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   Evening Star And Dial (Newspaper) - December 28, 1861, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY,  DECEMBER  28,  1861. ONE PENNY ROTA &   B        1/18 H    OPERA, , C Q VJE.HLT-GAKDIS. Unto MM W�#^iffjl^"L0CTa4PlMM>dMs.W. T3cpi' or The Maid and the Monster. V. Charha: MadHes. Herbftrt Catherine Locette. BBomer.   To �onohide With; THE BOAHDIHa 9GHOQL. Half-oast Seven. M S T R AND " THEATE E. OYAL . M ..... Lessee and Manager, Mr. Bwasboirouoh, sen. ___j EVENING, at Seven tfdoefc SrSfeKVATION" AND TIJRTATION. After which. A New Grand Christmas Burlesque Extravaganza, FUSS IS A NEW-PAIRqffBOOTS. Messrs. .7. Hoecra. Clarke, Turner; Mesdamea Ada Bwariborough, Saunders, HuJlS. Josephs. To conclude wfth THE ETVAL OTHELL08. t> 6 Y A L    S URB1Y     THE A T R E. I*. Lessees, Mbbbtb. Ssmnaaax�ai ditto  ..3  7  3 i 10 ditto 9 carats.. �1 11 10 8 ditto 7 ditto _  ,  6 ditto Gl j  5 ditto 0 | 4 ditto _  _  5� I  3 ditto 1 18 11 I 2 ditto �3 .3 3  0 2 2 16  7^ 2 13  1 2   f ivca digestion. Sold by all Grocers at Is. 4d. per b. T A Y HERS LOR     B R O T HOMOEOPATHIC COCOA, For price and quality combined, stands unequalled. Sold by all Grocers at Is. 4d. per lb. STILTON CHEESE, surpassingly line, from a choice of 1,000 cheese. Real Russian Ox Tongues, 21s. per dozen. - Family American Cheese, 6�d. per lb.-SHEPPARD B BUTTER, BACON, and HAM WAREHOUSE 88, Borough. S.E. each, package  n Bil!ii:esgate. Post-ortice FISH.-Sample baskets, 5s. eluded.  W. TIMS, fish salesman, orders payable at General Post-office. FLOUR, warranted free from adulteration, to any part of London (not lesB than 141bs.), carriage free.- Whites for pastry, at per bushel (501bs.), lis. Sd.; Households, rt-eonmiended for bread making, lis.; seconds, 10s. 4d.; Meal for brown bread 10s. 4d.-Address HOE8NA1LL and CATCHPOOL Bullford Mill, Witham, Essex, or 97, Goswell-road, City-road, E.C. Directions for bread making gratis. Terms cash. A half sack or upwards free to any railway station, 200 miles.     . . LENFIELD PATENT STARCH, used in the \JT Royal Laundry, and pronounced by her Majesty's Laundress to be. the Finest Starch sire ever used. Sold by all Chandlers, Grocers, &c, &c.   Wothersnoon and Co.  Glasgow and London. F.    THOMAS    A~N D    CO.' S  PATENT SEWING MACHINES. In these machines are combined the most approved construction as shown by fourteen years' exi>erience, ami the latest additions an improvements. For rapidity o� execution, accuracy of tinish, beauty, and strength of woik, they are unrivalled. The stitching produced is alike on both sides of the materia!; tbere is no cord or ridge, and the thread cannot be pulled out. Care should lie taken to avoid lunrhaeine spurious imitations, sold as beink' the genuine make of the patentees.-Lists of prices and specimens of the work can Vic had at 56, Newgate-street, City. liUBB'S FIREPROOF and THIEFPROOF SAFES. CHUBB'S DETECTOR LOCKS and STREET-DOOR LATCHES. Illustrated Price Lists gratis and post frey.- CHUBB and SON, 57, St. Paul's Churchyard, London. FIRE ! THIEVES ! FIRE !-GRIFFITHS, 33, Old Change, St. Paul's, has the largest assortment of Second-hand FIRE and DRILL-PROOF SAFES, by Milner and other eminent makers, athalfthepriceof new. Dimensions. 24high, 18 wide 18 deep. Price �2 10s. Sketches, with rices, free by post. BUPrc7.RE.S.-By lier.Majt*t>�R..ya! L-tters Patent. HITE'S  MOC-MAIN   PATENT  LEVER TRUSS, perfected and exhibited in the Great KithiUtiou, 1SD1. is allowed by upwards of 200 iirmvsstoua) � e the lest for Hernia. It consists of a .-mull and elastic pad, to which a lever is attached, and instead of the usual soft bandage, fitting so closely as to avoid detection, circular may be had, and the truss forwarded by post, on taimference of tht body two inches below the manufacturer, Mr. john WHITE. 22* Single Truss, 16s., 21s., 2t!s. (xl. steel spring, A descrimiv the hips Vein: Piccadilly. , and .'lis. fid.   Postage. Double ditto, 31s. 6d., 42s., and 52s. 'id.  Postage Is. s> Post-office orders to JOHN WHITE. PosWifficc, Pice the e sent THE DIAL,- From the commencement of 1W2, the DIAL Weekly Newspaper will be j.ut-.itfied by BAVNK and PICKLES, at 21, Catherine-street, Strand. THE   CAMBRIA   DAILY   LEADER, -The only daily paper published in Wales. Best medium in Wales for advertisements______     _____ GILBERT'S PARAGON BIBLE, 10a. 6d.