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DANIELS, & VENETIAN BLIND mAKEE, 62, OXFORD STREET, MANCHESTER, (Established 30 years.

DANIELS, & VENETIAN BLIND mAKEE, 62, OXFORD STREET, MANCHESTER, (Established 30 years.

July 30, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE WAR. REWARD OFFERED FOR THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH. A correspondent of the Independence Beige states that the inhabitants

THE WAR. REWARD OFFERED FOR THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH. A correspondent of the Independence Beige states that the inhabitants

of the little town of Osterode have offered a reward of 10,000 thalers to whoever shall take the Emperor of the French, alive or , dead. CONCENTRATION OF PRUSSIAN TROOPS ON THE FRENCH FRONTIER. The Echo states that the Prussians are concentrating their Rhine army on the French f
July 30, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
CLUB DINNER.—Mr. Rylands, M.P., was present at the Cobden Club dinner, at Greenwich, on Saturday last. Mrs. Jenkins, wife of

CLUB DINNER.—Mr. Rylands, M.P., was present at the Cobden Club dinner, at Greenwich, on Saturday last. Mrs. Jenkins, wife of

William Jenkins, whitesmith, South-parade, Leanungton, gave birth to three children on Saturday—two boys and a girl. The recent military fracas in Hyde-park was on Monday the subject ox 3onversation at the Middlesex session. Major liiane, the defendant, having apologised, no evi
July 30, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
BIRTHS. July 24, at Stretford, the wife of mil. JAB/E5 CRAIU, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. July 21, at the Cathedral,

BIRTHS. July 24, at Stretford, the wife of mil. JAB/E5 CRAIU, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. July 21, at the Cathedral,

Manchestrx, JOHN MORRIS, eldest son of the late THOMAS o f A r d wic k, to o bluiord. July 21, at 3, St. John's Villas, 0 verum-road, Brixton, aged 51, Al.iNt33, widow of MR. C WILitiON, surgeon, of Runcorn. July 2i, at Queen-street, Knutsford, aged 53 years, Mr. JACIi,eUN, bone
July 30, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
WEDNESDA

WEDNESDA

E;ome two hours and a half were given to the ascussion of a Bill for enabling the Queen Anne's Bounty Board to superannuate its officers, specially the secretary and treasurer, who is 8,7 years of age, ant his held the office nearly fifty years. It was sharply opposed, but on a
July 30, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
TO FARMERS AND HARVESTERS. THE MOST COOLING BEVERAGE in Hot and Sultry Weather, is ST'iTRGE'S MON FSE RR A.T CO

TO FARMERS AND HARVESTERS. THE MOST COOLING BEVERAGE in Hot and Sultry Weather, is ST'iTRGE'S MON FSE RR A.T CO

lt RAN Y'S LIKE FRUIT JUICE; THE LIMETTA CORDIAL, Prepared from the Lime Fruit—they are both very refres.hing, and PREFERABLE TO BEEK, and quits as economicaL—Ses the Lanced, Times, &c, To be had of all Chemists—Onparial Pints (making two quarts of the beverage), One Ehilling ;
July 30, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

In the afternoon sitting, of the flcntse of Corn. moos, Mr. G - ladtoa e informed Mr. W. M. Torrens that no overtures have recently been nt plc by the Government of the Uaited States for the resumption of negotiations regarding the Alabama claims, and Mr. Otway declined to give
July 30, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1870. THE WEEK.

SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1870. THE WEEK.

—0: Education Bill has been read the .second t 1:. 1 —e the Lords without ;. division. The Lord 131.eaident maintains the same tone as the fe r l . PBi ; lll4 . The measure, he feels sure, will leasing= of education upon chill • e gdom. Their 0)1 et is declated to he, to *letain
July 30, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England