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   Penny Newsman (Newspaper) - March 11, 1860, London, Middlesex                                MARCH AND WEEKLY FIRST TOWN THE EHOTYM 7 PUBLISHING SALISBURY FLEET ONE THE THE Reform m the interval now elapsing between the first and second readings of Lord Johns excites hardly any Wi have to record little more than the presence tf a strong Lancashire asking for more members than the Bill apportions to them the lukewarm adhesion of Brights parliamentary Eeform the perfeinctory protest by the Ballot Society against the exclusion of their proposal and one or two unenthusiastJe meetings in some of the London Some attention is being given to the lodger This was the best part of ihe Tory and is entirely excluded from Lord John It is most important to the London Tradesman and Artisan Not one inten of us rents a whole And the lodger there will be liardlj any increase of votes in all the Metropolitan It would not be difficult to force the Whigs tooccept this amendment to the Bill for the Tories are bound to support by their own recent acceptance of the The advocates of the llepeal of the Paper Duty have received most timeous help from the mosi authoritative The Commissioners o Inland the responsible head and mouth piece of the cocfirm Gladstones statement that the duty is rapidly becoming and urge incontrovertible reasons for its It remains to be seen whether the interested opponents of this act oT justice wil continue their underhand intrigues the ex pression of this opinion by the men most compe tent to form a judgment on the The tables were turned at Georgesinthe Eastlast Bryan King isnow the allegec disturber of the before our sheet readers hewill have taken his standin the dock of a police charged with unnecessary and vindictive violence in the ejectment ef some of the parishioners from the choristers Closely allied to this wearisome is the Bill of Seymour and Lord for the uniformity of ecclesiastical vest Black and white colors only are proposed to be The Puseyite coats of many colors are to be interdicted and penalties from to are We should think the odds are about a thousand to one against this ludicrous proposal becoming Once more has an attempt been made to abolish the iniquitous system of purchase of army com Sir De Lacy Evans brought forward the matter in the House of and generals united in loud praises oi the existing as the best thing going for poor AS as rich officers Sidney Herbert stated that his department had the whole question under So General Evanss motion was decently There has not been very much of interest in the proceedings of the Election The Dover enquiry yet but already the illegal exercise of its influence by the Tory Admiralty is made very apparent by the The Tory member for Roscommon has been un seated for the Irish a Liberal has gained a victory in Cork County over Lord the nominee of Pope and one of the millionaire sits in the seat vacated by the lamented death of The threefold volunteer festival was a great The levee was numerously Hardly a company of any of the corps was unre presented by one or more About a thopsand officers sat down at the dinner in The Duke of Cambridge gave a practical military mans There was rotlhinjr in it savouring of professional frankly recognising the real usefulness the volunteer designating it the second reserve of the regular militiabeing the sagaciously counselled his auditors and their clients to stick steadily to regular in his opinion as necessary a dis cipline as ihe obvious training in ball prac The volunteers are now of Their new honours must be1 accepted by them as attaching to themselves increased The that witnessed the volunteer dinner and combined two other public gatherings of an important and noticeable charac Oar light litterateurs of the second rank clubbed their wits and at the a dramatic representation for the benefit of the widows and children of two literary gentlemen who have lately of Bavle for some time the foreign editor of Daily The house was crowded with a fashionable and the Queen by her presence expressed her approval of the benevolent At the same time the bakers were Kxeter their hard lot before the Their desire is very mode rate and reduce their working day from an average of sixteen hours to Guy bore testimony to the results of the trade as now carried He stated that more than a third ot the bakers suffer from And Lord Ebnry alleged that tie average dura tion of their lires is only fortytwo A most significant statement was that of a master to the effect that he had tried the twelve hours system for ten and had found it Others may do what he has We wish this agitation a speedy and final The attempt made conjointly by certain of the Liberals and the to defer the Jfinal ratifi cation of the Treaty and the Budget until the event of the Savoy swindle was most and is so regarded by the country and the The Ministry have and the Parliament has accepted the provisions of the because they will do us a The benefit they will do to France is altogether apart from the considerations which have formed our By delayin the final enactment of the Free Trade measure we should only be punishing ourselves