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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN HNThL.IGaNcE4.. THEPRINICE OF WALES IN NEPAUL. - ;. SS b ?? MIJNDTAGEAT, February 26. The Rotal Pery ihaid a most exoiting day's-sporti yea. terday'.: T1he Prince of Walea asd his suit, accompianied by 8ir Jung Bahadoor, went in pursnit of a waild rogue elephant, a ~plend
February 29, 1876 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SUMMARY OF NEWS.

SUMMARY OF NEWS.

In the House of Lords, last evening, Lord Stan- ley of Alderley called attention to the sate of affairs in the Malay Peninsula, and moved for papers. He said the condition of things there was due in a great measure to the action of the Secre- tary of State for the Colonies, who
February 29, 1876 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

(From mr own Correspondent.) ?? London, Monday. It does not seem to matter much now who is nomi- nally Governor-General of India, Tbe real autocrat of the Indies in future will be Lord Salisbury and his successors at the India Office. Lord Lyttor. will be Jit ;le more practicall
February 29, 1876 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. GLADSTONE'S THEORY.OF HOMER.

MR. GLADSTONE'S THEORY.OF HOMER.

MR. GLADSTONE'S THEORY OF HOMER. (Specially ?? by our London Corrwpondmt.) As a literary recreation, " Homeric Synchronism " must have had a potent charm for the great statesman who after playing the part of a modern Achilles, vnth- from the ?? arena to the tranquillity of his Ti
February 29, 1876 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE STRAT HC LTD E DISASTER.-.-.* ANOTHER STEAMER SUNK.

THE STRAT HC LTD E DISASTER.-.-.* ANOTHER STEAMER SUNK.

THE STRAT HC LTD E DISASTER.- ?? ANOTHER STEAMER SUNK. The steamer ilelinger, from London to Rouen. lias struck the mast of, the Strathclyde and sunk. The crew were saved . - . The inquest on Mrs. Green, who wa_ drowned in the Strathclyde, was yesterday adjourned.
February 29, 1876 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
SPELLING BEE AT ST. JOHN'S.

SPELLING BEE AT ST. JOHN'S.

?? ?? ° " S P*»iag Bees" thau had tmSiSS, t0 ° ether 3mce «»° inauguration of this ?? amongst us assembled last evening C a l n P d l u°l P f r _ Zibeth *"• -^ a^hair^u I Ch -" r . man rernarke <i that a proof of the i growing interest these contests excited was j aaiiy becoming
February 29, 1876 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
THE BURIALS BILL.

THE BURIALS BILL.

DEPUTATION TO MR. DISRAELI. Yeaterday afternoon a deputation of members of Parliament, members cf the Church Defence Association, and others, waited the Prime Minister, his official residence, Downing-street, for the purpose of laying their views upon tho subject of Mr. Osborne
February 29, 1876 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES. s, Feb. 28.—Sixty of the leading mer- Orleans bave signed remonstrance ,. Proposed impeachment Governor Kellogg ' Presentatives the State of Louisiana.
February 29, 1876 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE RIOTS AT WORKSOP.

THE RIOTS AT WORKSOP.

In preaching at the Abbey Church on Sunday night, the Rev. F. Vernon Bussell, senior curate, alluded to the disgraceful proceedings at Worksop. His text was taken from the 13th chapter of the Corinthians, being part of the Epistle for the Sunday's service. He exhorted his hearer
February 29, 1876 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

op Death." Mr. Holman (1 * ton * their praise of this option, Saturday haa been fixed as Sjb. to see this iTceuvre Hospital and Dispensary. V? |N. fto February 24th, 1876 :-Out- W eajnialtiea, 121; renewed attend- Emitted, 14; In-patient* dlsm the house this day, 98. Atlas Works
February 29, 1876 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England