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A RAILWAY DANGER.

A RAILWAY DANGER.

Captain Tyler has reported to the Board of Trade upon the circumstances which attended the accideut that occurred on the 19th of Augast last, between Dovercourt and Wrahness, on the Harwich branch of the Great Eastern Railway. In this case the 11.40 a.m. passenger train from afa
September 28, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
.TU RDA.Y. SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.

.TU RDA.Y. SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.

THE GLOBE, Si THE VICTORIA CROSS. The Queen has conferred the Victoria Cross upon Major (now Bv.vet Lieutenant-Colonel) Donald Macintyre, of the Bengal Staff Corps, for his gallant ' conduct at the storming of the stockaded village of Lalgnoora, on the •lth January, 1872, when w
September 28, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1872.

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1872.

the battle. Henceforth the tables will probably be turned, and many works, great from a musical point of view, will be banished from the ecclesiastical to the" profane" stage. The" Stabat Mater "of Rossini will still be performed, but the soprano music, unless sung by a woman, a
October 8, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
emptied. The story sounds very terrible; but I as all the preliminaries are elaborately published in the newspapers, as the

emptied. The story sounds very terrible; but I as all the preliminaries are elaborately published in the newspapers, as the

place of meeting is kept secret, "because of the fears of an interference by the police"—with a slight suggestion that it will take place at Niagara Falls—and as telegraphic reports of the duel are to be published from time to time, there does not teem to be much cause for tear
October 8, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TTI E SAN JUAN BOtTNDARY.

TTI E SAN JUAN BOtTNDARY.

The New York Herald of the 2:,th publishes the following from Washington :—"There is much anxiety in official circles to Lear the result of the San Juan arbitration by the Emperor of Germany. The was dozed That April, and in the ease and counter-case of both Governments the full
October 8, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TitE uLoBE, wEDNESDAY,JANUARY 3, 1872.

TitE uLoBE, wEDNESDAY,JANUARY 3, 1872.

of questions affecting the Chnrch in the hands of its avowed enemies. There are, without doubt, abuses which demand retirees. and it is far better that the Church should itself undertake the teak of removing or abating them than that it should be monopolised by those who make uo
January 3, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OPINIONS OF MORNING PAPERS.

OPINIONS OF MORNING PAPERS.

NAVAL EDUCATION. The Times thinks "the public will hear with the greatest satisfaction that the Admiralty have resolved on a comprehensive scheme of naval education, for the purposes of which they intend to utilise the splendid, but now idle pile of Greenwich Hospital. Mr. Gosch
March 22, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO THE LADIES fJIHOMSON’s “ JpAGODA-" rjIHOMSON’. \ UTQMAXTO.** JIHOMSOIT. " JJIJPLHX."

TO THE LADIES fJIHOMSON’s “ JpAGODA-" rjIHOMSON’. \ UTQMAXTO.** JIHOMSOIT. " JJIJPLHX."

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March 30, 1872 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

August 8, at Staten Island, New York, U.S., at the residence of J. Walker, Esq., by the Rev. J. Cowen, A. J. Walker, to Caroline, youngest daughter of the late Mr. S. Workman, both of this town September 12, at the Pariah Church, Mr. O. Goodltffe.of Walsall, to Maria, daughter o
September 28, 1872 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
remanded cases.

remanded cases.

Elizabeth Wilton was charged remand with stealing from 06, St. Paul’s Street North, hock of bacon, value 2s. !>d., the property of Mr. John Older. Inspector Wiggett asked for a further remand until Mr,inlay, an important witness was too ill to attend. Remanded accordingly. Mory
September 28, 1872 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England