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AN ENGLISHMAN KILLED BY THE MOORS.

AN ENGLISHMAN KILLED BY THE MOORS.

AN ENGLISIXDZAN stLLsD BY THE I MOORS. The Oibrait&r C7troaicle publishes an account of the circumnstances which followed the wreck, near Cape Spartol, on the night of the 24th inst., of the British bark Zuleika, of London. On the day following the wreck, " Mr. James Hay proceede
February 12, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MURDER IN WELLCLOSE-SQUARE.

MURDER IN WELLCLOSE-SQUARE.

I URDER N WELLOLOSE-SQUARE. I On Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Wrake Ratcliffe, the coroner for the Liberty of the Tower, resumed an adjourned inquiry, at the courthouses Wellolose- square, concerning the death of Josi Rico, aged 30 years, a Spaniard, who it was aleged had been murdered
February 12, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ROEBUCK ON NICE PERSONS.

ROEBUCK ON NICE PERSONS.

ROEBUCK ON NICE PERSONS, Mr. Roebuck attacked Lord John Manners in the House of Commons as one of Siwift's " nicest persons" with the " nastiest ideas." Now Lord John Manners was weak and in- consequential in his proposition to close the doors of the Divorce Court on immodest rev
February 12, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

The customary Christmas attractions at our theatres are still holding their own fairly enough; so well, indeed, that it has not been thought necessary to pro- vide any great excellence in dramatic wares out of the region of pantomime and burlesque. The present period of the year
February 12, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ADULTERATION OF FOOD.

ADULTERATION OF FOOD.

I __ ADjULTERATION OF FOOD. as a _ L . .. The scandalous plan of adulteration, and the unfair system, that is pursued in some of the brewing ests. blishments, detrimental to the public as well as to the revenue, will occupy the Commons. Malprac. tices to an enormous extent are ca
February 12, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE GARDEN.—BY MR. GLENNY.

THE GARDEN.—BY MR. GLENNY.

| I cTHE GADN.-t 'MR. GLod. ?? SEASONABLE GAARDENING. Gardening will now commence in earnest wherever the greund in dry enough. Turn up every vacant space at once, and without delay. Winter has disposed of many crops that would otherwise have occupied the ground, so that there is
February 12, 1860 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
INTELLIGENCE EXTRA.

INTELLIGENCE EXTRA.

INQRTHAMPTOrf and -PYTOHLE~Y RUNT. FNRST DAY.-A(3sPtR or th GREAT ?? STAKES of 100 sovs, added to a HnRdicap Sweepstakes of a sovrs each, 15 ft. and 6 only if dciaared, &c.; the owner of the second horse to receive 25 sore out of teo stakes; the winner of any handicap after the
February 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

?? EDITION FOR EARLY MORNING. TI'RAINS ON SATURDAY. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1860. The Budget was to have been produced by Mr. GLADSTONE on Monday, but the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQuER was taken ill at the end of last week, and his financial statement had to be postponed,to the serio
February 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

THE FINANCE COMMITTEE.

TECO FINANCE COMMITTEE. A resolutionwas propounded last week, and carried by the House of Commons, singularly illustrative of the mutability of a popular assembly. If there be one class of subjects more jealously watched and vigorously defended than another by that House, it is q
February 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES, &c.

THEATRES, &c.

THEATRES, &oo Drury-lane-On Monday night Mr. Charles Dillon com. menced an engagement at this theatre, appearing as William Tell in a compressed form of that well-known play by Mr. Sheridan Knowles, which was originally brought out on these boards thirty. four years ago. In the i
February 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England