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THE COURT.

THE COURT.

-r,. v ,nd Princess j.Le . . yesterday at tern-on. ~rd and Lady GranviUe Oonour dining with he Queen and the * -ssc- Her Majesty t..e Queen and their Roya. Princess Beatrice ana Prince Leopold attend". Service this morning in the Private Chapel.
April 30, 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Suicide by a Rifleman.—On r Jj Christopher Tritton, of the Lewisham Ken- I Volunteers, committed suicide by blowing, nut 3

Suicide by a Rifleman.—On r Jj Christopher Tritton, of the Lewisham Ken- I Volunteers, committed suicide by blowing, nut 3

with his rifle. In the Goderich divorce case on Tuesday Lord _jed said Airs. Goderich could have the issue cruelty xi in her favour. If she persisted in the charge ad"'" the matter must again before a jury. e Floriline !—For the Teeth and Breath.— * cg* drops of Floriline on a w
April 30, 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BE1)II O 0 M 11 I UIIE. COMPLETE SUITES Polished Inlaid Ash, Tulip, and other Fancy Woods. Patent Enamelled Suites

BE1)II O 0 M 11 I UIIE. COMPLETE SUITES Polished Inlaid Ash, Tulip, and other Fancy Woods. Patent Enamelled Suites

in Pea Green and various colours, from Guineas, complete. DRAWING ROOM WALNUT SUITES, Splendidly Upholstered in Green Ilep, from 1€- Guineas. & SONS, UPHOLSTERED- AND CABINET MAKERS, 51, 52, & 53, UNION STREET, TORQUAY. L \V y-' MA N U ' TffIRT V SECOND SEASON. TURNIP MANURE, O
April 30, 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LITERARY AND SCIENCE GOSSIP.

LITERARY AND SCIENCE GOSSIP.

[From the Athena;urn.] At the dinner of the Royal Literary Fund, on the Bth of May, the health of the Chairman, the King of the Belgians; will be proposed by Mr. Disraeli. Mr. W. W. Hunter's new work on Orissa, the source and centre of the worship of Jagganath, and which gives a
April 29, 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Irish kming.~~ln his speech a few even^fSp'fy' I the banquet of the Royal Dublin Society •*•!) V I gave further

Irish kming.~~ln his speech a few even^fSp'fy' I the banquet of the Royal Dublin Society •*•!) V I gave further

evidence of his wish to co operate engaged improving the condition of Irish In domg so his Excellency trie reach * heretofore the word improvement *f class, too, from which little v ' -5 notwithstanding , - c haH b population. The T . lm P«rtant ireland states ordin hidings valu
April 29, 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Food jected th« * new process to which the nibs are subiwn effectually removed, substitute^' L adapted for afterno«n or

Food jected th« * new process to which the nibs are subiwn effectually removed, substitute^' L adapted for afterno«n or

evening use, a will, te \ * eBU fc - The flavour of Caca'»i MnisUbS London " Ja ? p * , Homoeopathic Chemists,
April 29, 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE DANGERS OF TRAVEL IN THE HOLY LAND.

THE DANGERS OF TRAVEL IN THE HOLY LAND.

-tne of m- t may ,^enia interest Tne^ nSonty ftoroUgfiW tle ' iv exploring more They wenf bee, \' V' le the of Moab. engage" certain of f }'- ). where they Kerak f halm Arabs to escort the nto ; ri , ls at hor-el-«afi, they found the Maa" and , . 'Attyyeh (a division of Dip]bit™
April 30, 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Gloucester Wliitetield Memorial Church and schools, facing the Park, and the foundation stone which was laid by Mr. S.

The Gloucester Wliitetield Memorial Church and schools, facing the Park, and the foundation stone which was laid by Mr. S.

Maaliug, M. P.", in the early part of last summer, will be opened Tuesday next. Several eminent Nonconformist ministers will tak'e part the proceedings. DEATH OF LORD AUDLEY. —George Edward Tliicknesse-Touchet. 20th Baron Aud ley, aud Count of the Holy Roman Empire, expired at H
April 30, 1872 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
A strike of Liverpool carters is considered inevitable. It is stated that the Empress <>f Germany will probably come to

A strike of Liverpool carters is considered inevitable. It is stated that the Empress <>f Germany will probably come to

England shortly on visit the Queen. The Queen, with the Princess Beatrice and Prince Leopold, arrived Windsor Thursday afternoon from Buckingham-palace. The detached squadron, under the command of Rear-Admiral Seymour, has arrived at Bombay, and will to Mauritius, auilHheuee to
April 30, 1872 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WINES. BBANDIES, WHISKEYS, Ac., Imported direct front *ll the leading Shipper*, and supplied to the Public the moet advantageous Terms

WINES. BBANDIES, WHISKEYS, Ac., Imported direct front *ll the leading Shipper*, and supplied to the Public the moet advantageous Terms

poeeible the Purchasers. SHHUUM from the Wood, every variety, full and dry, Pale, Gold, and Brown, from Ida. upward*, including excellent Dinner Winea @ 24*. POSTS from the Wood, from 13s. to 345. CLARETS, SAUTEBN XS, Roosn.LO.vs, 4c., from 12s. Sole Agencies for Hungarian, Gree
April 30, 1872 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England