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'k Wll,^rafch directly and indirectly exceeds in of our foreign trade, we muat have ootomercul stajpaUon. We cannot destroy the sinewe of trade and enjoy a good trade aleo: and eo long ae the money goee to the publican, instead ef to the draper, &o., so long muat our warehouses be overstocked, unless
this seems to be well-nigh hopeless.
Or all, the absurd notions that politicians in
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tion tiff calling a brigade of Indian troops into the Mediterranean will endanger our liberties, is probably tbe most ridiculous. It is ao ridiculous that one hardly knows how to meet il Depend upon It, that any English Government (allowing —for the aake of example—that Bedlam was governing us) wanted to coerce the people they would do it with a* English army. If that could not be trmsted "against the massds we may be wre the Sepays would be o£ little .good against both people and army. Certainly it is difficult to write with proper drcen'tfv of a man
prepoetaons A*serti6na be sets forth as solemn vwMW ' Ruwlewe, to fear for our freedom I bis colleagues In agitation, have of. speech to the very utmost '•Tgtfjpf .ucense in the last two years—and _*** bem' left most carefully alone I There ■rt' >ttt«eftes, both of Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Bright that it is hard to distinguish from .^:,:ou< lihele; and, under any other system our Engliab one, they would have so been treated. Tbe most shameful accusations ave been made against Lord Bcaconsfield, ith the most shameless indifference to e\ robability much leas to truth. These seen ons have received, at least, tbe tacit endor ent of the chiefs of the Liberal party. Tbi atementa have passed unheeded by their in ten. :d victim, and have certainly earned for tbeii ventors and propagators the contempt of tbi mod hearted portion of their countrymen.
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The soldiery in auesitba being as little of savant as the member for Binningham himself, ana i greet deal more civilised than some of bis con stituenta. As Russian Christianity consists ehieflj of making grimaces before horrid daubs that an supposed to represent tbe Virgin Mary, ant drinking bad brandy in large quantities on Saints
I read by comparison of either their belief 01 their practice with those of the Russians—wh« were Pagans, and ignorant Pagans, for more tbst two thousand years after Hin JosUn had deve loped creeds that foreshadowed the holiest o truths. However, »n their turbid eloqneno went (or nothing, and the common sense o the House of Commons gave the Government the noble majority of 121.
Exar, Rcssnx'a death *as announced on Wednesday, and that day's Journals duly chronicled his acts and deeds. No doubt most of oui readers are familiar enough with tbe facta of bii life, for that life was identified with Kngland'i Jiliea! struggles for many a year. As each
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—The following morsel from the .V«> Tori Tribune Martin Churslewit}:—
* Pleaded with without Inter-ittention, ae illoa. s have for makini
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the regular baa loses —The following ex1 tratlng the eurloua taate the Americas •• ne«i" out of people's private oonet.u. .
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Wednesday proposed ai
• spirits fell away from Mr. Fox, Ihelf ^
(r.feeble efforts to impede tbe Government fashion! Why even our" Soofctv" paper a hay. h.rdly
Vletoria, Brltli
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iig worthy haa departed to jom the majority! satin drew, richly ornamented, and tooKd
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during the Great Yfnr, all has been repeated c na-jjtam. So, too, baa the tale how when tl cruel strife was over, the Whigs took to tbemselv the.Uric of Reform the Great War had con pelted Mf. Pitt tb abandon, and whose wisdo and necessity the Llverpools and tbe Sidmoutl had not the wit to comprehend. But it was i when the 'prentice magician played with h master's spells. Half dreading tbdr own wot —bnt failing to see any other road to office—th Whigs called up the devil of democracy, an,
created (like Mrs. Shelley's FrankeiuUin)
monster who haa become their master and tyranl With Earl Russell the Whig party—as a party-has expired. The followers jof Lord Hartingto —if they are agreed in nothing else—arc unani mous in despising the principles on which Lor Rusaell based his political career. Moderatio and prudence have for them few charms, and i little do they share the love of country, nn sense of duty which—narrow and email as hi policy often was—gained for John Russell th trust of his countrymen. Peace be with him 1
Sir F. Psaaixs, M.P. — We have elsewhen noted the fact that Sir Frederick will dissolve hit political connection with tbe Borough at the close of the present Parliament. This resolution will be heard with regret by all but very ardent politicians. That gentleman enjoying a most extensive and well-earned popularity among persons of every shade of political opinion here. Daring his tenure of the seat he has never forgotten tbst he represents the Borough—not merely a political party in it—and has ever bad our interest;
done us very good
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Pmacm i# oo doubt eamwtly desired by mil Bog. liahmen, and in a much truer spirit than by those who would tmk, it at any price. At the same Ume that we desire peace, we desire a real and durable peace. A true peace—not a mere truce to enable Russia to repair her damages, renew her armamtnU, and organise a fleet of cruisers to destroy our commerce. At no time will our statesmen need greater astuteness or a firmer resolution than just now. Rosea and her allies will stoop to every trick fraud and cunning can suggest, to obtain such terms for her as shall cheat us into trust. She will be eagerly and heartily served by those base and degenerate Englishmen who, for years past, have Been her ready and eager tools. Some of these men are, no doubt, mere agents, thefr miserable service bought and paid &r In hard cash. With others, of coune, the motive Is either peHuw or by.
pocriay—the noble army of cantera being one and all ataunc^ allies of the Muscovite. But, ~ "irer their motives, whether roguery pure limple, or merely some indirect form of knavery, they are the very worst advisers that England can have just now, and their counsels "lave but one result—rnin and disgrace, a has attacked Turkey because the road to India, Le., domination in the East and West, she believes lies through Constantinople. In our own interests, in the interests of liberty and free-dom everywhere, it'is our duty to bar t
Liberal Two Hundred have done something. T-iey have ascertained, that Sir F. Perkins does not intend to stand again, and that a nomination to tbe beat cluM, in London Is now at their dis-posal. As to the representation of Southampton tbe Conservative party will have something to isy on that matter—and something we believe shat will be a good deal to the purpose. Of _,,sa.----„,.a