for the fault of Apart from the illogical connection of the two entirely different we by no means regret that Lord Ellenborough and Kinglake and others persist in reintroducing the discussion of tlie Emperors All the arguments that have been used against the parliamentary con sideration of this as one foreign to its legiti mate apply with equal exactness to the diplo matic opening up of the which no one Our YHLIA1 QBEST ITALIAN lat the one the whole of the Catholic the Polish members stone about the size of my fist was lying close to his ood ground having violently attacked the during in which it had made a slight indentation it was I 9H8 at should adjourn to and lorspeakinn tlle and present of the Sardinian as well as quite as though it had been carried in somej himself of that opportunity to make some state bodys There was blood in the and also in the near to the side of the I helped to get him into his which is about 50 yards from the and I saw he was all over blood about the A man named Elephant brought into the house deceaseds and and also two I tried and neither of them were I could not say whether they had been recently In answer to one of the the witness we got out of the John Fenton passed us without and went on before James Fenton can j to where the sound came and there found the body ui ure nuiuu no uuc i of deceased by the side of the road in a five rlmlomsipv and our lemlitive i TIre Llberal headed by Von has feet or so Two laborers were down in the ditch ana our IE isuiuvc accd itself altogether on tte sWe of Sardinia and her wbere the body was Deceased was lying on his Housts are equally institutions of the this time by just near the with his face We are involved as muca in what the one says as the If there be any good fer our Foreign Secretary and ambassador there is better ground for Parliament sup porting their utterance with its weight and au There is a vague idea that if Parliament speaks in recommendation or disapproval of any act accomplished or contemplated by a foreign that it commits itself to go to war to en force its or carry out its disap This is perfectly If the House of by a distinct and emphatic protested against the they would no further commit the country to overt than we already are involved by Lord John Russells On the other if we abstain from speaking our mind in we great cost of dignity and admiration and respect which the liberalism of the entire Continent has already accorded to us since the speeches of King lake and Sir Robert We have let itbe clearly beyond the possibility of that the French Treaty has not made us Napoleonist that our transaction of it leads us into no further engagement than its terms precisely j and that it leaves us perfectly unham pered in the assertion of our own national inde pendence and Count Cavour has lost no time in replying to the Emperors He says the Italian party will accept nothing but the fusion of all emanci patedItaly into one He says apart altogether from their own neither he nor his Sovereign would retain their weight as Minis ter and King if they were to give their adhesion to Napoleons The proposed vice regal government of the Popes FRIDAYS HOUSE OF THE CUSTOMS the French the which at first remonstrated against the debate taking place at finally thought fit to make some communications on the part it had taken in the latest negotiations between the Great fully confirming the announcement that it had joined Russia in proposing the convocation of a European which might now be considered as having The chief object which the Prussian Government confesses its desire to pursue in the present is to prevent the outbreak of a European while at the same time it will always be ready to lend its assistance to whatever combination for the reestablishment of a consolidated state of things in Italy should prove possible in an Italian fis well as a European The only point on which both sides of the House of Deputies agreeed consisted in the recommendation of a passage in the petition gave rise to the which passage referred to the necessity that Sardinia should remain in the possession of the passes of the what ever territorial acquisitions she might It was the leading speaker among the Von who laid particular sty s on tliis It ought to be re that these utterances of public opinion in Prussia took place before the text of the Emperor Napoleons his speech was The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER moved that ie House at its rising should adjourn to and ailed himself of that opportunity to make some state with regard to the question on the table of a noble lord Lord Whether he considers that the profits of tenant farmers must have largely increased between 18034 and be cause the Income Tax under Schedule B has been increased 19 per during that Under that schedule the payment of rent was made the basis of and as the farmers did not complain of that mode of he supposed they did not prefer the adoption of profits as a test for the ount of incometax to be He sovereignty being very plainly stig matises as unsatisfactory to all and The Savoy part of the pro on which we waited most anxiously for Cavours he reserves for a separate says that his