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STANDING ARMIES.

STANDING ARMIES.

ONE of the arguments used by Mr. BEECHER, in his speech at Exeter-hall, last Tuesday evening, to prole the necessity for maintaining the integrity of the Union was, that the separation of North and South into two republics will force the two Governments to become great military
22 October 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
. MONEY MARKET.

. MONEY MARKET.

THURSDAY MORNING. The Money Market presents a somewhat unsettled appearance, although the supply of capital is more abundant, and there is no pressure in the demand, but merely a moderately active inquiry, such as, from the state of the general trade of the country, might be exp
22 October 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Or VIZ BRITISH COLLEGE OF HEALTH,

Or VIZ BRITISH COLLEGE OF HEALTH,

Or BRITISH COLLEGE OF HEALTH, EUSTON-ROAD. LONDON. It is the only medicine that strikes at the root of all di seases ' Almost all the purgatives o f doctors are quite inefficient, and w e might in proof cite the case of Prince Albert and Count Cavour Which required such a Medicin
03 November 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GREECE.

GREECE.

ATHENS, Nov. I. King George arrived here yesterday at noon, and attended the performance of a To Dena?, immediately upon his arrival. All the ambassadors of foreign Powers were present at the ceremony. Great enthusiasm prevailed. VIENNA, Nov. 2. The General Correspondenz of this
03 November 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE AMERICAN WAR.

THE AMERICAN WAR.

THE most important news from the seat of war in America, by last mail, is not of a very decided character. General LEE, who had driven the army of the Potomac 45 miles towards Washington from its position on the Rapidan, and who was supposed to be meditating an attack upon the c
03 November 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MEXICO.

MEXICO.

PARIS, Oct. 31. News has been received here, via, St. Nazaire, from Vera Cruz to the Ist inst. Intelligence from Mexico to the 27th of Sept. states that the condition of affairs is favourable, that numerous adhesions to the French intervention are being given in, and that the or
03 November 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
"OLD GREENBACKS" IN OHIO.

"OLD GREENBACKS" IN OHIO.

(From the New York World.) Secre`ary Chase's tour through Ohio iS marked by a succession of flying though previously deliberated addresses to the people, four of which were made at Lawrenceburg, Greensburg, Shelbyville, and Indianopolis, during a late railroad trip from Cincinna
03 November 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NOBLEMEN AN]) GENTLEMEN AFFLICTED WITH GOUT.-1 Gentleman in possession of a speedy and effectual cure for the above painful malady

NOBLEMEN AN]) GENTLEMEN AFFLICTED WITH GOUT.-1 Gentleman in possession of a speedy and effectual cure for the above painful malady

will be happy to forward the recipe. Almosf instantaneous relief is ensured and a certain cure guaranteed in three days without the slightest injury to the physical system.—Terms SO stamps and a directed envelope. Address, J. SAMUELS, Esq., 17, John Street West, Thornhill, Squar
03 November 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Ely (*t. Manus's elynici

Ely (*t. Manus's elynici

(*t. Manus's LONDON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1863. NEW ZEALAND. Ir Mr. SMITH'S theories were to be applied to New Zealand at the present moment, that fair and flourishing settlement would present a spectacle shameful to all Englishmen and demoralising to the whole human race. We sh
24 October 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLAND.

POLAND.

BRESLAU, Oct. 21. The Breslauer Zeitung publishes advices from Warsaw, stating that the fire at the Hotel de Ville destroyed all the archives of the Secret Police since 1831. A new insurgent corps has made its appearance commanded by Baron Tlotz. SPAIN. MADRID, Oct. 24. 18,000 r
24 October 1863 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England