r Engliah, n
MINOR N. 0,TEg.
1ROMCLAD. ' into collision off Dover uk, atsd the other severely
Two German ironclai this (Friday) morning;
damaged, and e%peeled
THE EDIEBUEOH MURDER. Chantrelle was hanged this (Friday) morn

s of £8789, as tug week °f l**t T«ar-
e been mada for a regular si earn
">l* '.I®"0 Southampton
, jhus adding another ai
in the House of Cot ^ Tils Ox roan Lo
i Water Bill was read a third ti mons on Monday. ll ExA*i*ano«s —Pouthampi
■ad will continue for aei a total of 2,890 candidates, ovs, 362 junior gl,l«, 3W a


Mr. Lowe styled it in has already lost mai _
worshippers. As Ume rolls on we fancy ii less and less attractive, and «rC shall have the soli menu of English freedom better appreciated. W have selected from Am
"Mr. Sherman. Allowii the latitude .
political atril

lid sided over by the May,
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for years pees. 2o year, sto or so ho saortgmgtd tbe soil. Ury bit of realeattte he held In tblselty. amodeat two-story building. In which ho lived, to pay the exuenses of his can-------—"■—not only paid it
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dsy. JMtaway w,th the lead, kept It thmogh*:' amd won by about two minutea, a aomerhat similar time
SATURDAY, JUNE

Thb Staonatios is Taana aho tub Rsnuc-txo* ra Waaas.—Under this heading we have been favoured with a striking, paper by Mr. "Hoyle. Although we may not bo able to go the whole way with nim, many of his statements are so Important that they deserve the greatest alien-tion. We place the following extracts before our readers with much pleasure•
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the fluctuations t leans are liable, has been afforded by the unified stock of the Khedive of Egypt. In the winter all sorts of rumoui as to a possible deficiency in the inclination of the Khedive to meet his engagements, and these, coupled with ug hints as to Russia being able to establish a li on the revenue, brought down Unified to £ per cent. The interest payable — and alwa hitherto paid—we should say—was seven, and now six per cent. However, down to 27 th . were, and slowly and painfully recovered to thirty. Their value, or rather price, being influenced by the constantly re-iterated assertions that there were no funds to meet the dividends due on the 16th of last mouth. However, ss time crept on, money came in; at first a quarter dividend seemed likely j then, as more money was deposited, half was nearly certain, but—and this is the oddest part of the matter—within a day or two of pay-day, all the money was found, and three pounds interest wsi duly paid on every hundred pounds of stock. This '
who were so lucky as to have bought at " twenty-seven," have received three pounds as dividend.
them a splendid profit to hoot.
price which will give wi
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put In hla scrap bo, In It a wife ueeerl
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Osbt.—In aid ef the fund
the bad wea B. Shaldcre. Linford (3)
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biography of Mr.
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Ths ingenious gentlemen who have discovered
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the wild Irish Papists to coerce their Protestant subjects In England, have let their pens and their Imagination run away with them. There is no-
every mraterloue fashion ; but "ay oe trusted we In Eng.
H* runs as below .—
II. which the Uouae passed laat Thursday
o aaa, theagt half ibat a
of repairs, iv.'rr of _ _
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