master will accept the sovereignty of whatever part of Italy desires his The re sult of the approaching vote of the Tuscans will test this Then we shall no one yet can Possibly we shall behold alone and again fighting and raising Hungary to her aid or emulous of Victor Emmanuels inde pendent in the thick of it Prussia in her or discussed the Italian The Liberal party placed herself altogether on the side of SPAIN AND The Spanish accounts of the war continue full of braggadocio as ever however they have not announced any more actual Spanish Thus the Eco de Tetuan asserts that an engagement has taken place between two Kabyle tribes in the neighbourhood of The tribe favourable to the Spaniards was of course Geneneral Eehague has commenced a forward movement from but it is not known in what Marshal ODonnell has sent to Madrid the cannon taken at Here is another version of the state of affairs from an English correspondent in letter from the Sultan of Moro ceo was read on the 23rd in the principal mosque of announcing his rejection of the con ditions of peace tendered by the Government of Spain and also announcing that His Majesty was coining up to the northern provinces with a large declaring that there was little chance of peace being concluded with the that he had ample funds for carry 131 i i ti i i ing on the and would prosecute even though he Boldly and unmistakeably he I3htnU ilis He exhorted all true believers to rise in defence of their and said that orders had been given to the orderly aud welldisposed Moors to put to death all those availing themselves of the confusion ef a foreign war to gratify their appetite for were a scourge to their own countrymen and innocuous to the THE CHINESE The Paris correspondent of the Morning Post says The rumour of dissensions between France and Eng land on the subject of the expedition to China is abso lutely The two Governments are agreed on all and the approaching departure of Baron Gros is the best proof of this ardinia and her demands and the Government speaks pretty plainly it will be always ready to lend its assistance to whatever combination for the reestablishment of a consolidated state of things in Italy should prove possible in an as well as a European Both parties were MURDER IN NOTTINGHAM A coldblooded murder was perpetrated at a place called about four milos from Gains on Tuesday A cattle named Charles who resides at had unanimous on one Sardinia should been to Gainsborough market that and left Walker remain in possession of the passes of the whatever territorial acquisitions she may FOREIGN NAPOLEONS DESIGNS UPON It appears certain that the Emperor of the French considers the annexation of the slopes of the Alps only a question of time and in the meanwhile he orders the production of such paragraphs as the which duly appear in the Paris journals and are thence copied into our On the occasion of the anniversary of the promulga tion of the Sardinian constitution at manifestations were made by the Piedmontese party in the Italian Very few persons were and those in the boxes remained A demonstration also took place in the French where the population of Nice demanded the Ode Napolienne and the Reine which were performed amid enthusiastic and shouts of Vica IImperatorc Viva IAnnezzainc The situation ef the country is very It remains to be seen what decision will be come to upon the subject by the British As for the Emperor Napoleon may set his mind at A communication from Vienna To inquiries made here by the representatives of some foreign Powers the Austrian Government has replied its interests not being directly affected by the an nexation of Savoyto it would observe on this question the same passive conduct which the great Powers exhibited at the time of the last war in Lom and that Austria will not pretest against the innexation of A Turin letter It is stated that as soon as the jrinciples of the annexation of Savoy shaU be settled jetween Ivrance and the Great Powers will be nvited to a ic order to examine the reasons jrought forward by France in favor of the Arese Louis Napoleons intimate friend who has returned to been intrusted by the Emperor with he mission to bring about a speedy and definitive set ilement between France and Piedmont of the question of The jfntrie asserts that the reply of Sardinia to the ast despatch of Thouvenel lias arrived in The King is said to have agreed to the solution proposed y France in reference to the but as regards he solution of the question of proposed by the the reply the King is said to be less he Patrie We arc unable to make known the xact reply of Sardinia in reference to the annexation of lavoy to All this time Louis Napoleon sticks to his protestations if The Monitmr Some German papers mnounce that the French artillery has been increased by he creation of three new The fact the lumber of batteries having been the artillery ins in reality undergone a FRANCE AND The Patrie of last evening says We believe we are n a position to state that on the questionof Savoy Sar inia shows such conciliatory intentions as could be xpected from a country which owes its aggrandizement o A letter from Florence gives the Italian view ofthe The