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News of the Week.

News of the Week.

j1dus fff , Ilp wtchf Rome Notes' Mr George Hodder, of the Morning Post, who was injuredin a carriage accident in Richmond Park some weeks since, died on Sunday at the Richmond Infirmary, where he had been lying. The Countess of Caithness died on Sunday at Barrogill Castle, after
August 6, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
News of the Week.

News of the Week.

V, us o'f ljt aarmh. Home Notes. The Timies says: We have reason to believe that Mr Torrens, M.P. for Finsbury, has been invited by many per- sons of influence to become a candidate for the Chairman- ship of the Metropolitan Board of Education. There would be a peculiar appropria
August 27, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
FURTHER GUARANTEES FOR BELGIUM.

FURTHER GUARANTEES FOR BELGIUM.

The energy and discretion of Lord Granville have at a critical juncture secured for Belgian indepen- dence further, not fresh, guarantees. We pointed out last week in what respect the quintuple treaty of 1839 fell short of that of 1831; but we are bound to own that no desire, as
August 13, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
News of the Week.

News of the Week.

(XIN tbas of tlje Ultd-, II Rome Notes. The Rev. Newman Hall preached a sermon on the lvar at Surrey Chapel last Sunday evening. He said there could not be a doubt that throughout the world there was a danger lest the beginning of strife might tend to excite a universal conflagra
August 13, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

BECON. A petition has been presented by certain Liberal electors of Brecon, praying for the issue of a commission to inquire into alleged corrupt practices at elections for Brecon. Of course the petition cannot be acted upon, if at all, until next year. Monday was the last day f
August 20, 1870 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
_I'HE CARDIFF ABDUCTION CASE.*

_I'HE CARDIFF ABDUCTION CASE.*

TO THE EDITOR OF THE JEWISH RECORD. Dear Sir,----As Mr. Barnett Lyons has been influenced by public motives, as well as by private considerations in the proceedings which he instituted against the Abductors of his daughter, it is right 1 should inform you the result of his actio
August 5, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
LAST APPEAL. URGENT CASE FOR RELIEF.

LAST APPEAL. URGENT CASE FOR RELIEF.

To the Editor of the Jewish Record. regret that the several advertisements have not been responded to, only by a very, very few, and not in any way sufficient to ameliorate the poignant distress still endured by the widow, Fanny Levy, who was suddenly left with four children, th
August 5, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
Write for List of Market Prices to DAVID ISRAEL,

Write for List of Market Prices to DAVID ISRAEL,

POULTERER AND BUTCHER, 122, MIDDLESEX STREET, WHITECHAPEL. D. Israel's motto— COMPETITION AND NO MONOPOLY. CUBIT'S ELIXIR OF STRENGTH CIREATES HEALTH, STRENGTH AND k) power. It has restored vigour to thousands of debilitated individuals, who now enjoy perfect health. Many who, f
August 5, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
A REMARKABLE FLOOR-CLOTH. WARM AND SOFT TO THE FEET. Li I N 0 1-1 IT M - UNEQUALLED FOR WEAR.

A REMARKABLE FLOOR-CLOTH. WARM AND SOFT TO THE FEET. Li I N 0 1-1 IT M - UNEQUALLED FOR WEAR.

CARPET-LIRE APPEARANCE. IMMENSE AND INCREASING SALE.
August 5, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
CREMORNE, • Lessee and Manager Mr. John Baum. OPEN FOR THE SEASON.-THE Best and Most Wonderful Entertainments in the World.

CREMORNE, • Lessee and Manager Mr. John Baum. OPEN FOR THE SEASON.-THE Best and Most Wonderful Entertainments in the World.

ADMISSION, ONE SHILLING. AMUSEMENTS FREE. Open on Sunday, by Refreshment Card, 6d. Table d'Hote, at half-past 6,25. 6d.
August 5, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England