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ARREST OF GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN. THREE AMERICAN PASSENGERS DETAINED.

ARREST OF GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN. THREE AMERICAN PASSENGERS DETAINED.

Mr. George Francis Train, who has long enjoyed a certain kind of noisy notoriety, and who is known in this neighbourhood as the projector of the Birkenhead street railway, Mr. Grinnell, of Bost-tn, merchant, and a person named Gee, • commercial traveller, were arrested on Friday
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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GRNERA.t. It is stated that the armaments at Toulon, Antibes, and Yillefranche are completely terminated. Several railway employes at Derby have be4ei sent to gaol for stealing goods in transit on the Midland railway. Mr. Widdicombe, the comedian, is seriously indisposed, and un
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MR. BARNES, M.P., AT BOLTON.

MR. BARNES, M.P., AT BOLTON.

On Thursday Mr. Barnes, the Liberal member for Bolton, addressed his oonstitutents. There was • large meeting in the Temperance-ball in that town, the audience being principally composed of working men. The chair was occupied by Mr. Thomasson, vice-president of the Reform Regist
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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.1)plr Trr :Yr ' fr7f TTrli 'ln Tr iommyr ITT TT THE LTVERP6oT: WEEKLY COURIER. FRIT:MD AT, jAgrAirit -25, 186 g.

Trr :Yr ' f r 7f TTrli 'ln T r iommyr ITT TT THE LTVERP6oT: WEEKLY COURIER. AT, jAgrAirit 186 g. with the wall, broke her bowsprit, and carried away part of the top of the wall. Her bulwarks were greatly damaged, and ahe was generally much shattered. When the tide receded efforts
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WEST INDIES.

WEST INDIES.

ARRIVAL OF THE CARRIBEAN. Yesterday afternoon the West India and Pacific Company's screw-steamer Carribean, Capt. Whitburn, arrived in the Mersey, after a rapid passage, from the West Ladies, but though some of her dates are later than those received by the last mail, she brings
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SUIT TO NULLIFY A LIVERPOOL MARRIAGE.

SUIT TO NULLIFY A LIVERPOOL MARRIAGE.

The case "Hill v. Hill and Johnson (falsely called Hill)" was before ,Sir J. P. Wilde in the Divorce Court, on Thursday. This was a suit instituted by the father of the respondent, Johannes de Vera Hill, for a decree of nullity of marriage with the second respondent, Charlotte J
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DISGRACEFUL OUTRAGE.

DISGRACEFUL OUTRAGE.

Two men, named John S. Bettridge, and Matthew H. Thompson, were charged on Saturday, at Ashbydela Zoueh, with having outraged Elizabeth Thompson, 18 years of age, at Pistern-hill, near Ashby, on the evening of the 10th inst. Bettridge is keeper of a yiblie-house near Ashby, and
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Brow—WoLvon—Jon. 18. at St. Jude's. by the Rev. T. W. Richardson, Mr. Heory Barstow to Miss Annie Walton. BLACK—R•uoirros— , on. 17, by lieenoe, at St. Silas's, Penabroke-plitoe, by the Rey J. R. Conor, Mr. James Black to Annie. only daughter of Mr. Almond Houghton, both of this
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BISHOP GOSS ON LADIES' DRESSES. SERVANTGALISM, CRINOLINES, AND CHIGNONS.

BISHOP GOSS ON LADIES' DRESSES. SERVANTGALISM, CRINOLINES, AND CHIGNONS.

On Sunday, Dr. Goss, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Liverpool, attended in the course of his triennial visitation at the Roman Catholic Church of St. Peter, in Bed-street, and delivered a discourse at the morning service, at eleven a.m. The usual congregation was largely increased
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SEVEN YEARS' RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

SEVEN YEARS' RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

In the 'Tears 18964866 , there were 297 passengers killed in , railway accidents the United Kingdom, 169 of them from causes beyond their own-centrol, and 128 throughtheir own misconduct or waist of cannon. In the same years passenpfers were injoacd, 4,403 of them from causes be
January 25, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England