags rice, 2 hogsheads tar, 15 packages drapery, 4 trunks boot-, 2 bags dates, 6 pack ages sundries, J.and G. Harris; 18 iron plates, 18 straps and kegs, 27 bars iron. Governmmettlepartcent ; 1 lorsm, Rev. Dr. Quins; I box plants, A. J. Hoekingas l task lemonade, L Marshiall; I case, Mrs. Mayes, I1 rams and 2 lambs, Kerr; 1 box, Flavelle Brothers. (For Gladstone):--1 bundle tubs, Perry Brothers; 1 huogo head lemonade, Gardiner and Keid; 6 eases cordials,2 eases brandy, 20 bags flour, I hugshead rum, I hogahead brandy, I quarter cask wine, 8 mats asugar, 2 s sice, 6 boxes of tea, 3 packages sundries, J. and G. Harris; 1 spring-cart, C. Balwell; I truss hay, 1. Olive...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

)1ypplmtg *ntellcirgrCi. DEPARTURES. Juoe 10.-Clarence, eleamer, Captain Cottier, fsr tlS Northern Portn. Passensers--Mrs. Inne antd Master Inoes, Mrs. Harley, Messrs. Bligh (Commandant of Natirs Police), A. M'KenziegS. George. Lwson, Sloman, Oakhr, Leiz, Bolger, Oscar de Sarge, Colquhoun, Captail M'Flenery, and twenty in the steerage. June 1I.-Queensland, eteamer, 87, tons, Captain Patullo, for the Northern Porta. Paasengers-Medas W. L. Orr, J. Perie, U. Diuglass, Mrs. Ghm6ryp md several others whose names were not ascertainable at Ithe tinme of her departure. We beieves, howeeer, thi'tihe total number af passengers was about 80, and of tlane some eight or ten were quartered in the cb'siss.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

4uittlulabiB parliament. (Afrdg 9^ fsonm tA« Courr.) LEBaSSLt'IVE ASSEMBLY. FTasnaD oTres 10. The SPEAXMR took the chairat a quarter past thee. o'clock. SPETITION. Mr. WAtY, wTthout previonus notice, brought 'p a petition from certain inhabitauts of Brisbaqe reiptive to the ibtroduction of Chinee, and moved .It it be received. jho motion was seconded by Mr. BLAKENEY, -udlearied. QUESTION. Mr. O'SULUIVAN asked the Honorable the SecitAy for Lands and Works, -" If there is any truthintbe report published in the papers to the effect that : the Government have bought the Moreton Bay 'Tramway out of'the hands of the Iompany, and purpose creating a Trust to carry out the work ?" The MINISTER for LANDS and WORKS in eply, said that the Govetdment "were ignorant of the existente eo the report forming the foundation of the hon. member h question. At the same time he might state thata communication had been re-' celved by the Government from the Manager of the MoretonBays Tramway Company, butno...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

COMMJl61IOIL.. . ·· . -.I COnsols, 95)) to 94. Noi alt4II*Lioflo ~inmk shalres. ·- ·; . WooL. -Thoetent rates can acatoely be loohe4l - for, partplknlrly for Poet PhIllp o. wrhich arleclinrn·· Snf three! Iii1.peolace tnl to.Ilence maiy be enticipaRteti. Otli~r 'l.*tacripti',ns ere exi~ected to miLdainti the pr~i,,.,'if l Iw Itet erl.'ea of ealee. Hit· ore in Ilmitedt it~mendl, one farthing lower. Ai~~tr~iee ettins in reqinet, at an advance.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

(Ff:55i tT ;ard is.) The Chinese immigrants pr errd Lynidhurst ?ren; brought up from the ship hyte Breadalbane'~esterdayJ (Wednesday) at noon,and w eanded at~dnh Brdne . They were all dressed in thanetioal eetaomme. otl i os jaoket of cotton oloth esnd tronsaer? soatrch"-lise colour birg generally blue. Mest of our celtetil)y: itantt were posseesed l a bamboopile, which thle carredon . the shoulder, and at citherend of which owaaa)ng a-hag made of matting, contaling all ie?ir w.rldly goad. On lunding, they were eubh??idto rigid erehaul by the Customs officals, nhi?s' lage quantity ofopium jokes fronm them, ehiclsofoure e ws oeoitscated tothe Crown. ' An elderly Chis~ama, bo~seiig thi;t heu uitom Heosee' Oficers appeai~d'doiubtiful a' "to whether the blae? looling pthigs hathyat shen"efteere opium or not, bit off halaen ohnee or so-?aefletent io poisan a lsrge family . unflmisar with thed ef:the drug--ad expressed by o signi;' while he )hewed the bpisnn wih gre?t gusto,. that it ewas...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

