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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

THE UERAL OF JON BROWN. (From the Hem York Tribune.) After having described the progress of the funeral Cortee from Troy to North Elba, the home of John Brown the reporter of the Triuane says:- I a1r. Brown had expressed a desire that his body should be Laid in the shdow of a gre
January 1, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PROFESSIONAL SPIES IN DOMESTIC LIFE.

PROFESSIONAL SPIES IN DOMESTIC LIFE.

PROFESSIONAL SPTES IN DOMSTIC LIFE. A case has been decided by Sic Cresswell Cresswell. -It is that of " Sopwith v. Sopwith," which is an excellent example of the mischief which arises from the employment of professional spies in domestic life, more especially when the emoluments
January 1, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FATAL RIOT AT ALDERSHOTT.

FATAL RIOT AT ALDERSHOTT.

I We regret to learn that a serious ciot took place at Aldershott on the evening of Christrnias-day; between some men belonging to the 2nd battalion of the 24th regiment and a comphany of the king's own light ins fantiy (Tower Hamlets) militia, and which was un. fortunately atte
January 1, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE GARDEN.—BY MR. GLENNY.

THE GARDEN.—BY MR. GLENNY.

THE GARDEN.-BY MU. Go.Euy. SEASONABLiE GARDENING. We are now starting into a new year, and we take it for granted that many are commencing a new garden, or, it may be, an old garden, which-as many people hancy stilU is worn out. We haveknown many anold garden that has ceased to p
January 1, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RELEASE FROM PRISON OF THE SAILORS OF THE PRINCESS ROYAL.

RELEASE FROM PRISON OF THE SAILORS OF THE PRINCESS ROYAL.

flEZ.EASE I1XROM!K PRZSOx OR' THE SAILODLts | <>EOW TIE PRlINCESS ROYAL. In consequence of a recommendation from the Adini- ralty, to the effect that the sailors of the Princess Royal would be sufficiently punished by a month's imprison- ment, the Secretary of State has advised t
January 1, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FATAL RIOT AT ALDERSHOTT.

FATAL RIOT AT ALDERSHOTT.

WA&Th.i. 3LKOT AT ALDMRSXOTT. We regret to learn that a serious riot took place al Aldershott on the evening of the 25th instant, between some men belonging to the 2nd battalion of the 24th Regiment and a company off the King's Own Light In- fantry (Tower Hamlets) Militia, and wh
January 1, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

J: BOWEN, LICENSED .VICTUALLEWS [ . PEWTEEER AND BAR FITTER, begs to call the at- tention of the trade generally to his improved Beer Machines, w hich for strength and durability surpass anything hitherto made. The Levers are warranted not to bend or 'break, thus en- suring that
January 1, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
REPORTED LOOS OF A SHIP WITS 850 LIVES.

REPORTED LOOS OF A SHIP WITS 850 LIVES.

The overland mail from China brings intelligence of the repor t ed loss of the American ship Flora Temple, 2,000 toes burden, to Savannah. having on board the large number of 850 coolies The ship it appears had struck near Cochin China, but tame off, and was afterwards abandoned
January 1, 1860 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
DZSTAITOTIVI TIRE.

DZSTAITOTIVI TIRE.

CHESHUNT, FRIDAY MORNING - Considerable sensation has been created in the neighbourhood of Cheehunt and its vicinity, in consequence of the outbreak of a most destructive fire, on Thursday night, on the premises of Mr. Ball, furniture dealer, Cheshunt-street, which involved a ve
January 1, 1860 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
STRAND.

STRAND.

We suppose it is a temerity of hie function that makes the writer of burlesque. like Richard, pursue his course " without remom or dread ;" now trevestielog some little bit of hallowed feeling, now meking ea onslaught on some cherished gem of sentiment. At the risk of having our
January 1, 1860 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England