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The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The steamer Euphrosyne was lost off Corroboree, while on her passage from Alexandria to Liverpool. The crew were saved. The Prince de Joinville is about to publish a pamphlet on iron-clad vessels, contending that they are vulnerable. Trade is very brisk in Paris, as is usual at Easter, when the country shopkeepers come to the metropolis fer new supplies of goods. A new comedy, by M. Arsene Housaye, has been accepted by the managers of the Odson, Pais. It is entitled Le Roi Soleil, and is satirical. Prince Ipeilanti, who, after the rites of Easter, is to marry the Princess Sina, has arrived at Vienna, from Paris. A man, or beast, in London, drank a pint of rum the other day, and then died. The deaths registered in London for one week were 1,252, which is 54 below the average. [from Punch] Toast and Sentiment.--Our ironsides — the navy and women of England. Naval Racing Intelligence--Britannia has entered her Sea-horses for the plate.