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THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE BISMARCK.

THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE BISMARCK.

A Reuter's telegram from Kissingen, dated July 15, says it has been positively ascertained that Kullmann was at Berlin for a fortnight last Whitsuntide, with the object of executing his plan of assassinating Prince Bismarck. According to information from competent authority with
July 16, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
LATE NEWS. RELEASE OF MR. ITASELDEN.

LATE NEWS. RELEASE OF MR. ITASELDEN.

A Reutees telegram of to-day says Haselden has been released by the brigands of the Sierra Morena and arrived at Linares yesterday. . THE WIMBLEDON MEETING. [By TELEGRAPH.] WIMBLEDON; Thursday. The match for the Elcho Challenge Shield has commenced. As there are three ranges to
July 16, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 16, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
"English & Americar, finance Agency, MANSION HOUSE CHAMBERS, 12, QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, AND BUDGE ROW, CAYITON-STREET, LONDON, E. C .

"English & Americar, finance Agency, MANSION HOUSE CHAMBERS, 12, QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, AND BUDGE ROW, CAYITON-STREET, LONDON, E. C .

MESSRS. DOBSON, TIDDY & CO BEG to state that they negotiate for sale of, or effect Loans on, Properties (Freehold or Lease hold), Reversions, • Life Policies, Railway Bonds, Stocks, Shares, and other securities oi a bona' character. Messrs. D., T. & Co. undertake to financ Railw
July 16, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TEN REASONS WHY MR. GLADSTONf -A- SUOULD NOT BE It-ELECTED DICTATOR 01 ENGLAND.

TEN REASONS WHY MR. GLADSTONf -A- SUOULD NOT BE It-ELECTED DICTATOR 01 ENGLAND.

I. Because Mr. Gladstone might, if he would, have abolishei the Income Tax in 180, as he promised to do in 1853; ' Whereas w,len the falling in of the Terminable Annuities in the. firs mentioned year - enabled -him to redeem his pledge, instead devoting to this. purpose the mone
January 28, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CITY OF LONDON ELECTION.

THE CITY OF LONDON ELECTION.

GREAT CONSERVATIVE MEETING THIS DAY. A great meeting of the Conservative electors of the City of London was held at the Cannon-street Hotel to support candidature of Mr- Philip Twells, Mr. Hubbard, and Alderman Cotton as representatives of London in the House of Commons. Mr. Mas
January 28, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PONTIGNY PILGRIMAGE. (FRom OUE CORRESPONDENT.)

THE PONTIGNY PILGRIMAGE. (FRom OUE CORRESPONDENT.)

THE PONTIGNY PILGRIMAGE. (FRom CORRESPONDENT.) NEWHAVEN, Tuesday. - Directly we had left Victoria Station this morning everybody commenced the "Itenerarium " or devotions for the journey on his or her own account. These lasted but a short time, and then We relapsed into conversat
September 1, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. MACKONOCHIE'S CASE.

MR. MACKONOCHIE'S CASE.

At the Arches Court to-day, the case of Martin v. Mackonochie came before Sir R. Phillimore in reference to the admissibility of the nine articles which had been f led alleging offences against the ecclesiastical law. Arthur Charles and Mr. Walter Phillimore appeared for Mr. Mac
July 3, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SUN-LIGHT.

SUN-LIGHT.

The Daily News makes a suggestion to Mr. Disraeli that is really a valuable one. After remarking that the nation has to thank him for many art treasures which Would have been lost for ever bad the news. sary formalities been awaited, it urges him to profit by the ' , opportunity
July 3, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CORN.

CORN.

PRESTON.—Average supply of wheat, with ready sale, at full prices of last week. Flour is dearer: No change in oats or oatmeal. Wheat, 19i to 23s per windle. Flour, 29s 6d to 34s 6d per pack. Oats, 3s 8d to 4s 3d per bushel.. Oatmeal, 33s to 35s per load. ' CARLISLE.—There was an
November 28, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England