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December 15th (search for this): article 9
Later from Europe.arrival of the Kangaroo The steamship Kangaroo, from Liverpool on the 19th, via Queenstown on the 20th, has arrived at New York. The Africa arrived at Liverpool on the 17th ult. China. On the afternoon of the 15th December, just as the English Cabinet were on the point of separating, they received a telegram from St. Petersburg, announcing that intelligence from Pekin, to the 9th of November, had reached the Russian Government; that peace was concluded on the 26th of October, and the ratifications exchanged; and that on the 5th of November the allied forces evacuated Pekin, and the Emperor was expected immediately to return to his capital. The rapidity with which this news was received caused some doubts to be thrown upon its authenticity, but it is stated that the intelligence was communicated by the Russian Government to Sir John Crampton, the British Minister at St. Petersburg, who forthwith telegraphed it to London. The intelligence was l
November 25th (search for this): article 9
chberg was about to retire from office. The Hungarian Conference at Graw was opened on the 18th. The Electoral law of 1848 was promptly adopted. Spain. A new tariff is to be submitted to the Clortes in January. Russia. The Russian Government has contracted with the Thames Iron Works Company, London, for an iron-cased frigate of 6,320 tons, and great power. Other vessels of the same class are to be furnished from year to year. India. The Bombay mail of Nov, 26th had reached Marseilles, and would arrive in London on the 20th ult. Business was at a stand still, owing to the resentment against the income tax. Exchange was higher. Freights were fully 10s, per ton higher. A new company was in course of formation in London for running a line of screw steamers to India. Brazil. The French mails from Brazil, with Rio dates of Nov. 25th, had arrived. Coffee was firm at 5-500a5-600 for good firsts. Stock 50,000 bags. Sterling Exchange 27.
October 26th (search for this): article 9
er from Europe.arrival of the Kangaroo The steamship Kangaroo, from Liverpool on the 19th, via Queenstown on the 20th, has arrived at New York. The Africa arrived at Liverpool on the 17th ult. China. On the afternoon of the 15th December, just as the English Cabinet were on the point of separating, they received a telegram from St. Petersburg, announcing that intelligence from Pekin, to the 9th of November, had reached the Russian Government; that peace was concluded on the 26th of October, and the ratifications exchanged; and that on the 5th of November the allied forces evacuated Pekin, and the Emperor was expected immediately to return to his capital. The rapidity with which this news was received caused some doubts to be thrown upon its authenticity, but it is stated that the intelligence was communicated by the Russian Government to Sir John Crampton, the British Minister at St. Petersburg, who forthwith telegraphed it to London. The intelligence was like w
November 26th (search for this): article 9
nt Richberg was about to retire from office. The Hungarian Conference at Graw was opened on the 18th. The Electoral law of 1848 was promptly adopted. Spain. A new tariff is to be submitted to the Clortes in January. Russia. The Russian Government has contracted with the Thames Iron Works Company, London, for an iron-cased frigate of 6,320 tons, and great power. Other vessels of the same class are to be furnished from year to year. India. The Bombay mail of Nov, 26th had reached Marseilles, and would arrive in London on the 20th ult. Business was at a stand still, owing to the resentment against the income tax. Exchange was higher. Freights were fully 10s, per ton higher. A new company was in course of formation in London for running a line of screw steamers to India. Brazil. The French mails from Brazil, with Rio dates of Nov. 25th, had arrived. Coffee was firm at 5-500a5-600 for good firsts. Stock 50,000 bags. Sterling Exchange
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