-  Superior type, beet morocco, giit rims and clasp, beautifully illustrated with ihuminated titles (designed expressly for this book, by Samuel Stanesby) steel plates and coloured maps. A really handsome present. J. GILBERT'S 5s. BIBLE.-Good readable type, well bound morocco^ with rims and clasp. Beautifully illustrated with steel plates and coloured maps. A cheap, useful, and attractive present. Either cf the above books sent post free on receipt of stamp*, 2d. in the 1b. discount off all books Except the above. A SHOW-ROOM for Bibles, Prayers, Church Services, Hymn Books, and books far presents, of every description, all bo arr;uiBed as to be seen without loss of time to the purchaser. Loudon: J. Gilbert, 18, Gracechnrch-street, EC._ INIATURE DRILL ; or Indoor Practice for TEE Mm GOVERNMENT AGAINST IPX'SELYTISM. M I)' D1 put through the Infantry Field Exercise, all the formations, changes, points, positions of officers, non-oonvmissioned officers, fcc, kc.; with an explanatory key, and full instructions according to the latest regulations in her Majesty's Army. By Sergeant B. Clayton, 28th Middlesex Rifles. Price 5s, in box, exquisitely cut out and mounted; or 2s. in sheet. Dean and Son, 11, Ludgate-hill, E.C. ALADDIE and the WONDERFUL LAMP, more wonderful than the lamp itself; with real enchantment. Gorgeous effects produced on every page, in colour, gold and glitter.  Price 3s. EAN'S BOYS' OWN ACTING PUNCH and JUDY. New Moveable Book, with very large bold cuts, and astonishing double action movements. A never-failing entertainment for the young.  Price 2s. 6d.; coloured pictures. DEAN'S POPULAR PERFORMANCE of the GALANTI SHOW. New Moveable Book. An exact Imitation Transparency of that exceedingly amusing Exhibition, which has never before been adapted for juvenile use.  Price 2s. ISSOLVING PANTOMIMIC SCENES, from _ the PANTOMIMES. Showing the laughable pranks of our funny old friends, Harlequin, Clown, and Pantaloon. As when they sit down to eat the pork pie (by pulling the shaft), out jump from it live little pigs, &c, See.  2s.  Coloured Pictures. AVE YOU SEEN " BLONDIN"  tor the "YOUNG V Dean's Moveable Representations of Blondin in some of his most daring feats.  Price 2s. TOMMY TROT and his LOVES.   Showing his Wonderful Transformations when viewed twice in the same Picture, with glass and without it. Price 2s. Coloured Pictures. ILLUSTRATED PRESENT or PRIZE GIIT and REWARD BOOKS, for Boys or Young Ladies, esiiecially worthy of notice. Si* 8vo. crown, cloth gilt, 3s. 0d., illustrated. THE ILLUSTRATED BOOK of WONDERS, Events, and Discoveries. Edited by John Timbs, Author of  Things not Generally Known." Illustrated with upwards of 11 page engravings of the most striking scenes.  3s. 6(1 1. MEN of DEEDS and DARING. Stories and Lessons of their Lives.  A Book for Boys.  By Edward N. Marks.  3s. fxl. 2. REMARKABLE MEN, theirLives and Adventures. A Book for Boys.  By. M. S. Cockayne.   Illustration:;, cloth gilt,  3s. &}. 3. NOTABLE WOMEN. A Book for Young Ladies. By Ellen C. Clayton. With Dlustrations. cloth gilt   3?. 6d. 4. MINISTERING WOMEN. Edited by Dr. dimming. With Illustrations, cloth gilt, 3s. 6d. 5. CELEBRATED WOMEN. A Book for Yoiuig Ladies. By Ellen ('. Clayton. With Illustrations, cloth gilt, 3s. Gil 6. WOMEN of the REFORMATION, their Lives, Traits, audi Trials.  By Ellen C. Clajton.   Illustrated, cloth gilt, 3s. 6d. 7. SIX STEPS to HONOUR; or, Great Truths Illustrated, viz.