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Fire the common-plac8 conceptions and gig Wero f any Btu Siaa Leader that has ii amp de in the Field. It is to be hoped for the Sake of Torkey that Ita forces May soon take a More Active and prominent part in the War than they have of late been doing. Sine the Advance of the austrians into the Moi edit Ira Omen Pacha has been catalyse do in the Crimea the turkish contingent Haa been kept in the background Rad dating tiie Lime pied in changing commander in the army of Asia nothing what Ever has been done in that Quarter. Bat a time has come when Omen Pacha May resume his Advance with a fair Prospect of being actively supported by the a uses. I a latiese news from Batum too Are encouraging. The a tenant of the new coins Der in it chief seems to to taking judicious measures for facilitating the operations of his chief when he Shal alive. It is alleged that the disposition of the army of Asia made by its late in meander in chief was objectionable not so much on Mere tactical or strategical grounds Asl close of his neglecting to pay due attention to the requirements for provisioning the troops. To this is now attributed in a great measure the fatal insubordination and excesses of the irregular troops and the found in bringing even the leg Lars effectively into the Field a entirely new distribution of the army is understood to be in Progress with a View to remedy these evils. At the same time a great number of the foreign ofis Cera a someer a ally Are being removed it being alleged that their Mutual jealousies and quarrels have been productive of Mach mischief no doubt there m some incapable and inveterate intrigues among hem and if some whom this reproach does not touch Are found on the list of removals Pera it May have it Een found Nece Ary to include then Ona not of their names having though by no fault of theirs become rally iii words of faction. There is therefore some appearance of a better Day living about to Dawn on the turkish army of Anatolia. In Asia As in Etrope it is evident that the by ians Are disposed to confine themselves to defensive measures and in Asia even More than in Europe surrounded As they Are by caucasian guerillas their soldiers Iare Likely to Bel dispirited by rumours of Musaian reverses. It is London Friday oct 21, f. A despatch from constantinople published in yesterday s Moni eur intimates that the siege operations against Sebastopol Werea far advanced on the 16th As to Render it certain that the batteries Woald open their ii e upon the forts on the 17th. Liis supports the news received through Vienna of the fire hair log teen actually opened on the 17th, and for once a russian report published in the Vienna Freuden Blatt appears Likely to prove partially True. That the loss of the russians As stated by Prince Paskiewich will be ultimately found to have been much under the Mark is tolerably certain but we can a Fibre to wait for More reliable returns inasmuch As even the russian estimate discharged. On tha 4th of septet up a this Day discharged and ,. Tiow is not the Pond onion beyond All connect in almost beyond belief quot on the 4th of september was this Day Dis charged and appointed chaplain to the Asylum from that Date till last Jane this Man stood up to discourse of quot righteous news Temperance Eind judgment to come quot in tha place to which he fled from quot the Gripe of the and not Only in that place. He has preached in the gaol and one of tha proprietors of the a Lum announced to the justices quot the Rev. Or. Cobb has accepted the Semmes of or. For the Parish of st. our business. Most sent id to the Independence of Tury that its prowess should soon again be Felt in the Field for the independen a of amp at Ltd it entry must Ever be a Mere name which leaves Ita allies to fight All its Battles for it. Any flagrant breach of. Law or maladministration of Justice taking place in any part of the kingdom is the business of All the rest. We therefore make More widely known than it would be by the supplement of a local paper an affair with regard to which he lunacy commis Sisenis must Ira called on for a full explanation. The Earl of Shaftesbury is chief of he comi Hission and he will we feel assured for Lis own reputation Sake no lera than for the Sake of Public Justice direct the fullest and most Public investigation of the truly horrible Story now Only partially revealed. At the meeting of magistrates in Quarter sermons admits a considerable amount of cased ties Mph of the re a of. I j a a a. Others the death of the russian Admiral who com of a Toji a a a to the gaol and Lunatic asylums pjs to j Modeda Tsinone. The really important part of this a it of the business in hand. It seems that their head have made themselves however is now with the Asylum and the Limicy q Myisa Sonere. After the inquiry of last june theve i Ting Goagis Farat a wrote to the comi missioners in lunacy for their account of the matter a Mere acknowledgement of the receipt of the letter waa do that could be obtained till the 11th inst., when of being pressed by the proprietors of the Asylum the commissioners sent Down a declaration that they believe the Rev. To have been insane when Adini ted. They give no explanation however of their own breach of the act under which they hold their office and by which they were bound to examine the patient be Zonally before he was admitted As chaplain. For two years and a Quarter the Man was under their