writer If Savoy is to should lie be annexed to France It is less for the Italians than or the whole of Europe to see if it be fit that any ncrease of territory should be granted to any empire vhich is already too strong for the public and whether that empire should be allowed to establish on icr Italian frontier a precedent which may equally apply o the banks of the The Italians must of compound with France on any terms an over jearing Power may Had they any choice in the they would no doubt rather see Savoy erected nto an independent Swiss consummation vhich would lead to the satisfaction of all parties con with the single exception of that party which has ioth the power and the will to claim the lions ith crossing the on his way at twenty minutes to eleven He had been stopping for a short time at the Ferry and had there been paid in two and it was known that he had in his possession a considerably larger At the time the payment alluded to took place two in named John and landlord of the Three Shoe and James Walkeringham no to John Fenton were in the In cross ing the1 Trent the murdered man was accompanied by the two individuals named and another a As soon as the boat reached the Notts side of the the two Fentons walked on towards Walker about one mile leaving Spencer talking with who lives near the banks of the Nothing more can he ascertained as to what took place but the body of Spencer was found next morning in a only about forty yards from his own The body presented a truly horrible spectacle the hend was almost completely severed from the there being two terrible gashes on each side of the only a littleof the flesh in front and a little of that behind A pool of blood was discovered on the road adjoining the beside which two discharged pistols were if is very from the whole of the circumstances we have been able to that the murderer had been lying in wait for his intended It appears as if he had taken up his position against the old barn which the to reach would have to Before deceased making his it would seem as if the pistols were the report of which alarmed the village school who immediately got up and looked out of the at which it is he heard some one ex For Gods what are you going to do The moon was shining splendidly at the but he saw nobody in the and therefore did not think it neces sary to take any further notice of the The shots it would to take their intended and the murderer then seems to have proceeded to attack his victim with some formidable with which he made the fearful gashes we have cutting right through a thick muffler deceased had round his i John Fenton has been taken into on suspicion of committing the horrible It his possession were found caps corresponding with those found upon the j pistolsj and also some which fitted the barrels A pair of trousers and a pair of it is the prisoner wore on were partly washed An inquest was immediately j THE An inquest on view of the body was opened at Walker i ingham at about 4 oclock on Wednesday j was the first j witness sworn and He and of were at Wai kerith ferry which is about n mile from I UIIL uu ueiuie uuuies ieiiiuu cuiue f up shortly afterwards and spoke a little to but after that their profits must have and to a much larger extent than in previous With respect to the resolutions and 13 in the Customs and resolutions 1 and 2 in Ways and he would make a few In those resolutions it was proposed not to impose any additional duty on those goods imported into this country on which a small duty was already and with respect to such foreign goods as did not pay he proposed to make a unit charge of which was not to exceed a rate more than per nil As regarded transhipment of it would not be just to impose any duty as would impede trade arising from that source of He to limit the duty on goods so tran shipped to a duty the rate of 1 per On foreign gonils which would have been liable to a oh would be and in regard to particular descrip for every 50 On for every five gallons would be Those free im ports which had not gone into bond would con sidered as belonging tothe same class as British goods when and he proposed to chargethem asmall but without reference to their description or the num ber of Corn and timber were liable to a low but they did not go into and they would not for the future pay the registration fee or any other charge on In regard to removals ot goods he proposed to make a considerable re duction in the present It would not exceed more than one pennr in the and in the case uf it would be further reduced to a halfpenny per He also proposed that as he had already should be except in cases where the stock fell short of on contract and as related to dock the resolution he would submit to the House imposed a The right gentleman concluded by laying on the table resolutions the alterations which he wards left us and joined the other They got out of our and I saw no more of The de ceased is 48 years of Frederick Elephant am a laboring man living at I and another named Isaac going to our work about 6 oclock on Wednesday and when we got opposite Gamsons I saw the poor man Charles Spencer in the I went to his house and gave the and then came back again