-Obedience. Truthfulness, Honesty, Kindness. Perseverance, and Piety. In Six Stories, by the Rev. H. P. Andrews. Cuts by It. Doyle, ic, cloth gilt, 3s. tid. No youth can peruse the above i>oOi without feeling both wl--:-and better; it can with confidence 1 . recommended. Dean and Son, 11, Ludg..te-hill, London, E.C. NEW NOVEL BY ALBANY FONBLANQUE, Jrs. Q T. J A M E S ' S MAGAZ 1 N E ^3 tor January contains the opening chapters of a New Novel by Albany Foublanque, entitled, "A TANGLED SKEIN:"' also contributions from Sir J. Emerson Tennent. K.C.B., Freuerikit Bremer, the author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," Rev. J. G. Wood, Sirs. S. C. Hall, and other popular writers. Price Is. monthly. Loudon: W. Kent and Co., Paternoster-row. NEW ROMANCE BY GEORGE AUGUSTUS SAXA. mEMPLE      BAR     MAGAZINE JL for January eoutaiies tiie commencement of a New Romance by Mi-. Sala, entitled "The Strange Adventures-"}; Captain Da�-gerous,"Jwho ivas a soldier, a pira^, a merchant, a spy, a slave among the Moors, a Bashaw in the service of the Great Turk, and uied at last in his own house in Hanavsr s-mare. Order TEMPLE BAR.   1'riee Is. monthly. London: Ward and Lock, 158. Fleet-street, TEETH.-Mr. FRANCOIS (late Jeans), SurgeOB Dentist, continues to supply hie celebrated ARTIFIULAL TEETH, on vulcanised base, at 5s. a tooth aud �210s. a set. These teeth are more natural, comfortable, aud durable than any yet Produced, and are self-adhesive,-42, Judd-street, near King's-cross and Euston-souiire FfiEETF - -MR. ROGERS'S Improvements in EE JL PLACING TEETH have entirely susperseded those constructed upon the ordinary principles; they require no springs, wires, or any painful operation; they support the loose or tender teeth remaining, while their natural appearance and durability are guaranteed. A tooth from 5s., a set �2 10s. Consultations free. IB, New Burlington-etreet, corner of Regent-street.-For obvious reasons PAitucmjutLY Observe the Name and Address. MR. HOWARD, Surgeon Dentist, 52, FLEET-STREET, has introduced an entirely NEW DESCRIPTION of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, fixed without springs, wires, or ligatures. They so perfectly resemble the natural teeth as not to be dstinguished from the originals by the closest observer; they wfli NEVER CHANGE COLOUR or DECAY, and will be found superior to any teeth ever before used. This method does not require the extraction of roots, or any painful operation, will support and preserve teeth that are loose, and is guaranteed to restore articulation and mastication. Decayed teeth stonnerl and rendered sound and useful in mastication.-52, FleetrBtr^dt.-Ai home from Ten till Five. TEETH i-In Mr. ESKELL'S INVENTION (Patent granted 17th July, 1860) several indestructible linings, or moreabl" bases, accompany each set, and when any alterations take place from loss of teeth, or absorption of gums, they only require the substitution of a new hiring (which the wearer can easily apply!, and the teeth are as immoveable and effective as at first, thereby rendering them useful for life, and dispensing with the after services of the dentist. There are no destructive wires or fastenings, no extractions, uor any painful operations, and they are constructed and fitted in a few hours. Warranted for mastication aud articulation. Detection impossible. Inspection of specimens and consultations free. Terms strictly moderate. For further information regarding this useful and important invention, see Sir. Eskell's "Treatise on the Teetn," which will be forwarded post free for 7 stamps-8, Grosvenor-street, Bond-street; 33, Old Steyne, BSighton; and 39, Bennett's-hill, Birmingham. IF THIS SHOULD MEET THE EYE OF any one troubled with Wind in the Stomach, Indigestion, or Biliousness, take PAGE WOODCOCK'S WIND PILLS. Ten years of success have proved them of sterling merit. Of all medicine vendors, at Is. lid.; or free by post for 5.4 stanrpc, from PAGE P. WOODCOCK, chemist,.Lincoln.      _ COCKLES ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, a medicine now in use among all cliaaes of society for indigestion, bBioua, liver, and stomach complaints. Prepared only by Jamea Cockle, 18, New Ormand-atrec't, and tc be had of all mediciae vendc.n, in bones, at 1b. l�d., 2s Sd., 4�. 9d., and Us, MOKY CHIMNEYS effectually CURED for 10s,. by SUTER'S PATENT WIND GUARD. Hundreds of smoky chimneys, otherwise incurable, have been cured by them. To be had at the oflice of the Patentees, 65, Fenchurch-street, City. COAL MERCHANTS TO HER MAJESTY. GEORGE J. COCKERELL and Co.'s COALS. Cash, 25s. per ton.-13, Cornhill, E.C. COALS.-Best Wigan Wallsend, none to surpass, 23s. per ton; best second 22s.  Cash on delivery.-H. CASE and Co., "24 Wharf, Harrow-road, Paddington. COALS 25s. (Best). - E. and W. STURGE, Bridge Wharf, City-road, E.C.