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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 18GG. OUE NEW YORK LETTER. TIi Ponlftn Central Connell--Crlmlnftl tlttrfl Arret mt Kali road Tlilv Iatei-MClaa; UbMW Corpa C Slav. tltl, EWs. Special Correspondence of The Evening Telegraph. New Yens, January 2. Tho weather Is perfectly awful to-day. No thing but mud and slush. - The news from Europe creates some excite ment here this morning, owing to the announce ment of another raise In discount by the Bink of England, consequent upon the decrease of bullion. Tbe txlal ot Salvador closed, last night, with a verdict of guilty ol niiiraor in the Hrst cleeree. Gonzales and Salvador will be sentenced by Judge Gilbert on Saturday next, at 10 o'clock. Quite a number ol our fashionable folks lolt In the early trains lor Jour city to-day. They will attend the Coterie Carnival to-night, at the Academy of Music, in spite of the woaiher. A meeting ot the stockholders of tho Colum-, bian Marine Insurance was held yesterday afte...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 January 1866

THE FREEDMEN'B BUREAU. II Opra(li la Hot-tin Carolina Re port ef CommlMloitr Wmuionoy Exemplary gjouUuet of tb rracdmin. The following in the report of the Assistant Oommieeloner of the Freetlmen's Bureau for . North Carolina for the quarter ending December 31, 185: Bokrau of Rkfugeem. Frekdhen. and Ahaw domed IiAnds, lleatlquarters AssiMtnt Commit turner, state of JSortn varo'ma, Kuleigh, N. C January 15, 1800. Maor-General O. 0. Howard, Oomminioner - General: I have the honor to tranamit herewith raj report of the various operations oi tbis Bureau tor the quarter end ing December 31, 18G.". The figures and facts rpeak so plainly lor themselves, that I need add out very lew remarKs. Detective as our oreanl tatlon is in some respects, atlccfpd by its de pendence upon, and subjection to. nthpr Branches ol the War Department, yet having got established, and its machinery put in motion, it is aoing its wont wna vigor ana success. Many ruugi-s biiiuuk mj puuuniiuaie ouicers nave been ca...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 January 1866

' ' -' A JM-areM' Weddlnj? Clothes. The weddinv nufflt.nl thn Prlnnoaa ALvan4rln ot,Pms?la, who ,u rpcentlr rnarried to the Duke Frederic William Nicholas of Mccklrnbcrg Schwerln, was ' arranged for ' lnspoctloo In some of the apartments at tho Royal Palace at Berlin. In the first apartment were tho travelling trunks and boxes; the second chamber . con tained the Princess' slippers, shoes, and boots, In all colors, and also a great number of colored" silk and white stockings. On ono particular IaU. 1 J . . . ,1 i J 4V in wuici in uuui vi rne wiiieiow, were tun wnunrr material-?, and tho usual toilette requisites, soont Doitins, Dnii ues, etc. in me nan 01 mirrors adlolnlng, the linen was arranged In three divi sions. On the right was her royal highness' travelling; bod, trimmed witn white and blue Bilkhaneltips Intermixed, and a blue silk coverlid. In another part of tho room were tho sheets (four dozen in number), the towels and napkins (twenty-lour . dozen. of ench), nicely arrane...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 January 1866

8 SPAIN AND CIULI. Tb flaf snat-o t th fUeainahlp ,ntrn Tti Formal Cnaiialat sued tb.)I.ibe f i(tiBlla-Ii b "Met!-" . Valllaa Veaael T J?rm tUNtw Tork Evening It, Ulh, There is ronch eicltcment to-day among the Ppaolsh and Chilian authorities and merchants in this city, and their sympathizers, respec tively, concerning the steamship Meteor, whose seizure, on suspicion that she was to enter the Chilian service against Spain, was reported ' yesterday. Ihe vessel lies at her wharf in South Brook lyn, with steam tip, and at an early hour this Alternoon her engines were working. 8h was, . however,' in charge of Deputy United States Marshal Davla, and cannot go to sea, though' he was regularly cleared at tue Custom House . yesterday, alter a lull examination, which showed that she had nothing ot a suspicious . character on board. She is, as already reported, a very fine vessel, perfectly adapted not merely for use as a priva teer, but as a man-of-war. Having been built to catch and captur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 January 1866