AUSTRIA. The Aetreian Government heas decided on the construction of an iron fleet, tohe always kept up to the strength of the Italian .navy. A great re. duooton is to take place Io the army. "

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

LEGISdLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WmbissoayJ.oJSE II. The Speltar took the chair at a quarter.past three. MILITIA BILL. Mr. BLAKENEY presented a petition from T. -. Stepheus, Mayor of Brisbane. on behalf of a publie mfeting of the inbtitants of Brisbane, praying that tlse House would see St to disallow the .Militia Bill. On the mndtion b Mr. BLAKENEY; seconded by Mir; WiARRY. the petition was rereived. T? ,JWOOb~A COURT-IioUSE. r. WATTS, pursuant to notice, asked the minister for Lands the Iollowing questions:-(1.) Rns the contractor of. the Toowoombha Courthouse begun hiis omtrect: if so, what time will he take tb loish it? (2.) Was the contractor bound in any penalty to complete his contract in anygiven time? (I.) What quantity of the bricke carted on the ground have been sold or in other ways disposed 6f? (4) What time have the bricks been ready for delivery at theplace t~be are now making them, anti what nusiber of men has the contractor at work? :Thbe MINISTER for LANDS replied that the a...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

LEGI LATIVE COUNCIL. WEnoNESDATU. Juz 11. - - The PRESIDENT took the': chair ;at even minutes poast? three o'clock, aod -opened the proceedings.with prayer." * SNEW_MEMBER: The Hon. LOUiS HOPE was introduced, and sworn in as a'member of the Legislative Couupil, by virtue of. the usual summons issued by hise Excellency the. Governor. . ..:] MEMBERS, OF. PALIAMENT BICEIVINGO PAY UNDR THBE, GOVERNMENT, ' Dr. HOBBS withdrew.the motion on this ebject standing .in his.uame, and explained that, sijces placing the motion op the.?appr, be had foSind, from enquiry thpt discussionhbadtaken placeon .the subject during areviouS session, whith, to cerLaio extent, had determined the question at issue. , INSOLVENT DEBTORS,'BELL. : . The ATTORNEY-GENERAL i mbred the second reading of a bill to ,amend ad'?elonsolidate the lasts for the relief of Insolvent Debtors. ' The hop' member opened his remarks by stating that f.ulg tintso time serious defects badbedn'discovered in the Iworking of the present i...

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THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

THE AMPAIGoN IN VIRGINIA. The latest news from the army of the Potemacr per Red Sea tolegraph, etatee that the Federal army retired in disorder from Manasses. The Confederates, under President Davis, have retired, felling back to cover Richmond, the capital I of the Southern States. The Federal army, esti. mated at 150.003 men, in advancing found no oppdosition until striving at York Town, where tiey found the Confederate arly posted'in ari entrencheil position of great strength, stretching across the entire peni sula, from James River to YVrk River supported by 500 guns, and commanded by Presia dent Davis in person No immbdiate engagemeint of the two a'mies was expected, although several, skirmishes had taken place. The Federals have captured No. 10 Island in the Misinsippi, with 5000 men and 100 guns. President Lincolp bhas submitted to Congress .: new treaty. between England and America re gardlog the slave-trade. The bill abolishine slavery in the distriot of Co. lumbia passed t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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BATTLE OF CORINTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

BATTLE OF CORINTHa The campaign in Tennessee hbis been fairly com. menced, and a great battlehas heen fought at Cor inth, in which the Confederate Oenernl Johnstone was killed, and the Federal General GrCant taken prisoner General Beauregard found the Federals advancing in two divisions to attack his position; he therefore determined'to make an attack upon the Federals ondor General Grant at Pitteburg,hy landing before the second army under General Birel could. ?irive in time to eupporthsem. On Sunday morning, the 6th Aliril, the Conted- - -rate force. under G-eneral Be.uregard. advanced with 60,000 meen to. igivethe Federals hattle T'he conflict raged dlring two d4aie. Ti, Coaiederate army was sucessfol dnringkti&e f'lie day iad prut of the second, doring which thei were eaziounsly expecting reinforcements for. tleir relief. GIdneral aBull, however, at this jinncture arrived with re. inforcements to aid the Federalists, and as the fresh forees joined the contest the conflic...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

ITALY. Garabaldi ispursuing histriumphal maroh through Northern Italy, organlising associations in all the principal towns. He is everywhere received with ilnmmense enthusiasm. Brigando are again assemhled in great foroe on the Neapolitan frontier, where they have been re viewed by the ex-king of Naples Lord Palmerston's speech on Italian affairs has craused a profound sensation in Italy.