notice Between his entering the Asylum and their pronouncing the Only opinion that could be got out of them. They knew that he had been metamorphosed from patient to spiritual guide in a moment in breach of All Laws of reason Constence and of the Law of the amp land. Surely some Independent member of the House of commons will pm found to Call them to account for this dereliction of duty unless lord Shaftesbury s regard for a is own ghaiact3r renders each cordon Tum Cesary up to this traint the visiting magistrates seem to have done their duty. We Are concerned to have to add that the magistrates have renewed the lice a of the Asylum. No voice was raised on behalf of Nichols who before the visitors denied merely the quot exp regions quot imputed to him by or. Hull. About the facts there is no dispute whatever. Or. Watson was whitewashed and the decision to renew the lit use was made to rest on the High character of or. Ranking who has recently As we said become a partner. no longer chaplain. The inquiry of last Juno put an end to that scandal in messes. Nichols and Watson cease to be to Ere too there May be new patients. If there should be in the meantime. Or. Banking s character must be a weighty one indeed. Or. Hull declared at the Timoi that he should Send no More and he has sent no More it appears except such had been previously arranged for. We have nothing to do with his having sworn the peace against or. Nichols nor Mth any of the local quarrels growing out of the fact amp what the Public has to do with is this Theca a of Justice has been obstructed by or. Can the Wymondham Fifo Istrate. The proprietors of the Asylum have broken the Law in re leasing their patient and appointing him to an office As a Boarder without the requisite examination by the commissioners having taken place. The commission Ere Are accessories in this news however is that the Only period of the siege be appointment of the visiting justices would ii pm quot a a the future management of the Asylum operations which Ever excited the slightest Miskiv la sgt Ujj place without discussion but forthe License to messes. Nichols and ing in England has been passed through. Until our i to Badty of one gentleman or. Palmer who would guns had fairly begun to speak apprehensions were Jug hint to be quiet about a matter on Wimch Hei entertained for the health of the troops bit conf properly chose to obtain information. The Midence in the skill of Burgoyne and. In the Inadomi a Jug a janitors of Lunatic asylums were produced table Irit of the soldiery inspires the Pablo with a it. In Foni them the following Story comes out the conviction that All who now be Plain sailing. If a Gap undisputed Watson in the face of the facts before them. Solety is indebted to or. Hull and to or. Palmer the me trate who brought out the whole confession. These gentlemen have done what they could. The Public win now look to lord Shaftesbury to do the rest. There is a private Lunatic Asylum at Heigham i near Norwich licensed for the reception of 28 male at the request of the solid tor to the society so the teai eged russians Only ventured upon such half heart and ineffective sallies As they appear to have made while the trenches were in Progris their 32 female patients to two surgeons of the name in Eyerly com invented on by or. Serjeant Adams quot we leaders will in vain endeavour to bring the and Watson. Thus it was at the time give Publia to the following letter s soldiery to storm the English batteries in a Fler consideration. A be partner. Or. Rankin i to the Britos of the daily news. Actual operation. The defences against any at a lately entered the co ram. Act ring to the sir a i am preparing a Complete history of the last tempt on the part of the russian army hovering on of or. Hull a Norwich physician or. I three cases which i have prove noted for the above society the North Bank of the Tab Maya having Beeney a us Gols called on him on the 12th of Jane 1852, to i before the Assif Litant judge at the Middlesex sessions. Plated. Prince Metchikoff will find that having go to give a certificate of insanity of great twist Stevent. Which win a Laid before her maj by s a neglected Bow explained amt a Derby j the fore Lodr the Bald Back part of the do Ferow s comi exons had committed a raped Ita Piaf Tiee a great Public Benefactor Bat As a fear head will slip through he fingers Lee Days or Ujj Juii. His Ianuly wanted to make Days most elapse before i can Complete it i Ventura to a Sebastopol As a stronghold of the Are nuni a a mad that he himself wanted to j peal to your Bensa of Justice to give immediate insertion to Breed. One estimate gives twelve Days As the la. That one of the medical men the following statement in reply to your remarks of the to the russian Power of holding the fortress. And App Jug a of ged to sign the certificate and Date. _ with the fall of Sebastopol the grasp of Russia on a a a a Hull would the Crimea win be effectual by loosened. There is no pounds Inthis or. Nichols s pocket a no. Other fortress that can offer any resistance to the pkg a goes Jar _ Host name is concealed Louding whatever to do with quot getting a quot tha pro aeon allies. The Strong defensible ground in the Crimea is la a unknown to us from the Gripe of the Law j Ivins. My duties were coed to revising and completing of no great extent. And on an open Field which offers in he should once have got him into the i the evidence and instr Cong counsel for the trial