1 ' ft H VOL. T No 23. lIIILA-DELTPIIIA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. , . . ,.' - , . " ' ' ' ' EUROPE. THE REVOLUTION IN SPAIN. FENIAN OPERATIONS. TERRIBLE SHIPWRECK3. Important News from Asia, Africa, and Australia. Eta, Kte Ett., Ktc., Kt. ., I4u, Etc. DEVOLUTION IN SPAIN. Madrid In n Nluw ui mk l'error of the Government The (umu Aavlawl to Mrtuntii lu "rict ViMnry or tile Iii mirKeut IeueMe Aur of tbe RitiuK, Eie. M'rt m the Liveriool Mercury, January 10. Private advices 1'rom Madrid (the telegrams eem to be almost unreliable) state that the Government is undoubtedly in srreat danger, and that the progressi'tas entertain confident expectations oi the success of the revolt. The Government, it is alleged, does all it can to pre vent the transmission of alarm inn telegrams to Other countries, and in other ways betrays a consciousness of the critical state ot atlairs. Qui en Christina, who was on her way to Madrid when the insurrection broke out, was stopped ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 January 1866

THE DAILY E7KNING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 18GG. YORK TRESS. : 1 Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COM TILED WERT DAT FOR EVKN1NQ TELEGRAPH. How Toil (Is Bless Farmers. From the Irilnint. Will not American furmers give earnest heed to the following tacts and Amires, allowing their Interest in molntulnlns such a tariff on foreign manufactures as ,' will build up and secure to them b profitable aud enduring home market?; The Cambria (PciiDsylvania) Iron Works paid in three jears, tor salaries, wages, and contract work, as follows: I860 JI917 05SD1 1H4 1819 80 82 1806 1,536 83024 These tigurc are taken from tho returns rn tdo to the Internal Keveuue C'oiniiunsioiiors. Nearly every dollar ot Ihobe thrup itnroenae sums w4 expended tor the nupport of single laborers aud laborers wlih families. See how largo a portion ot the money went direct y to turmerj. The Su pcrinttnatLt of the Works, in his reply to the iu terr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING .TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA,, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 186G. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. R MAMiFAcnmma Interests. The. ac'II tiei a II or (led by the eastern boundary ol tin city of Camden have attracted to this point n li rut manniHoturlrig capital, which Is employed In Tarioos branches ol that development of indus try. The banks of Cooper's creek are hiah, and ttie waters deep, sufficiently available for vessels ot large size to ascend with mntcrtals used. There are cobult and chemical works, Iron foundries, machine shops, rolling mills, co;ton factories, and other ninnutactorics, all of which are In Bucccssiul operation, and employ a large num ber of workmen. Almost every hour of the day huge waaon&, drawn by still art horses, and loaded witn trie different product ot these hives of industry, or with tho raw materials used in these manufactories, are sen trundling lone the strools, indicating that a large an t profitable business Is thus carried on. 80 many Hdvantnges ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 January 1866

It pvblithcd cxny afternoon (fhmdayii excepted) ot No. 108 S. Uird street, Price, Three Vents rer Oopy (Double fflcrt), or Eighteen Cent Per TTecK, t ayabJe to the Carrier, and mailed to fubscrilicis out of the city at Nine DoUart Per AnfMtn One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in adea ice for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Adveriiticnwnts in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to jour offloe not later than 10 o'clock each Morning.' FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1RG6. The Sunday Question. Ws Bald, in a previous article, that, la de fending the Ciirls ian Sabbath, wo did not la rrnd to attack par leu'fir abuses of it, whetbor now pract nod or only proposed. It is already profaned sufficiently, even in 'this ble33cd land, which God has so conspicuously distin guwbed by Ilia favor and mercy, to causo every good and truly loyal cltlzoa to depre cate, roost earnestly, anj Increased desecra tion of the Sabbath. Any movement, especi ally any popular or politi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 January 1866

