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REDUCTION OF THE RUSSIAN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

REDUCTION OF TUB RUSSIAN ARMY. A. . despatch Xrora Berlin, dated Saturday last, states that' intelligence has reached that city, from St. Petersburg, announcing that hy an Imperial Ukase; the Russian army is placed upon a peace footing.. ,It ig-iifr'thor mentioned that the troops in the Crimea will henceforth form two armies, one under the ccjmmand of Prince GrortschakoC, and the othiifr under Geaaral Luders. '

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

DRAYTOiN. [FlinM ODR COUBESPONDEXT.'] I wa« in hop-js of givinq; ,vou a lengthy report touching certain important mutters «« promised in my hist, but hnving been ko pressed for time, I fear thi fifliriii will linvfi U- be. dejiyed ior a f«w (lavs. i uudbrstiind that a Public Meeting will, take pi nee shortly at Urayton. «for.the purpose of con sidiiinj-onr local Avuuts; thin 'has been on the tapis for gome Umi! past, and. perhaps,' 'tia as well the suine Ims b^en dulnyud, in consequence of our worthy Oommi siinncr heinir expected daily in thss distrie't. whu, no doubt, will be ablti to afford us ux ulauations and. answers to many of our requirements. I -must here give a hint to some of my Draytan friends, urging Ujton tbem'the ncciasity of following ?ip the establishment of so laudable an iustitutioi) tli.iy hav.s lutely'midartaken to purfiirm. I oftun notice their secretary stan.liug mid shivering in the cold, waiting for members to attend their committee nidotiiigsf whose patience...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

TflE EDSSIAK IMPERIAL MANIFESTO. The following is a translation ofthe Imperial man ifesto, published at St. Petersburg, to Wiiwunce die signing of the treaty of peace ; — ' ? 'The obstiuate and sanguinary struggle which, for n'sarly three years, has subverted Europe, has .at last ceased. It was not Russia that commenced it. Even before it broke out, my late augrust-AtbiWuf impaiishablc memory, solemnly declnrcli' to Hits raitUful subjects, and to all the foreign powers. tb'Dt the sole object of his desires and of his efforts had been so to protect the rights of our coreligionists in the East, and to put an end to the pcrsccjitionf) to which they were subjected. A stranger to all in terested views, he never expected that hisfjust com plaints (reclamations) would have resulted in the scourge ; and considering its calamities with a deep feeling of sorrow as a Christian and as the father ol the people entrusted by Providence to his care, he did not cease manifesting his inclination iu f...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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RETIREMENT OF COUNT NESSELRODE. Hamburg, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

RETIRRMENT OP COUNT NESSELRODE. Hamhuri', Sunday. The' semi-official Dresden journal confirms the news. rtf -tlie retir^mant of Connt Nosselrofle from tin1 Russian foreign office. He is succeeded there by Prince Gortschikoff, recently Russian ambassador at the court of Vienna. Count Nesselrod? will still retain the title and office Of 'Arch-cbancellnr of the Empire.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. SITTINGS IN BANCO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

SUPREME COURT. Wednesdat, Jolt 2. Sittings in Banco. Before the Chi»f Justice, Mr. Justice Dickinson, and Mr. Justice Milford. MORTIMEE AND ANOTHEE ».. MOttT. This' -wjis a motion for new trial of an action for hreacu' of contract, wherein the plaintiffs had ob iamp-ra verdict with £800 dampen. The Attorney-General and Mr. Broadhurst sup ported the motion, and the Attorney-Gfeueral and Mr.' Pring supported the verdict. ?The breach of contract, declared upon was one taring: reference to the sale of a station and sheejj. which had been purchased at auction of the defen1 ant, an lithe question at issue was, whether or nottlv lefendant had rendered himself linble to be sued us % principal, upon a fsiilure of consiileration on pan if the real vendor. Thn station in question was om knowTi' as Tooincnl, in the Burnett district, which, arith 9.300 sheep, ' more or lass,' had been purchased in April 1853, for £1782 10s. Fewer sheep than these were delivered, but a proportionate allowance was...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. DISPOSAL OF CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