no advantage to either party what Chance have Thea go go i magistrates and everybody la both these cd in. W in a very Case that i conduct i Eddie a who could not maintain above three hours Tom though the do position of Ali i just noted by the parents of the Chu Drea and they the Strong position of the Alma when opposed to la Jold s Mother had been taken. The burgeon who Way to get up similar societies. We have to thing to do with the merits of the pro dec nth is instituted we have nothing to do with the personal Ohara Etera of the paid agents of the Iod Ety now under consideration. Oil Arient in general. The shelter of names respectable for Raxy a or virtue Ltd a Tain of bang a Well paid in the Case of failure As of these Are temptations to Institute pro cations on untenable frivolous and vexatious grounds to which it is not Safe to expose fallible human nature. Of two cases re Antly we know that one quot broke Down quot and that in the other an immediate acquittal was Proton need. We know nothing of the Educ tor and Are willing to Beh eve that his character is irreproachable. We Are willing to is love that in a it me cases the convictions he has obtained have been just and a Sinfol. But one or two pieces of Good serve a to the Publio do not warrant the employment of an Agency so table to abuse. It is oar conviction that such societies Are not Only dangerous but illegal and that any person prosecuted unsuccessfully at their stance would have a Good action against All the members for conspiracy. One word As to the part which the solid tor tells us the commissioners of police have taken in abetting the society s operations. The commissioners have taken non them to recommend to the society one of their Penis bikers retired sergeant of police to be their prosecuting officer. Assuredly the adv or Cates of the appointment of Pablo prosecutor would never think of ret a mending a retired police sergeant for that delicate and difficult office. It is not to a expected that the sex sergeants knowledge of Law will be very extensive or exact he professional habits Are not Likely to Bavy Insp a him with Mudi sympathy for the rights and liberties of individuals and yet he is in virtue of his connexion with the society invested with the Powers of a Pablo prosecutor free from any responsibility free until the solicitor intimated his existence from even the imperfect Check of Public opinion. It is intolerable that the commissioners of police should presume to procure such Powers for one of their pensioners. They have herein exceeded their com Misdon. It a their limited function to a servants and agents of the judicial authority not edges to decide in person or by Dean by who have rendered themselves amenable to the Laws and who ought to be put non their trials. It is High time that the tin ration of a centralised police commission should be checked. When after amp recent Crim. Con. Trial we commented on the effects of a detective police we were told that the officer whose unwarrantable proceedings were exposed on the trial had retired from the service. True but it was Evi def he was Only exerting for his private Emoi Ament the accomplishments he had acquired in the service of the commission Ere. The a it raised metropolitan commission of police is rapidly degenerating into a state of political Pouch. It has its detective inspectors each with his band of confidential spies and it furnishes to joint Stock societies got up to subscribe funds for the payment of agents in prosecutions unless a speedy and peremptory Check is put to this we shall soon have a lieutenant of police according to the fashion of the Ancien re Gime in France Over us with the name of a quot chief commiss a state police is incompatible with English and English Liberty. The Only police that can be tolerated Are bodies of local constables in strict subordination to an deceive local magistracy. If we Are to have Public prosecutors let their functions their re Spon abilities the Mode of their appointment and displacement be defined by Law. Joint Stock a of axons to prosecute defenceless individuals to the great emolument of a few lawyers and sex policemen Are not to be endured. The siege of Sebastopol. How besiegers go to work. Have expressed great gratitude for the assistance and pro Bugeon Guion afforded them by the society to our prosecuting certificate or. Mills had a of flyer who is a vetoed Pulica sergeant pensioned for Good th<�0 who stormed and carried the Heights in that a a go. Be feed Short time visited the culprit and could find no Trace of in conduct the question of the ultimate disposal of the Crimea i a Qiju my. Quot he seemed very Niomi to be employment by the police commissioners. A a a 3./t. W _ a a tip Al a -., ,1 it makes no pecuniary difference whatever to to whether these prosecution a Are allowed or not As i my regular Costa for All the work i do and All that is not allowed by the county is paid quot out of the funds of May not be free from difficulties but one thing is Pam shed for Lus offence quot or. Mills declared quot and it makes r obvious that it must be retained at present by the u Tojo Ngit he a ought Tobe the evidence Hob osts of victors As a quot material we will not in which or. Nichols desfred or. Hull to Grant else there. Better Winter quarters than in the Crimea cannot be found within such a distance As will admit of the French and English troops being at hand to resume hostilities in the Early Spring if it shall