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Occasional Notes.

Occasional Notes.

I , offamolial A045. I opI I THEa DEFEAT AND RESIGNATION OF THE FRENCH Cord -MINISTRY, with the consequent withdrawal of France the from all intervention in Egypt, has not taken Lord at I GRAN VILLE by surprise. England may require no ally Turt were to suppress the rebellion in E
August 2, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
District News.

District News.

'i5tilict ?ftlm 0 ?? the FUNERAL OF THE LATE Miss HOLDSWORTH,-The Fri reenaina of this lamented lady were buried in the family Ha, ivault in B3oulton Churchyard, on Thuraday morning last, Tb -amid every demonstration of respect. The deceased lady tic, had been a Soenday-8cacbul t
August 2, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

I 1) nq qjj in I I r I h Ill q II t. 1. ?? 1 I HOUSE OF LORDS, TUESDAY. Lord Enfield moved the consent of the House to the revenues of India being applied to defray the expenses of the Indian expedition to Egypt. Thisproposal was. in lie said, strictly in accordance with constitu
August 2, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY POST OFFICE REGULATIONS.

DERBY POST OFFICE REGULATIONS.

I~_ The Offiee is epen 4., the public from 7 &.M. to 9 p.9q. oni Week-sla,, and from 7 a~m, to 10 acm. onl $lndayg. The Te~rpOffice is open always5. THE BOXES ARE CLEARED AS UNDER. 1. Matirhe-ter, Liver p el North-Westcmn Ceuntien, and Ireland, GWrontbam. ('rmlyLncoln. Newark, N
November 15, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

DERBYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

DERBYSHIRI1E QUARTER SESSIONS. I The trial of prisoners commenced on Wednesday morning, Mr. T. WV. Evans, Mr.P, chairman, presiding in the first court, and Mr. R. IW. M. Nesfield, smcald chairman, in the second. There were 13 prisoners for trial, two being charged with misdemeano
April 12, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MR. TONMAN MOSLEY AT LITCHURCH.

MR. TONMAN MOSLEY AT LITCHURCH.

IMR. TONMAN Mo;S4FE AT LITCHUROaR. [LaY On the evening of Tueeday, the 4tha inst., there wes a good gathering of the members and friends of the ad Litchurch and Arb-oretum Branoh Conservative Agso- for ciatien, at the St. Xames's Schoolroom, to hear a oapital he1 address on camrs
April 12, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

. 1 3 ullig Aglifigil 1? py. . THE QUEEN AT MENTONE. MENTONE, Friday. Queen Viotoria witnessed the Good Friday proces. sion from the balcony of the British Vice Consulate. Her Majesty wasaccompanied by the Princess Beatrice and attended by the Ladies in Waiting, General Sir H. Po
April 12, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
District News.

District News.

i alum, ? - -P, . L ?? 1 isc1001. Po1'IMWt.-'lie (hove Board met on 'Monday Or errling week., when there were present Messrs. Dikelsel (rhaiir'tan). Ault, Bailer, Webster, and Wraglry. Thle eolosfar the, yen' tening, Soptember 29th were rendi Il,,crpts : BalInce fin hland Septemb
October 18, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EXHIBITION OF DECORATIVE ART OBJECTS, FROMI ,JAPAN, INDIA, AND PERSIA. MESSRS. TOPHAM AND HAMLET EG to annoence thit they have made Arrangements for the DISPLAY of a most INTERESTING and B UNIQUE COLLECTION OF WORKS OF ART, COMMENCING TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3RD, 188-2. OPEN FROM 10 AM.
October 18, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

I *O1igll antettt| EGYPT. BISMARCK ON EGYPT. The hosew Paris correspondent is responsible for the following :-Prince Bismsarck is known to be watching S the Egyptian question with "objective unconern," as a his countrymen say, not seeing sufficient interest in it for Germany to b
October 18, 1882 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England