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NEW PUBLICATIONS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

IjIRASER’S MAGAZI J? No. CCOCLIV., lINE for OCTOBER. , price 2s. Gd.. Hie Paris Exhibition. By C. R. Turkey and Crimean War with Variations. Th» Irish Church Establishment Mr. Browning’s Sordello." in the Time of Queen Elisa- . First Paper. By Edward beth. W. Maslere Brady, Dowd
September 30, 1867 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC every Week, from the principal Publishers.

NEW MUSIC every Week, from the principal Publishers.

PIANOFORTES TUNED AND REPAIRED, in Town or Country, Experienced Workmen,
September 30, 1867 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Skkmoma: a The DICHESS of ATHOLL.

Skkmoma: a The DICHESS of ATHOLL.

The DICHESS ATHOLL. Tbe Ladt Licr Grant Loris*. Mabcuio>£ss of Waterford The Counters of Strathmore The Cor>TESSof Kelue .The Lady Bal- The Cor vrlute Hai>M>g- pour. ton. The Lady Clinton. The Countess of Atrmp. The I>owaoer Lady gray. The Counters Bovt>>EBK. • The Lady Bf.lhaven
September 30, 1867 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
erontracis.

erontracis.

TO BUILDERS.—Parties desirous of TENDERING lor the Ereotion National SCHOOL ROOM, atEdale, in the County Derby, may Inspect the Drawings and Specifications at the ol Mr. Isaac Cooper, In between 10 m. end 5 p.m. on any day except Sunday. Sealed Tenders to .bo delivered to the Rev
September 30, 1867 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

J. T.—Yoar disclaimer is merely personal. We know of many others who are keen advocates a Maine Law, and consequently of compulsion. A Reader.” —We accept your compliment as to a full report. The publication of your note is, hawever, unnecessary.
September 30, 1867 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Maxfield. —On the 14th inst., Ann Maxfield, Hoyle- aged 70. Frith.—Or the 271 h inst., Glossop-road, Mary Frith, the eldest danghter of the late Tom Frith, Professor of Music. Brown. —On the 29th inst., Mr. Joseph Brown, britannia metal manufacturer, 229, Rockiughamstreet, aged
September 30, 1867 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
?? Printed and Published at the Morning Po»t "* ce - , . ' 1 street, .-strand, in the county

?? Printed and Published at the Morning Po»t "* ce - , . ' 1 street, .-strand, in the county

of Middle*-*- A_* I BMOADiiiUUu,^ Printer. -Monday, SepteW* 1
September 30, 1867 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

PRINCE OF WALES i'ACHT CLUB. The closing trip of the above club came otf on Saturday, this being the only club that has this year essayed to close their season with a sail down the river. The ren- dezvous was Blackwall at ?? acd shortly before three the commodore, Mr. Cecil Long
September 30, 1867 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PAN-ANGLICAN S7NOD,

THE PAN-ANGLICAN S7NOD,

THE PAN- ANGLICAN S7NOD, (From the John Bull.) Ihe proceedings of the Pan-Anglican Conference have, we understand, been most satisfactory, and the wisdom of excluding reporters has been abundantly manifested in the greater freedom of debate, while the authorised report will conve
September 30, 1867 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Shipping.

Shipping.

MARITIME NOTES. The brig Danube, Barnes, arrived at Copenhagen on the 25th inst., all well, after passage of four days. The barque Ocean Sprite, Mear, for the West Indies, was off Exmouth on the 27th. The Scotia, Morse, from Callao, last from Queenstown for Shields, was off Dart
September 30, 1867 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England