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{Bfjorc the Recorder, a Idermen Hcgiies, Sir J. Ket,

Bart., Humpiiery, c.) Amelia described in the calendar as being 18 years of age, but whose appearance was th;:t of a much younger person, Senna Edwards, aped 17, and Susan Paulo, aped 28, were indicted for stealing, in the dwelling-house of John Greening, a tin box containing 8
March 10, 1845 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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September 5, 1827 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
Houses SZT ON FIRE.

Houses SZT ON FIRE.

A telegram from Ay says that the mob has set lire to the houses of several wine dealers and manufacturers. The officers in cortunand of the troops are said to have received orders to act with extreme rigour, though at the same time with due prudence. On the report that as many a
April 14, 1911 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
RECIPROCITY IN CONGRERS.

RECIPROCITY IN CONGRERS.

DEMOCRATS AND THE NEW BILL (ntom ova owl: WASHINGTON. 12. The Democratic majority in the Rouse decided in Caucus last night to peas the Canadian Reciprocity Bill as soon as possible. The Bill which was adopted is identical with the McCall BilL except for the addition of a clause
April 14, 1911 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
EMBASSIES AND LEGATIONS.

EMBASSIES AND LEGATIONS.

Mr. Robert Bacon. the American Ambassador to Paris. and Mrs. Bacon left London on Wednesday for the Embassy in Paris. The Cbilian Minister. with Mme. Edwards. hns left London for Paris, and will return on Tue‘day. Couniesa de Vette. wife of the Spanish Minister, has arrived in L
April 14, 1911 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
LEASE OF A SPORTS GROUND.

LEASE OF A SPORTS GROUND.

At a meeting of the Windsor Town Council on Wednesday the Mayor (Mr. C. F. Dyson) read the following letter from Sir William Carington:— The King commanded me to inquire of the CominLssioners of his Majesty's Woods and Forests if they could see their way to letting some land in
April 14, 1911 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
TESTIMONIAL TO MIL BURT.

TESTIMONIAL TO MIL BURT.

The Morpetli Liberal Council have issued an appeal for subscriptions to a testimonial to Mr. Burt, M.P.
April 14, 1911 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
GERMANY'S NEW PASSENGER AIRSHIP. SERVICE BEGINS TO-DAY. (mom OUR OWN CORRMRPONDENT.)

GERMANY'S NEW PASSENGER AIRSHIP. SERVICE BEGINS TO-DAY. (mom OUR OWN CORRMRPONDENT.)

BERLIN. APRIL The Ersatz Deutschland will begin tomorrow at Dusseldorf, weather permitting, the service of passenger flights for which . she has been built. As already stated in The Moil, the forward car of the new airship contains one motor driving two double-bladed propellers,
April 14, 1911 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
POINT-TO-POINT RACES. THE BELVOIR HUNT.

POINT-TO-POINT RACES. THE BELVOIR HUNT.

The Belvoir Hunt Point-to-Point Races at Harrowhy yeaterday in delightful weather. The company included Lord and Lady Londeshorough, Lord Westinorland, Lady Irene Denison, Lady Enid Vane, Lord Burgherah. the Hon. Hugo Denison, Lady Marjorie Manners, Lady Diana Manners, the Hon.
April 14, 1911 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
WILLS AND BEQUESII.

WILLS AND BEQUESII.

MR. W. STRANG STEEL'S ESTATE The inventory and (-state anoints 0 the bate Mr. W. tirrEt., of Selkirk. have now been lodged. The net estate OA aggregated the rate of duty. exeltr.ise of watt and of gifts made during the thneyears death. is stated as 079.623 Pis. Subject to varion
April 14, 1911 - Evening Mail - London, London, England