cannon, but with armed men. were all on the battle-field to-day. yesterday. Printed and published for the Proprietors by William Paston Robinson, the offices the Croydon Guardian, 53, North-end, in the parish of Croydon, Sumy.
September 11, 1877 - Croydon Guardian and Surrey County Gazette - London, London, England
CENTRAL, NEWS OFFICE, Thursday. The Times Pera Correspondent telegraphs, that at the Cabinet Council, yesterday, it was decided to comply with the Russian demands for the evacuation of Shumla, Varna, and Batoum, on condition of the Russians withdrawing to Adrianople. Details are
May 9, 1878 - Croydon Guardian and Surrey County Gazette - London, London, England
from its Pera are to be signed to-day. Servia gets Independence only. Montenegro to have Antivaria, Nisoh, and Spuz; llnssia to hold Batoum, Kars, and Erzeroum, until an indemnity of Twenty Million Founds is paid. The Straits to be opened to Bpssiaa JK^Ships., Bulgarian Autonomy
January 25, 1878 - Croydon Guardian and Surrey County Gazette - London, London, England
■W. O. BXa^A-TBB, FAMILY BUTCHER. Sonthdow Homo, George Street, Croydon (OppotUe SL MaUktrft Clare*/, and HIGH STREET, SOUTH NORWOOD. List of Puces. First quality of English and Scotch Maat OBIT. BEEF.—Sirloin, lid. and 11U.; Topcida, Ud. and Hid.; Thick Flank, 10U. and Ui ißiba
December 21, 1878 - Croydon Guardian and Surrey County Gazette - London, London, England