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April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
that public order Bhould be preserved. Then follows the sentence," Europe knows that the reconstruction of the army is our

that public order Bhould be preserved. Then follows the sentence," Europe knows that the reconstruction of the army is our

true revenge, and to reconstruct France is what we have to do." He reiterated that no one desired to disturb the peace, and that there was nothing to fear. Anarchy prevails to an alarming extent in Northern Mexico. A severe defeat had been inflicted on the revolutionists, but th
April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DARING GAROTTE ROBBERY.

DARING GAROTTE ROBBERY.

Early on Sunday morning, a garotte robbery, accompanied by moat brutal violence, was per- I pet:stud in Sheaf-street, Sheffield, near the new Midland station, the victim being a gentleman, named Flub. Mr. Amos Finite returned from Leicester by the train which arrived at Sheffiel
April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FUNERAL OF COLONEL BIDDULPH.

FUNERAL OF COLONEL BIDDULPH.

The funeral of the late Colonel R. H. Biddulph, of Chirk Castle, Lord-Lieutenant of Denbighshire, and commandant of the county militia, took place at Chirk on Saturday. The body was brought down from London on Thursday night, and upon its arrival at the castle the flag was hoist
April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DARING ATTEMPT AT ROBBERY.

DARING ATTEMPT AT ROBBERY.

About eight o'clock on Saturday night, at Leicester, an elderly lady, named Miss Burgess, went to answer a knock at the door whilst sitting alone in the house. A man pre-ented himself with a note, to Rbich be demanded an immediate answer. On her taking the note the man struck he
April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATE SHIP DEFIANCE.

THE LATE SHIP DEFIANCE.

Messrs. Edward Bates and Sons, of this town, owners of the late ship Defiance, thus write to the Times :—" Our attention has been called to a paragraph in your Money Article of this nay regarding the cargo by our late ship Defiance. It is so grossly incorrect that we deem it our
April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

SATURDAY, MARCH 30. ARRIVED: Atalanta, 8, Bombay—Doctor Oliver, Maracaibo—Eleanor Isabella, Bahia—Arracan, e, Rangoon_Herbert, Galveston—Diligent, Paraiba Paraiba—Johinal, Christiania—Sadolva, Paraiba—J. T. S., Pumaron—Giant's Causeway, New Orleans—Hanna, Christiania—Eleanor. Ne
April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
"EVIDENCES OF CIVILISATION.'

"EVIDENCES OF CIVILISATION.'

A few eases from the - Liverpool police records on Monday might do for insertion in the next edition of this celebrated work. Peter Dann, a labourer from the County Wicklow, was charged with dangerously wounding William Houston, of No. I, Islington, Great Crosby, and biting off
April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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April 6, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ACTS.

THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ACTS.

IN your excellent article some time ago on the subject of Mr. proposed Bill fo r the prevention oil contagious disease, you pointed out the probability that some snake might be lurking in its folds. You were undoubtedly right in this surmise, for the Bill, while nominally repeal
April 6, 1872 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England