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Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

fortioix bi ligmaf I I' ?? I THE RELATIONS BETWEEN FRANCE AND GERMANY. A positive contradiction is given by the Paris Constita- 'Ianef to the statement made by the Daily Telegraph, that the relations between France and Germauy have assumed a very warlike aspect, and that an ultim
April 24, 1872 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DISTRIBUTION OF THE "GELL" PRIZES IN DERBY.

DISTRIBUTION OF THE "GELL" PRIZES IN DERBY.

DISTRIBUTION OF THE ?? OELL" PRIZES IX DERBY. On Saturday afternoon the first distribution of these prizes took place at Trinity school-room, Derby. Some time ago the sum of 4001. was contributed in memory of the late Rev. Philip Gnll, who was a former incumbent of St. John's Chu
April 24, 1872 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DISTINGUISHED MARRIAGES. THE MARQUIS or BuTE.-The marriage of the Marquis of Bute to the Hon. Gwendaline Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Lord Howard of Glossop. was solemnised last Tuesday at the Oratory, Brompton, in the presence of a numnerous and distinguished gather- ing. Archb
April 21, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mrs. ROUSBY as "Joan of Arc," at Liverpool.

Mrs. ROUSBY as "Joan of Arc," at Liverpool.

Mrs. BOUSBY as "Joan of Arc," at Liverpool. (From The Liverpool Meekly A Ifion, April 6th.) RoYAL ALEXaNDRA THsEATRa-DUring the week Tom Taylor's play ,Loan of Aro has been performed at this Theatre, with Mr and Mrs Rousby In their celebrated characters of La Hire and the Maid of
April 21, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEARE RYALLIVEPOOL. Tr.NTE , T eny t Foty LADIES of the BALLE. Mus be god Dacers ood Figures, and Appear. 'me Etiegettn. al te yar oun. Peae forward Photo, in Cha- rUIC ~ Adre~, Muric de rece asabove. IIIEA' ROYAL AND OPR OUSE, TUNSTALL and BUESEM VXTEDjj in consequence of Miss
April 21, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

AMERICAN THEATRICALS.

ANERICAN THEATRICALS. CrpRO )t OUR OWB COUIUCSPONDIUNT.) NElW yolRK, o1itiii; 18.-Tmit; Ac.AiiPITY or Music, was crowded by fasliola3ale uodiences last week to witii!sS ?? porformnace of the Strakiiscrh Ialisan (qlperi Coinpally. (Jl tbe ib11i Roberto if Diarct, was represelted f
April 7, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS IN AUSTRALIA.

THEATRICALS IN AUSTRALIA.

(FRioi oUR ovwN coaauvONDENTi) MELBOURNE, FEBRUARY 16, 1,872-The principal event to be chronicled this month is the death of Mr. G. 1H. Rogers, an old and popular comedian, who in the Australias held a reputation second to ione for his histrionic ability. MAr. Rogers came to the
April 7, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CRYSTAL PALACE.

CRYSTAL PALACE.

CRYSTAL PALACK. Easter Monday at Sydenbal, this year outran its fortuidablel rival Good Friday in the race for popularity. Certainly Good Fri- day was wviat is known no a 'soaker," but on Mon day, if the sun atone at all, it was but between drenching showers. Consequently wye are
April 7, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE INCOMPARABLE R O T H E R S L E N T ( N B (HERBERT, FRANK, and JOHN), ROYAL MUSIC HALL, HOLBORN, and BOUTH LONDON, Every Evening, ?? a et in their Grand Drawlngrooma Performance and Marvellous Tab Feat, until further notice. Permanent Address, THOmAsA LENTOtS, 83, Caroline-str
April 14, 1872 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STIRLING UNITED PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERY. 'rem monthly meeting of the Stirling Unita Pre.hyteriati Preilbytery took Once on the session of tTte«Held

STIRLING UNITED PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERY. 'rem monthly meeting of the Stirling Unita Pre.hyteriati Preilbytery took Once on the session of tTte«Held

Church—g e e. Mr Paton, Beilfrou, presiding. TILLICOULTUT CASE. The Clerk (Mt Blair. DunGlane), intimated ,hat he had received tie folios log appeal to the Synod, a 11.4 the same might be It.anmttt ht tin - Posh)! If: Walton' of Appeal to the of the United Presbyterian the ember
April 6, 1872 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland