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British Lion (Newspaper) - June 29, 1867, London, Middlesex is No. 1. JUNE 29, 1867. 1^. 5F out For some months tlie addition to newspaper literature of a cheap weekly Conservative journal has been It was felt that the great of as enunciated by the party now at the of national are deficient in among the The design of the Lion has been matured by veteran Conservative and by business men long connected with the weekly and daily whose determination it is to render this a thoroughly efficient and instructive suitable for all ranks of the Pita the eminent Statesman at tie lead of the Government that his the in the is of the same by the advocacy of Truth and Justice throughout the length and breadth of the We aim at the promulgation of true Constitutional and useful information in a manner which will not provoke nor foment intestine Our notions of decorum is not in unison with on entering the discordant arena of brand their with the opprobrious epithets of Revolutionists and Infidel The wise which was mainly instrumental in facilitating ihe pacific solution of the Luxemburg and is long-continued agitation by a Reform fitted to the is not whose intemperate zeal ia akin lo the rodomontade of the and produces similar factious This of our policy we announced in our and then we Lave had practical proof of in the results of the injudicious proceedings of a now fruitlessly to forestall the British Lion as a cheap weekly ive What we is a fair field wherein to carry out a well-digested project for the of the great cause have at On becoming aware another was about to professing to be of a similar character to the we addressed a letter to the in order to preserve unity of from which we extract the following have been advised by several that after the proceedings at St. last the appearance of two Organs at the same time would that harmony which ought to exist especially at the present in advocating the of Constitutional principles among the Astonishing as it may common courtesy was not and we received no Many earnest leading have around expressing their dissatisfaction witl the and provocative of our and urgently counselling us to carry cut our By co they assert we cannot fail to receive the favour and countenance of all who desire a popular Conservative not a mark for folly to shoot at as it We identify ourselves with the Working Men's Constitutional and their collateral Co-operative the and General These associations are based on a sound and in way calculated to promote that unity of action which will to and physical L rules and prospectuses town in the receive The kept in ' effort will be columns to resist the encroachments and the success of principles in the election of Parochial and and Parliamentary J We shall display and strenuously oppose political who would totally remove the the and those neither the ability nor the them to the difficulties assign as the class or ' Our constant endeavour which and especially to impress on the that interests of all sections of the Jime 2,"..-The and the Their Ma jest ifw will he accompanied numerous Baron Beust 26.-The Left in the Hungarian Diet of their modification of the maintenance of the the of tho of the different general ' ' In sitting of the Lower House of the Hungarian Baron in reply to that after the recess the would - 2G, Emperor has conferred upon of Flanders the flross of Legion of According to intelligence from - pub by the the Pope would deliver aij announcing the convocation of a General The of Egypt will go to Dijon to meet the will then proceed to Several distinguished fugitives have arrived in in ofthe of the conspiracy ' M. iu the Italian Embassy at is to be sent Minister Plenipotentiary to June 2G.-The St. from New York on the has arrived here with 240 and iu - 20.-It. is announced that Count von Bismarck will henceforth occupy the post of Chancellor of the The will return to Berlin at the end of The Union Conference was opened in this capital the - ot - June 25-The Ban of Croatia is to be and in his In the the of said the Government that thing should be at the of The on the of previously be to the navy could from the arrived at Copenhagen The published in some of the Paris the and Denmark are about to visit Paris is without - George of Greece are in Copenhagen on the Gth ot ' June of. years in the of the and lie was pointed on the Chancellor of the the the tlie 33.-Tho in and who hM formed the nucleus of a national army in- the war apprehensions have appealed high court against the decree of them to leave the country in three It said that that decree obtained a strong of The Hanoverian all belonging to the number June 2.'>, of in to Stj the motion of and TiO suppression of the chief military commands and the reduction of the
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