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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGZNCE. ~¶>dateh s ?? by 148 votes to 188, adopted arn amendment of M. Bozerain to the Ministerial proposal granting an amnesty to all persons undpr sentence for parcipation in the Commune, excepting incendiaries and assassins, the Chamber referred the amendment to
July 11, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS OF MRS. TEE ATLASNTB 6MO L. ftriilntf. ruT f fresh and varied matter is the July numbes Df our clever contemporary. It contains con- tributions on topics equally interesting to the Englishman as the American. Mr. Langle3 bells us of " Wintering on' &tna.;" Mr. Mat. btews
July 11, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE NEW FRENCH AMBASSADOR.

THE NEW FRENCH AMBASSADOR.

NE3 b IOW PaMEN=C AMBASSAMOR. -- - _ . . I I ,- - - : _ 1k. Nowise rsuffledisy the onslaught sode upon him in the Hossse 6f Commons, the French atnbassador las settled down comfortably in the great house at Abert-gate; and, true to his scholarly instincts and retired habits, has
July 11, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PROSECUTION BY THE COMMISSIONERS IN LUNACY.

PROSECUTION BY THE COMMISSIONERS IN LUNACY.

PROSECUTION BY TRE COXZBSZIOXZXS IL A I- A ,, - - _ A . On Friday, Mary Rutley, of 12, Northlands, Wands- worth, Surrey, appeared before Mr. Flowers to a sum. mans charging her with unlawfully receiving two or more lunatics in her house, it not being e asylum or hospital register
July 11, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE.

THE LONDON GAZETTE.

THE MLOlqDON GAZETTE. -1-c A TUESDAY. BABNRUPTS. W. Loe, Lyndurst-road, Peekham-R. Steers, Camberwell. road-P. t - p, Nonds Sittingbourne Kent-M. Doyle, and f1. Tickle, Brighton, drapsrs-.J.,erle, Leeds, commercial ?? and Bland, He0lylake Cheshire, plumbers- A Page, butcher-J. Bo
July 11, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A LANDLORD SHOOTING AT HIS TENANT.

A LANDLORD SHOOTING AT HIS TENANT.

A ANADLOBD SUCOTZTIN AT HIS TENANT. A shoocking occurrence took at Ballina in County Mayo (Ireland) on Wednesday night. A landlord named James Joynt went into the house of a, woman named Murphy, whose husband had been his tenant, and upolt whom he had a process of ejectment endin
June 20, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SCRAPS FROM THE COMIC JOURNALS.

SCRAPS FROM THE COMIC JOURNALS.

sCRAPS PROw TwEIE cm cOU3nALo. (From Punch.] CO2isc1E1;T.oUs-COnCau~or (declining a tract whi-h was off e:ed him with his fare): Very much obliaed, mum, but we ain't allowed to take any perquisites whateier, mum ! COMPLronsnrany.-Britisher: Well, Sam, what did you think of the wa
June 20, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE "CONFIDENCE TRICH."

THE "CONFIDENCE TRICH."

ETHm "' COIPIDMNE T3ZICX." | At tle Middlesex Sessions, James Ward 45, John Davis, 63, and William Boyce, 38, were indicted for conspiring and agreeing together to cheat, and defraud Thomas Bannister. Mr. Mead prosecuted on behalf of the Treasury, and the prisoners were undefende
July 25, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ARREST FOR FORGERY.

ARREST FOR FORGERY.

ARnMST FOB - rORGEnY. John Watson, alias Hugh Murray, was brought before Mr. Alderman Finnis at the Mansion House for prelimi- nary examination, charged, on a warrant, with having forged numerous letters of credit. Mr. Abrahains, solicitor, appeared to conduct the pro- secution;
July 25, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MEN, MEASURES, AND MONARCH IN PARLIAMENT.

MEN, MEASURES, AND MONARCH IN PARLIAMENT.

i&ENI MASURES, AND [ONAWR IN PARLIANEN. To THE EDITOR OF REYOaLDS'S N-EWSPAPE. SRIB,-If any one feature of the presentparlia ment is to be regretted, it is the peculiarly feeble manner in which the *Muista-y are carrying out the programme they laid down at the hustings, and the p
July 25, 1880 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England