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- VIAN and Wife, as Butter a,nd. , thorough Cool: JYJ (and HousekOepeilf required) Execilea tharacters. Town or country.,-F. L.,

- VIAN and Wife, as Butter a,nd. , thorough Cool: JYJ (and HousekOepeilf required) Execilea tharacters. Town or country.,-F. L.,

Sharp's, Butcher, 107,Western-road, Brighton. in • iI — .AN and Wife; 'man as thorough In-door , ,Sprvant ; wife Good Plain Cook, in a small 'family.. Middle-age. Good character.—A. Z.,, 43, rfethpool-street, Nclgware,road,
November 14, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF MR. LAIRD, M.P.

DEATH OF MR. LAIRD, M.P.

We regret to announce that the protracted illness of, Mr. John Laird, the member for Birkenhead, ended on Thursday night in his death, which took place shortly before ten o'clock. Mr. Laird, who was never a robust man, was in the seyentieth Year of his age. He was of Scottish or
October 30, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
'BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

'BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

An action in the Court of Queen's Bench, Whitaker v. Rochester, in which judgment was allowed to go by deftiult, was heard on Thursday before Mr. 'Under Sheriff Bnrchell and a jury, at the Middle3ex Sheriff's Court, to assess the compenSatibn to be awarded to- Elizabeth Whitaker
October 30, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SUN-LIGHT.

SUN-LIGHT.

Smuggling is a romantic thing as described in sen• rational boys-of-England stories; and it is no doubt a profitable thing, but "not always," as we can fancy Captain Mugg eridge would say. The captain is entitled to be heard, if only in fancy, for he can speak from notable perso
October 30, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TTEALTH, Strength, Energy.—PEPPER'S JUL QUININE and IRONTONIC strengthens the nerves, enriches the blood, promotes appetite, and thoroughly restores health. Bottles

TTEALTH, Strength, Energy.—PEPPER'S JUL QUININE and IRONTONIC strengthens the nerves, enriches the blood, promotes appetite, and thoroughly restores health. Bottles

4s. 6d., lie., and 225.; carriage free 66 stamps.—J. PEPPER, 237, Tottenham-court-road, London. Sold by all chemists.
October 30, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SUN-LIGHT.

SUN-LIGHT.

The Spectator speaks highly of Mr. Disraeli's speech in the Home Rule debate, declafing its only defect to have been the non-appreciation of the want of loyalty in Ireland being such a drawback to the success of Irish schemes. Mr. Disraeli's chaff about the persistence of the Ir
July 4, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
DELLAR'S CORN and BUNION PLASTERS are warranted to cure corns, bunions, and enlarged toe joints in a few applications. Boxes,

DELLAR'S CORN and BUNION PLASTERS are warranted to cure corns, bunions, and enlarged toe joints in a few applications. Boxes,

le. lid., of all chemists.—PEPPEß, 237, Tottenham-court-road, London. By post, 14 stamps. ID
July 4, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS A ROYAL SHOOTING PARTY.

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS A ROYAL SHOOTING PARTY.

His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, accompanied by Lord Alfred Paget, .arriyed at Windsor from London by the 11.10 a . .m. ordinary train on the Great Western Railway, to-day. The Duke, on his arrival, proceeded in the Royal shooting-break to Cumberland Lodge, where he was
November 6, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
GREAT FIRE IN CAMBRIDGE.

GREAT FIRE IN CAMBRIDGE.

A fire of a somewhat serious nature took place last night at a house in Rose-crescent, Cambridge, occupied by Messrs. Farren, photographers and picture dealers, and the premises were burnt out in the course of a very few hours. A house on the right was much burnt in the upper pa
November 6, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

' Racing was continued on Thursday at Lincoln and Worcester, and the Lewes Autumn meeting was corn=ed. At the firs - 11-named meeting Sir J. Astley won , the Lincoln Handicap with Lady of the 'Lake, and the Woodyeates candidate—Woodman of Arden—clexerly defeated Mr. Chaplin's St
November 6, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England