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LATEST GENERAL NEWS.

LATEST GENERAL NEWS.

LATEST GENERAL NEW-cl in [BY TELEGRAPH.] ad__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ lat at THE FOREIGN O1 FI(CE hte, 1M. Challenmel Lacour, French Ambassador, visited thr a ForeignOffice yesterday afteinoon, and had an interview ho with Lord Tenterden, Under Secretary of State for at Foreign Affairs. Mu
October 27, 1880 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NEW THEATRE ROYAL. L

NEW THEATRE ROYAL. L

aet night, the comedy of ' Crutch and Toothpick and the musical extravaganza, "Cruel Carmen' were repeated at this house-need we add amidet continuous shouts of laughter from the audience, It is, as we briedy stated yeeterday, carefully and well acted. Mr. Eem- ming, as Guy Dever
October 27, 1880 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LOCAL PRISONS.

LOCAL PRISONS.

LOCAL. PRISON3, * J1¶JAIJ U rL17K'L*PL~IZII iloi an Insight of prison lfe and working the publko is now dependent upon official documents, A statement has been Istued showing Che numbers of pereons oom. Wnitted to the varous prisons, a calosification of prisonera, the number of p
September 15, 1882 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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September 15, 1882 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

AA O.- va?liam 3.9 pf r 14MV.- II . . & ". -Z, BY TELEGRAPH, ROUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY. The Lord Chancellor took his seat at fl4e o'clok,' RIVEBS 0OBBERVANCY B=. The Earl of CAaXPEBDOWN appealed to theGovernnrt,, 1 to allow an interval 6f more than four days bforea i taking the co
February 4, 1881 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
District News.

District News.

Vsiqi?i sq-trit ~'ASIO~rBLE B&TH. ?? morning wais ceielbrated, atjbS. Mary's Church, Bathwick the mar- riag~ of Mr. wfiliam~ Norton Barry, of the 8th RThYal Irish Huesars, and Constance Ma~rianne Walker, the third daughter of Mr. F. J. Walker, F, RAG.S, of the Priory, gathwiok-hi
February 4, 1881 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE BLUNDER IN THE INDIAN ESTIMATES.

THE BLUNDER IN THE INDIAN ESTIMATES.

.TRE BLUNDER IN THE INDIAtN a ESTIMATES. COST OF THE AFGHAN WAR. The correspondoece laid b fore Parliament relating to the estimates for the war iu Afghanistan wal published on naturday, It includes a minate by Sir Johu Streachey, dated 20th May, and a minute by the Viceroy, date
July 12, 1880 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL CALEDONIAN DINNER.

BRISTOL CALEDONIAN DINNER.

The anniversary dinner of the Bristol Caledolnian Benevolent Soiely took place asat night (St. Andrew's I day) at the Grand hotel, Broad-street, under tbe popular piesideicy of Wr. Henry Daniel, who waswell supported. On tbe bhairmans right wan the Right Worshipful the Mayor (Mr
December 1, 1882 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

4n art'. 41** arliamt lotupo I F - . i 117 _ ,| : D HOUSE OF COMMONS-YESTERDA.Y, - U The Speaker took the chair at four o'clook SELEOT VOM111TEE;B b On the motion of Sir B. CaROSS a return was ordered tl showing the members who-bhd oat on publa and private committeee during the p
December 1, 1882 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE GREEK QUESTION.

THE GREEK QUESTION.

- I , p t . t A it CONSTANTINorix, SATUnDAY,-In addition to the facts ait which I have already stated, It may be taken as certain g. that Greece owes the settlement of the boundary ques- & y tion mainly to England. The.Greeks here distinctly 30' ?? England led the~other Powers a
May 31, 1881 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England