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MALTA.

MALTA.

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. VALETTA, APRIL 16. The monotony and languor of our Council of Government was in some manner relieved at its last sitting, on Monday last, by an accidental sense of - duty on the part of the chief elective member, Dr. Naudi, who has at last spoken out,
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MILITARY AND NAVAL INTELLIGENCE FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.

MILITARY AND NAVAL INTELLIGENCE FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.

WOOLWICH, APRIL - 9-9, . This day (being Good Friday) was observed as a strict holiday at the Royal Arsenal, and dockyard, and factory. Mr. Richard Baker has been appointed foreman of smiths at the steam factory department of Woolwich dockyard, vice Smale, superannuated on a pen
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE VERNON DANTE.*

THE VERNON DANTE.*

There are two illustrious ever-living names which by the universal consent of nations are jointly regarded as the two great chiefs of our modern European poetry. These are Dante and Shakspere. The former preceded the latter by 300 years, and was not only the first of the great p
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE REPORTS.

POLICE REPORTS.

GUILDIIALL—Frederick Fisher, described as a clerk in a solicitor's office, was placed at the bar b.,fcre Alderwan cliaro.d with stcaiug a grey squirrel-for cat, wi' h gold buttons, value ,ElO, the property of Lieutenant Tracey. . ...--,. It appeared that the coat !n questicu had
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
should have half a laid than no bread. They had been told, as plainly as official reserve permitted, that Government

should have half a laid than no bread. They had been told, as plainly as official reserve permitted, that Government

would this year take off the war tax, and that would be a step to a total repeal of the duty. He would, however, above all things, impress upon them the importance of being united, and he could assure them that he would to the btst of his ability assist them. He would urge them
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MAPPIN'S ELECTRO-SILVER PLATE and TABLE CUTLERY. MAPPIN BROTHERS, Manufacturers, by Special Appointment to the Queen, are the only Sheffield makers

MAPPIN'S ELECTRO-SILVER PLATE and TABLE CUTLERY. MAPPIN BROTHERS, Manufacturers, by Special Appointment to the Queen, are the only Sheffield makers

who supply the consumer in London. Their London Show Rooms, 67 and 68, King Williamstreet, London-bridge, contain by far the LARGEST STOCK of ELECTRO-SILVER PLATE and TABLE CUTLERY in the WORLD, which is transmitted direct from their Manufactory, Queen's Cutlery Works, Sheffield
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
pURE CHINESE TEA.—The Best FAMILY in London at Ss. 6d. per lb., in lib packets ani 12Ib boxes. Also a

pURE CHINESE TEA.—The Best FAMILY in London at Ss. 6d. per lb., in lib packets ani 12Ib boxes. Also a

large collection of early Enamels, rare specimens of Jade stone, rock Crystals, old porcelain Vases, &c., at HEWETT'S Large Chinese Warehouses, IS, Fenchurch-strect ; Baker-street Bazaar; and Hong Bong.
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRAMPTON'S PILLS OF HEALTH. Price ls. ltd. and 2s. 9d. per box. This excellent Family Medicine is the most effective

FRAMPTON'S PILLS OF HEALTH. Price ls. ltd. and 2s. 9d. per box. This excellent Family Medicine is the most effective

remedy for indigestion, bilious and liver complaints, sick headache, loss of appetite, drowsiness, giddiness, spasms, and all disorders of the stomach and bowels; and for elderly people, or where an occasional aperient is required, nothing can be better adapted, Sold by all medi
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Now ready, at all the Libraries, in vols., A GOOD TIME COMING. By the Author of "Mathew Paxton." "A novel

Now ready, at all the Libraries, in vols., A GOOD TIME COMING. By the Author of "Mathew Paxton." "A novel

that possesses very great merit. The story is honest and healtby."—Press. "This new tale will greatly enhance the writer's reputation. The subject is good, and the tone in which it is treated so healthy that we shall be greatly surprised if 'A Good Time Coming' does not become a
23 April 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England