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PROPOSED EXTENSIVE EMIGRATION OF ENGLISH ARTISANS.

PROPOSED EXTENSIVE EMIGRATION OF ENGLISH ARTISANS.

* T , * sdaT night a large meeting of artisans was held WeBt Bromwich, to discuss the advisabi/ity of estab. lislnng a national emigration scheme. Mr. Rust presided was considered that as the labour market in England was glutted the above idea was the only way to secure to I wor
August 27, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE EMPRESS EUGENIE AND THE NATAL COLONISTS.

THE EMPRESS EUGENIE AND THE NATAL COLONISTS.

The Due Bassano, replying to an address of condolence from Natal, presented Mr. Donald Currie, says the Empress is deeply touched with the sentiments expressed by the colonists, and desires him to convey to them her thanks. The address was signed by about 4,000 NaUl colonists.
August 27, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
PERU SEEN BY A NEW YORKER.

PERU SEEN BY A NEW YORKER.

PERU SEEN A NEW YORKER. Mr. J. Wrey Mould, for eighteen one of the architects of the Central Park, whose removal 1874 created so much comment, has returned to New York. Speaking of the war now in progress he said ,f The large operations of the Public Works Company of Lima, in whi
August 27, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
V it. distinctly that wa not i,sp..n<r*ie for any opinions »« expressed under this bead. We cannot undertake return OuTl

V it. distinctly that wa not i,sp..n<r*ie for any opinions »« expressed under this bead. We cannot undertake return OuTl

FRENCH IMPERIALISM. Totte Daily Sentinel. Sir —M..oy thanks for your having to-day given extracts contemporary the a«d the Stanford, the matter ot the proposed monument Westminster AVbg to tne memory the late Prince Imperial. These extracts are sufficient to show that the advers
July 23, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

Bill Parliament.—lv tl« Lords, Tuesday, the Stafford Railway Bill was read third time and pufsed. Liquidations.—The following names appeared night's Gazette, uLder lead of liquidations by arrangement:—John Hicks, Tu.ifti.ll, and clock maker; TliO-BbS Di.iiugtoti, chmaker and Jos
July 23, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
DEATH OF SIR THOMAS CHARLES STYLE Sir Thomas Charles Style, Bart., died at his residence, Sydney-place, Bath, this morning. PRINCE

DEATH OF SIR THOMAS CHARLES STYLE Sir Thomas Charles Style, Bart., died at his residence, Sydney-place, Bath, this morning. PRINCE

NAPOLEON AND IMPERIALISTS. The Central News Paris correspondent says " Prince Jerome Napoleon, since tbe Bonapartists have shown their unwillingness to accept him as their leader, promises to place himself at the head of the party, and goes within a few days to visit the Empress
July 23, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
GREAT SALE OF THE MANCHESTER STOCK OF MEN'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS* CLOTHING. In consequence the TERM HAVING*EXPIRED for the TEMPORARY

GREAT SALE OF THE MANCHESTER STOCK OF MEN'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS* CLOTHING. In consequence the TERM HAVING*EXPIRED for the TEMPORARY

PREMISES, and the NEW BUILDING NOW IN COURSE OF ELECTION NOT BEING COMPLETED THIS YEAR, the LARGE STOCK of PIECE GOODS and READY MADE GARMENTS have been REMOVED TO 6 and 8, FOUNTAIN-SQUARE, HANLEY FOR CONVENIENCE OF SALE. GREAT SALE THE MANCHESTFR STOCK IN HANLEY. MANCHESTER STO
July 23, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

HANLEY. Myers' Circus.—Oa Saturday an afternoon performance took place in Imperial Circus, which was tolerably well attended. In the evening, however, the was crowded to excess, with the exception ot the •tails and boxes, which came in for a fair 'J- After overture had been play
December 15, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LETTER FROM THE CLAIMANT.

LETTER FROM THE CLAIMANT.

The following has been put into circulation as a copy of letter from the Tichborne Claimant" From 1,129, Thomas Castro, Portsea Convict Establishment, Portsmonth, December 9th, 1879. To Guildford Onslow, Esq., The Grove, Ropley, Hants. Dear Onslow,—Thanks for yonr kind letter an
December 15, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
TRADE REVIVAL.

TRADE REVIVAL.

The Bishop Auckland Steel Works, closed seven years ago, were re-opened this morning, and will give employment to five hundred hands.
December 15, 1879 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England