be bedded to suspend them during the Winter. With due attention to the sheltering of the troops doing the last 20 months i have conducted 32 pros ecu including these last Threa and i have obtained 26 certify or. Nichols found a country surgeon i convictions. Several of these have attracted a Good Deal of i More accommodating and before the Day was Over p Buono uce and in two cases the extra costs paid by the be Heigham Asylum committed by his brother my a it go of pain who had been convicted of Tentio the two surgeons who could be found to help him. Ing i to his Back Parlour for immoral purposes a number of before we go on to the Moat flagrant part of the Little girls Itta. Fire to sine years old the assistant judge from rain and cold and to Forward regularly such Lse vre must present the claims to notice of a county bin self passed a High eur Gium upon the Soto Ety necessary stores As can Only the procured from Home magistrate and his clerk the messes. Cann of the Crimea will be found to afford much More eligible Wymondham father and son who appear to the Winter quarters than the bos horns or Bulgaria. L�ry desirable neigh Boim to quot a get county family it is during the Winter and Spring More healthy than the latter and provi dons can be obtained in greater abundance and at More reasonable rates than in either. And the continued presence of the allies is the Crimea win be a constant memento to the a which finds it convenient that there shone do be one Law for the Rich and another for the poor. Within the last month i have refused to proceed in two cases in which i waa not satisfied with the evidence which had been produced before the magistrate. The Causa of the failure of Aesa last three cases will appear plainly from the statement i am preparing and i will therefore Only add that i do not entertain the slightest it was by the proprietors of the Asylum that up a they were proper cases to be tried and i so sold or. Cann jun., was summoned to give evidence i unhesitatingly proceed in any similar am sir his evidence was that the de portion against the your obedient servant vering or inimical governments of Central Europe j Clergyman was duly atom to Bat that he and his oct. 26. The Soho Tob to the sorb or. Of the might of France and England. I fat Ier thought the culprit must. Have quot some i on the merits of the cases in question we can pro it is to be hoped that after the fall of Sebastopol complaint quot and they therefore suggested to a ounce no judgment for their. Details were very the Allied governments will adopt a moire per Emp Prev. Or. Andrews that if he could find out properly suppressed by the reporters. Nor can any tory tone in their Intercourse with the German so that the culprit was quot Labouring under some com account of them which the solicitor May get up quot be reigns Large and Small the pretexts of Austria plaint quot the warrant due on the completion of the j affect our argument which is levelled at the general for evading an immediate and final breach with 1 deposition might be suspended. Quot in answer Tol Prindle of All such societies As that for which he Rukaia ought no longer to be listened to j questions by or. Sultzer one of the visitors or is Legal agent we object to any association of Ita underhand manoeuvres to Check and a Cann reputed quot the minutes go on to Teu us quot that j private and Irre Sponable individuals user Malyso the Advance of the turks into Bessa Biilna ought no longer to be tolerated. Sebas to a i once fallen the French and English fleets have it in their Power to assist materially the operations of Omen Pacha in Bessarabia. They can the magistrate a withheld the warrant in Confie Quence office of a Publio prosecutor. It is self evident that any of the station in life of mr.-. Probably had Hei such a Oci Atbin is extremely liable to be made an been a poor Man the co would have been different engine of Opp Resdon. A number of wealthy ind Ivl the usual a Ourse would be to prove the offence first do contribute to a joint Stock purse they lend and afterwards to Eon Der the plea of the moreover the influence of their names weighty on a it Wade every town and Harbour every Bay his account of their social portion or social Virtues Crk on the coast of the Black sea Between the j ingenuous son Are to have the charge of Law and but they necessarily leave the Active labour to one months of the Danube and the Crimea. The can Justice p we commend their views and conduct to or two paid individuals. They can have no Constan the notice of the lord Chancellor and go on. To Eye upon what is. Done in their names. In the Selec the worst part of this infamous Story. Managing committee the solid tor has naturally it was on the 12th of, 1852, that the a in Pic Nde rating voice and both solicitor and bar opened its doors As a the Clergyman who Rister have a direct and tangible interest to the editor of the daily hews. Sib a the Dege operations at Sebastopol though much slower than Thev might have been if energetically conducted with w the appliances at Ltd it Momand which so Entinio discovery and invention have sup it lied sine the last european War would never the Ess if pursued Sec dem Artem As Laid Down in the approve treatises on warfare occupy far longer time than we have yet been kept in suspense. In regular operations against a strongly fortified place having a numerous Garrison within and an army without that might come to its Relief the first thing