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HOW TO RAISE THE FRENCH FUNDS!

HOW TO RAISE THE FRENCH FUNDS!

do not know how far the further and more explicit declaration or manifesto of the Emperor which was given to the world in the Moniteur of the sth inst. will have the effect of dispelling prejudice, and causing people to look at the position of France with renewed confidence, but
12 March 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE Maidstone Telegraph.

THE Maidstone Telegraph.

SATURDAY, MARCH IS, 1859. Of the different classes of which society is composed in this country, none should be so much distinguished for their superiority of spirit ss the Ministers of Religion. Ruffled hut slightly with the cares of life, they hare every opportunity of studyin
12 March 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

BARMENGt. Kent County Lunatic Asylum. Comparative experiments were made at this establishment on Monday last, under tbe superintendence of Dr. Huxley, for the purpose of testing the efficacy of the Patent Gas Regulation. These machines were recently attached the gas-mains by the
12 March 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

SECOND EDITION. Vienna, March It. Lord Cowley left this morning at half-past seven o'clock for London via Prague. The saccesa of his mission is doubtful. LORD CLYDE. We hear that Lord Clyde cannot yet spared from India, and will not return home at present. There is every reason
12 March 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

Turin, Monday, Hi; It. An official bulletin, published yesterday evening, announced certain movements of the Austrians towards Nothing new has been published to-day. The weather continues rainy. Paris, May IS. The Moniteur contains the following telegramAutscandria. May 15.—The
21 May 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MR. JOSEPH STURGE.

MR. JOSEPH STURGE.

THE SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1859. WniLR the attention of society directed towards . the scene of contemplated bloodshed on the Coni tinent, we feel it our duty to turn aside for the I moment to pay a passing tribute to the memory , of one whose whole life has been devoted to the ameli
21 May 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Maidstone Corn Market.

Maidstone Corn Market.

Average Prices of Corn sold in this Market, in the week ending Saturday, April 30, 1859, as given la spec tor. QR- BU. SOLD JlT** Wheat 659 ...1675 14 6 ... 47 a 56 ... 50 I>4 Barley 20 0 ... 0 0 ... 33 0 ... Oats... 41 0 ... 54 0 ... 26 a 27 6...26 Beana 35 0 ... 73 1 6 ...39 6
21 May 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Our London Correspondent.

Our London Correspondent.

deem state that do not Identify ourselves with ourco-respoutent's opinions.), hear good .leal now and then the sweets otiice. Not many sweets are there just now Treasury benches must b.- strewed with thorns, the cup must a bitter one which Mr. Disraeli has to pip down. Never my
19 March 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE PEACE OR WAR QUESTION.

THE PEACE OR WAR QUESTION.

We observe from the advices received from all parts that the peace question is still undecided. . while the tone of the French papers does not tend to diminish the alarm caused by tne continued activity 1 displayed in making preparations for war. At home, also, considerable ener
19 March 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY.

AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY.

The New York papers are crowded with the details of most horrible tragedy which has taken place at Washington, the principal actors being Mr. Sickles, a member of Congress for one the districts of New York, and formerly Secretary of Legation to the American Embassy London, and M
19 March 1859 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England