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STOCK EXCHANGE. [FROM THE OFTIC/AL SI‘IARE LIST.] THREE O'CLOCK.

STOCK EXCHANGE. [FROM THE OFTIC/AL SI‘IARE LIST.] THREE O'CLOCK.

STOCK EXCHANGE. [FROM THE OFTIC/AL SI ‘ IARE LIST.] THREE O'CLOCK. Closing Menses done Yirdey To-day. Three D. is. Con., 93 92193 D 6. for Amount" 4 92 Do. Reduced 91t 91Al! Threes ''9ll 9 11 911 E nd:wiper 1116 eche part Col.o3ttat. GOVSFC CM/OA& 1977-80 304 10G Do. 5 per omit.
January 29, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Now ready. at all the lands. in 3 vols., COLONEL D AORE. By the Author of " "There is ranch

Now ready. at all the lands. in 3 vols., COLONEL D AORE. By the Author of " "There is ranch

that is attractive both in' Colonel Dame ' and the simple•hearted girl whom he honours with his love." —Amassers. " "Colonel Daces is • Rootlets's throashont, which character is somewhat rare in modern uovels."—PALL Matt Gszarts. Hurst and 131aeltett, 2uhLialiers, 13, (treat lia
January 29, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO TEE LIVERYMEN TADCITY OF LOND AND OTHER ELECTORS OF ON. Grarriguern. — The sudden dissolution of Parliament finds me

TO TEE LIVERYMEN TADCITY OF LOND AND OTHER ELECTORS OF ON. Grarriguern. — The sudden dissolution of Parliament finds me

laborring under a sharp attack of illness, and consequently unable to take any active part in a =deleted election. As I have every reason to Lope, however, that rely health will shortly be ratoted, and as I have long been named as one of the Conservative candidates for the City
January 29, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SUICIDE OE A RAILWAY.

SUICIDE OE A RAILWAY.

This morning about half-past nine, as a train from Efammersmith was entering the Westbourne Park Station of the Great Western line, a man, apparently 40 years of age, jumped from the platform and placed himself in front of the engine. Despite the efforts of the driver, the engin
August 18, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NORTH OF ENGLAND.

NORTH OF ENGLAND.

In the retrospect of the last few years, says the Financier, some curious features in connection with the development of joint-stock enterprise are presented. There have been periods during which certain classes or groups of companies have been introduced, and no sooner was one
August 18, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE KING OF DENMARK•

THE KING OF DENMARK•

A telegram from Leith says At noon to-day the Ring of Denmark with Prince Waldemar landed at the Victoria Dock jetty. Mr. Macgregor, M.P., and members of the Dock Committee, received the party. His :Niajesty, after shaking hands with Mr. Macgregor, drove to the Royal Hotel, Edin
August 18, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET THIS DAY. LATEST PRICES. ITELEGELPHCD ET SPROUL Wittig.' City ()rico of Tao 49, Comilla. Twelve o'Clock. The firmness

MONEY MARKET THIS DAY. LATEST PRICES. ITELEGELPHCD ET SPROUL Wittig.' City ()rico of Tao 49, Comilla. Twelve o'Clock. The firmness

which characterised the markets yesterday continues, and although transactions are upon a very limited scale, quotations are in many cases again a point higher. On the Foreign Market Egyptian of 1873 and Peruvian Five per Cents. are higher ; Italian, French, and Turkish 1. Prese
August 18, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, TTIESDAX, IMF 7, -1874

THE GLOBE, TTIESDAX, IMF 7, -1874

July 7, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY'S LAW AND POLICE. BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. Lord Coleridge and a special jury were to -day engaged

THIS DAY'S LAW AND POLICE. BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. Lord Coleridge and a special jury were to -day engaged

in the tr.al of the case of Webster v. Williams. the petitioner, Miss Elizabeth Webster, was a young lady, the d,ughter , of a woolbroker in the CitY; The ana their private residence was in Mecklenburg-square . action was to recover damages for a preach of promise of marriage an
July 7, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, TUE THIS DAY'S SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (From Ltovo's, July 7.) WRECKS AND CASUALTIES. The Rio Douro, Porta:mesa steamer, from

THE GLOBE, TUE THIS DAY'S SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (From Ltovo's, July 7.) WRECKS AND CASUALTIES. The Rio Douro, Porta:mesa steamer, from

Lisbon to Havre, has gone ashore on rocks of Esposeade. Crew saved. The Hipparchus, steamer, of Liverpool, from River Plate, last from Southampton for Bremerhaven, got ashore at Land Head, of Ryile, at high water and remains. Goverumeut tog gone to her acsistance. The Hipparehus
July 7, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England