-Seconds, 24s. ; Silkstone, 22a. Welsh smokeless and other steam coals advantageously supplied Anthracite for stoves._ THE   LILLESHALL    COLLIERIES. CGALS, four miles from depotajor cash. �5s., 24s., 22a., 20s. per ton.-Sole agent in London, JOHN SCOTT, LmeehaB Ooal Depots, Great Western Railway, Paddington. W. C^OALS.-E. L. COCKERELL and CO.-(Best coals only.) 25s. per ton, cash. Chief Oflice, 41, Warwick-street, Pimiico, S.W. �300 will be paid o* proof of a single transaction in aoy but the best coals. Coke, IBs. per chaldron. COALS from the CLAY CROSS COMPANY'S OOLLCER1ES. Annual sale upwards of 300,400 tons. The best equal te Walls End, 22s. per ton ; seconds, 19s.; cash on delivery. Depots at Kensington, Shepherds Bath, Kilbum, Camdele-towu, Highbury, and Kingaland. Ciders t* the nearest depot, or to JOHN B. WILCOX, Sole agent to the Clay Cross Company, 12, Burwood-plaoe, Edge ware-road. W._ i~WALS. - BY SCREW STEAMERS AND V/ RAILWAY.-HIGHBURY and KINGSLAND OOAL DEPOTS.-NO TRAVELLERS or AGENTS EMPLOYED.- LEA aod Go.'a price for Setton, Hasweli, and Larabton Waflaend, the best home coal in the world, direct from the collieries by screw stoamers, is 24s. per ton; (do not pay more under any pretext) Hartlepool, 23s.; best small, lis. Inland, by railway: Silkstoae- first daes, 22s.; second dan, 21s  Clay Cross, 22s. and 19a.; Banufey, 19s.  HarOey, 17a. fid. Net cash. Delivered, aereeaed, to any part of London. AQ orders direct to Lea and Go's., ehief offices. North Locdon Railway Stdtione, Highbury, JtHrgtcn. cr Jfh��i�IHl. esterday :s Idwiitvur contains a circular issued by M. Ik'uianu, Miuiater of Public Instruction and Worship, and addressed to the prefects of departments, with regard to the reception and training of minors in religiousinstitutiona. M. Eouland regrets to find that in many religious establishments children are received and brought up as Roman Catholics without sufficient regard to the wishes of the parents. "If," says M. Rouland, "such a practice were followed with equal ardour by the members of every creed tolerated in France, it would be the cause of the most deplorable disturbances. Therefore, our legislation, as a wise and faithful expression of the ideas and the principles of our epoch, hits made the rights of family supreme, and directed that they shall be universally respected. Neither to priest nor layman ib the privilege conceded of making his own belief a pretext for withdrawing a child from the surveillance and direction of its parents, and the law punishes severely the authors and the accomplices of illegal proselytising of minors, no matter what may be the excuses cr the pretensions of the religious propaganda." The Minister, therefore, directs that the religious congregations in each department shall be warned against an excess of zeal, "as hurtful to religion, ae dangerous to parental right,-' and shall be informed that the reception of children into tiieir institutions, without the consent of parents or guardians, will e-xnose them to severe punishment. EABL RUSSELL'S DESPATCH LORD LYONS. TO CAPTAIli iOUN �ROWy, MEN. -,-- - AND HIS !' -Uj�]. tiioiitiiii a to have foretoK fif Stiavpshoot {From the New Yvrk Tribum.) i "amp Jennison, Kansas City, Tuesday, Nov.   , ISui. I \ huvi: looked on scenes such as a few o men wocid have been considered demented 2told.   CaptaicJolin Brown, juu.'s ('ompany iftemoon, having, on rs arriveti nerc 1 reacli'Djj Fort Le: to join Colonel ,ii attached as iiiourt are here, under i < 'avtain Brown is enantB ecruitmg, ilds the til isarciitu nv ana w est body oi the main * faworth. unanimously decided ni-.on"-. commiiui, They will be i: rifiernen. Some sixty men liostwick and Hoyt. yoiu- city, liui -.hing the } a few days. It j< by all : have seen, and :us they siufdriii the '" John Brown" scene :reet. noun tht- {'jjiotions and memories the scene excited crowded thickly on the mind of an old Kansas man like your correspondent, and were far too deep to be painted bv -words. As the song rang out, aud the escort .e.une to meet the A letter from Hamburg makes the ioilowing statement :- Yesterday the English merchants held a meeting in the