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Miwfrol the Dun'. Muir M.rk.t t»ko» i>Uw t.wlay. Town ami Suburb* TursJu'l morning. All tl.« immigranto the h' .rf.rsliir,-, numbering

Miwfrol the Dun'. Muir M.rk.t t»ko» i>Uw t.wlay. Town ami Suburb* TursJu'l morning. All tl.« immigranto the h' .rf.rsliir,-, numbering

/ • 511 souls, wers within week after their Order* jor any period, to the Office nrriV sl. cSoSSi, March 3. fV Ihhuertr, ur Agruts, *UI b* Amongat th< , wil( , left Uverpool duly attended l(K Tuesday ft.r New York in the (.'uuar>l steamer Atlas Annual Subscription, ss, or 4d pre
May 12, 1874 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATUH.

DEATUH.

At Brookline, Mass., U.S., America, ontliedth nit., Mary Aoue, daughter Alex. Forbes, joiner, late of Edinburgh, aged 12 years, and the l.’i ult., Isabella, aged yeais, of scarlatina. At Brechin, on the iust., Marion, daughter of Mr William Dumbreck, proprietor «f model Ancient
May 12, 1874 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 
By A. S. Harvey.

By A. S. Harvey.

Bow Pays the Queen. Hew Got late Debt. Budget. What's Taxes T £ Stories the Irish By Nugent Robinson. 10. The Dangerous Classes. By the Author of 'I he Pauper, the Thief, and the Convict.” TM nSSSi&TC KM. The -Ob. dm a - ; 11. Poema. By William Sawyer. ii. Short Storiea. By Theo
May 19, 1874 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 
THE RIGHT THING IN THE RIGHT I'LACE

THE RIGHT THING IN THE RIGHT I'LACE

A time for verythimr! a fdsco for CTarythimr ? and every, tiling is aco i- one . ( those golden maxims but seldom car. ie.l out. Hut In all places, and uii.Ur all cirrma«t «iu;c» where the Right Thing is found in the right I>l>icj. and applied the right tune, whether in mansion
May 26, 1874 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 
FORCING A CREDITOR TO RECEIVE PAYMENT.

FORCING A CREDITOR TO RECEIVE PAYMENT.

An extraordinary trial is about to take place in Paris. It seems that during the reign the Empire M. Guizot's son had accepted present of 50,000 francs from Napoleon 111., who, with his habitual benevolence, thns secretly enabled the son to pay his debts. M. Guizot the elder has
May 19, 1874 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 
“THE ROYAL PHAN TOMS.*’

“THE ROYAL PHAN TOMS.*’

Great RucceM of tke latest mtroductions. Uui'recedentodsuccess and re-engaKemelit 8 AND Q ATE. Commence one month's engagement with D. Gr.mnell, Esq., Monday next, April 2*ith, at the AkGYLK HALL, BIRKENHEAD, AND ROTUNDA THEATRE VARIETIES, LIVERPOOL. ThU marvel ol all beholders,
May 2, 1874 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
(May 2, 1874. OS SArURDA.YB, ilir Charnel ; N.B.—So Booking lee* nor V . (i. fair Commission only °'\ b

(May 2, 1874. OS SArURDA.YB, ilir Charnel ; N.B.—So Booking lee* nor V . (i. fair Commission only °'\ b

Bp«cial Correspondents Messrs. ParraTiamMdCorbTnnare ruMia _ Rustt a. luly, ss;s,““« ~ »•»- k , municutions. Music Halls Department personally N.B. —Concerts and Music »a > superintended Mr. E. F. Claasvn*. _ pIrRAVICINI and COUBVN M Agents for the following Art.^ Schmidt and 80
May 2, 1874 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
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L SHAKESPEARE and DICKENS, Mr. clarance holt, THE TRAGEHIAN, THE COMEDIAN, AND THE MIMIC, “The most urti'te the day ."—Vide London In hi* Popular Entertainment-. “ALL THE STAGE,” “HALE HOUR WITH DICKENS,” “PHOTOGRAPHS FROM AVON,” SHADOWS THE PAST,” Embracire Tragedy and Comedy, M
May 30, 1874 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
CHRISTY MINSTRELS Proprietor, JAKES T. TUTK. This talented Company, better known a ' TUTK’B GREAT MINBTKKLS, Pronounced the Ma'vcheNter. Liverpool,

CHRISTY MINSTRELS Proprietor, JAKES T. TUTK. This talented Company, better known a ' TUTK’B GREAT MINBTKKLS, Pronounced the Ma'vcheNter. Liverpool,

Wirminpham, Glasgow. Leeds, Bristol, )Uth, and other towns to the best and most versatile troupe extant, comprising as it doe* the elite of Ethiopian Minstrels. Stage Manager, Mr. Ted Snow N.Il. Business letters to addressed Jamks T. a, 78, Howe Street, Birmingham (to be forward
May 30, 1874 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
SHAKESPEARE and DICKENS, MR. CLARA NOE HOLT. THE TRAGEDIAN. THE COMEDIAN, AND THE MIMIC. “The most versatile artiste of the

SHAKESPEARE and DICKENS, MR. CLARA NOE HOLT. THE TRAGEDIAN. THE COMEDIAN, AND THE MIMIC. “The most versatile artiste of the

Jay.’’—Vide London Press. In his Popular Entertainments, “ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE.” HALE HOUR WITH DICKENS,” " II O A FROM AVON,” SHADOWS THE PAST,” Embtacinr Trueedr and Comedr, Mimicry and Humour ■With Splendid Dresses ! Marvellous Changes ! Beautiful Melodies and Comical Impe
May 16, 1874 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England