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ORAPTER XXVL-A DISINTEREST] PARENT.

ORAPTER XXVL-A DISINTEREST] PARENT.

"A person has called to see you, ma'am. He bee,va to apolozise for coming so late, but he has travelled a long way, and will be very thankful if yor can see him." This is %%hat the butler had whispered in Mrs. Treverton's ear, handing her at the same time a card on u hich there
January 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
(To be r,mtinzted.) GROSS OUTRAGE IN MEXICO.

(To be r,mtinzted.) GROSS OUTRAGE IN MEXICO.

-,1•-_ The American papers report a very high-handed proceeding and gross outrage on the part of the Governor of the State of Gaiisco, in Mexico. It appears that Governor Riestra ' who was only newly appointed, had, soon after his accession to office, decreed an extraordinary ta
January 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BREAK UP OF AFGHAN REGIMENTS.

BREAK UP OF AFGHAN REGIMENTS.

The Daily News' Jellalabad correspondent telegraphs that the Ameer's army is deserting in great numbers. Some soldiers have pissed through Jellalabid reporting that four regiments, to which they belonged, had broken up.
January 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CRIMES OF VIOLENCE.

CRIMES OF VIOLENCE.

CHILD STRANGLED BY ITS MOTHER, Maria Laughto ,n of rlunastead, on Monday, at the Woolwich Police Court, committed for trial on the charge of the wilful murder of her child, Annie Laughton, aged six, by strangling her whilst asleep in bed. The inquest was resumed on Tuesday, at P
January 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
costa Penyrtroes. FRAuo- Henry Wood, Bradford as a borough m *nder

costa Penyrtroes. FRAuo- Henry Wood, Bradford as a borough m *nder

the b. offences showed t previous various person•
January 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
- tat, made first they were z 1 used because they were not within their scheme; but on a second

- tat, made first they were z 1 used because they were not within their scheme; but on a second

an" " five of the governors of the fund, inchn. Derby and Lord Wintusrleigh, came to Sous_ to inspect the building. Having taken the matt. into consideration they resolved to give to the Sanatorium £1,500, and tide, with the money in the hands of the committee, gave them a total
January 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
co., P A L di E R'S

co., P A L di E R'S

January 18, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
KITCHEN BOILER EXPLOSIONS.

KITCHEN BOILER EXPLOSIONS.

About five o'clock on Saturday afternoon, as Martha Crooke', a widow, and Martha Jones, her servant, were sitting together in the kitchen at the house of the former, No. 43, Grove-road, Rock Ferry, the kitchen toiler soddenly exploded. Fragments of the boiler were hurled about,
January 18, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
'WELLS BALSAM of ANISEED.

'WELLS BALSAM of ANISEED.

January 18, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
inoreOver, although `, Tulles to iO-1-101V aflan detestably bad. started p' in saying he is discharged. f the dock, and . to . became 8o

inoreOver, although `, Tulles to iO-1-101V aflan detestably bad. started p' in saying he is discharged. f the dock, and . to . became 8o

inoreOver, although `, Tulles to iO detestably bad. started p' in saying he is discharged. f the dock, and . to . became 8o
January 18, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England