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LO.DON. FRIDAY,

LO.DON. FRIDAY,

No. 24,384. CRYSTAL PALACE.-EXCUR SIONS DAILY. Gardens and Park refreshed by rain. Never more beau"'ltd.—THlS DAY, JAPANESE TROUPE. Palace open for admission from .. .. 10. 0 till 7.30 Orchestral Band 1. 0 and 3.30 Terrace Fountains .. 2.15 Royal Tycoon Japanese Troupe .. 3.30 F
July 29, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, STRAND.- Lessees—Messrs H. J. Montague. D. James, and T. Thorne.—THlS EVENING, at 730 CUPBOARD LOVE, by F. Hay.

VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, STRAND.- Lessees—Messrs H. J. Montague. D. James, and T. Thorne.—THlS EVENING, at 730 CUPBOARD LOVE, by F. Hay.

Atter which, at 8, a new and original Comedy, in Three Acts, entitled TWO .1:10:"ES, by James Albery. To conclude with the new and successful iiurlesque, DON CARL' )S ; or, The Infante in Arms Supported by Messrs. H. J. Montague, H. Irving, G. Honey, W. H. Stephens, and T. Thorn
July 29, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
opinions in order that they may have an opportunity of comparing notes. Recently he gave a breakfast at Carlton-house-terrace, and

opinions in order that they may have an opportunity of comparing notes. Recently he gave a breakfast at Carlton-house-terrace, and

among the guests were Lord Lyttleton, the Bishops of Lichfield (Dr. Selwyn) and Bath and Wells (Lord Arthur Hervey), the Rev. Dr. Rigg (editOr of the London Quakerly Review), and the Revs. Henry Allon and Baldwin Brown, the well-known Dissenting ministers. A funny scene took pla
July 29, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.-THIS DAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.-THIS DAY.

FREQUENCY OF CONVICTIONS FOR WANTON. CRUELTY. — John Green, a cabdriver, was summoned by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, at the Marlborough-street Police-court, for wantonly flogging a horse. Sir Henry Hoare, Bart., deposed that on the afternoon of th
July 29, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
A COHEN, PASTRYCOOK AND CONFECTIONER, 33, MIDDLESEX STRRET, ALDGATE, PEGS RESPECTFULLY TO INFORM THE ..1.1 public in general, that he

A COHEN, PASTRYCOOK AND CONFECTIONER, 33, MIDDLESEX STRRET, ALDGATE, PEGS RESPECTFULLY TO INFORM THE ..1.1 public in general, that he

is prepared to supply WEDDING DINNERS and PARTIES, in town or country, in the best style at the lowest possible prices. All kinds of Fancy Cakes, Jellies, Blanc Manges, and Ices. China and Glass lent on hire. TESTIMONIAL.-A Cohen, Cook and Confectioner, of 33, Middlesex street,
July 29, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
WANTED—A RESPECTabIe person to assist in management of a house, and to be with a lady of advanced years. Apply

WANTED—A RESPECTabIe person to assist in management of a house, and to be with a lady of advanced years. Apply

by letter to H., care of Hatton, Law Stationer, 22, Chancery lane.
July 29, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
Gout, Rheumatism, Contracted and Stiff Joints.

Gout, Rheumatism, Contracted and Stiff Joints.

- In the above class of cases, no remedy ever known possesses such powerful influence, if well rubbed into the complaining parts, as effectually as salt is forced into meat. For settled aches and pains the Ointment n ay be considered a sovereign remedy. External Ailments General
July 29, 1870 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
otalArtvs.

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Ws observe that the Lord Chancellor has appointed Thomas Stockwood, Esq., Solicitor, of this town, a Commissioner for Administering Oaths in Chancery. RELIGIOUS SERVICES.—A series of religious services will be held at the Tabernacle on Monday next, in which several well-known min
July 29, 1870 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
girths, Warriagcs, and peath.

girths, Warriagcs, and peath.

[No ammuncements can be attended to unless properly authenticated ; and containing the words "No cards" are charged for as advertisement.] THOSE LADIES who have not vet used the GLENFIELD STARCH, are respectfully solicited to give it a rial, and carefully follow out tlile direct
July 29, 1870 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
MONSTER TEA PARTY AT POUTHCAWL.

MONSTER TEA PARTY AT POUTHCAWL.

It proved a happy idea the holding of a tea party on Saturday last to benefit the funds of Gilgal Baptist Chapel, and it turned out in reality what it was called on the posters—" A monster tea party." The great " exodus " from Maesteg on that day settled the fixture for the tea
July 29, 1870 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales