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THE EXAMINER. CONTENTS OF No. 3,803, DECEMBER iS, ?? Political and Social Notes. ilke and Lord Salisbury. The Crisis in the Church. imand its Freedom. Post-Office Expansion. : of our Streets. A New Scheme of Land Reform. The Institute of Painters in Water Colours. News from Turke
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

HAVE WE A GOVERNMENT? To thre Editor of thee EXAMINER. SIR,-There is a well-worn French proverb which pre- dicts evil consequences to " Chateau qui parle, et femme qui ecoute," and when a feeble and vacillating Government- parleys with treason, and lends a willing ear to the apo
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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NEW p STORZIEM. 7/ ?? CORN/ILL MAGAZ/EA for 7ANUAR I ISS I, contains the Ffirst Parts of Two A'ezu Stories. One entitled- GRAPE FROM A THORN. By JAMES PAYN, A Author of " Lost Sir Massingberd," "By Proxy," &C. The other- OVE THE DEBT. By a New Author. i The Stories will be illust
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE EXAMINER.

THE EXAMINER.

LONDOAz SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 188c. LORD PENZANCE'S MISTAKE. The noble lord who has charged himself with more than archiepiscopal functions so often defends himself that he must be thoroughly conscious his position is not so impregnable as he would fain have the public believe,
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
MUSIC.

MUSIC.

XMEFISTOFELE II." AT THE ALHAMBRA. The Faust legend appears to exercise an undying fascina- tion, no matter in what shape it may be presented, and the old and, unfortunately, too familiar story of temptation and sin never lacks its host of synipathisers with the unfortunate Marg
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL NOTES.

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL NOTES.

There have been ?? about for some time that American vessels were on their way to land arms in con- siderable quantities in Ireland, and now one of them has been captured in the Clare River, which runs into the Shannon a few miles below Limerick, where the "Severn of Ireland" is
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
STRAY LEAVES.

STRAY LEAVES.

Mr. R. A. Proctor intends starting a new weekly journal, combining literature and science, when he returns from his Australian and American tours, in which he has " made a fortune." Some reports having been afloat to the effect that Mr. Darwin's health is not good, it may be wel
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE EXAMINER OF PLAYS.

THE EXAMINER OF PLAYS.

"9A NEW TRIAL" AT THE PRINCE OF WALES'S. I These are assuredly the days of adaptations. Hardly any play of note is produced that is not from a foreign source, and it must be said that our playwrights show considerable skill in the selection of dramas suited to the English stage
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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CHRISTMAS NUMBER OF LIFE.: Now ready, price Sixpence, containing a Poem entitled " Scorn," by Owen Meredith Reminiscences of Charles Dickens at Gad's Hill; The Dighton Deerhound, by Major Arthur Griffiths; The Fatal Footman, by "Tiny Traveller;" The Ghost of My Host's First Wife;
December 25, 1880 - The Examiner - London, London, England