AflBiiranoellSaloon of the Bourse-Mr. John Ward, the English charge d'affaires, in the chair, for the par-pose of voting an address of condolence to the Qaeea* At this meeting Mr. .1 ohn "Ward, after giving socie explanations about the Naafrvill^ read Earl Russell's note to Lord Lyons on the aflw   know that the ciieftain of the great Conservative party not very long ago expressed the very same Bentiments sn$ himself, at a banquet given to him as Chancellor of the Uniersity of Oxford in the year 1853. My lord said, after some very complimentary allusions to the University : - "' I see not only members of that illustrious family, who reign now not more securely by the laws upon the-throne of this country than by the well-won and well-ueseived affection of the people over whom they rale- (cheers)-but here, too, the representative of that great Republic--our brothers in blood, our brothers in laws, our brothers in literature-with whom, though oceans roll between us-oceans now almost bridged over by the power of science-there are links of relationship and consanguinity, links of common freedom, links of oom-mon history and common laws, which must now and for ever bring together the mother and her glorious daughte-i in social friendslup by the ties of affection not le�b than those of interest." {Loud cheers.) I iiave the honour to be, sir, your most obedient w. j. n. nave servant, Thursday. Dec, 28. sometning m to my mind. Stirling its--�urr'fi>s<-d bv new-eomers. cheering lustily, the ---cone which will render it there was nehaeeabli- -�ception of tii'"- company, it was which took place in camp after i-anv? to the colonel's quarters. :� in front.    The rield-officers .5ohn Brown's song D, New Novel by the Author oi "Lady Audlcy's Secret." IT   R   O   R   A F    L   O   Y . New Novel by the Author of "Lady Audley's .Secret," commence? in the January Number of TEMPLE BAR.   Price le. Lonion : Ward and Lock, 15S, Fleet-street. EMOIR     of     PRINCE     ALBERT. - The SIXPENNY MAGAZINE for January (tbi�  t. London : Ward and Lock, 158, Fleet-street. CHESS.-The FAMILY FRIEND for J'anuarv contaius Games and Problems for Advanced Players. aa':i Hints andSuggestions for Amateurs.  By Herr Loweuthal.  Ai� u gre it variety of other useful and entertaining fcaturei  laiily ill liitc-il.  Price 6d. monthly. London; Ward and Lock. 15S, Fleet-street. On 1st and 15th of every month.  Never before publisheii. THE   SHILLING    VOLUME    LIBRARY. Tlie following (price Is. each) are now readv: 1. Family Credit. By Westland Marston. 2. Which Wins-Love or Money J By the Author of ' Vi'iiitofria.rs. 3. Becollections of a Reheving Officer. 4. L;.i!y Lisle.  By M. E. Braddon. Tl e Round of Wrong,_ By Edr"_5j,(-iAboll. of �- T-':,'?-t,i-Wn.if.inr stipper.   j'ne company and forme:! a semieirc came out. and then the was suiit; with idol-ions" spirit.   Afterward given for the colonel aud officers generally. vl tl.c uunpauy tlicii .-inn^ a new ami ve-ijr version o ixie.': which F will send hereafter. Colonel w;h callec out, aaiu made a charactcrL>tic . cannot give you more than a shot x, synopsis it was- forcible and couohed ii: as ~tr e found of great advantage. Music not in stock procured on the same terms. Country orders must contain a remittance.-Pearson and Son, book and music sellers, No. 36, Bishopsgate-street Within. suon that own men had tioif, tney er.rred, the; though Coil D1 1100 with him.   IT honour, d him unitedly voting to and that of bit* olhcers am thanks.   He believed that to insure imitua; confidence understand the programme, that any man bringing a r put into irons, thing, he order.   He ecessitat 'n; ordered to doing so,  propose:, that a lone  widow tna ne Just published, second edition, revised, 8vo, cloth, 16i. TSEASES  of   the   BRAIN   and   MIND. By FORBES WINSLOW, M.D., D.C.L., Os.m. " As interesting as a romance, and fraught with fan deepest interest, as a storehouse of facts hearing upon the brain disorganisation, and as a philosophical exposition of the line and graduated linkh which connect healthy aud disordered minds.  ...   It claims the higher and more original duty of tracing out the various paths of departure from healthy conditions of brain, and ef unmasking hidden phases of insanity.  