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NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1?7& NqxWS OF THE WEEK. The French " Government of Combat " lias come to th a sudden but not unexpected end, just as it was on the a point of reaching its first anniversary. ?? ircum- IloE stances of its fall afford a striking proof of the almiost§ wI incredible
May 23, 1874 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Dunville and Co., Belfast, are the largest holders whisky jr. trie world. 01»1 i- re.oaaeisded tbf- modicai prolusion in preference

Dunville and Co., Belfast, are the largest holders whisky jr. trie world. 01»1 i- re.oaaeisded tbf- modicai prolusion in preference

F.« !• brandy. p(".?d ir. .< 'ri oat* r'nr home use ios. Quota, lion tt ««ts.^nnvt>eiC:-..'sJloyal Irish The Complexion.—The penoct features lose half their the con plexi caredior. Haoa-N Magnolia Ba;.m imparts to the skin d-Ucete, any other preparation. matter how the cubicle r
May 22, 1874 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Bankrupts, &c.

Bankrupts, &c.

(From Friday's Gazette, Ma J 15 J Cox Robert, Bristol, stone ■»*»• HoMen John and Terry Joe. Kelly Michael and Kelly John, Y• Portals William, Long Satton, ecglre mafcX- Smith Robert, St. s««r- Thomas Hears, Bristol, boot-upper mercaaDi, BANKRUPTCY "Bl gen Thomas, Bletehlngton,
May 22, 1874 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
QRK.iT RAILWAY. WHITSUNTIDE HOLIDAYS. TRIP to the SBA-SIDK. Monday. Mat, CHEAP EXCURSION for SKEGNESS, at Fares, will leave Piiter'nifs' a.

QRK.iT RAILWAY. WHITSUNTIDE HOLIDAYS. TRIP to the SBA-SIDK. Monday. Mat, CHEAP EXCURSION for SKEGNESS, at Fares, will leave Piiter'nifs' a.

iu. , !• 35, St. J.'imes Deeping 40 Jifcleworth 4K, Suiflaet 1010, Algukirlc It) - 18, Kirt«n 23. Returning Iroin Skegness same day only p.m. For further particulars small bills HENRY OVKLKY, General London, King's Cross Station, iy, 5 74. GREAT NORTHERN' RAILWAY. DA Y TRW to LO
May 22, 1874 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Miss PHNTNBY'B oid-saUbjUhad MOIBTET, li, Sat io» *tr*M, PHTHRBOBO\ ALL Servants reoommcndod to Situations In Londoao* Country at once. Foe

Miss PHNTNBY'B oid-saUbjUhad MOIBTET, li, Sat io» *tr*M, PHTHRBOBO\ ALL Servants reoommcndod to Situations In Londoao* Country at once. Foe

14 stamps entry, or 3 tor answtgr, LINCOLN RBGIBTRY for BKBVANTS, Mid OOVBBNBBB AGKNCY. . . GOOD Situations In Town or Country.—Apply " ** STAINTON, next to Post-office. Mrs. SOOTT'B RBGIBTRY-OFFIOH, 29, gig/Mt. BOBTON. oA A SerTinti wintcd for Hiy i Housekeepers, 000 , 300 Hous
May 22, 1874 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
INTIMATION IS HEREBY GIVEN, That JOHN HENRY UDNY of Udny, residing at Udny Castle, in the County of Aberdeen, onlv

INTIMATION IS HEREBY GIVEN, That JOHN HENRY UDNY of Udny, residing at Udny Castle, in the County of Aberdeen, onlv

surviving son of the late Colonel John Robert Fullerton Udny of Udny, Heir of Entail in possession of the entailed Estate of the Lands and Barony of Udny, and other lands, situated in the Parishes of Udny and Foveran, and County of Aberdeen, has presented a Petition to the Lords
May 27, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HORSE, CATTLE, AND SHEEP MEDICINES. BY SPECIAL ROYAL APPOINTMENT TO T0 THE HER MAJESTY, PRINCE OF WALES, By Special Warrant,

HORSE, CATTLE, AND SHEEP MEDICINES. BY SPECIAL ROYAL APPOINTMENT TO T0 THE HER MAJESTY, PRINCE OF WALES, By Special Warrant,

By Special W'arrant, dated Doc. 27,1885. dated Feb. 10,1868. Day, son, and hewitt Animal and Agricultural Chemist*. Sole Inventors and Manufacturers of the STOCK BREEDERS’MEDICINE CHEST (No. 2), containing the celebrated GASEOUS FLUID for Diarrhoea, Loss of Flesh and Appetite in
May 27, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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May 27, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA

THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA

Flushing, May 22. —The Czar disembarked at this morning, and was received by the King of the Netherlands and the Princes Henry and Alexander. The Emperor will leave shortly for Brussels, accompanied far as Rosendaal the King and the Princes. Brussels, May 22. —The Emperor of Rus
May 27, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
APPEAL AGAINST ORDINATION OF A BREWER AS AN ELDER

APPEAL AGAINST ORDINATION OF A BREWER AS AN ELDER

APPEAL AGAINST ORDINATION OF A BREWER AS ELDER The Assembly then called for parties in the protest and appeal by certain members of the Free High Church, Inverness, against the decision of the Synod of Moray affirming the finding the Presbytery of Inverness to sustain the resolut
May 27, 1874 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland