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CHAT FROM THE CAPITAL.

CHAT FROM THE CAPITAL.

EXTRACTS FROM LONDON LETTER Thd Dean of Westminster the most ch' 1 of courtiers, and his intimation that the the monument to the memory 0 f the Imperial in Westminster Abbey " determined upon may be taken a3 a °t • rather than a fact. Nothing of the sort* irrevocable, but the pa
February 16, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Berwick election petition Las been fixed for j October 18. considerable quantity wreckage has been washed ashore near Berwick

The Berwick election petition Las been fixed for j October 18. considerable quantity wreckage has been washed ashore near Berwick

as the result of tho recent storm the east coast. more bodies were recovered during last night from tho Pit. ventilation still ; remains good. Arrangements being for the speedy distribution of Zulu War and I'erak medals to the recipients, whose names are to cut in them by local
September 18, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE MINISTRY.

THE MINISTRY.

The Press Association is informed that there is no truth in the renewed rumours of the resignation of Lord Kenmare, the Lord Chamberlain. It is generally believed that Lord Zetland has tendered his resignation, but no official acceptance of it has yet taken place.
July 24, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE RUMOURED EUROPEAN ALLIANCES.

THE RUMOURED EUROPEAN ALLIANCES.

The Daily says that the project is entertained of forming alliance between Germany, Austria, and England, in order to counteract a possible alliance, formidable enough to the two Continental Powers, between France, Russia, and Italy. Why, it asks, are the resources of England to
March 20, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE LORDS. Their lordships m«t yesterday at four o'clock ; Lord Blackburn taking seat the woolsack tho of the Lord Chancellor. The juis Salisbury, the carl of Cork, 'farl Morley ; Lord V overtoil, the ;,arl i'ortarliugtou, the Karl < 'amperdown, Lord Oranmore Browne, and severa
May 15, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A MUCHLY MARRIED COUPLE.

A MUCHLY MARRIED COUPLE.

MUCHLY MARRIED COUPLE. \esterday afternoon. Mr, the »ianchester Ei". iim-y magistrate, had before extraordinary case, arising out an by the 'liorli iioard Guardians for an order upon Prcscott, the senior partner in a of soap manufacturers carrying business, Bid, .Manchester, cont
May 15, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The following appears in the iait•' , motion been received Mr. > painter, Ayr, that has fallen heir the terworth

The following appears in the iait•' , motion been received Mr. > painter, Ayr, that has fallen heir the terworth

estate, near l.'ochdaie, the rtnta which is said to be year. ." worth and legal gentleman have ascertain and arrange matters. „ Mouxi'AiNEKftiNi; AxDSS.—tur__ letters have been received from Mr. '<} 'L in Ecuador, announcing hii ascent of l' ic " in .- " a remarkable mountain, o
May 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ECHOES OF THE DAY.

ECHOES OF THE DAY.

Lord -Vberdare will preside at Welsh Liberal \ demonstration the Crystal Palace early n,«l month, and the expectation is entertained. that several of the Liberal leaders will be It :>'Jy needs glance any Parliamentary map or is", estimate the claims of the faithful Princi- V the
May 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EXTRACTS FROM " TRUTH.'

EXTRACTS FROM " TRUTH.'

EXTRACTS FROM TRUTH.' The marriage of George Eliot was a complete surprise oven to her mo3t intimate friends, so well had the secret baen kept. second thoughts, however, nothing could appear more natural, spontaneous, and satisfactory, or happier for both. Mr. Cross, I believe, w
May 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ELECTION NEWS.

ELECTION NEWS.

Mallow nomination is fixed for Saturday next, and the polling, if any, for Monday. _ Der.l and Sandwich nominations are fixed for Saturday next, and the polling for Tuesday. Adam, First Commissioner or Works, was 1.0-day re-elected unopposed for Kinross and Clackmannan. s^°rEe M
May 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England