Here lies a whole realm of unbeaten ground, to tne value of which Dr. Wiuslow has beeu tin iirst to draw public attention."-'' Edinburgh Review." "I nndon : John W. Davie.;, 54, Princes-street Leicester-square. Ju3t published, 17th edition, 8\ o., cloth, 16s., post free HOMCEOPATHIC DOMESTIC MEDICINE, by J. Laurie, M.D. New edition .with Appendix, giving the treatment for Diphtheria. No medicine is prescribed without the indications for its selection and the exact dose to be adminis^ tered, free from technicalities, and specially adapted to the use of clergymen, emigrants, and missionaries. An ejiitom'' of the above, twenty-first edition, price 5s.; a case of medicine ct'apted to the former, price 50s, and the latter, price 30e.-Leati aud Ross, 9, Vere-street, Oxford-street, and 5. St. Paul's Churchyard. Just published, price la., poet tree from the Author for 12 stamps. THE CAUSE and CURE of PREMATURE DECLINE in MAN, with plain directions for perfect restoration to health and vigour, the result ot twenty-five years' saccessf til practice in the treatment of those peculiar nerveus and acquired diseases which tend to embitter and shorten life. By Dr. J. L. Curtis, 15, Albemarle-street, Piccadilly, London. " There ia no member of society by whom the book will not found useful, whether such person hold the relation of a parent, pre eptor, or clergyman."-Sun. p Mann, 39, OomhiH; AUea 20, Warwick-lane, Paternostcr-row. DR. SMITH has just published a FREE Edition of 33.000 copies of his valuable work, THE PRIVATE MEDICAL FRIEND (116 pages), on the Self-cure of Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Sight, Lassitude, fcc. Copies may be had free by sending a stamped directed envelope to the author's re�dence, 8, Burton-crescent, London, E.C. WENTY LETTERS ADDRESSED TO THE YOUNG   FARMERS   OF   ENGLAND   AND   THE COLONIES.  By Joseph Thorley.  A Handbook of Scientific and Practical Fai-ming.  Price 2s 6d. ; free by post for 32 stamps. Joseph Thorley. Newgate-street. npHE    FARMER'S    PAPER.-THORLEY'S JL GLEANER includes eight pages of original and carefully-selected matter in connection with farming operations and agricultural improvements. One Penny. Published every Monday hi time los- post.-Newgate-street, City. Just out, price 64., by post for seven stamps. RIMMEL� PERFUMED ALMANACK for ' 186% beautifully printed in oil colours.   Sold by all the trade.- Rimmel, perfumer, 96, Strand, and 24. Cornhill,__ TASTELESS PILLS. - COX'S PATENT.- Two doses of COX'S TASTELESS ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, the best family aperient, sent free, as sample, on receipt of directed stamped envelope, by A H. Cox, chemist, Brighton._ THE VIGOUR cf YOUTH restored in Pour Weeks, by Dr. RICOBiyS ESSENCE of LIFE-This wonderful agent will restore manhood to tfae most shattered ccoetitotions in four weeks, ftnecess ia even case is as certain aa that water quenches thirst.-fyole agents, Front and Co., 229. Strand (near Temple-bar), Londcm Price Us., or four quaatitle* in one for 33s. Sent anywhere- saretftli? patted on receipt of remittance or damps, ompany, be wa�   the only he took stock, when doing so, them down again until the States was free.    Tlie time 'his regiment was organised, bat   for righting purpose, to tin for treason and to kill Here ho would say. that (iovernment did not approve of ouid have his commission.   Rut as; would be likely to find him on his as at first, he should have but six : felt that Captain Brown's company" . ids oiik-ers. and regiment, by so nto it.    Iu his own name, id men. he returned them . everything would be done wanted them to a standing order � rebel into camp should be If the colonel ever did so foolish a iistcd  the regiment would enforce the ueant to bring them out of their hole3 by the:r attendance on their u-.'i'iHes. He was uard through a Government train, and, in make this country  so   safe light travel in  safety.     He wanted the  rights of   Union men respected.    For rebels and their sympathisers, no temporising.   