^JPlBIT OF THE PRESS. ?DISPOSAT, OF -i!MMIXAL8. (fromthe Daily Newt, April 6.) Government has granted, what we have through ?nt'wwtehded to be necessary, .a Committee or Ingntry Into the whole of die Important question— ' Wlw* afc --#«,. to ^o- with «nr adult criminals?' tto«BM(«tAi*Oo«ejit tobo^demiotclydealt with in ahr other way. It is Jieeetwltt jHtHcuitjes— ilffi«t«es€)f exactly that ^ass which a Porlih. tnentarr -3ommjtte* in alono wmpctonl to grapple, with. Whe debate 5pf Thursday night was eminent! WtUfactnry. -».-- evident that the House is fully «lt» 4x- the importance of a question ah the due detwinination of which the happiness and Morality of ti»e community «o very materially depends; . 13(WB was no nonsense talked, no display or party ?pirit msnifested, bnt on all sides * sincere and «an»st desire to arrive at an fihlightennd ana satis fcetoff aolotton of ? confewedly difficult and most Intoristing'iwohlein, , .» ; --r. ?' ' .??''? * 8r: the terms of Government amendme...

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THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA. Sebastopol, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA.. (Prom the Correspondent of the Northern Daily Time*.) Sebastopol, April 2. To-day the preat news arrived, and 'peace' was pronounced by the loud cannon's voice a. foil accompli. Perhaps one of the most surprising incidents that have mark®! this, the strangest war in the romance of history, has been the announcement of its termi nation. Hovr wrmld the armies (that age8 a^o) made this their battle-fieM). sprint; wftli amaze from their hidden .graves, could they know that the treaty of peace, limned in Paris on the 30th of March, wns formally proclaimed h^re on the 2nd of April. But We lire in times when the lightning is our postman, steam our coachman, and the sun our- portrait painter, ftn'd therefore nothing surprises us. At two o'clock to-day crowds might be seen assembling on the, hill thnt some call Coa^liearc's, and others Telegraph Hill; to -hear the official announcement of tho noirs. This hill is situated behind the Guard's camp, and overlooks the pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

C«B WOWH A.CBTBAUAK, twWIpS, Attj) GlMEBil ' 'AOTjraTBEil Pjinmifo -0mo«. !, ^t StreiJ, Ipswich, ? ? ms«to^:.A^rthiir,&^-:-;;. /' ? 't-BG to »nnomwe to the Inhabitants of Ipswicl X- and ibe Monftira Bay district generally, tha they are'preporea1 to execute «moU ty/-« Letter-pres I^tingieompriBinK-3awU. Catalogues. Circularf Oheqne-Books, Bill-Heads, Sheep Return*, Form wf Agreement, Prospectuses. Labela, Ac., with neat 9am,taap9iBy,fn& despatch. - . , . ? ??*?? ' ' On Sale, V. i''~U '?'. ? '? 'JBUBW. ReTUUHB, ... ' ?' ? ' . . ..:*'.?;.???./ - ? ? MB$- .?/' ?'-. ''r' ms^o^'MfB emj^~Ji.W)xats*T Tofts* ?::.;.: ' Hof]5j.,;iv- ? 80UTH BRISBANE,MOEF4tON: BAY. TJIEHLDf G, .gwtefql for Chit? 'patreiiage bitherl J? bnitowed nponbim, bej^ 'tdivifi&id^Oentltitne «f the Northern Districts,, who may not be_ aware - It, that they can obtain at the above-named Estal tehtaenteTeryreqnWiteAccominoaatioii. ? ?:?? }r^ ? -...- *?.*.. ^ j;; Williams. Lnneheons prorided upon *iie,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

STEAMERS BB&MfiQ AND HAW1C, jjglfMj Tax undersigned beg to notify t TUXTiM&jfcs^ tJl0y ^^ P«*pw.ft to^eceive Yfol ffflffBriSr **?? (°T trftn«nji«»!oiV t-! Brisbnnc 'CSkSSmBI Sydney, eitjuir by Stcwnor or Sail Vessel, at ratei w low as tlj charged by anyothor -party. _ ... THOS; BOYLAND ACo.,. Agents fob Bbbkeb *in- Ha1 Ipswich. Oct. 18th, 1855. -? STEAMER FOR BRISBANE. %f ^ga^a. The Steamer BREAD ALB*]!? JmWm_ larlyfcom Ipswich to BrjstMW^ ISwSB alternate day, until furtlrtir*Bfioe; For freight or passage, apply to Ips^teh.lOthMfcrch.lSSe. r SHEEP. ON TERMS. .^MHnMflF .W*yrsj- immediately, nbi $MmBRBSB9 FOUR THOUSAND (40C OHlHKfflr^' 8H13EP, on terms, 4o be-dep 'mi ^»r» ? tured oa a good jrun, in the Mo r^.&gss&kggj ton District. ; For particulars apply to the Enrran of thi-j joi »&1, or, at the Morttofl Bay Courier Office, BrisbSi ' Sheep tor Sale. SEVERAL lots of Prime Fat WETHERS i Bale Apply to WALTER OKAY & Co. Ipswich, 4«h July, ...