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

F-RANC?. The French Government has given permislion for the French bishops to proceed to Rome, to hi: preseht at the canonicatioen of the Japanese ma-r. tym. The Emperor has ordered a grewat reduction in the Fren'ch'-army....... .. M. Mires, who was some time ego bouiicted :of freuiulent transeection' ito -the Stock Market, hae beein liberated, the judgment of the CGinrt being reversed. The Paris papers have beeri much engaged with the discussion of the question of ironpaeed ships, and have arrived at the conclusi n that the naval superiority of Great Britain is at an'ed.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL OF THE 26TH APRIL AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO 1ST MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

ARRIV AL OF THU ENGLISH MAIL OF THE 26ra APRIL AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO lsT [AY. Tea following telegram. nf Englisehmews wars isued to our town subscribers at 66clook on Tuesday evening.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

-THe keTIMATES. -Oua legislaters, after therir week's Iloliclr, aawwoble4..n lrueidayF .1ike gianlts jtfreshed; I ad the ·busij~as hefqr them1 glined ,out of 'haind wlth1 w~idnd4iv' atpia~hy;.- COn/idei'iigl 4he wapid progress which has been made in ps~izig thatjxtinn lor F the eetitntesrwhiceiAhs Iysnru qubnPii~ed In~ Lsa Bjoia& ,her, a ewry~·~ {:: ? '": ' .h tve remni~lnl.4 ill- i. !-asnhi to suipose ihai'»einaiiidrWillaitr tie stameu fate, and thlti thie preasntivillala thea smort'.st anuatinl Casvion wIne have yet witniessed in Qia.enshliid. In aecardance with tlih pranise w. maidtc on ai flra's'r Ow,'ia'aio, we nv nw ipi'oeed t taike a hrihf glance lit Ihe estimantes far 1863. T'rhe itbens eaiaact'dl with tlih dal;rtiiment ,lf public wonark hIav<' hlten pjasse, as rit'corded iin the Queenslnnd.Times a f then8rd instant< aitil the r.ii?anii<er will tie Ibunid in our pr'eseit issue. The fllh)wig nlterations hliave beeni male in tihe' propo...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. REPORT OF THE BOARD OF GENERAL EDUCATION, FOR THE YEAR 1861. [ABRIDGED.] To His Excellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of the Colony of Queensland and its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c., &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

PABLIAMEITARY PAPEB. BEPORT OF THE BOARD r'F GENERAL EDUCATION, POR THE YEAR ~16L . A[AsBBoeD.] To His Excellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinaisihed Order of St. Michael and St George, 0:ptain General aid Governor-in.Chief of the COlonv tf o ?' Queetlndlandad its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c.., &c., &c. Mix ST PLEASE 705r EXCCIuEsrCY.--We. She Board of General Education in Queensland, beg to submit.to your Excellancy the fllnwing RLrpct ,I the Schools under our supervision, tnoetller with a statement of the expenditure, for the year 1861: scHOOLS IN nPER&TION. At the commencement of the year ?e had ,nly four schtals in operation, attended lay 493 puoiil': on the 31st of December the numlber o1 schels under our supervision bad increased to ,leern, the aggnrgate attendance of children beitg 1368, or an increase of 190 per cent. from the date if our Ilst Report. In the following list, the schols open...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

. AMIYEIlUA. The Congress of the Confederate States have rA . solved to npen their ports free tod every ntion eX cept the Nori?hern States. The "Emily St. Perrfe." en En.glih ship, from Calcutta, was captured by a Federal war-steamer off Charleston; but her captain, with the nssistance 5sf his cook and steward, succeeded.. in recnpturing her from Lieutenant Stone and his prize.crew of sixteen me..

