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ALECTURE, by MADAME RONNIGER, on "Some of the Higher Moralities as Exemplified in the Poets," delivered by her at South

ALECTURE, by MADAME RONNIGER, on "Some of the Higher Moralities as Exemplified in the Poets," delivered by her at South

Place Institute, has been published by desire, and may be had of Messrs. Farmer, Edwardes Terrace, Kensington; Mrs. Bayley, 12, Newland Terrace, Kensington; and at the Office of the "LONDON AND SCOTTISH REVIEW," 15, Cockspur Street, London. Price Sixpence.
August 31, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
AN APPEAL TO THE FRIENDS OF THE SOLDIER AND

AN APPEAL TO THE FRIENDS OF THE SOLDIER AND

THE SAILOR. AT a meeting of the London and Scottish Literary Institute, held in London on January 25, 1875 (the 116th anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns), it was resolved that an endeavour should be made to establish scholarships of the value of £2O each, to be competed fo
March 20, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY.

COURT OF CHANCERY.

(Before the Lord Chancellor and the Lords Justices.) TILE PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY V. KNOTT.—This was an appeal by Prudential Assurance Company from an order of Vice- Chancellor Flail. The above company was established in 1848, and incorporated under the Companies Acts 1862
May 29, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
VISIT TO ABBOTSFORD.

VISIT TO ABBOTSFORD.

Amongst the many painful reflections that must fill the mind of a careful student of human nature is the conviction—derived from a close study of the lives of great men—that, taken in the aggregate, they are disappointments. Certainly there is nothing very startling in this, sin
November 1, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
REGENT-S QUARE CHURCH.

REGENT-S QUARE CHURCH.

THE Rev. W. Grey Elmslie, who has received a call from the English Presbyterian Congregation at Willesden, preached his farewell sermon to the Regent-square congregation on Sunday evening, the 17th ult. Mr. Elmslie has been assistant to the Rev. Dr. Oswald Dykes for the last two
November 1, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
Occupation N.B.—This Form, with the Blanks filled up, should be immediately transmitted to the Office to secure an allotment. The

Occupation N.B.—This Form, with the Blanks filled up, should be immediately transmitted to the Office to secure an allotment. The

LONDON AND SCOTTISH REVIEW may be obtained from Messrs. Griffin and Co., 15, Cockspur-street, Westminster, and other principal newsagents in the United Kingdom. Single copy, 2d. By Post, 20.
November 1, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
hich accompanied it. I have no other connection with the Quarterly ;-ißavietv,;' ban as am I with Ellis, Heber, and

hich accompanied it. I have no other connection with the Quarterly ;-ißavietv,;' ban as am I with Ellis, Heber, and

most of your old uoquaintanees, more partiartoi ts politics than to those of your old friend Brougham in the Edinburgh Review. But I will reccommend the work te the conductor, and if Southey will take it in hand (to whom the Miss Leonarlis have been obliged for the countenance t
December 1, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
he said, now that our exertions have been crowned with success, and the dark days for those glorious interests which

he said, now that our exertions have been crowned with success, and the dark days for those glorious interests which

we represent are past and gone, we shall witness our opponents coming over to our side in thousands; and when that day comes I shall hold out both my hands and welcome them, and ask even no acknowledgment of their past transgressions.' The deceased has lived and died in the plac
December 1, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
DARLINGTON RAILWAY JUBILEE. TO THE EDITOR OF "THE LONDON AND SCOTTISH REVIEW."

DARLINGTON RAILWAY JUBILEE. TO THE EDITOR OF "THE LONDON AND SCOTTISH REVIEW."

SlR,—When I had the pleasure, on 28th September, of meeting at the ball following the railway jubilee here the gentleman who represented your journal on that occasion, he was good enough to say that he had no doubt the poem I had written on the previous day was worthy the author
October 1, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England
 
SUMMARY PROSECUTION APPEALS IN SCOTLAND.

SUMMARY PROSECUTION APPEALS IN SCOTLAND.

EARL BEAUCHAMP on Tuesday moved the second reading of the Summary Prosecutions Appeals (Scotland) Bill, the object of which is to extend to Scotland the principles which now apply to these appeals in Ireland. The Duke of BUCCLEUCH thought the measure somewhat too sweeping, and r
July 31, 1875 - London and Scottish Review - London, London, England