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SAT U RDAY, DECEM B E R, 31.

SAT U RDAY, DECEM B E R, 31.

(1.(11 III\(< DEPOT. TIIK I'l JU.IC Gr.NKRALLV AUK INVITED INSPECT F. I. HOE AND ASSORTMENT Winter Clothing* In all the Now and most Fashionable Materials. The £2 Sins and Defiance Soverf.ig* 20 - O T 2 0- llcst value in London, Uefinnro Trou*«‘r«i, Iln. Gil. l>eflanc»* Vfl'st.
December 31, 1870 - Tower Hamlets Independent and East End Local Advertiser - London, London, England
 
USES OF CLAY.

USES OF CLAY.

Pho Savannah Republican, giving a description of the white clay Georgia, goes ask And now what becomes of the 60U or 800 tons of southern dirt that is shipped monthly to the North This is question in which the public are interested, and we propose to give the information. A port
December 31, 1870 - Tower Hamlets Independent and East End Local Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE PARKS ~ ~ HOW PRISONERS ARE TREATED. rnc frost continaod with increased severity durin , .

THE WEATHER AND THE PARKS ~ ~ HOW PRISONERS ARE TREATED. rnc frost continaod with increased severity durin , .

*, . . . the night of the 2‘2nd inst. and the following div death of two prisoners in the House trf Corrocwithout an further fall of snow, tho wind being fro'i 111 loruu 'd the subje-ct of an imiuiry before Dr. Lantho N.N.E. midnight 22nd tho glass at , inst. Lrat, Clark, Receiv
December 31, 1870 - Tower Hamlets Independent and East End Local Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE EAST LONDON ART UNION

THE EAST LONDON ART UNION

SANCTIONED BY GOVERNMENT. OFFICE 280, WHITECHAPEL HOAD, Doors East of the Chiu’ch. 1 r.oo Prize* have been a!re«dy distributed, consisting of Oil Paintings, Water-colour Drawings, Cbromo-Lilhograirhs, Bronze Figures, Timepieces, kc., &e. Tickets One each, for the NEXT DRAWING. J
December 31, 1870 - Tower Hamlets Independent and East End Local Advertiser - London, London, England
 
November.

November.

1. Political Mootings—Spouting in Trafalgarsquaro by tbo Fountains. 2. Possible rain of meteors—certain rain of cats and dogs. 3. Archery Fi tes commence; President, the Head Master of Harrow, First Meeting in Bowatreot. 5. Hanwell Holidays commence. G. Cambridge Term divides in
December 31, 1870 - The Days' Doings - London, London, England
 
A magistrate’s wooing,

A magistrate’s wooing,

magistrate’s wooing, girl, and seeing Bruin making his way toward the bed, started up in a hurry, and added her screams to those of the girl. The bear commenced a charge upon the fair ones, being evidently in sportive mood. By a dexterous flank movement, he cornered them both, an
December 31, 1870 - The Days' Doings - London, London, England
 
[DECEMBER SI, 1870.

[DECEMBER SI, 1870.

December 31, 1870 - The Days' Doings - London, London, England
 
THE LUXEMBOURG TREATY.

THE LUXEMBOURG TREATY.

Luxembourg, Tuesday,—A deputation of the Patriotic Committee presented yesterday to Prince Henry a national petition of the Luxembourgers,which was signed 44,809 persons. After a speech from the President of the Committee, Prince Henry said :—" I feel happy aud proud at this pro
December 31, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Mr. Jacob Akroyd, of Bratnley, ne»r Leeds, was killed Monday night at Calverly station. Mr. Forster has intimated that shall

Mr. Jacob Akroyd, of Bratnley, ne»r Leeds, was killed Monday night at Calverly station. Mr. Forster has intimated that shall

in due time issue instructions with regard to the steps necessary to be tak<?n for the formation of school boards in all parishes not included in cities and boroughs. Sir William Mansfield, commander of the forces in Ireland, proceeds to England at the end of this week to confer
December 31, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
IN THE LAST GREAT NEED.

IN THE LAST GREAT NEED.

THE LAST GREAT NEED. STORY OF THE WAR. [From the Argosy for January.] A (■ look, almost as some sad terror, lay oyer the village. But ft short week* ago none had been more blithesome in all the Vaterland. A hot, unclouded, radiant summer, under which theproductsof the earth had f
December 31, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England