with the mother and Fenton and I then got into the when Anderson We had not touched him at that I helped to get the body to the house and then came back and searched I found his hat lying on the and his stick and umbrella against the and across the The pistols I observed lying in the I examined the nipple of one of the pistols and part of an exploded guncap was npon I did not pick them up Isaac the other He said he picked up the pistols and took them to the de ceaseds fathers John ten years of was out at 12 oclock last having to go to my aunts to I had to go past Gamsons I saw a man laid in the I did not speak to I could not see whether he was bloody or I ran away as fast as I being I told my aunt as soon as I reached her 3Iy cousin who is about 20 years of age was in Myauntsnid he had better not go She had heard some guns and she said they might be killing Henry have examined the body of the I was called to him about 7 oclock this I found two gunshot wounds in his one upon the left side of the and the other on the left side of the I have since probed those and taken a bullet out of Neither of those wounds would account for immediate though they would very probably have ultimately resulted in his In I found two extensive one on each side of the the right side one being about six inches Jong and four and the other four inches long and two The larger wound divided the carotid artery and two prin cipal blood the instrument with which the deed was committed having gone to tbe backbone and injured the spinal The first wound was quite sufficient to make him fall and He would die from loss of There was also a deep cut between the thumb and finger on the left and another deep cut on the right showing that there must have been some attempt at The cuts in the neck are more to the back of the I am quite from the nature of the that deceased could not have in flicted them upon I think they were probably inflicted while he was on the If it was so they must have been done by a righthanded Had they been inflicted while deceased was a lefthanded man must have done I have given both the bullets to superintendent of police for the Retford I think the man or person who shot deceased must have stood before Richard know that John who formerly lived at Walker had a brace of pistols exactly similar to the brace John Fenton died about 11 years and his John took to his house and his He was his only I have frequently had the pistols in my hands in the old mans and I believe these to be the I know John the present very I was with him yesterday at the Marquis of and paid him some Yesterday morning he told me he was very and that a man had put him in the county He said he wanted some money to settle the I WRECK OS1 THE HtTOTG 134 liIVES The loss of the Montreal Companys screw steamer Captain is She was wrecked on Cape Nova on Sumlav morn the 10th of Her lights seen at four oclock in the and at davhreak she had totally Six of the mail bags had floated There are no The Hungarian left Liverpool on the 8tli of with about gers and a crew of The Hungarian was a new and very fast Among the passengers by the Hungarian was of New wh quitted that port in January last for Liverpool in a new ship of his own called the The Xiphias became and had to be abandoned at together with all others on being rescued and brought to Liverpool by the ship Harvest After transacting some business in he took his passage for home on board tin and lias thus suffered shipwreck both in leaving and returning to his native two accidents occuring within a and thelast catas trophe depriving him of LATER The later particulars of the loss of the Hungarian afford no ground for hope that tlie lives of anv of tha erew or passengers of the wrecked have bccii A despatch from Ragged Island of thu 24th to the PostmasterGeneral at states that the supplementary mailbags of the steamer for Canada and New have been picked up in n safe but damaged On the 22nd a ytmng child was and on the 23rd the body of a supposed to be a Portions of the mails and cargo were have heard him sav he was poor many limes I have Pickei tlle Tin wnck can paid him my accounts often as soon the work he had only be scn at Iow water wnb proposed to visit thu i wreck in the revenue cutter Daring on the but tbe sea was too It was thought probable in Halifax that no fewer than four members of tbe Canadian Parlia ment were on done was He used to ask me for the Fenton seemed as usual At this stage the inquest was adjourned till Wednesday THE DISSENSIONS IN Extracted from the It was announced in the Globe of that pro ceedings had been taken against the Brian the rector of GeorgesintheEast the the and other gentlemen connected with the choir of in connexion with certain riotous pro ceedings last Sunday The case occupied the attention of the magistrate six hours but no report appears in the morning papers of Our who was rudely prevented by the officials from being present at the inquiry has this morning as certained from the senior church and tbe chief that the Bryan King was fined five shillings the complaints for assaults on a son of a vestryman that the was fined for an assault oa Constable aud the rest of the defendants were admonished