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LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES.

LONDON GAZETTES, Tuesday, September 24. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED.-H. BERRY, Southmalling, near Lveas, painter. B;,ANKFUPTS.-(To Surrender at the Bankrupts'-court, London.)-J. B1ll IERGER, Chsrierhouse-lane, shoe maccufacturer-W. BLAN- Ci,\lti),into of Keppel-terrae. King's-road, Chels
September 29, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

F R E E M A S0 O NR Y. dtson Royal Masonic Institu~tioxx for Boys PTe proxest for the lelctist of eleven out of a list of forty-olle colldi- ws thke o tist praxhino, Were issued oil Monday lost, fcod ed vaniage was tactet of that OPportunity of informing Brethren itot before aw.a
September 29, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN DRAVI'ATIC INTETLLIGENCE. (WarmTEN EXPRESSLY FOR " Tiirn Eni.") The Paris Hippodrome has varied its programme in such a way as ever to command large audiences, On the bills may be seen, in large letters:-" Boxe Franpaise.-Vigneron and his gun on his shoulder. Mdlle. Azell
September 29, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
[ill] FATAL COLLISION ON THE THAMES.

[ill] FATAL COLLISION ON THE THAMES.

ALE FATAL COLLISION ON THE THAMES. | Important evidence was adduced on Tuesday at he adjourned inquiry held by Mr. Lewis, the coroner for Essex, relative to the death of George Cheeseman, he cteersman of the Metis at the time of the col- ision between tbautvesseland the screw ste
September 29, 1867 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE PROVINCES.

THE PROVINCES.

TH piyvI- D "OPHIRA'-D~not~A'OU)ThAGEI AW,'EXIT- TERniS At ?? of lceteruonSitlrday, a wsomae Iha ?? tt in n hed ?? a qusan. nae TO 1ore.. lunresao titv of vitrin ~ov'ii Ha ?? .Nlvf~own it' arsae t1)a,'n'theprevious evrthlig, at balflpast' ezgi'- o' clock,. tlh 1~conplaijiauit was
September 29, 1867 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED MURDER AT WOLVERHAMPTON.

ALLEGED MURDER AT WOLVERHAMPTON.

ALIEGED MURDER AT WOLVERERAPTCN.| A woman was ihockingly muirdered in Wolver i hampton .ox Sunday.ni.iht.' Her name is Nomi Neale, and she is 'the wife of Thomas Neale, a white. 'saith, in the employ of Messrs.' Wbitesmith,' edge too] makers, 'of that town.' She was about forty y
September 29, 1867 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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September 29, 1867 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

Ig3I MUSMNT DRRY ^LANE TEE &TREU longest season, and, perhaps shortest recess itet r atterton has re-opened Drury Lane, ony and progI a nme tlet mnat command ib s om ltr. Bernard's somewhat ponderous tee ?? .Faus het, been revived, with a cast 7ti. Ole'r onebut ?? alteration sinc
September 29, 1867 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MURDER BY A FRENCHMAN OF HIS [ill].

MURDER BY A FRENCHMAN OF HIS [ill].

31URDER BY A FRENCHMAN OF HIS n_ AJA, t,,MISTED SS. wit i rinay, at the Old Bailey, Louis Bordier, a Frenoh- mai, 32, was brought up, charged with the wilful mur or of Mary Ann Snow, with whom he had cohabited for thirteen years. liir'. Poland and Ur. Collins were the cou.sel on
September 29, 1867 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE DISCOVERY OF A SKELETON AT HACKNEY.

THE DISCOVERY OF A SKELETON AT HACKNEY.

THE DreC iVUY OF A fiESLETO! AT HAMCNEY. On Friday, Mr. Jshlu ittwpeuray, the coroner for Mid- dlesex, held an inquest a: the Arnhurst Arms, Ambaurst- road, on the skeleton of a child whish had been found under saupidont4 ocrcumst.%nces in a coal-cellar at No. 4, Loddiges-road, E
September 29, 1867 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England