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FIFTH EDITION THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. LAIN MEL

FIFTH EDITION THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. LAIN MEL

a the great popular interest felt in the 1 --..--- k , ....umnal session of Parliament, and because ' YORK, Nov. 7, 2 a.m. c ihe daily increasing circulation of . The latest official returns show that the Demo/ . ., es have to announce that during cratio gains exceed the previou
November 7, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LAW COURTS. THE LATE LORD LYTTON'S LOVE LETTERS.

THE LAW COURTS. THE LATE LORD LYTTON'S LOVE LETTERS.

In the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice to-day, before Vice-Chancellor Bacon, Mr. Marten. Q.C., with whom was Mr. Methold, brought forward a motion on the behalf of the plaintiff in the act of "The Earl of Lytton r. Davey and others," for an Injunction to restrad t
November 7, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
T HE WORLD At D LANE. Ise ROUNDS OP rr a E RIM Liam ROARS Or LYCEUM THEATRE. Misr ANDERSON.

T HE WORLD At D LANE. Ise ROUNDS OP rr a E RIM Liam ROARS Or LYCEUM THEATRE. Misr ANDERSON.

Ede Mr. HENRY IRVING. THIS EVENING. a TR& AND JULIET. JULIET Miss MARY ANDERSON. For east ' , ye lick. Nate can now hooked three in at the bor. Office. and at oil or by letter or telegram to Ir. Tryon. - P.e under the direction a Mr. Henry Abkwy. LYCEUM THEATRE. A MORNING PERFOR
November 7, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
FURNISIIILD OFFICE WANTED for per mane n c y; can pay £l2 per ennum ; wind full perticulare. -Engineer. 4,

FURNISIIILD OFFICE WANTED for per mane n c y; can pay £l2 per ennum ; wind full perticulare. -Engineer. 4,

Grovestreet, Upper Edmonton. DEVON. - " Roe:rifle.° to LILT UNFORNISHRD, or riALE, LIAIL—Apoly Appraiser, WC Veleta TictiebtoWeet. London. &oat), pleasant ; foe single geatlemaa roe two St Id. exch. Tramcars pass -112, ilealmatomad. DaLton Junction. ! ACOMFORTABLE BED-ROOM, with
November 7, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
Fler OR FICTION?

Fler OR FICTION?

OR FICTION? TO ITOIL 01" TIS Hie—You purported to quote es from • speech of or rather drone several speeches el doe, • phrase post I 'used to • apply to souse persons n. 4 named. As I lover se applied such • phrase, I asked you "le quote, with verifying retereoce, the senter.is o
January 4, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE EVENINC NEVIS, FRIDAY; JANUARY 4, 1884. PONTIUS INTELLIGENCE. TLUMPTON COURSING MEETING.

THE EVENINC NEVIS, FRIDAY; JANUARY 4, 1884. PONTIUS INTELLIGENCE. TLUMPTON COURSING MEETING.

IST TZLZOILATILI 'radii OWN COVIVIPONUVIT.I Friday.. A heavy fog hung over the ground as we rembeithe middle field, but it luckily lifted quickly. Cymbia opened the proceedings by baiting Henrietta and the stake was subsequently divided between Cyrabla and Skilful Lady, without
January 4, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY'S POLICE.

TO-DAY'S POLICE.

• JLALOUS grel•ND. Charles Goult was charged on a warrant, at Sow. street, with threatening his wile, Mrs. Elisabeth GinslL The preareutria is the proprietress OE • private hotel and carries on business in Surrey street. She had been married to the defendant. for 14 years, but s
January 4, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MURDER. AT BATH.

THE MURDER. AT BATH.

An was opened at Bath last evening as to the death of Alfred Mills, who was fatally stabbed in • public-house on Wednesday evening by Charles Kite. The medical evidence showed that the knife used by the prisoner entered the aorta, and that death resulted from compression of the
January 4, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
COST OF ELECTING A PARNELLITE MEMBER.

COST OF ELECTING A PARNELLITE MEMBER.

The return of the expenses at the recent Limerick *thin, when Mr. Mac:gallon, Parnellite, was returned, has been issued. The expenses of Mr. Spaight, the unsuccessful Conservative candidate, amounted to £2lB, while those of the successful Paniclate amounted to £347. This return
January 4, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
CLERGY MUTUAL ASSCRANCE SOCIETY. Established A.D. 19.9. r•trwe, 1 and 2, The Sanctuary, Westminster, S.W. Open to the clergy and

CLERGY MUTUAL ASSCRANCE SOCIETY. Established A.D. 19.9. r•trwe, 1 and 2, The Sanctuary, Westminster, S.W. Open to the clergy and

such of the laity as are concocted with them by kindred or marriage. Cla.rman.—Tbe Very Roe. the DEAN of WESTMINSTER.. Deputy-Chairman-- ROBERT Physician—Dr. Stone, 14, Ttean's.yard, S.W. Actuary—Stewart Udder, Financial Information, IA June, 19.9.9 : Funds L1,C02,0e5 . . Teal A
January 4, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England