London And China Telegraph, April 27, 1866

London And China Telegraph

April 27, 1866

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Issue date: Friday, April 27, 1866

Pages available: 26

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London And China Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 27, 1866, London, Middlesex JAPAN AND JOURNAL OF THE EASTERN PUBLISHED ON ARRIVAL OF THE about the and in connection with the LONDON AND CHINA A SUMMARY OF NEWS FOR THE OUTWARD MAILS OF and APEIL ILatESt From Arrived Arrived in London this JAPAN Yokohama Nagasaki Hakodadi Peking Tientain Chefoo Newchwang i Hankow Chinkiang Shanghai Ningpo FooChow Tamsuy Amoy Swatow Hong Kong Canton Macao Manila COCHINCHINA Saigon Bangkok BoilNKQ Labuan Sarawak 26 17 26 Batavia MALACCA STRAITS Singapore Fenang 26 18 March 6 March 11 4 28 23 21 March 2 March 8 March 15 March 14 March 13 March 16 22 24 The nevt French bringing dates from Hong Kong to the is expected the 4th Telegrams have been received in advance of the mail of 1st announcing that an important convention had been concluded at Peking between and French and bringing rumours of a rupture between the Tycoon and Prince 3U0t Of PASSENGERS By tins per and steamer arrived at Marseilles April SingaporeSir Miss Brackenbury and two 2nd class From Hong Kong and From Shanghai lo per expected to arrive May Penaug Robert son three and From Singapore three and ser YM i 2nd class From Hong Kong eight 2nd class and two From Shanghai Mr and one 2nd class passenger L PASSENGERS Per and from April Hong Kong and man 1 and and four 2nd class To and Coul and eleven 2nd class To Shanghai Wad Oo Singapore Five 2nd class To Calcutta F and and and Miss Mr and thirteen 2nd class fo Madras Maj and Evezard and and and seven 2nd class passengers lo Aden Three 2nd class passengers and two To Suez Three 2nd class pas To Alexandria Miller and and two 2nd class Irom April Hong Kong and Living ston and one 1st class To Yokohama Heiuemann To Shanghai To Singapore To Calcutta Cant and To Madras Rev To Adeu and From Calcutta Mr from May Singapore via Bombay Mr Grey J PMF from May Shanghai Miss To Hong Kong Plowright H F btrugue J and Moses F C SGri Ceylon and Lemarchant and three May To Yokohama and To Hong Kong To Penang Per and from May Ceylon and Oldnall and two and To Singapore Swanston and To Hong Kong From Hong Kong To Ceylon To Shanghai To Singapore from tlje Jfar Dates are to the 28th The London mail of the 26th December arrived out on the 18th There is no hope of any remission of the indemnity money being made by the treaty as the third due on the 29th day of the 12th month Japanese last has been paid to the Oriental Bank by a three months bill or pro missory From Osaca there is nothing new or The question of Choshiu is said to be in course of but no par ticulars are given except that the Tycoons party assert that both Choshiu and his son are desirous of but they are overruled by the fanatical party among their There was a rumour the other day that Satsuma had sold all his palaces at On inquiry find that he has sold two or perhaps those purchased by him not those received from the which he cannot Kioto seems as undecided as ever now leaning towards the Tycoon and now towards the hostile The manner in which the Mikado today tomorrow the and deposes high functionaries is beginning to excite much indignation among the loyal servants of the The gas scheme is in abeyance till some further statistics are a great long is about to be put in train for We allude to the want of a Two of the foreign whose trade led to feel the necessity of such a have taken great pains to discover a favourable spot for the construction of a dock that should be of sufficient capacity to take in ships of the largest size that come here and this they have found a few miles down the Difficulties have to be inasmuch as the ground will have to be acquired at a distance from the port but much opposition is not apprehended on the part of the The capital that will be requisite is not very and several of our leading men have already expressed them selves as favourable to the and willing to assist The Japan Herald notes an important step about to be taken for the advancement of Our contemporary says The existence among us of missionaries belonging to three or four branches of the Protestant Church ia quite aa well understood by the Japanese as by In days gone by it was customary for the authorities to send officers to the houses of these outwardly as friends paying friendly but really as Lately these visits have been and from suspicion the whole demeanour seems to have changed to the most implicit and entire Long while yet some of the American missionaries resided at the Government sent several young men of rank from Yedo to be instructed in English and more lately schools have been established by and under protection of the respective both in Yokohama and for the especial instruction of the sous of the upper The ;