recommended As essential is to form a line of Circum vacation to protect the besiegers against attack from the out lying forces. According to this plan the besieging army act As if they were Bedeger and construct earthworks and mount Cannon pointed in a direction opposite to that of the place actually beleaguered. After their Camp has Boen thus protected the first parallel is to be made. Its form is generally curvilinear so that every part May be a nearly As Posable equidistant from the Point to be attacked. This first parcel is directed to be made beyond the Range of Musket shot the print pal oct being to afford Protection for the troops appointed to guard the subs quent operations and it usually extends further than the other trenches to amp a Ligate Frank movements on the parties making sorties. Though the first parallel is supposed to be beyond the Range of Masket shot yet it is necessary to make the approach even to that Point by trenches Cut in Zigzag directions to prevent the guns of the fortress from end lading them. In that manner also the second parallel is reached the angles of the Zigzag trenches being made More acute As the approaches become nearer. The platforms for mounting the Cannon the defends composed of fas Cines Gamons and bags of Sand or Earth mus then be constructed and if done according to the rules prescribed the work is one of great labour and necessarily occupies a Long time. Protected by the fire of the guns thus mounted the pioneers Are directed to out their trenches to the third parallel which is to a formed As close to the Walls As Posable without exposing the trenches to the direct fire of the fortress. Proceeding in this manner from parallel to parallel occupies several weeks and if the Garrison be Active and bold they May by fre agent sorties prolong the operations for months Tough the work proceeds by Day and night when not interrupted. The character of the ground round Sebastopol and the favourable portion occupied by the English which protects them from external attack Render Many of the prescribed precautions in attacking a fortified town unnecessary yet they seem to have been proceeding in the approach by parallel lines according to established routine therefore the preparations Jor the real assault on Sebastopol must have occupied a longer time than was at first to take Possession of the plan. He longer Range of the Minie Rifie must have increased the danger of the work and the old Rule of making the first parallel beyond the Range of must shot had been adhered to the Distant at which operations must have commence would have been trebled since the Days of Vauban. During these siege works the men Are continually harassed by the apprehend on of sallies and in bring Relief or Scop and operations by the approach of Winter and we cannot a App a the ref re i that the Rundans will neglect that Means of annoyance to the extent of their Power. The Fadl Tiea of making such soul sorties increase As the works of the besiegers approach Doser to the Walls and if the old rules of warfare be adhered to in the attack on Sebastopol we May vainly Hope for its fall during this Campaign. Bat the Amman new of the Allied forces however strongly they May be attached to War con be nationalities must be Suff Dently alive to tiie importance of Quick movements not to allow their operations to be altogether guided by Rul prescribed i Afore the invention of rockets of the Minie Rifle and of the Large pieces of ordnance now and for battering in breach. Had Vanban the great authority in the modes of attacking and defending fortified places known of the so Entinio discoveries applicable to warfare that Are at print taxes Dale to All he would no doubt have recommended very different plans of attack and defence from those which were United to the state of knowledge at his time. It is Well for the allies that the russians seem to adhere to the rules of ancient warfare and to indent practices As Tena doubly As them saves otherwise they might direct against the Wor in the do be the appliances that have from time to time been recommended should a directed against the defences of Sebastopol and Ronstadt. Any fixed work whether of attack or defence is Assai Lable by a Means previously indicated in our columns and if the russian commander were to apply them against the works of the a sieges they would be compelled to abandon them and to adopt other Means of attack. But As our men have been allowed to proceed in their operations of forming parallels and mounting heavy guns without effect tue obstruction it is Tobe hoped that they will not suffer from Superior alertness in the enemy to adopt More destructive engines than Cannon. There is indeed a method of applying the destructive Agency of ordnance with greatly creased effect against the Walls of a fortress which might the adopted Ith great amp deity. Lie importance of the simultaneous Dis Argey a Battery is pointed out by acknowledged authorities in the Art of War. It is stated that All the guns should fire together and towards the same part a Tecusa quot this United firing repeated in this manner against a be same place is productive of a much better effect than if the guns were to be fired one after the other for not Only a greater Quantity of the Wall is shaken at the same time but moreover the shaking is far More the destruction of the Walls of acre was an illustration of the effect of simultaneous firing and before the departure of the expedition