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FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Most intense curiosity is felt to know how it will be made to appear within the short space of five days that the arbiter of Europe has accomplished the Herculean task he has been working at so hard for the last month. M. Thiers is certainly now entitled to call himself a prophe
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA AND ITALY.

AUSTRIA AND ITALY.

VIENNA, July 26. The day before yesterday a suspension of hostilities for eight days concluded between Austria and Italy. A telegram received here from the Austrian commander in the Tyrol, dated yesterday, says :—" To-day the enemy, in superior force, attacked the Austrian right
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CURATES' AUGMENTATION FUND.

CURATES' AUGMENTATION FUND.

ONE of the commonest, but one of the most baseless charges preferred by the anti-State Church party, represents the i3yetem of an Established Church as a failure, because the present population of this country has outgrown the provision made for endowing the Church. On all hands
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LIST Or 0110I0E TEAS-BLAOS.

LIST Or 0110I0E TEAS-BLAOS.

LIST Or TEAS-BLAOS. I. The tined Lapeang Souchong, 81, a lb.--etrong burnt flavour. 2. The finest Atoning Congou, Be, a ripe Pekoe flavoured, very strong and choice. S. The finest Kyshow Cungou, Sc. a lb.—tho princo of teas, true Kyshow flavour. 4. The finest Assam Congou, 85. a
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BROMSGROVE SCHOOL.- At this School of much repute in the neighbourhood Pupils are prepared for Professional and Commercial life as

BROMSGROVE SCHOOL.- At this School of much repute in the neighbourhood Pupils are prepared for Professional and Commercial life as

well as for the Universities, ite. It is the object of the Head Master to combine accurate scholarship with the inculcation of religious principles in the doctrine of the Church of England. Pupils from this School have been singularly successful In Public Examinations, the names
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WHERE SHALL WE TRAVEL P

WHERE SHALL WE TRAVEL P

A large part of central and southern Europe being Within the confines of two hostile Powers—much less important for their territorial claims than for their mental antagonisms—free thought on one side and sternest bigoted dogmas on the other—the common route of the tourist is clo
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POOR-LAW AMENDMENT.

POOR-LAW AMENDMENT.

Tho House went - hito - c - o -- m • Mitie r- e - , - tin - c - 1 - 61 - a - M3 - o . 1 with an amendment was agreed to. Lord BINGHAM moved a provision for educating children in the religion to which they belong. Colonel IIooG opposed, and Mr, RZARDEN supported the proposition.
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHOLERA.

CHOLERA.

The number of cases received by the Dreadnought authorities on board the Belleisle continues to increase, such being entirely due to the evidently increasing prevalence of the disease among the shipping in the river and the docks. The latest information is that of two entries, o
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
set is about to be followed in the jewellers' and Parlous other establishments at the West-end. The object f )

set is about to be followed in the jewellers' and Parlous other establishments at the West-end. The object f )

f i the meeting o f M on d ay was to en li st l a di es genera lly on e side of the movement, and to induce them to resolve to impede it by b ecom i ng p ur chasers of goods, rectly or indirectly, a f ter one o 'clock on Saturday. v -, l ,;bie proc ee di ngs of the meeting were
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WORD IN THE HEART: Brief Thounina on Heavenly Things. By the Rev. E. G. CHARLESN ORM, M.A., Incumbent or

THE WORD IN THE HEART: Brief Thounina on Heavenly Things. By the Rev. E. G. CHARLESN ORM, M.A., Incumbent or

Acklatu, Yorkithire. In mall Bvo , 2a. cloth. SEKLEY, JACKSON, abcl HALLIDAY, 61, Fleet Street.
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England