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May 22, 1872 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
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May 22, 1872 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
No . 23,029.

No . 23,029.

May 24, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ABANDONMENT OF A. VESSEL.

ABANDONMENT OF A. VESSEL.

A telegram has been received at Yarmouth stating that the smack Triton, belonging to that port, had been fallen in with on the Dutch coast in a sinking state. None of the crew were on board, and nothing has yet been heard of them. GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY. The first portion of the
May 24, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SOUTH DEVON, Near Dartmouth and Torquay, BE SOLD at by Mr. T. I Thuksday, the .PU« Valuable ~ Castle Hotel,

SOUTH DEVON, Near Dartmouth and Torquay, BE SOLD at by Mr. T. I Thuksday, the .PU« Valuable ~ Castle Hotel,

Dartmouth, at 3 oclMk pm. * ESTATE, forming one the most bea residences in the kingdom, known Sitnate mUe« E from aW^even Bay, the shore of which itinn gentleman fond of Close the village of Stokcflem.ng, and near the Church, which has been lately restored. • ’The house very co
May 24, 1872 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
UNIVERSITY BOAT RACES.

UNIVERSITY BOAT RACES.

Our Cambridge correspondent writes that Sitarday was the sixth and last evening of the races, and the interest was undiminished. The question Was whether the Lady Margaret crew would maintain their place as " head of the river." They scudded the course with comparative ease well
May 27, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHURCH SCHOOLS.

CHURCH SCHOOLS.

St. Schools, CitoacH-riRLD. —The jhilJroQ attendiug t'dase schools, numbering over 100 boys »nd »bont 200 girls, with the clergy sad teachers, enjoyed the of waggon ride Bratton Park on Tuesday. This trip has hitherto usually been done” by rail to Hugh Station; but, for children
May 25, 1872 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BARNSLEY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, MAY 25 1872.

THE BARNSLEY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, MAY 25 1872.

LETTER FROM THE EX-EMPEROR NAPOLEON. [Bf TKLKGBAPK.] Ti,,. » letter, .latwl 12tli May, the U 4 Ump-Sfe' Isapoluon 1., generals com,„an.|i .y *t ■ ,He nay-:-“Tlib 0.,1y judyineut can accept is that the nation regularly consulted. Thu- I am not called upon to deal with the report
May 25, 1872 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHELTENHAM MEBCOEY..

THE CHELTENHAM MEBCOEY..

May 25, 1872 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
PITTVILLE SPA & GARDENS. IIHE LESSEES of Pittrille Spa and its beaatifol *. Cardans beg to announce the Subscribers and

PITTVILLE SPA & GARDENS. IIHE LESSEES of Pittrille Spa and its beaatifol *. Cardans beg to announce the Subscribers and

the Public generally, that the Will commence On Thursday, May 23rd, 1872, And will continued every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY, Until the termination of the Season. Non-Snbacribera admitted at Sixpence each. Juveniles and Schools, Half-price. MACALPINE A BRBTHERTON, Lbskxs.
May 25, 1872 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England