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THE EASTERN CRISIS,

THE EASTERN CRISIS,

Ne Man at the Helm, With his usual felicity, Mr. Denniel has contrived in this Week's Punch to embody the Uppermost political thought, in the reply of the British Lion to the Russian Bear's inquiries what might be its intentions on the Eastern Question: — " Blest if I know! Ask
February 17, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER AND LEICESTERSHIRE CAGE.BIRD SOCIETY.

LEICESTER AND LEICESTERSHIRE CAGE.BIRD SOCIETY.

LEICESTER AND LEICESTERSHIRE CAGE BIRD SOCIETY. The second exhibition of canaries, mules, and British and Foreign Cage Birds, nnder the auspices of this society, was held at the Floral HaU, Belgrave-gate, on Friday and Saturday. Through the liberality of numerous patrons, the com
January 3, 1880 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
jßtrths, ana Deaths. [Notices of Birth* are charged Bs. 6d. each. The word* "No C eras.." or auy addition to

jßtrths, ana Deaths. [Notices of Birth* are charged Bs. 6d. each. The word* "No C eras.." or auy addition to

the simple announcements of Mai- riagea or Deaths are subject to a similar charge.] MARRIAGES. Bailey— Slater.— On the 13th ins.., at St. James's, West Derby, by the Eev. R. Salthouse, Mr. Thomas Bailey, Postmaster, of Ibstock, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, lo Mary iydia, only daughter of
February 17, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BUDGET OF FUN.

BUDGET OF FUN.

PUZZLES. jJetaqram^ T I'JT 1 . am * dof four letters." Change my first, and UtSS ™a t D"* secoild ' and lam a road ;my tmrd, and I am a tree ; my fourth, and I am a fish. ?? ""V a Word of four letters. Change my first, and 1 am a beverage ; my second, and I am part of a norse ;
December 23, 1876 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE MURDEROUS OUTRAGE WITH A.HAMMER.

THE MURDEROUS OUTRAGE WITH A.HAMMER.

THE MURDEROUS OUTRAGE WITH A HAMMER. PBECABIOUS CONDITION OF THE VICTIM, Thomas Bennett was bronght up in custody charged with assaulting James Pyne with a hammer, at the Union-street Foundry, under circumstances already re- ported.—Mr. Farndale said that the prosecutor was a lit
December 23, 1876 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE

COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE

Satubday. — Before T. T. Paget, Esq. (in the chair), I. Harrison, R. G. Pochin, and C. Packe, Esqrs.. and Sir A. Palmer, Bart. Oadbt. — Robert Wm. Chamberlain, ba':er, Oadby, was charged with selling adulterated bread at.Oadby. in *Ju» 29th Nov. — Superintendent Moore stated tha
January 6, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ALBERTS DBBAM, AN& HIS CONSERVATIVE I.SUPPORTERS. I

ALBERTS DBBAM, AN& HIS CONSERVATIVE I.SUPPORTERS. I

ALBERTS DBBAM, AN& HIS CONSERVATIVE I SUPPORTERS. I [Br a Wokeikg Mah.] Well nmr it be said ?? a prophet has no honour in bis own country, thought I, on reading tbe rbodomontade of the chairman of 4he " Conservative Working Men's Association ?? lately held in the Temperance Hall.
January 6, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE BBITISH COBN TRADB.

REVIEW OF THE BBITISH COBN TRADB.

! s (From Mark Lane Express.) After another week of storm and rain the year haa closed in physical disturbance and political anxiety. ! The violence of the weather can only be described as i calamitous, which haa inundated large tracts of low- I lying land all over the kingdom,
January 6, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BOABD OF GUARDIANS.

BOABD OF GUARDIANS.

At the usaal weekly meeting of tite Board, r, n Tuesday evening, there were present Mesars. Batoea (Chamaan, Wfltod and Gray (Vice-chairmen), BagJsy, Bkaw^' CroW, Sladen, Halt Clarke, WeUs, Brain, Carr, P o y*er' Keites, Preston, Palmer, KoUett, Dingley, Finn, j. ?? Har dings, a
January 6, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FATAL QUARREL IN THE ISLE OF MAN

FATAL QUARREL IN THE ISLE OF MAN

A young woman, twenty-five yearn of age, named EmUy Him nay, who is in custody on a charge of causing the death of her paramour, in GuilUam's court, Douglas, oa Saturday, made a written confession on Monday. During a drunken row in their bedroom on Saturday prisoner stabbed the
August 25, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England