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HEALTH, STRENGTH, AND ENERGY. DR. LALOR,'S PHOSPHODXNE OR VITAL ELIXIR Parities and. enriches the Blood, thoroughly Invigorates the Brain; Nerves,

HEALTH, STRENGTH, AND ENERGY. DR. LALOR,'S PHOSPHODXNE OR VITAL ELIXIR Parities and. enriches the Blood, thoroughly Invigorates the Brain; Nerves,

and Muscles, re-energises the failing euuctions of Life, and rapidly Cures every form ,of Nervous Debilfty, Indigestion, Depression, Loss of Power, Nervous , and , Mind Diseases, from whatever causes. Sold by J. SANGER & SONS, 150 and 252„ Oxford-street, W. all chemists. In bott
October 18, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE, SUN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1875.

THE, SUN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1875.

THE , SUN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1875. - '- THE FLOODS IN FRANCE. • (From the Times of •Tuesday.) With characteristic elasticity and energy the French people are exerting themselves for the relief of the distress. The President of the Republic, following the example set by th
June 29, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE FLOODS IN 'FRANCE.

THE FLOODS IN 'FRANCE.

OPENING OF AN ENGLISH SUISCHIPTION TO-DAY. This afternoon, as the Court was about to rise, Mr. Finnis announced on behalf of the Lord Mayor his willingness to receive any subscriptions , which Might ,be sent to the , Mansion Rouse for The relief of the terrible and widespread '
June 29, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
• BIRTHS. D ALYRIIPLE.-9th inst.,•at 7, Athole-crescent, Edinburgh. the wife of Charles Dalrymple, Esq., M. P., of a daughter. Mc

• BIRTHS. D ALYRIIPLE.-9th inst.,•at 7, Athole-crescent, Edinburgh. the wife of Charles Dalrymple, Esq., M. P., of a daughter. Mc

HARDY.-91h inst., at Springfield Court, Chelmsford, the wife of Malcolm Macdtautld.McHardy, of a son, (Hardy Macdonald). N OSOTTI.-9th inst., at Tinryland House, Brondeibury, road, Kilburn, the wife of Charles Nosotti, of a son. IM -9th inst., at 71, Springfield-road, N.W., the
July 13, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

In the House of Lords on Monday the Earl of Derby, in reply to Lord Penzance, said that no application had been made to the Government on the part of Germany to , obtain acquiescence in the principle of international law that —in the words of Prince Bismarck's despatch to Belgiu
July 13, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TO INTRODUCE THE "FAMILY FRIEND" DOMEST 1.0 SEWING MACHINE, THE SECOND 1,000 NULL BE SOLD at 275. 6d. each, TIIE

TO INTRODUCE THE "FAMILY FRIEND" DOMEST 1.0 SEWING MACHINE, THE SECOND 1,000 NULL BE SOLD at 275. 6d. each, TIIE

FIRST 1,000 HAVING BEEN SOLD It has been a great point of the Manufacturers to offer these Machines at One Third of their Ultimate Value. As there aro no merchants, travellers, or agents' expenses, they are enabled to supply them at such a low price. They WARRANT them to the wor
November 15, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA AND CENTRAL ASIA.

RUSSIA AND CENTRAL ASIA.

BERLIN, SRPTHMBER . Besides ceding territory to the Czar's Khokand is to be garrisoned by Russian General Kaufmann is to receive a diamond' hilted sabre as a reward for the success of Ili° campaign. It if now ascertained that Weinberg, the Imperial diplomatic acrent, had gone t°
September 23, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
INTERVIEWING COLONEL BAKER IN PRISON.

INTERVIEWING COLONEL BAKER IN PRISON.

An American correspondent of the Quebec Morning Chronicle writes:— "Colonel Baker received me courteously, coming to the door of his room and extending his hand, which I shook warmly in mine. "'I am glad to see you,' he said, smiling, as he threw himself in his robe de chambre o
September 24, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MANOLO BANGLE.—Received letter and photo. Just off North. Write again, and lbok here for answer. I long to see you.—Times.

MANOLO BANGLE.—Received letter and photo. Just off North. Write again, and lbok here for answer. I long to see you.—Times.

IF ELIZA FORD, who left B. P. on Thursday, July 22, will RETURN 'HOME, all will be forgiven.—W. gzaph.
August 9, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England