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THE WHITECHAPEL TRAGEDY.

THE WHITECHAPEL TRAGEDY.

==TEUAE TRAM WHITECH PEL.^ Ts@F icetmasan 55555 ras 5551) rSLI DPENTTF[OATI0X OF THE ]I1UTILATED BODY guPPOSED CLUE TO THE MYSTERY. Thse publicity given to the details of this horrible 5o50aTenoo has speedily resulted in the discovery of s supposed lue to the mystery. The friends
September 19, 1875 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BUSS BRADDON'S NEW NOVEL.- HiER Few Novel, by author of "Lady Andley's Secret.' ii. T. three vtoB., at all Libraraco. HOSTAGES TO FORTUNE. TO BOOKSELLERS AND BobasUvians. ¶ HE DAISY BOORS8. 9d each; poet-free. lid. All the favourite Ttakes which have been eo largely published by
September 19, 1875 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MR. GLADSTONE AT HAWARDEN.

MR. GLADSTONE AT HAWARDEN.

MR. GLADSTON RAT IAWARDENX.:v A Mr. Gladstone haabeen setting an example to students as a woodcutter and a teacher of the ignorant. *One day, early in the week, le wasto be seen, in his ihirt-sleeves,, his, braces throin off, and his nmis jbare; lustily at work upon a giant tree
September 19, 1875 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA'S TACTICS.

RUSSIA'S TACTICS.

The 31orning Aledertiser says :-"Setting aside the sentiment of revenge against Prussia, there nuest still be a vehement desire in the mind ef France to recover the status and prestige she has so long enjoyed, until sud- denly and unexpectedly deprived of it by the overwhelm- in
September 19, 1875 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A COUNTERFEIT SIR ROGER.

A COUNTERFEIT SIR ROGER.

A UOUNTEPRFIT SIR ROGER. At Mllrylebiho ePohice-court51, itman TVIIO gave the name of Sir' Roger Tichborne, arid his adr(lrei's as Leylanid : Hotel, Newv York 'was brouight before Mr. Miincnh!e, on the charge of being a ?? at Iarge. Police-sarge'anit Radford deposed that the pris
September 19, 1875 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SUSPECTED MURDER AND MUTILATION OF A FEMALE.—DISCOVERY OF THE MUTILATED REMAINS.—ARREST OF THE SUPPOSED MURDERER AND A BALLET GIRL.

SUSPECTED MURDER AND MUTILATION OF A FEMALE.—DISCOVERY OF THE MUTILATED REMAINS.—ARREST OF THE SUPPOSED MURDERER AND A BALLET GIRL.

SUSPECTED ?? AND MUZILATIO2 OP A ALE.-DISCOVERY OP TRI MUTILATD RNAINS.-AnnEST OM, 5HEE SUPPOSED NUMD-PREn AND A( BALaLET GIBL. On Monday, at the Southwark Police-eourt, Henry Wainwright, 36, described as a nrenager 'it Mr. Mavtinfinsu and residing at School-house line, at Chingi
September 19, 1875 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NAVAL BUNGLERS.

NAVAL BUNGLERS.

NAVAL BUIqGLERS. I The frequent occurrence of accidents to ships wf war has createci considerable doubt in the public mind as to the ?? and ability of naval Dffiecrs. The Solent affair has shown us that .,,en the Queen's yacbts are conimianded by uirant blLundecrrs; and if that b
September 19, 1875 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LAST WEEK'S LATEST NEWS.

LAST WEEK'S LATEST NEWS.

?? appeared in our Edition of lasf Sundayj.] aOURT-MARTIAL ON TNE OrZiCzleU or TEE VANGUARD. Yesterday, Captain Dawkins was recalled, and the pre- sident put the following questions to him:- Will you explain your having thus reduced speed below that authorized by the admiral wit
September 19, 1875 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SUMMONS FOR [ill] AGINST DR. KENEALY.

SUMMONS FOR [ill] AGINST DR. KENEALY.

SUMMDRONS YOnO LZB-L AGINST DE. H2-afEALY. At Gnildliall on Thursday, Mer. Besley, after the busi- ness of the court was over, attended before Sir Benjamin S. Phillips, accompanied by Mr. George Potter, to ask for a summons against Dr. Kenealy for printing and publishillgin the L
September 19, 1875 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE USE OF "ETIQUETTE."

THE USE OF "ETIQUETTE."

Mtn a certalti class of people at the present day what is commonly called 'etiquette." for want of a better name, is the object of much scorn and ridicule. The old story of the man who would not pull another out of the water because he bad not been introduced to him may be taken
September 19, 1875 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India