THE DAIlA" fcYMIHG " !TM(JttAilI. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JAN (TAUt 2&, 18GG. PENNSTI.VANIA. I.RHISI.ATCRE. Nenate. IIarrirtiitro, January 28. Tho Senate Is not in aetslon, having adioiirned until Monlay. If on r Kvprenftatatlrea. Mr. Pcnnvpackcr called up the rcsoluliom ordering our thoussnd copies to be nrlnted of the speeches, resolutions, etc., ot the House, in reference to toe (icniti 01 president Liinooin, which were rejected yesterday, and now recon sidered. Mr. Feeeboro moved to print two thousand copies Instead of four thousand. Not agreed to, nd the original resolution was passed. Messrs. Kerns, Davis, Su-lner, Adair, Lee, Marks, and Kelly presented remonstrances against Sunday travel, and Mr. Leo presented a petit cn (row what was termed the "pious Dor tlon of the citv of the Twenty-thlrd Ward," in lavor of city cars running on Sundays. The late Klngot the Belgian, dlvilnd his huge private fortune into four purts. The first three are reserved for the three children, thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 January 1866

6 THE DAILY EVENING 'TfcLEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY , 2 G, 186G. ASSASSINS AM THEIR W.ORK. William of Orange-Full, particu lars of the Events W hlch Led to his Assasslna Jon-How the Culprit was. Executed. ' It vim the afternoon f the 25th day of Octo ber, in the year 1585 In the o!d dncal palace of Brabant, in the ay city of Brussels, a, newly rrctcd 8tce or p',,tform stood at the western nd of the creal Mil. In the centre of this tape was a aplendid canopy, erected ua a tem porary throne. Around it, on tapestried seat?, eat an assemblage- of dietaries, prave nmglj trates, and executive officers, arrayed in the pic turesque and brilliant uniforms peculiar to the ancient Ncthcilnnders. In the body of the hall a Krcat -multitude was gathered. All ware waltinjr the appeal anco of Charles V, their em peror, who was on that day to abdicate the throne in favor of his son, Pliiilp II. Thelock struck three. Charles V entered, a prematurely decrepit old man, with white and bristli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELlEGRAPII.li-rillljABELPIIIA ' FRIDAY, JANUARY '-2G, 186G. ' The Excepted Classe". The followlnff Is the list of persons excepted in the Amnesty Proclamation of the Tresidcnt, dated May 29, 18G5: "First. All who are, or shall have been, pre tended civil or diplomatic officers, or otherwise, doraestlo or foreipn agents of the pretended Con federate Government. ' "Second. All who left Judicial stations under the United States to aid the Rebellion. "Third. All -who shall have been military or naval officers of said pretended Confederate Government above the rank of colonel in the army or lieutenant In the navy. "Fouttb. All who lett seat In the Congress of the United 8tates to aid the Rebellion. "Filth. Alt who rcstfrned or tendered resigna tions ot thrlr commissions In the army or navy of the United States to evade duty in resisting the Rebellion. "Wxih. Allwhohave engaged in anvwayln treating otherwise than lawfully as prisoners ol war persons found In the United ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 January 1866

6 COTERIE CARNIVAL THE MASQUERADE OF JIOMUS! Brllllancy-Bcant? - Bewilderment The Carnivals of Old and our Coterio Carnival. ASCEKE OF SURPASSING SPLENDOR. ADOKNUEiYrS OF THE ACADEMY A Curious Collection of Cos tumes and Characters. PEEKS PROMENADING WITH PEASANT CIKLS. "The Lord or Misrule and the Abbot of Unreason" In Full Sway. FOUR BANDS PARTICIPATE, CLUDINC "GIDEON'S." IN TheMuslc-TheSupper-The Scram ble for Cabs. The Carnival, or Fastnacht, as it Is termed, J originated during iha sixtn century, and was continued under Tope Gregory, who originated the season of Lent. By degrees the Carnival was introduced into Southern Germany, while l)y the zealous generally it was denounced as an outrageous custom, because the first Christians during those days conducted themselves in a violent and turbulent manner. They would put masks on their faces, and dress as demons and ghosts. They worshipped Bacchus and Venus, and indulged in every kind of excess. The Carnival season lasted from Epip...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 January 1866

r HTWTF W(P TFP A WF1T -J Li JJLl dJLl VIlIJJ, 11 1.1 q H VOL. T-No. 24. PHILADELPHIA, SAT URDAY, J A.TJA1HY 27, I860. V DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. ill XI MJTi ! THE 1TENIAN FIGHT. Be-port by rl wnf y. lurennPTTNo oorbbspondusck in regard to Tan PCWCUABB OP ARMS AND AMMUNITION. To the tissue ot falsehoods uttered by B. D. Kl Han, with reference to the transactions mcn tl ned on page 3 of his report, I, as Secretary of W .r, can make no better reply thin to submit to t le Fenian Brotherhood the cmire correspoa tl rce between ray Adjutant-Gu.iural and Messrs. Jeaks and Mitchell, ot Philadelphia: BniDfimtrRO Armory, Fnir.AinxPHiA, Novera ber 1. II5C6. Colo el C C. levif O ar 8ir: Wo will take tilty thousand dollars in currency, lor tho seventy-five hundred rifled inunkoin on bund at our aimorv, ochvercd In ibis cur, witn bayonota in Government reflation cases, each holding twenty mutkets. Tbls offer to be binmiig on or for two men. Youra truly, Alkiu'.u Jknks & Son. New York, Novemb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 January 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Loading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED 1VKRT DAT FOB XVKMilO TBLKQ&APH Aspect of Commercial Aflalra In England. Jfrom tilt Timet. Some of the leading British Journals are enlaced In the task of accounting tor the docreas of bullion in the Bank oi England, which has ld to the eorlous advance In the bank rate of discount. It appear so unaccountable to some of the economists who are most deeply exercised in the premises, that their conclURion la that there most necessarily be a heavy falling off iu the payments Iron) this side for British goods. In other words, that the BritiMi exporter is doinc a heavy business on trust, and that settlements of our merchants are postponed to a dangerous extent. This is a summary way ot accounting for the decrease of bullion in the Bank or JOnftland; but it is qmto as fallacious as it is summary. There has never been a lime in the commercial history of the country hn pay ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 January 1866

THE I DAILY - EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1806. ) f V CITY, INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Inidiijince nee F.flh Page. ThkMakkkts. The quotations for to-day are almost the snrae l-t week. The whole sale prices of cattle and slurp have lallen, bat dealers continue to keep up ibeir rates: ' Meats roast beef, V lb VXaflA co- ned biet, t lb .It 18 " ruirip steaks, lb. '" , sirloin steaks, lb " smoked, if lb " porter-house steaks, i b. Mutton, lore-quarter, t lb bind " fin ' chops " lb . Teal, nind-qnarter, f 10 ..." .lore-quarter, Vlb . .. eotleti, lb Potatoes, w' lto, i naif pocs " sweei Foaltrr, fowl. V lb " spni v chickens, i id.. .. Sausages, 'lb Sheep lougucs, dozen , ....2226 ....80.n,36 ,...tU ....24u28 ....1214 . ... 18 .i 2(J ....2K22 ... .3IK"J26 ,...1215 ... .25t30 ....2S'23 . ...26 a0 ....) am ..1823 ,.22'i6 Report of tuh Wills IIosrrrAL. The thlrtv-lirst annual report of this iimtitutlon shows the expanses of the pas: year amounted to $12.304i8....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 January 1866

TUK DAILY EVENiNG TELEGRAPn. P1IILADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1866. faning tMttjtairtt Tt pvblistied every aflornoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 & Third street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements inaU of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morninq. SATURD4T, JANUARY 27, 1866. Loyal Utterances ot a Southern Union 1st The Need ol Such Representatives. There was delivered yesterday In tue House of Representatives a speech which sounds more pleasant to our ears than any of the flowery oratory or bitter Invective which has filled the Halls of Congress since the session opened. It was the eflbit of Hon. Samuel McKee, member from the Ninth District of Kentucky, who spoke with the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. I'GlLADELrniA, SATURDAY, JAARY 27, 1806. 5 FROM BALTIMORE TO-DAY. Xxeltlnv Nrrnea tt Annapnllt Mont gomery 111 air nil "hln t'rlaoil," Ho. Special Despatch to The Evening Telegraph, ' Baxtimokb, January 27. Montgomery Blatr, heading a committpo from the Anll-rejrWtry Con- Tcntlou, visited Annapolis yesterday, and asked permission, which was granted, for Mr. Blair to present the grievances of alleged disfranchised voters of Maryland before the members of the Legislature, which he did In a long speoch. ,A resolution was offered characterizing hlu course 88 Acceptive, Impudent, and .impertinent. This caused a very exciLlog discussion, In which Mr. Blair was roughly handled. It was charged that he had Bprung a trap upon the Union members In their absence from the House attending lm- , portant committees, by which al no he secured a vote allowing him and hla committee to bo heard. i Spa(n and Chill Proposed Purchase of the Iron Kara "Unnderberg." . We have re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 January 1866

! THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, i I860. M4 4tM1 All I II V. . . NW7 i . m I a NUMBER LII. Drrr for mkntal DYBrEmcH, and a cobb OR HY-POCHONDRIA. HT-POCRTBT, OB ANT COMPLAINT OP A 11 T ORDIE. BY OUIl 8KRIE3 EDITOR. ALMANAC AND MART. SHORT HBTRB-ILLOQICAt OB8ERTATION8 TO n THK Will Jannary. HaOy, 21. Board of Brokers fod bv 8t. Angus, tine t the Assembly Building. Towards the clot of the owning Wamray failed to keep the "gem'mcn (Ino in order," and Reddy, with bis organ, likewise ianed to organize the mae ins. There was a porloct flow ot good spirits among the members. Xsimliy, 2. Grandson of "Cornplanter," the Jndian Chief, and companion, visit Harriahurg nd address the State Senate in behalf of the interests of the lted man, the B ack man already occupying the gronnd at Washinvt in. The interest ot the colored folks at Harrisburg pi omptly attended to. Five hundred dollars and one gallon ol tire-waler immediately pasitd over, as was thoir other ioq...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 January 1866

THE IVY GREEN. BT CBARMiS DI0KBN8. Jjh( a dainty plaut li tha Ivy Green, i x um, crceprui o ct ruins oia I Of right clu-ioo food nre his meals, I wfren, . I lnaiR cell bo lone and cold. nhe wall must bo crumbled, the etone decayed, To pit' a lire his dainty whim; 4nd the moulding dust' that years have made, is a merry meal Tor htm. Creeping whore no life Is soen, A rare old plant is the Ivy Green. Past hytftleth, though he wearno wings, And a staunch old heart has he: How closely he twined, bow closely he clings , To his friend the huge Oufc Tree. And slyly be tralb'th along the ground, And bis leaves he Ronllv waves, As he joyously hugs and crawleth around The mould of dead men's graves, Whole acres have fled, and their works decayed, And nations have scattered been; Out the stout old Ivy nhall never laJe From its hnle and hcartv green. FhA l,.-o T-n r.A nl.nt ln if. Anir ' Rhnll fnHnn urtnn fhn nnut iVst olnlnltficl Vm i M ,1 I . . ...... ..I.. Is the Ivy's food at last. Creeping ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 January 1866

fflE MlLY EVENING TELEGRAPiEPniLABELPttlA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23. 1806. 8 NEW AMERICAN THEATRE. rift Appearance of W. F. Wallett, the Renowned Shakesperlan Jester, on Monday Evening, January 29, 1860-The Croat Event of the Season. MR. W. F. WALLETT Has had the honor ol being presented to Her MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN, And tho ROYAL FAMILY and COURT, and la thP recipient ot ttio following Marks: Golden Mpdullioti from Her Majesty the Queen, at Windsor Castle. GoWen Cross lroua the King of the French, at Claremont. Silver SnulV Box from Birmingham, at tho Gem Tavern, StoclhouHC Lane. Diamond King from Suetticld, at . the Amphi theatre. SiUerSnutf Box from the Flvlnir Horse Hotel, Notjnchain. Maeslvc Vase Irom Nnw Orleans, elven by DAN. IilCE, the pri'Rt American Clown. Splendid Service of Silver lrom Birmingham, at Binglcv Hall, John Tones, Esq. Diamond IUnir, at the Oueen's Theatre, Hull, Messrs. Wolt'enden and Melbourne. Had the Honor to be made a Member of the Corporation of H...

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