and The as it reached is that Selfe gave the rector a severe would be better addressed to the officials of his own who beyond all the rudest people which the east of London could TWO DETERMINED SUICIDES WITH Yesterday forenoon John the held an inquest at the Rose and Crown Charles on view of the body of John aged 31 who committed suicide with The evidence went to prove that the deceased was a master and for some months past he bad been separated from his He became very low and de and wished her to but she owing to his intemperate On Tuesday night last the deceased retired to rest at his usual and on the following morning his landlady found him lying in bed in a state of the sur geon of Commercialroad was who found the deceased to be sufferingfrom the effects of The usual antidotes were but the deceased died in halfanhour Upon the table were found a bottle and glass which had contained laudanum The Jury returned a verdict of temporary A second inquiry was gone into by the same Coroner and Amongst the names on tlie list of passengers that sailed in the Hungarian aiv a amd but not those of the first three gentle J men AT CART ACCIDENT On Thursday held an inquest at the George public on the body of Bridget aged 00 The evi dence proved that the deceased on tin night of Wednesday was crossing the near Stratford with a basket of oysters upon her wlien knocked down by a horse attached fo a cart liclnnginff to the coal The driver Hubert Nash called to the who was and promptly stopped tike but wheel passed over her She was carried to the of but she expired shortly afterwards from frac ture of the skull and other There did not appear any blame to the the jury therefore re turned a verdict of c accidental on Tuesday night Hudson is the While at the inn John James Fenton who reside at and my a little joined We five caftne over the river together that would be about 10 When we got on the other side Spencer and I and my boy got out of the boat and went on towards and the two Fentons When at the Ferry Inn I saw Clayton pay deceased two banknotes some little silver change also There were in the room i 0 at the time a boatman who passed over the river be at the London respecting the death of Thomas fore us and a man named Neither of the aged sixty who committed selfde tons was I came up to my house in company with struction at My house is about 200 yards from We stopped and hada little conversation atmy and I then saw the deceased go on in the direction of his home 1 have seen the place where the body was and I know deceased generally went that way home from my house to At the timehe left my door I saw no one nor heard any He was quite capable of doing any He had had some but was He was in his usual and wasjoking with my wife who came down to the gate about our hour of coming He was always a contented and lively He did not seem in any way depressed on that I have never heard him complain i The deceased was a pensioner and very scantily upon his small income from On Wednes day last he was seen to leave bis when he went out and purchased three pennyworth of the oil of vitriol at a neighbouring chemists He shortly afterwards of his He was well to and had recently urchased some This about 6 was in the and heard a woman I ran when he rushed into the house and I have taken am He was in great agony and was seen by a who gave tbe de ceased an He was then removed to the hospital where he died shortly after his admission from the effects of the powerful The Coroner having remarked on the shocking nature of the a verdict of Temporary Insanity was CHELSEA RATEPAYERS At the weekly meeting of this held on Tuesday it was agreed to hold another pub lie at the Commercial on that exciting increased assessments of the There was a very large attendance of members nnd many of whom complained of the unequal as shown between private houses and shops a committee was also appointed to conduct the matter connected nith the coming election of comprising the names of many gentlemen not members of tbe but who are still earnest for a fair aud uniform THE JfAKCKESTER AXD THE AiDr auditor of tbe poorlaw accounts for South attended a meeting of the Man chester guardians last to resume his audit of tbe accounts of the It will be recollected that some months ago Roberts adjourned the on tlie ground that the guardians refused to allow him tbe assistance of his own Last week he had ivitb in place of his own of the firm of and professional The Board again declined to allow their books to be examined by a not the and their stated at some length tbe legal grounds on which the objection was Roberts but the guardians maintained their and the audit was further ANOTHER WATERLOO obituary marks the death of Sir Robert who commanded the Blues in the Peninsular war and at He was the last surviving brother of the first Lord Four of the brothers were in the Peninsula and at W ater l00General Lord Sir Robert MajorGen eral Clement Hill died in command of the Mysore division of the Madras army at and Sir Thomas Noel Robert Hillanrl his brother Clement were both severely wounded at Sir Robert Hill died in the house where be was   

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