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JITST ARRIVED FROM PARIS, Via. Belgium, a large consignment of FRENCH CLOTHS Inyarious Colours, will be sold 30 per cent,

JITST ARRIVED FROM PARIS, Via. Belgium, a large consignment of FRENCH CLOTHS Inyarious Colours, will be sold 30 per cent,

below the rum ket price, by CHAMBERS 8* 6 0. 11 m Y 86 " CLOTHIERS 3i A ' 26, OLD DIILLCIA.TL I Allsuouzawma.
December 31, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
WAR ITEMS.

WAR ITEMS.

Six French officers who had broken their parole have been recaptured, and sentenced to twenty years' irapi t mu a oLtiess. Firteen tnuusand Prussians and SO guns have arrived beture Ifiezietes, and the bombardment will corn. mence.: Frequent eimuuntere take place between the tio
December 31, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
TRIAL OF DOUBLE AND SINGLE I FURROW PLOUGHS at KNUTSFORD, Cheshb e, on Thursday, 19th January, 1871; or if prevented

TRIAL OF DOUBLE AND SINGLE I FURROW PLOUGHS at KNUTSFORD, Cheshb e, on Thursday, 19th January, 1871; or if prevented

by frost, on the first open Thursday afterwards, without further notice. trizes will be given to the Makers of the following Ploughs : CLASS I. A Double Furrow Plough, which shall produce the best and most highly finished work; due regard being had to lightness of draught, stren
December 31, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
SHIRE AND MONEY MARKET. LONDON, Thursday. There is a good demand for money, at 21. The markets are dull, but

SHIRE AND MONEY MARKET. LONDON, Thursday. There is a good demand for money, at 21. The markets are dull, but

prices steady. Consols and New and Reduced unchanged. Foreign bonds steady. Americans quiet. Railways generally without change. Telegraphs a shade firmer. French scrip, 11, 1} die.; German, , prem. FIINDS. Consols 9l/ Console Account. New and Reduced Great Eastern Manchester and
December 31, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
FRENCH LADIES ON 'ENGLISH HOMES.

FRENCH LADIES ON 'ENGLISH HOMES.

A French lady, probaqy the same who has excited so much interest, offers in the Times a word of warning to Englishwomen. She says that the luxury and expenses of French society in recent years have had much to do with the present conditi of ruin, misery, and humiliation. If the
December 31, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY OF THE NORTH.

THE ARMY OF THE NORTH.

News of importance may not improbably arrive soon fiom the French and German armies in the extreme north. General Faidherbe's force is massed about Cambrai, and the latest accounts represent euffel as following hint up. Two
December 31, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Tin SUN, rLONDON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, iB7O.

Tin SUN, rLONDON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, iB7O.

;: t„ r G ILI HER •MAJESTY a OSBORNE, Dec. 30 The Queen drove out yesterday afternoon, accompanied by Princess Beatrice, and attended by the Dowager Duchess of Athole. Colonel Du Platt was in attendance on horseback. Her Majesty walked out this morning, accompanied by Princess L
December 31, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Eke (frpptogram By the Author of "The Dodge Club," &c, CHAPTER XLIII. THE REPORT.

Eke (frpptogram By the Author of "The Dodge Club," &c, CHAPTER XLIII. THE REPORT.

URING Lord Chetwynde's absence Hilda received constant communications from Gualtier. He had not very much to tell her, though his watchfulness was incessant. He had contrived to follow Lord Chetwynde to London under different _ disguises, and with infinite difficulty ; and also
December 31, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Hornpipes, jigs, strathspeys, and reels, Put life and mettle in their heels. A winnock-bunker in the east, There sat auld

Hornpipes, jigs, strathspeys, and reels, Put life and mettle in their heels. A winnock-bunker in the east, There sat auld

Nick, in shape o' beast, A towzie tyke, black, grim, and large. In his " Midsummer Fairies," Hood aims to allegorise the fairy mythology of Shakespeare. The first appearance of the elfins is finely described : Some by degrees Crept from the primrose buds that opened then, And so
December 31, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
DEC. 31, 1870.1 Corry4:iontrour.

DEC. 31, 1870.1 Corry4:iontrour.

[We invite discussion on all subjects of interest to ladies, and it must be distinctly understood therefore, that by giving insertion to the letters of correspondents, we do not necesssarily identify ourselves with the opinions of the writers.—En. L.O.P.] 'CBE CRAB ROC, NR FLA.M
December 31, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England