Be sure they are disloyal men, and then meet them promptly. For the half-way trash  we have no room, and my test of loyalty is a willingness to tight for the Union. There can  be no peace until the thing is justice done on traitors, and had told Cfciiera! FremoDt that he would do no righting if he thought slavery would exist when the fight was done. The slaves of rel els can always fiud a protection in this camp, and they will be defended to the last man and bv.Het. He wanted no men who were not Abolitionists -bad no room for such, and trusted he had none, for all know now that slavery is at the bottom, middle! and summit of this hellish war. Nor was he or his men foo good to tight l>eside darker skinned men than themselves. He meant to make ; contrabands useful,' and did not know what better use to put Secesh guns to than to place them in the bands of the slaves of rebels. No c-itesses would be committed by bis men, and he doubted not our new companions would cheerfully oliey all legiti-watt- commands.   Again he thanked them." settled, freedom established.   He |    Insurance Facts and the Closing Year.- i The insurance statistics of the year reveal some very - interesting and instructive insurance facts.   Daring ; 5861, thirteen companies have ceased to exist; ten have transferred their business; five new ones have been founded, and nineteen projected.  Forty-nine are now ' in Chancery under a winding-up process, seven of these having obtained admission into this select list since our Jtst annual stock-takiDg.  Six companies have changed their place of business, and one branch office "has been opened.    Four secretaries, two actuaries, and five : aiianagers have been appointed to fill up vacancies caused by resignation and otherwise.    The chairmen of two insurance companies have been elected M.P.'s by two = very large and influential constituencies.   Four direc | tors, two managers, and one medical officer have died ' during the year.  One manager, one actuary, and one j secretary, being incapacitated by old age or affliction, i ha-we retired into private life.   Since the year 1814, i 599�ompanies have been projected, 267 founded, 246 have j ceased to exist, 52 have opened branch offices, 187 have ! changed their places of business; 11 amalgamations t have, fceen effected; 144 offices have transferred their, [ businesses to other institutions, and 49 have been, or are [ being, wound up in Chancery.  Ninety-three Insurance 1 companies have discontinued their fire business, or iu ; <-ages where they were only fire offices they have boen dJssoiTed,- Thf Nuc-t. Tub Hei'I-v from America.-it is now pretty certain that the despatches for Lord Lyons on the affair of the Trent cannot have reached Washing" ton before the 16th, as the Europa, which took them out, passed Cape Kace on tlie 13th inst. Mr. Seward, it is understood, would have notice of those despatches for a couple or three days before they were delivered to him in due form, and then a week was to be allowed before the final answer of the Federal Government was required. This would bring the time up to the 24th or 25th, on which latter day the Europa was to leave Boston, to arrive in .England on too 0th proximo. The Africa, which will be due on Monday, will bring news from New York up to the LiSth inst., that is two or three days after the Europa would be almost certain to arrive out. The despatch of M. Thouvenel on the affair of the Trent, dated the 3rd inst,. was probably sent out by the Teutonia or the City of Washington, which left England on the 4th inst. and would reach New York on the 18th inst. C-ienenu Scott, who left England in the Arago on the 11th, would reach New York just about the time for the final answer of the Federal Government to be given to Lord Lyons. The steamers New York, Anglo-Saxon, and the Glasgow will be due the latter end of next week, and will bring news up to the 21st instant. The Hansa took out the London journals of the *27th tilt., the day after the news of the Trent affair arrived in England. A letter from Rome of the 17 th says ;-" The Roman medical men are interested in the descriptions of Prince Albert's fatal malady, because that form of gastric fever, originating in cold, is one of the commonest diseases here, and ia generally detected at its outset and combated successfully, the favourable crisis usually taking place at the seventh, fourteenth, os twenty-lirst day." Rumoured Attempt on the Life of General juvos.