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TRATES.

TRATES.

At the Bow-street Police Court, in the afternoon, Henry John Dodwell, described on the police sheet as a clergyman, was charged with feloniously die. chareing a pistol at Sir George Jessell, the Master of the Rolls, with intent to murder or do some grievous bodily harm. At the o
February 23, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Bnt L. A.V. BALL.

Bnt L. A.V. BALL.

L. A.V. BALL. The annual ball of this brigade was held Ptst night, at St. George's-hall, and proved a very successful affair, there being nearly 2,000 present, including representatives from several line regiments and the local volunteer corps. Amongst those to whom invitations w
February 23, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CONFIDENTIAL PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.

CONFIDENTIAL PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.

Important official despatches were issued on Monday, bearing upon the negotiations for peace entered upon informally by the English and Russian Governments in June last. The aeries of despatches is preceded by a confidential memorandum of a conversation between Count Schouvaloff
February 23, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A COUGH. " Her Majesty's Gunboat Netley, " Wick, Northeast Coast of Scotland. "Dear Sir,-.-Having had a

EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A COUGH. " Her Majesty's Gunboat Netley, " Wick, Northeast Coast of Scotland. "Dear Sir,-.-Having had a

most distressing and severe cough whieh calmed Inc many sleepless nights and restless I days, was recommended by his lordship the Earl cf Oadthnese to try your most invaluable Balsam of Aniseed. and I can assure you that with the -first dose I found immediate relief, even withou
February 23, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DRAWING -ROOM FURNITURE in Black and Gold. WALNUTWOOD FANCY INLAID WOODS, upholstered in Silk. Satin, Cretonne, Repps, and other fashionable

DRAWING -ROOM FURNITURE in Black and Gold. WALNUTWOOD FANCY INLAID WOODS, upholstered in Silk. Satin, Cretonne, Repps, and other fashionable

materials, Centre Ottomans, CARRIAGEFRER. Card Occasional. Centre, and Fancy Tables, Cabinets, Chiffonferw, Mantel Glasses, Whatnot, Davenports, Jardiniers, of novel designs and superior workmanship.
February 23, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CARPETS & CURTAIN MATERIALS. A large assortment of Brussels. Tapestry, and Kidder Carpets. Felt, Druggets, CABRIAGBFREB.Bordered Stair Carpets, Silks, Satins,

CARPETS & CURTAIN MATERIALS. A large assortment of Brussels. Tapestry, and Kidder Carpets. Felt, Druggets, CABRIAGBFREB.Bordered Stair Carpets, Silks, Satins,

Kappa, Cretonnes, &a., With suitable trimmings, are always kept in istock. r[ ALL FURNITURE, in MAHOGANY and Oak, consisting of Hatatanas, Hall Tables, Hall Chairs. de., also Kitchen lawniture. anu Servants' BEDROOM CARRIAGEFREE.FURNITURE always in stock, and erery article for c
February 23, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CASSE VERSUS CREDIT. M. DAVIS, E• Originator of the System of producing TROUSEItS Made to order, from All Wool, highest-class

CASSE VERSUS CREDIT. M. DAVIS, E• Originator of the System of producing TROUSEItS Made to order, from All Wool, highest-class

Materials, at 135. 6n. PER PAIR, Invites inspection of these utiesouidled Specialities; also THE BUSINESS 455. SUIT, )(ADZ TO Patterns and Directions for Selirmeasursment sent Free by Post. E. M. DAVIS, 7. JAbfES.STEEET. 134812 Leading to Gsorge's Landing-store. Liverpool.
February 23, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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February 23, 1878 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
LIBRARIES PURCHASED.

LIBRARIES PURCHASED.

EXECUTORS or GENTLEMEN having either LIBRARIES or small collections of BOOKS to dispose of are invited to address themselves to the Advertiser, who is at all times ready to Purchase the same on the most Liberal Terms and for immediate payment, and to remove them without trouble
February 23, 1878 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
CIIBBINGTON.

CIIBBINGTON.

VILLAGE SCHOOLMASTED AND HIS Boors.— At the County Petty Sessions on Wednesday Lee Gay Barr, master of the Cubbington National Schools, was charged with destroying a book, value id., belonging to a pupil named Bessie Whitehead.— The girl's father, considering that the defendant
February 23, 1878 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England