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THE BURNETT MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

'ME BrjUNETT WATT. TJte Public are hereby informed that the abor* Mail will, from *td after the 1st proximo, be d« aprts^edmJftWtVe as follows:— - ~~4^,- :?? ? To leave Ipswich 'xmy. Wednesday at 1 80 *,il» arrivini'atthe ^Burnett Ihnon TKursday at a - p.it.; and .on return to leave the Burnett Inn on Sundays at 8 A.M., arriving at Ipswich on Monday* at 6 p.m. ???-.-? B. GILL, ' ' Poftnuiit^r Post Office, Ipswich, 19th July, 1858. , ,

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

0 OMWEECIAL EEPOET. Trade bat' been Very dull during the last fry days, and we hare nothing of importance to uoticii'. beyond the arrivals of produce. . ' *: ' The following produce has been received since our last and forwarded for shipment, viz.:-»From Messrs. W. Gray & Co.'s stores— -1 bale wool, FRj 15 do, FR ; 70 do., K&BI ; £6 do., JC with Weranga under; 4 bales skiiw, Turner. From Messrs. Thos. Boyland & Co.'s stores— 63 tides, XI cavks tallow, 10 bundlea - skins, ?,bfle» do.

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. We have news from Melbourne to the 20thiiret. A Husband Shot bv hm Wife. — An inquost ivas held at the station of James Brown, Esq., Avenue Ranges, on the bodr of William Oochrnne, n sheep farmer in the iicighbourhnod. It appeared that the deceased, who had left with a drny and a flock of shucp for Adelaide, a short time before the occur rence, had returned in consequence of tlie missing of his bnllncki;, supposed, us he finid, to hnve gone homewards. On arriving at his station. Its disagreed I with his wife, and attacked her with nhn miner. Tbo I next day he renewed his abuse, nnd, with a rope in 'one hand and a hammer in the other, swore tlmt he I would mike clean work of it. She then went and js tcrcted here Of and her children under the hod in her room, and on buitig -discovered a struggle en sued, her husband dragging her' by the leg from her hiding-place. Iu this struggle, a pistol which she had in her hand went off, nnd by its discharge her husband wa...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

LAND SALES. PnrMimit to notice, n sale of Town Lota of land in tji« parish of(!huwar. North Ipsn-ich. tiiok plncc at Hie Court Hnuso, on Kridny last. The attendance was good. Mud most of the .-lUntnu'nt*, although not by hiiv iiinaiiH mi a first-mtv situstiou, and destitute of wwtur fronttigps. sold Iipvoii'1 the upset price of £100 p«r acre. The result of this suJe is evidence of th;- confidence of the pitltliti iu rim futuru prngrcsH of this thriving und rapiiily-incrcaHin; towiit The fol lowing is an account of the g:ile :— Tows l,i-TS. l-ot. B: T». l'urchMer, ? Amount. 1 « 32 Rnlwrt Raymond £:U 0 fli 2 10 U-di.;it.J. -Jray ; , 25 0 0 3 I 0 DmuerCnlliiis 25 0 '0 4 I 0 snme , 25 0 0 5 I 0 Walter Gray & Win. Craies 27' 0 0 G 10 same ? 2S 0 0 7 10 SHiue 25 0 0 8 0 M . 'same , ??.?.,,- 60 0 0 fl I.O-S2 same . r... .-. (SO ???0 0 10 0 8* ?'? same . '.. 29 0 0 11 0 32 James Borthwick 20 0 0 12 0 32 same . - 41 0 '0 18 1 0 H. J. -Jrav . 25 Op. H 10 Robert Jeffrey 25 0 0 15 1 » W...

