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No. 685. —vol. xxiv.]

No. 685. —vol. xxiv.]

3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
[With Two Supplements, Is.

[With Two Supplements, Is.

3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE WAR: AS AFFECTING INDIA, AUSTRALIA, AND AMERICA, The European interests of the War are numerous and compli* cated; but

THE WAR: AS AFFECTING INDIA, AUSTRALIA, AND AMERICA, The European interests of the War are numerous and compli* cated; but

the perils and difficulties which it will create are by no means confined to one poition or one hemisphere of the globe. The presence and power of Great Britain are felt in every quarter of the world. Our possessions are so large, and our political and commercial relations with
3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, 1854.

SATURDAY, 1854.

3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
strojed Odessa, if they had been so disposed. The Russian Government does not intend to carry on the war in

strojed Odessa, if they had been so disposed. The Russian Government does not intend to carry on the war in

the merciful manner of which we have set it the example. Perhaps there has been already too much of this ill-bestowed mercy. Many persons are of opinion that it would have proved more merciful in the long run, if our fleets had not left a stone standing Odessa. However that may
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THE WAR IN BULGARIA.

THE WAR IN BULGARIA.

We have received the following from our Special Correspondent at Sohumia, accompanying some characteristic Sketches of scenery and incident, which we shall publish in an early Number. The letter of the ISlh of May, to which these few words are pcst'eript, has never reached us; —
3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
GEAND COUNCIL OF WAR AT VARNA.

GEAND COUNCIL OF WAR AT VARNA.

The most important item of intelligence in the letters from Constantinople of May 20, is the announcement that general Council of War was about to beheld at Varna, for the purpose of deciding as to the final steps to be taken before opening the campaign. On the 18th May the Gran
3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE BLACK SEA FLEET.

THE BLACK SEA FLEET.

The fleets appear to be still cruLing before Sebastopol. For seme days there had been heavy feg, and the French and English vessels had to keep constant ringing of bells and firing of guns, to prevent running foul of each other. The cable which is put across the mouth of Sebasto
3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
NEGOTIATIONS WITH SWEDEN.

NEGOTIATIONS WITH SWEDEN.

The exchange couriers between London and Stockholm h said to have been very frequent lately. Two special passed through Hamburg cn the 23rd ult.—one coining from London, the other from Stockholm; both were the bearers of despatches for the respestive Governments. Important negot
3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE BALTIC FLEET.

THE BALTIC FLEET.

All that was known Copenhagen, up to Sunday last, was, that on the 23rd May Sir Charles Napier lay before Hango Point, prepared to bombard the fortress Gustaffsvern. The Austerlitz was with him, and also Rear-Admiral Chads, on board the St. Jean d'Acre, Rear-Admiral Flumridge, w
3 June 1854 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England