for the Baltin it was adduced As a proof that the fortifications of Ronstadt would offer no effected resistance to the broadsides of powerful ships when directed against the Granite Walls. Though the in Hartance of firing altogether is thus recommended by old authorities and has been proved by modern practice no attempt Haa been made to apply the Means that science affords of discharging simultaneously any number of guns either on Board ship or mounted in Battery. A command to fire altogether cannot pos duly a obeyed with precision when every gun is separately discharged and the Force of concussion must Conse mently be less than if All the balls were to strike at the same instant the simultaneous discharge might however be accomplished with great ease by Means of Voltaic electric Day if our military and naval offi a would so far deviate from established usage As to adopt that method when battering in quot breach. On Board ship the advantage would be greater than in batteries on land for the proper moment of discharge when the ship is in motion is a matter of the greatest consequence and it might be completely at the command of one skilful Engineer instead of being dependent on the judgment of Many individuals acting separately. Vauban would gladly have addled himself of the Means of acco pushing what he deemed so essential but his disciples in the Art of War hed Tate to take advantage of the Power conferred by science because it is not so set Down Luey will _ adopt improvements when made by influential individuals by Small Steps at a time without much deviation from the old track but they object to take Long strides. Nevertheless these step by step advances sometimes Lead to serious error which might have been avoided by taking another path. The Lancaster gun is a questionable improvement of this kind lodging from the statements published on saturday of frequent bursting. An elliptical Iron Ball fitting into an elliptical bore May produce the effect of the Rifle but the least shifting of position by the explode Force of the powder must tend to fix the Ball in the gun and thus Occa Don the bursting. Had it been proposed to make a Rifie Cannon Ball by fixing to it yielding Lead projections or if the eccentricity of the Lancaster Ball had been s reduced by Lead attachments on each de such deviations from the established Mode might have proved too great for adoption though they would avoid the danger of bursting the gun. It a nov invention be bound round with red tape it May have a Chance of being received with favour but if to give it greater efficiency the red tape encumbrance be removed it then becomes too Vid onary and impracticable a matter for serious Condzer Amiott by the devotees of routine. Papen. Naval and military. Embarkation of guards East. For a he seven Hundred and and 15 non commissioned officer of nations barked this Alt Moon on Board the general company s steam ship Queen of tha South. For to the Crimea to fill up vac Noiea caused hot to the Battle of Alma. The troops consisted of 1 a sergeants and 80 men of the Grenadier guards a 2 1 sergeant 7 drummers and 60 men of Thep a Guarda officers 2 sergeants and 100 men outs Fusilier guards 2 officers 2 the let battalion of the 1st royals 1 officer and 100 Mea of tha 7th Royal fuse Ier 100 men of the 19th regiment 4 offic i and Iso men of tha 23rd Welsh fun Squers Aad sergeants and 80 men of the 95th regiment. The above named detachments chiefly came to this in a a railway from London Winchester and Wahner. Thev met at the railway terminus by the bands of the land and we Shiro regiments of minutia. Who pm edit through the streets of the town to the dockyard to a which tha Queen of the South was lying ready tsp tha troops. The detachment of the 95th regiment a from Parkhurst Barracks Isla of Wight. They were Btu from Cowes by the Comet steam tug. The meat that arrived in the Yard was the 19th, who not it. By five o clock this after Goa. Through the fad hires a dockyard the whole of the troops and their Bagmet embarked As they arrived and they Are now ready to need on their voyage. Tha Queen of the South sail however before to Morrow morning. She takes rat Superb Merhiy seamen for tha Black sea Fleet. Quot quot a a the Pelter Tho first of the new screw gun boats 63 Coa. Tra distinguished from tha screw despatch boats onion this port last night. She goes out of Harbour to try har engines which Are High pressure to Admiral Berkeley senior sea lord of the and ref Ralty and Captain sir Baldwin Walker Surveyor Eltha Navy Are expected on a quot visit to this dockyard to Morres amongst other things we hear to witness the trial of the Pelter a engines and guns. She has two of Lancaster a a guns but reduced. Admiralty a or. 26.�?appointment.�?smg 1852 to the woo Ziwich Marine Lafaj. Another a Csc . Rae of tie Hudson s Bay Arctic expedition had an audience the sir James Grah Iun on tuesday at the admiralty on tha subject of his discovery of tha probable Fate of sir John Franklin and his companions. The interview occupied a considerable time in the course of which we under stand. Sir James Graham announced the intention of the Goto ment to Send out Early in the ensuing Spring an expedition in order to Maka further search for the remains spoken of by the Esqui Maux and the command of the expedition is offered to or. Oas Etie. A Majestic lever arrived from Obago at Bristol reports having been chased for two Dayi Between Dominica and Martinique on the 9th sept., Inlet 5n., ion 60 w., by a Brig supposed to a a pirate show ing danish colours. The late Cottet martial a to last night lieutenant Perry a defence and testimonial fund amounted to 2,422., and although a die mayor of Windsor who is the treasurer is extremely anxious to Clois the subscription every Post brings further remittances from All parts of tha kingdom. Death of lord bed Erick Leebon a web. A lord Frederick Laveson Gower second son of the Dinka and Duchess of Sutherland has died on Board h.m.8. Bellerophon now on her voyage Back to England. This Gallant Young Nobleman although suffering severely from illness previously contracted at Varna persisted in Bacon a paying his comrades to tha Crimea. When the troops added at Eup Atoria he was so weak that it was found in. Possible to convey him ashore and. His lordship was on his a Way Home when Cut off thus prematurely. Expenses of militia the West biding sessions held at Knaresborough this week it was stated that contracts had been made for the Purchase of land at York for 1,500/. Doncaster 3,000/. Leeds 1,325/. Harrogate 600/. Estimates have also been made for cd it a tonal buildings at York 5,720/. Doncaster 2,7281. Leeds 6,339/. Harrogate 7,294/. Halifax 8,500f.i making a Gross total of 37,000/. The sum of Wai voted to fulfil tha agreements already made and a of justices was appointed to carry Cut the Nec Casar works for completing the depots for tha six militia Reg a Ragase be. Land troops at Sulina or at Akermann to Teke in flank or rear the russian forces assailed in front by the turks. In the course of a Winter Campaign the russians May to driven out of Bessa Rama and Kherson and compelled to fall Mick and establish their outposts in the Vicinity of Kiew in the Apple Heridon entertained at via nna of a Mardi non that capital by the russian jurors now Lufite Rizig in Poland and the adjoining provinces we do not Partid Pate. A. Arno Vegeot if so so might indeed postpone thit Fate now impending Over a ii re by own a Mere Imi Wod a rate it. A bin ate. Might pm an and Ese up a Fia ii yid Oas mgr vement but it is lond in avowed his crime but shared it non the Devil. I multiplying prosecutions. Success or inns for Here Are the next i tri ? on the 20 of Jun barrister. Pockets. His fee and the he was Sto anxious to sat Render up to jus a solid tor tells us himself that he is Aure of his to a and was sufi amp Reg my from a indigestion. On costs put of the society s fuds whether the court the with of my he joined the family j Din awards it in the course of 20 months the Neil and a muted a that he we Mcinally in Jsu Uci tor to this is Odets has pm a amt the costs a and. If he a denied it what tto to p / we Tyr of 32 prosecution and in two of the comes he has there iwo Oid Jye a been of of at last quot by the la thou adj no a Fin Are. On Pijie 25th of an gift most envious to be of i Sprog feed Obs a Seth Dow amp Day of e few we May dds Wendson oct. 26. The dinner party yesterday included his excellency the French ambassador and countess Walewska the Duke of Newcastle the Earl and countess Granville tis count and vis Contesa Hardinge lady Caroline Barrington h. Vise commanding officer Boyal horse guards and major spitty commanding officer esses bibles. The band of the Boyal horse guards was in attendance during dinner and played the following pieces . A Apricio Mercadante. Waltz quot Dewdrop quot Ival Bat. Finale 2nd part quot h Trovatore quo Verdi. Be Letlon quot Cheval de Brome quot. Anter. Polka quot invitation quot Dalbert. The Queen s private band afterwards attended in the Castle and Percoff cd the following selection tenure quot la . Coro Der Der Wischo Aud Marsch quot die Enmen cd von duet to quot die Lougen Weiber von Windsor quot Otto Nicolai. Sreh quot Joseph quot Handel. The Queen attended by the countess of Desart drove out in an open Carriage this morning. Prince albeit accompanied by Earl Granville went out shooting. His excellency a French ambassador and countess Wales a the Duke of Newcastle the Earl and countess Granville and the discount and Viscounte Hardinge took their departure to Day. M. Foucault had tha honour of exhibiting before Prince Albert some experiments with the Gyroscope a demonstration of the rotation of the Globe. M. Van a Weyer the belgian minister transacted business yesterday at the foreign office. The Duka of Newcastle returned to London yesterday from Windsor Castle. Despatches were sent yesterday from the colonial office for the governor of Gibraltar. The lord Chancellor hrs appointed eleven o clock on thursday the 2nd of november at his residence in upper Brook Street for the reception of the lord mayor and the other authorities of the City of London when the lord Chancellor will signify her majesty s approbation of the lord mayor elect. On the same Day at 12 o clock and also at his private residence the lord Chancellor will receive the judges Queen s counsel &o., thursday being the first Day of michaelmas Terin. Place like Sebastopol where there Isa numerous Gar risen it is necessary to have a Strong guard Ever on the Alert both Day and night otherwise the enemy might in a a Nice Ful Sally Spike. The guns and destroy the works and thus retard the operations for Many Days. In this respect the Bedeger possess great advantage Over the besiegers for the latter must be always prepared for an attack and be vigilantly watching at times when the enemy May be asleep. As Vauban recommends that at least an equal