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THE LITERARY EXAMINER.

THE LITERARY EXAMINER.

Lady Byron rindicated. A History of the Byron Controversy, from its ?? in 1816 to the present time. By Harriet Beecher Stowe. Sampson, Low, Son, and Marston. Thank goodness, we see land at last ! We heartily welcome this book, if for no other reason than that it will finally rel
January 29, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

@huituarll, The death of General SIR DE LACY EVANS took place on Sunday night, at his residence, in Great Oumberland Street, at the advanced age of eighty-three years. He was the son of Mr John Evans, of Milltown, in Ireland, and having been educated at Woolwich, obtained his fir
January 15, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE COSTERMONGERS.

CAMBRIDGE COSTERMONGERS.

We had occasion last week to make a few remarks on the character which our Universities had of late acquired as seminaries of education. We were almost willing to forgive much of their falling awaY from the original purposes of such institutions on the ground that they afforded
March 5, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
AMENDMENTS IN THE LAND BILL.

AMENDMENTS IN THE LAND BILL.

[ A week ago we thought we were in shore; but an adverse gale has suddenly sprung up, and we find ourselves " twenty pages" off Irish Land's End. The second reading of the Government Bill was carried a week ago almost unanimously; yet already not only independent friends and ind
March 26, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
News of the Week.

News of the Week.

'eAns usf Ote Metho Rome Notes. Mlr Scudamore, says the Globe, has written a letter to the secretary of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, pro- mising to lay down, within as short a time as possible, additional wire and an additional cable to Ireland. Until this additional accommoda
June 11, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
MONETARY REVIEW.

MONETARY REVIEW.

Whit-Monday was as usual a holiday on the Stock Exchange and no business was done in the public funds. On Tuesday Consols were anything but brisk, partly owing to the attention of speculators being diverted to the foreign loans. They fell 4 below the closing price of Saturday, a
June 11, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE MODERN CATO.

THE MODERN CATO.

We venture to offer a suggestion to our theatrical managers. Let one of them produce a piece which slall describe contemporary life, its manners, dress, and customs as these are represented to us by our social satirists. Let us have a picture of English society as it appears whe
February 26, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
News of the Week.

News of the Week.

El. d05 )of fiv mrcht Rome Notes. It is stated in Dublin that at a meeting of the Privy Council, held on Monday, it was resolved to place portions of eight counties under the Peace Preservation Act. At a meeting of the Town Council of Cork, on Monday, a resolution was passed cond
April 30, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

EAST SUFFOLK. The writ for an election to supply the vacancy in the iepresentation of East Suffolk has been duly proclaimed. The Liberal candidate, Sir Shafto Adair, appears to be ilely to be returned without opposition, no Conservative candidate having yet appeared. LONGFORD. T
May 21, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE NEW NOVEL. -0- Just published, in three vols., KIL MEN. BY WILLIAM BLAOK, Author of 'In Silk Attire,' &c. -0- WESTMINSTER REVIEw. c'I4ilment' shows a many-sidedness which i excessirdy are. It abounds, in the first place, wit gthat is thle rarest of all gifts-huumour. The char
May 21, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England