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PRICE THREEPENCE. LONDON, TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1872 N* 30,699
April 30, 1872 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTELUGesC 2 \

UNIVERSITY INTELUGesC 2 \

UNIVERSITY INTELUGes C 2 \ — •— f raoii OCR OWN COaRSsPON^ENT CAMBRIDGE,^, the _uatßsa_' raizs*. The prize givea annually by tne numbers fort', i- versity in Parliament for the best English essay * I subject connected with Britiah history »r li«_ iu||e beeu adjudged to William Bh
April 30, 1872 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THIS AFTERNOON. ■^T ON CON FORMIST COMMITTEE. •n_i* Committee has been formed to watch PubUc Events hrir bearing upen the

THIS AFTERNOON. ■^T ON CON FORMIST COMMITTEE. •n_i* Committee has been formed to watch PubUc Events hrir bearing upen the

position and rights of Noncon- i" ' t! . £,„! t<> take such a«sion thereon as may from time ' orB _ot !«• deemed <-xj>edient. Personal Members are elected ?? Vwiic-onfonmsts resident in Sheffield and its neighbour- <T°*. .lio uo. 11 t le*s than one shilling each to the funds of
April 29, 1872 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SUMMABY OF NEWS.

SUMMABY OF NEWS.

The " International Exhibition of 1872 " was " inaugurated " on Saturday evening by "an official reception," held by the Duke of Edin- burgh in the Albert Hall. Tne steamer bearing the American reply on the question of the Indirect Claims arrived at Queenstown on Saturday- The d
April 29, 1872 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MORE GOOD NfcWS EOR RAILWAY.• TRAVELLERS.

MORE GOOD NfcWS EOR RAILWAY.• TRAVELLERS.

MORE GOOD NfcWS EOR RAILWAY • TRAVELLERS. A short time ago we announced that the Midland Railway Company had agreed to attach third-class carriages to all their trains — express and ordinary — and that the same would come into operation on the lst of April inst. We are glad to he
April 29, 1872 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OPENING OP THE NEWgROTHEEHAM.INFIRMARY;

OPENING OP THE NEWgROTHEEHAM.INFIRMARY;

OPENING OP THE NEWgROTHEEHAM INFIRMARY; On Satuiday afternoon a public meeting of the inhabitants of Rotherham was held in the large male ward at the Rotherham Infirmary on the formal opening of the institution for the reception of in-patients. The room was crowded almost to inco
April 29, 1872 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
RETFORD

RETFORD

Saturday. — Before C. Thorold, G. Chapman, andß. Latcock, Esqrs. Game Trespass. — John Owgan was summoned for trespassing in pursuit of game on land in the occupation of Mr. Clater, at Misson, on the 14th April. William Wilson, a keeper, found defendant hunting a hare in one of
April 29, 1872 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A Local lighe amoug the Potitical dissenters n llo,lg the Political Dissenters 'St* d ?. English clergy 'St. tain leaBt

A Local lighe amoug the Potitical dissenters n llo,lg the Political Dissenters 'St* d ?. English clergy 'St. tain leaBt

giftod Bons tbe V J »»«„* Were ' ifc say good mail ° / ° &n^l&ai - Not many fti Sk- of Commons. Alike Moratory and sound hi. essentially a man Bishop of Peteeborough dieto would bave fitted him to almost any position in life. c, 8 Dissenters and Dissenting SQ owding to hang on h
April 29, 1872 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

THE NEW INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) London, Satubday Night.—Tha e(Oond of the series of annual exhibitions projected South Kensington was launched to-night at what was called an official reception" by tbe Duke of Edinburgh and other illustrious personages. The term vague, and conveys
April 29, 1872 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
EVENTS THE Dai. [EKE Jeweller's Stock, Booms, 10 and 6 Mr. Groceries, <fee, Brown-street, 10.30 Mr. E. Siddall Boots and

EVENTS THE Dai. [EKE Jeweller's Stock, Booms, 10 and 6 Mr. Groceries, <fee, Brown-street, 10.30 Mr. E. Siddall Boots and

Shees, &a., Mart, 2.30 and 6 ..Mr. E. Siddall Unredeemed Pledges, Booms, 6 Mr T. Oldfield Building Materials, Commercial-st., 12 Mr. G. H. Eadon Unredeemed Pledges, Mart, 7 Mr. Cowen Sermon Mr. Varley, Zion Chapel, Attercliffe Nonconformist Meeting, Mount Zion Lecture-room. At 4
April 29, 1872 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England