number of men to the in the fortress should a a>n8tantlyon guard to prevent Surpri the. Wearisome of such Watchm increase the difficulty of the Deg i and fires out the Meo with inaction. There never was an Occa Don Inch the importance of Protr acting a is by instant sallies quot was More or it to the besieged than in the Amilt on beb Opol the Earl of Dundonald will be gazetted to night vice Admiral of the United kingdom vice sir j. I Martin deceased. Richard Graves Macdonnell esq., c.b., at present of st. Vincent is to succeed sir Henry e. F. Young in the government of South Austrelia and Edward John Eyre esq., late Lieut. Governor of new Munster in new zealand is to be the of st Vincent. The Duke and Duchess of Beaufort Are entertaining a select decl amp at Badminton Park. We understand that h s Grace with his usual liberality intends to Hunt Thabea Eifort count during the season free of All subscript Ioos and moreover there will be six meets every week. The will of the late Duschea dowager of Beaufort has been lately proved and the Personalty sworn Emder 12,. The King of the belgians is to a at Bie Bridi on the Shine nest saturday on his return from Switzerland. To will Batha guest of the Duke of Umsu tel sunday and then Procce to by sols the tramp of Coigne. Great fire in Liverpool. Oboh our own Liverpool thu sati shortly before noon to Day a most extensive fire which will a attended with considerable loss broke oat in four very Large warehouses situated in Lancelot s Eek and in the midst of a densely populated neighbourhood. When tha outbreak first became known much Alaria was i Felt by tha inhabitants in consequence of there being b. Grit Quantity of East and West India produce in tha buildings. Tha whole of the property belongs to or. Moly Neus and is situated opposite Fazakerley Street. Twu Well known that there were vaults underneath the Cellas. In. Which Large quantities of spirits were in Bend and Bors tha vaults were numbers of barrels of spirits of tar Penzias spirits of tar resin &e., and this knowledge added cons deadly to tha opinions entertained As to the Dea Tractive Reyolti of the conflagration. The cellars in these warehouse i had each communication with the other and in one of them it was reported upwards of 100 barrels of turpentine Wero a deposited besides Saltpetre amp a. Above these Cellan to the extent of Sis stories were Cotton hemp &c., which la with the other combustibles spoken of belonged to my sort. F. Campbell and co., or. Heave mess. Stolt0 Foht and co. The spirits belonged to or. Beaini. Tha premises were what is termed certified Ware houses i e. They were externally fire proof and a Yeths origin of tha fire is a mystery. However it is certain that the a tilts and cellars were entered with a lamp and on this Day it was noticed that the a quot Bull s Eye quot of the amp was cracked through. It had been used during the to Minjir but after the discovery of the fire it was found in the a treat. 1 it was rumoured that a lighted Candle without any Nal Protection had been taken into the subterranean a Tore houses and As a natural result an explosion took plan a. Be this As it May the fire ascended from the cellars and a a it came a Contact with the barrels of turpentine &o., Alond explosion followed occasionally inducing the lookers on off Retreat in tha most precipitous manner. The Intel genes of the fire was scarcely promulgated before the West of England engine and tha corporate engines were on Cheapo for together with a Large body of policemen. No order How a Ever seemed to prevail the approaches to the Wareh Oitim were thronged with Idle and indolent people in Desimona a rendering any assistance and a fit had not been Foi a timely arrival of the mayor j. B. Lloyd esq., that id and regularity which followed Bis injunctions would a been unknown. The fire ascended rapidly and the my Organ instructions for tha clearance of the various avenues an being promptly obeyed the firemen were enabled to do that human Effort could do namely to pour in cop quantities of water for the density of the a Moke Roget by with its suffocating tendency nullified even any Ordill efforts quot to arrest the Progress of the hidden fire. Tbsp Prietos and tha tenants of the adjoining Ware Hong speedily busied themselves in the employment of Large and other conveyances to remove the property. Their warehouses consisting of Cotton sugar a us Phr in a and the celerity with which their removal was Ascoop Lafle was very satisfactory. While a this was proceeding dense columns of a a obscured the sky and taking into consideration then rawness of Lancelot s hey the corporation Brigado charged the duties assigned to it with commendable edition and patience. At length however the men a were unable to withstand the fumes which Rose �0� mass then burning secretly and for personal safety 00� those engaged in their hazardous occupation w obliged to withdraw some distance still the Gines played vigorously but without Moch end tha Fira had gained a Mastery and at four 0 this afternoon the flames Hur Atout in awful go go threatening destruction to the surrounding a a. A flame had also ots ailed. The roofs of the clearly showing that the Init Ila property Abov cellars waa then being consumed. When our p�c8 despatched the ii most fear was a Anil rated that Flo demolition of these warehouse must result if not Trupti oat the whole of tha Bau dings adjoining

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