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COUNCIL MEETING.

COUNCIL MEETING.

Her Majesty a Council on "Wednesday. Tlje Ministers present were the Duke of Richmond, Duke of Northumberland, and Cross. The following gentlemen received the honour of Knighthood : —Mr James Salmond, M.D. ; Mr Brandreth Gibbs ; Mr John Anderson, M.I.C.E. ; Mr Thomas Scrambler O
November 29, 1878 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONETARY & COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY & COMMERCIAL.

London, Thursday Evening. The "Bank rate remains unaltered. Tnere was a fair demand for monev to-day. Rates rather firmer, 4*, § for bills. £16,000 in gold was paid into the Bank ; reserve, 41*. ( receded to 6; New and Reduced, J. Foreign closed weaker. Egyptian Preference aoout
November 29, 1878 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE SUCCESSOR TO CARDINAL CULLEN.

THE SUCCESSOR TO CARDINAL CULLEN.

The nomination of successor of Cardinal as Archbishop of Dublin, took place yesterday voting was confined to parish priests and can the diocese. The result was —for M'Cabe, - tant-Bishop of Dublin, 43; Dr Moram, 10 '' Ossory, ; Dr Woodlook, 1.
November 29, 1878 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRIEFF.

CRIEFF.

Snowstorm. —Oh Wednesday this district was visited by a heavy fall of snow, which covered the ground to considerable depth. Sale Walton Lodge.—On Tuesday Walton Lodge was exposed for sale by public roup, and after a spirited competition knocked down to Mr George Paris for £751.
November 29, 1878 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE AFGHAN WAR

THE AFGHAN WAR

The Tillies correspondent telegraphs from Khnrnm Fort that ail tbe villages in the vicinity are in flames. A flying column is ordered to advance to-morrow over Peiwar. News has inst been received that the enemy's guns are still on this side of the Psss. Cobbe's brigade, with pir
November 30, 1878 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
MARKETS. FAIRS. Ac

MARKETS. FAIRS. Ac

i Js _™"_r_S_i WOV - £•-*•» English wheat, red from 15a. «o 165., and white from 16s. to 17s. per bag ; old wheat noue on offer ; oats, from 1 la. to 15s. per eight scores : peas, 15s. per teu scores ; malting barley, from sa. to ss. 6u-. per bushel grinding barley, 14a. per teu
November 30, 1878 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE WORCESTER CHEMICAL MANURE.WORKS.

THE WORCESTER CHEMICAL MANURE.WORKS.

THE WORCESTER CHEMICAL MANURE WORKS. MES3R3. HENRY WEBB AND CO.'S BOOT PRIZES. The annual prises for roots, consisting of handsome silver cops and other prizes, to the value of over one hundred guineas— offered by Messrs. Henry Webb and Co., for the best crops of swedes, turnips,
November 30, 1878 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Poetry, Original and Selected.

Poetry, Original and Selected.

t" t9otPQ 5,dateb. I I ?? RAOCED IEN 'OW. ?? ?? His eyes had told that story oft, His lips had ne'er conest;- And she had read, in glances soft, Where love had made a nest; And in her fond affection she , of Had mirrored back the sign, tb ?? speaks than words more tenderly, bc 'M
November 29, 1878 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.

HULL LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.

EIULL LICENSED- -VIpT-AEiS' : ASSOCIATION.- A.NNUAL DINNER~ LAVIPNIGiT'., SPEECH BY MR.ERMp The forty-secoud annual dinner of the 1"smbe6 itan friends of this ?? took place last ev~isiiid Mi the' ]Royal Hotel. There were about 250 geutlemanu P~g The chair was Occupied -by F. Earp
November 29, 1878 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TRUTH LIBEL CASE.

THE TRUTH LIBEL CASE.

Serjeant Ballautine, the leading counsel for the plaintiff in the Truth libel case, left the court this morning, and a few minutes afterwards it was announced to the Chief Justice that the learned Serjeant .had fallen down a fit. It then unanimously agreed by all parties that th
November 29, 1878 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England