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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

DltAA'TOX [FUOM ODU {SOHHESPOJJnEST.l On Friday, the lfith instant, a meeting of the Provisional Committee for the Establixhmctit of the Droyton Benevolent Asylum, was held at the Court House, at 8 o'clock, p.m. Present— Messrs. Glenuie, Lard. Mehan. Scanhvu. and liavenseruft. Moved by Mr. Lord, seconded by the Rev. B. Glounie,— Tiiat Mr. Stephen Mehan do take the choir, , . The Secretary, Mr. Ravenscroft, reported to the Chairman the circumstance of tlie postponement .of the public meeting that was to have been held on the 11th instant for the purposeof receiving the report of the Pro visional Committee, as also to adopt cer tain rules that were to have been framed prior to that meeting ; that the postponement arose in consequence uf many persons being unfortunately absent on im portant business, as also others confined through indisposition. ? ? Tho Secretary also handed to the Chairman certain rules that had been kindly drawn out by the Rev. Mr. Dove, tbr the Benevolent Society a...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DARLING DOWNS, AND THE INHABITANTS OF THE NORTHERN DISTRICTS. (Per favour of the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DARLING DOWNS, AND THK INHABITANTS OF THE NORTHERN DISTRICTS. (I'er favour of tiie Sydney Morning Herald.) Gkntlemkn, — I regrot to see that the gentleman ' you have choscu to represent you should have such singular notions as to the best means of advancing your interests. Mr. C. Irvine is reported in the papers of to-day. to have said, thut tlie railway from Newcastle ?'should not merely extend to Murruruudi, but should be carried ou to the Darling Downs — there could' bo no separation then.' How any person at ill acquainted with tlie country could make such a proposition kccuis to me quite inconceivable, seeing chat the Darling Downs are within .sixty miles of a iiavigu'ole river, aud that the obstacles to be over come in constructing a railway from tlie head of die aavigation of the Brisbane to that district, arc scarcely worth mentioning, compared with thosi which will prevent tlie completion of that gigautic srork lie proposes for half a century to come. ...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

LOCAL AND l-0HESTia': Bbkach of ?jn£ MASTEas* akd SBBVANirs' Aor,^- Attbe Police Office, on tbe J8t3i instant, ^ -Jerjuiaii, uariied Carl Soide, who hatf been apprehend«rby ihc Chief Constable, Was brought before theBenyi, ehargbd with having absoouded from the Jiirftd service of F. W. Bigge, Esq., of Mount Brisbane, «m tho Oth instant. Mr. Bigge stated, that «ie' defendant had left bis service at the time inentionedt without giving notice, and without bis permission, the term ~ of his agreement not having expired. A hut had been burned down in consequence of the defeii3antv« negligence, and his conduct had been nniforinlySftd ? during' the tinio be had beeu in his service. Tb* defendant, moreover, was Indebted U) -him the sum «f £22 5s., which fact, coupled with his .misconduct, called for severe punishment, as a varuiug to others who might be guilty of the like offence. Tlie M-^»- trates took the name view of tho ciiAe, and sentenced the defendant u- be imprisoned lor three nipqjd...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Tht Editor wiskrt it to be understood, that leMle every reasonable latitude will be aUowtd, lie does not identify himself with the opinions expressed in the tbftrespolid tnee published in this Journal. All Utters which appiar under thin tieading are written by piirt.ict en tirely unconnected with tht management ofiht Paper.] Eton Vale, July 17th, 1866. Sin, — I nave now received a seoond letter^ from pur representative, Clark Irving, Esq., relative to the land question, whieh I hope you will be kind enough to publish in yoni- valuable journal. Sine* last I wrote you, I have set on foot a me morial to his Excellency the Governor-General, pray-, ing that he will cause to be placed on the estimates ?f this year the sums of £1000 for a bridge over Lockyer « Creek, at Gatton ; £1000 for a bridge over Lockyer's Creek, at Helidon ; and £500 for a bridge it Lwilley. Should we be fortunate enough toobtaiD this, there will bo no difficulty in getting up and down from D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