-The Cvrntjioiidanre Bidlier speaks of a rumour that an attempt had been made to - assassinate .eneral de Coyon at Home, and that one of his aides-de-camp had received two poniard wounds. It is curious, " this news is true, that the telegraph should have said �jothing about it. The Si.step.s Marchisio.-These celebrated duet singers have arrived in London, and will maka their in st appearance in this country on Thursday and Saturday next, at Mr. Land's grand orchestral concerts, James's Hall, where Miss Arabella Goddard, M. Vieuxtemns, and Arthur Napoleon, will also perform. Reoulations for Sending Letters by Post. hi Feanck. - Under the provisions of a new postal convention recently concluded with France, on the lsii. January next and thenceforward patterns of merehin, lize (such patterns being in themselves of no int'itogic value), may be transmitted by post between the, fjnitwi Kingdom and France and Algetia under the �&me regulations that are applicable to, and at the vame reduced rates of postage that are chargeable, upon, printed papers. The late Marchioness Conynouam.-The will of the Most Noble Elizabeth, Dowager Marchioness Conyngham, of Hamilton-place, KccadiUy, and Bifrons, near Canterbury, was proved in London on the 10th inst.; the executors nominated being the Marquis Conyngham, the son, and the Right Hon. Sir AVillbni Somerville, Bart., the son-in-law.   The personalty waa sworn under 200,0007.  The will bears date Dec. 28, 1849; and there are three codicils, executed m 1850, 1855, and 1857, which were all attested by the same witnesses- J. H. Benbow, Esq., Lmcom's-inn-fields, and"W. H. SeltwelL, his clerk.    Her ladyship died at Bifrons, on the 11th of October last, aged ninety-two.   The marchioness, who passed the latter years   daughters, only one stBrriTing-the present marquis, who inherits the family estates, and also the estates, of the testatrix, which are devised to him by her wuL   The marchioness also has bequeathed to her son the marquis certain diamonds, emeralds, and pearls, to be retained by him as heirlooms.   The rest of her jewels she leaves to her granddaughter*, also a sum of 30,000�. amongst them; and to her son-in-law, Sir William Somerville, a legacy of 2,0007, There are other bequests to her solicitor, steward, and servants, and to the poor of the parishes of Patricltbourne and Bridge, Kent, and Templearne, Donegal.-JUxutnttd Lomon Neu-g. Discovery op a Fresco in the Old Chubch of Tubripp.-Every reader, says the Battf Journ^ of Scotch story, is acquainted with the Trot o' Ttirra, and no person could have marched through  that ancient burgh  of barony without obaerriju near its   western boundary, on a  height  *r�edooking the hollow that   opens upon  the  Dtjreim, tna ruins   of   its venerable   church.    Thjs   baUding, which was used as a place of worship kill within tile last seventy years, must have had'itB �rigm at� very early period, and it has just been the. rield of a moat rcpuli able discovery. In consegu&nce of the dihtpid�Ud l4at� of the old churchyard wall, Mr, Duncan, JttMjon, Twrifl, and his men were employed to repair it, and by way o� economy, to take, the materials from WbAt ranaina of the old church.   Near the spot wherfr the York of demolition was going on, there ha/l been a window at some remote period, but, aloroa; with sefieral othew, It had been built up ai the'tbnei'the ehvnh fell into Presbyterian hands.     One side ol window fell along with the ruin, but the, 0v remained intact,  and displayed to the/ astonished gaze   of   the   workmen a fresco   painting of a mitred abbot, executed in water colours, on the bay of the window.  The painting, of which we have been fortunate enough to secure a sketch, was at first sup. posed to be a representation of St. Ninian; bat as mora perfect knowledge of these matters was brought to eia-mination of the figure it was ascertained that the paint-log really represents, not St. Ninian, but St. Conran, the tutelary saiot of the parish of Turriff.   

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