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riHEAT- WESTERN RAILWAY.— VioI i oi ?? the EMPEROR of the FRENCH to WINDSOR i; A *TLE.-On TUESDAY, the 17th

riHEAT- WESTERN RAILWAY.— VioI i oi ?? the EMPEROR of the FRENCH to WINDSOR i; A *TLE.-On TUESDAY, the 17th

inst, the Queen's Hounds ■«etst Slough, and on WEDNESDAY, the JBth inst., there "HI bo a Grand Review in Windsor Pa k. , Jtoeaehdav SPECIAL TRAINS for Slough and Windsor "'ll leave the" Paddington Station at 9 and 9 45 a.m. . »P--CIAL TRAINS will also run from Windsor to Padding
April 16, 1855 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

LIVERPOOL, Sunday, Apkii. 15. The Eclipse arrived yesterday from the Cape of Good Hope, whence she sailed on the 22d of Febru- ary. Her advices do not contain any news of interest. The screw-steamer Antelope arrived at the Cape the day the Eclipse left. The Enterprise, Captai u
April 16, 1855 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
fUrt J3-ttmtoixfe.

fUrt J3-ttmtoixfe.

?? J3-ttmtoixfe. ONE PENNY. LONDON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1869- No. 13,886.
February 4, 1869 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

Naval Appointments, Acting Assistant Surgeons.— Robert Turner, to the Hector; John Whyte, lo the Pembroke; John B. Isaac, to the Donegal; William H.Goode, to the Ganges; Gordon Price, ?? to the Royal Adelaide; Edward T. Lloyd, to the Boscawen. The deep-sea trial of the Hercules,
February 4, 1869 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
OOVENT-GARDEN. THIS EVF' RDING BCHOOL. After which, ?? .r.INSON CRUSOE; or, Friday and the Fairies. .eu aud terminate at Eleven,

OOVENT-GARDEN. THIS EVF' RDING BCHOOL. After which, ?? .r.INSON CRUSOE; or, Friday and the Fairies. .eu aud terminate at Eleven,

Box-oliioe open from Ten till Five. DR CRY-LANE. THIS EVENING, ". To conclude with, bers of es. Dooio open at Half-past Tnis -Cvhmi wn x>\ rg Howe J; kc, ; Mesdames Wrr. uimuuce at Seven. THIS EVENING, at . V. After which, at \ ining, r Lacy, Doraii I. G. Shore, Ed Ltclorcq. Con
February 4, 1869 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

All Lettera tnteed ;1 (or insertion must be authenticated by the Name and Address of the Writer. We cannot undertake to return the Mo. of rtuecteti communications.
February 4, 1869 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— ln your paper of yesterday your reporter at tho Middlesex Sessions, in referring to the appeal by Kate Franks against a conviction by Mr. Knox, describes the appellant as " Kale Fra I lamilton." 1 beg you will pivc me space t Kate Franks wa known by any alia
February 4, 1869 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
A STEAMEB SUNK BY COLLISION WITH.THE STRATHCLI DE.

A STEAMEB SUNK BY COLLISION WITH.THE STRATHCLI DE.

A STEAMEB SUNK BY COLLISION WITH THE STRA THCL I DE. On Sunday evening, at about a qnartor-past eight o'clock, th screw steamei Harlingen, of and from Lounon for itouen, with a general cargo, struck on the masts of the Stratnclyde, anu sank in 15 fathoms, after steaming one mile
February 29, 1876 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE;

NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE;

Oar Malta writM under date _2J FeV< citizens have come forward in a very liberal manner with c-ul-scriptions to the approaching festivities.— Commander Hastings de liobech, the newly appn it- < 1 Superintendent of the Torts, arrived on t_e 15th, and has taken up his duties, as w
February 29, 1876 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EGYPT.

EGYPT.

(By Telegraph.) (from oub spkcial correspondent,) ALEXANDRIA, Tuesday NIGHT. The Moniteur EgypMSn states that the Egyptian Government having defrayed the expenditure on the Stamboul property, the Council of Ministers has decided that the whole of that property belongs to the Gov
December 31, 1879 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England