,', '-?''.- rare tfOMTa Australian is Ipnb'U6bede-ery«TueBtUy morning, and forwardeel toeou^y,«)ibMHbeJ-s1tytl|fttaay'»inaU, i::''JC ; v\\ --v^t' '??1*w4:' ' '? ' ' ? . ;. F|er qnarter.tin advance .... 4-s. Sd. W Pwqttartcr, credit ^...,.. 'js.*! Single; ntraibeiv sixpence. ' The Quarters will termi nate *n *iie «lBt March, SOth June^ fcl'th 8eptein- fteV, KOdSlst -December, at which periods only can resijjnaflon be TCCeived. No orders for witlidrawal wilPbe attended to unless giveu iia. w-rittng, Nwr subscribers 'will be clurgcd Irom the dato«f icom toencihif thflir Bnbscripfion; ' . : ??;=--;' .'f Advertisemetit* will be charged «* iiw j»t« ;of - Six-. ,» ..f.;.^,#,.., ,:...., ,».^.-.^Vfr;-'. : ' 1 .'Eighty ?..?:;:. .,.'.,./-..,.-i.-.-'$,}rfM .i - TmWSaaiief oftasertiphEjttnst be written on each . kdvertiBemeift, oFtbey willtecpntUitied Mntil«i-iui- termand-^iendch*gcd accordingly.,' ,| i; '-,;;'?' 'i AU Orders aWGomu^ic*tioa»iol|-e^Ot to 4b*. EDtTOB, or to Hessrs. 13. JUupijtA't ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

smmmmTmffimm. ARRlVAt Jnly26.— Sliamroeki eteainer, 250 tons, % 3. W*r nur, commander, from Syahtjy oh tlio 22ud instarit l'assHiigeni-i-.liijv. Mr', aufl ifiii Wattiker faffiS1 and servant, the (2) Misses WinsbipiMr.J.Erijaana} ?JJr- ^^%^^^^,4^|psli&:lfr;a*|£^; pastor Catton-4 iu tiie .stejjrage and ponstotleU v,i ? ;, -1': '- ^EPARTUftEs: '.'-:a :?:*?-??*??.: July 23.— B«omeraug,*team6r;s4006-ns,O'ReiHv for Sy^aeyiiPaps^rs^Mr. S.:»euau; IB./ &' Bartluy, ,Mrr ;A WJvor, JtfrJtohertl'ooth. MiL.Ga ana «'rvi«it,Hii& thirty-foiir H 'Sie Meerturfc '*?F%2- for Sydney.^ ^ . .. .'?/.';'?'? '??.,..: -'?;::^'!^' salts -do: irtigai; -fi^SSests iea.*F.?M^kw^iME Drysdale ;ttMMb fn^Kemisl^i^iiBalk-^iBV If-!|se suudrites, I bundtedp^^L^BrHi*- -%«ftiaig$ sine 1 bale leather, froll, Will ; ^aok^^outato^ ing wool press. Goggs; 1 parcel. Rev. E. Qriffltha ? 1 ciisd. Gray & Co. ; 1 do., Heussier; 2 do. seeds 1 do. fruit trees. A. J. Bookings; 1 do. Hospital I bale paper,...

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THE CONDITIONS OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

THE CONDITI0K8 t)F i'EAOE. : The entire conditions of ^the peace are now offi cially made bhown, and satisfaphon 1b not iucreased withtttTOpa^ti^ibyieaijt:;. :,: ,:T. ,..; s Oenhaiiy Is jsertainly the greatest gainer. It has dio Dfthiibe 6pon to its enterprise - commerciiil and poltticilviitHhchcelnth^t.3tr^Uon,'|isweira«ipoWer o'Vet' *lA' ^tlaVbnic races Of lUib. ' Snuth, of - which Baftia'kad ac^eliy deprtyed Avstria, haye been rfeconqfl6rfcd fprthe Emptrbi' Francis Joseph by the awftrds'IW-En^iand t;»nd FrahiJej al(d presentud to him byJth«victoH6Tis powers. For themselves they,; liaVe g»!h^ nothing, but ihey have given a new Jeose ofexlatncce to Tttrkey.'bf WhlbU there is evert rtaiou'toboiw *h*t && Turks wfll mike rrofitabfo qfatti'l ??«.?-.*TT .?? y-i- :'. ? '????? ? ? ?' ?'-???' ??- . ? -? i In another direction Russia scents to have sue' ceeded in her neBotiations in a yet more Important degree. She has so managed that the cession or territory iu Bessarabia, ...

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