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SITUATION THE EAST. THE CONGRESS.

SITUATION THE EAST. THE CONGRESS.

S The Vienna Political Correspondence of Monday evening publishes the following telegrait from Berlin, dated Monday —" The modified proposal of Atustria to hold the Congress at Baden-Baden was received here yesterday, and has met with fall approval in Berlin circles. It is belie
February 23, 1878 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A RECRUITING OFFICER AT SWANSEA. – – •

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A RECRUITING OFFICER AT SWANSEA. – – •

CHARGE AGAINST A RECRUITING OFFICER AT SWANSEA. - - • • ooenat tto the Grenadier Gads, samod Osses Path, was 91te dock at the Swarm poliemmert is charged with Mieesatly • mimed es the of that The _ ado. Tema Geoids, that the almilib raserlsg she weat bed. the els. is the GUM lad
February 23, 1878 - Pontypridd District Herald - Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TO-DAY (FRIDAY) -FIFTH DAY.

TO-DAY (FRIDAY) -FIFTH DAY.

WITHDRAWAL OF THE PETITION. [SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] The Petition has been withdrawn by mutual arrangement. Rees Thomas retains his seat. A conciliatory speech made by the petitioners' counsel.
February 22, 1878 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
ELECTION OF NEW POPE.

ELECTION OF NEW POPE.

Cardinal Pecci was on Wednesday elected successor of Pius IX. The new Pope will assume the title of Leo XIII. The election of Pecci is said to represent a compromise. He is said to be the oldest member of the Sacred College, having reached his eighty-second year. The reports tha
February 22, 1878 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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METROPOLITAN MEAT.—Monday. The supply was only moderate, but owing to the mild weather the demand was slow, and prices were not very well supported. Per 81b by the carcase :—lnferior beef, 2s 8d to as 4d ; middling do, as 8d to 4a 4d ; prime large do, 4e 6d to 5s Orl ; prime sma
February 22, 1878 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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February 22, 1878 - Central Glamorgan Gazette - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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NOTE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. All Bonds must bl sent in on or before MARCH 20ru, 1878. The Bond mugt. in all eases be sent, otherwise persons might reap the bc:nefits intenied for the readers cf the STOUR BRIDGE OBSERVER. only. Each copy will be sent securely packel. One Copy will be
February 23, 1878 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
OLD HILL.

OLD HILL.

Owing to the depression in the 'nail and chain trade, added to that in the coal trade, the distress in this place is very considerable, The Vicar (the Rev. James Ormiston), aided by the leading employers of labour in the district, is doing his best to relieve the sufferings of t
February 23, 1878 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
It S. HUNSTON, (LASICRY (AND HIINSTON), HONITON POINT LACE MANUFACTURE R, 122, HIGH-ST., STOW:BRIDGE. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERCLOTHING AND BABY

It S. HUNSTON, (LASICRY (AND HIINSTON), HONITON POINT LACE MANUFACTURE R, 122, HIGH-ST., STOW:BRIDGE. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERCLOTHING AND BABY

LINEN WAREHOUSE. MERINO AND FLANNEL VEST, ScARLET AND WHITE FLANNEL PETTICOATS, MERINO, SILK, da BALBRIGGAN HOSIERY. AGENT FOR PUL.LAR AND SONS, DYERS TO THE QUEEN. PERTH.
February 23, 1878 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
herself, another woman, and her children. They rave out supper a little before o'clock, and the deconned, although ill, would

herself, another woman, and her children. They rave out supper a little before o'clock, and the deconned, although ill, would

not hove ived any food untlrttilirlfMe,"lrhtei 'he "Would get his with the others. There were no printed rules for witness's guidance'. ,Dr. Reward, the medicated:Beer, said that death arose from inflammation of the bowels. If the d had been attended to when first admitted, he m
February 23, 1878 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England