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

CATHOLIC CHURCH. WE are indebted to our crtemporary, the North Australian for the following report which we consider of such importance as to be w.rthy of that extensive circulation which it can only receive through the columns of thin journal. We must any that we are very much disappointled in our eixpectatio:,s respectng Dr. Quinn th- Roman Catholie Bishop. From what we had heard conmcerning him, we were !ed to believe that under his rule mtoch of that sectarianism and bigotry to which we have been subject in this town would disappear, anil that there would be mcreunion than hithertn. The attack made on Mr. Garry, howevero, bhows titt we are mistaken in our expectetiors,i and that every hood of union must be aaciBfieed for the good of the OlChrch, ol which Dr. Quinn is the head in this cnlony. The bigotry displayed in the matter of the Grammar school was notoriously on the side of Dr. Quinn's people, as that uentlemanr may learn iy a perusal of the papers of the. day. There was hu...

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CONTINUED GOOD HEALTH OF HER MAJESTY. EXPECTED MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS ALICE. DISRAELI ON THE FINANCES. MR. GLADSTONE ON AMERICAN DISMEMBERMENT. ANOTHER NEW WAR ENGINE OF TREMENDOUS POWER. GREAT SENSATION IN ENGLAND AND EUROPE. SUSPENSION OF THE BUILDING OF WOODEN SHIPS. STOPPAGE OF THE ERECTION OF FORTS ON THE COAST. LORD PALMERSTON ON THE OCCUPATION OF ROME. RUMOURED WITHDRAWAL of the FRENCH TROOPS FROM ROME. RETURN OF DR. RUSSELL (the Special Correspondent of the Times) FROM AMERICA. FEARFUL DISTRESS IN THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICTS. TRIP OF THE "GREAT EASTERN" TO NEW YORK. TERRIBLE CONFLAGRATION & DESTRUCTION OF 30 HOUSES AT FALMOUTH. RICHES OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. AMERICAN NEWS. OPENING OF THE CONFEDERATE PORTS CAPTURE OF AN ENGLISH VESSELS BY A FEDERAL WAR-STEAMER AND RE-CAPTURE FROM THE FEDERAL CREW. GREAT BATTLE AT CORINTH. Loss of Fifty Thousand Men. DEATH OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL AND CAPTURE OF FRDERAL GENERAL. THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINA. RETIREMENT OF FEDERAL ARMY FROM MANASSES IN DISORDER. RETIREMENT OF THE CONFREDERATIES TO RICHMOND. ADVANCE OF FEDERAL ARMY OF 150,000 MEN ON YOUR TOWN. NEW TREATY BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA ON THE SLAVE TRADE. SLAVERY ABOLISHED IN COLUMBIA. REDUCTION OF THE FRENCH ARMY. TOUR OF GARIBALDI THROUGH ITALY. Sydney, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862

CONTINUED GOOD HEALTH OF HER MAJESTY. EXPECTED MARRIAGE OF TRE PRINCESS ALICE. DISRAELION THE FINANCES. MR. GLADSTONE ON AMERICAN DISMEM BERMENT. ANOTHER NEW WAR ENGINE OF TBE. MENDOUS POWER, AND GREAT SENSATION IN ENGLAND AND EUROPE. SUSPENSION OF THE BU[LDING OF WOODEN SHIPS. STOPPAGE OF THE ERECTION OF FORTS ON THE COAST. LORD PALMERSTON O.?L fE OCCUPATION OF ROME. RUIOURED WITHDRAWAL of the FRENCH TROOPS FRoMa OMaE. RETURN OF DR. RUSSELL (the Specli Corres pondlent of the Times) FROM AMERICA. FEARFUL DISTRESS IN.I THE MANUFAC TURING DISTRICTS. TRIP OF THE "GREAT EASTERN'" TO NEW YORK. TERRIBLE CONFLAGRATION & DESTRUC TIONOF 0 HBOUSES AT FALMOUTH. nICHES OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. AMEJICAN NEWS. OPENING OF THE CONFEDERATE PORTS CAPTURE .OF AN ENGLISH VESSEL BY A FEDERAL WAR.STEAiMER, AND Ri-OAP TURE FROM THE FEDERAL CREW. GREAT BATTLE AT CORINTH. Loss of Fifty Thousand Men. DEATH OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL AND OAPTURE OF FEDERAL GENERAL. -THE CAiPAiGNIN VIRGINIA RETIREMENT OF FEDER...

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