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IRON-HEARTED SMALL TALK.

IRON-HEARTED SMALL TALK.

IRON-HEARTED SMALL- TALK. TO TEE EDITOR OF REYNOLDS'S NEWSPAPER. SIR,-One hundred tons of iron have been re- ceived at Liverpool from New York, End one hun- dred tons have been ordered in addition. A thou- sand tens of charcoal iron have been supplied to Canada by American ironma
September 28, 1873 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MR. ARCH IN CANADA

MR. ARCH IN CANADA

ME*R. ARCN in CANADA I Thef ollowing is from a Quebeo letter:-" On Sunday, the 7th inst., we steamed into the magnificent harbour of Qoebec. On landing, a gentleman connected with the emigral ion department soon found us out: and after our laggage bad been passed, he took us over
September 28, 1873 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

FRIENDLY SOI TIES. The royal commission appointed August 17, 1871, to "inquire into ,the law relattng to friendly Poieties," bas issued its third report; and although, as they thameelvee admia, it is in a meauro incomplete, owingto the absenca of some of the renorts of the As'sst
September 28, 1873 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

BPORTINQ INTELLIOEEOR TAVTERSALIIS. MONDAY, CaxMasBUT icsRO .-1600 to 200 aget Bnllscy (t): 2,000 to 70 egat Gloire do Dijon filly (t); 1,00 to 15 aggt Thunderer (tJ 1,000 to 15 agat Oyster Girl (t); 500 to 5 agst, Rippoudeau (t). WY.NsESDAY. CFSABEDWIrC.-9 to 1 agpt .3olasonneur
September 28, 1873 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A TORCHLIGHT POLITICAL DEMONSTRATION.

A TORCHLIGHT POLITICAL DEMONSTRATION.

A TOROXLIGH POLITICAL. MMON- ASTBThA.I AN. 'On :onday .eveniug a torchlight demonstration.. in supporb of the Reform Mill snd of the .Liberal candi- da~tre for Miadlesex was held -near St. Ann's-road Station, Seven Sisters'-road, under the.auspices of the Pinsbury Clubs' Radical
July 6, 1884 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SUICIDE OF A STOCKBROKER.

SUICIDE OF A STOCKBROKER.

SUICIDE OF 1A 1STOCVsnoEp. ,n_ TI/-r- lur nT._A - - - I.- 1a _ e- !On ,Monday Mr. Laughsm, Gity -coroner, held an in- quest at the Coroner's Court,-Golden-Iane,-City, on .the body. of :Ir. Fraunk Willis Burgs, nged forty-five, a stock- broker, whio committed suicide -at his offic
July 6, 1884 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE TURKISH DEFEAT IN ASIA.

THE TURKISH DEFEAT IN ASIA.

~ TRM TURXISE DEF31T IN ABSA. 'flA Into --A LISA 1 As 'i be I'rese and the Vieenivs uozoette pellish details of the battle before Kars. Tbere TPro etwo divisions of Grenad'ers-thelth, forming i art of ?? in army, and the lst, which came p1 :8s a tiseiorcemient floln Mos. cow. The
October 21, 1877 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION IN FRANCE.

THE GENERAL ELECTION IN FRANCE.

Tat ABNERlAL r LZCTIOiON IN rM&1NVE. IE NotMoUS REPUBLICAN WASORIrY. Tlhe .coniplete returns o6f the general elections On Sanday, with'the-excq,xtion of tbe colonies, have now been Teceived, and show that '32 Republican and 191 Con. servative nndldat.s liave been e ected. lsonrte
October 21, 1877 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
OFF AGAIN.

OFF AGAIN.

OPP AGAIN. The Marning Post of Tuesday has the follow- ing:- Her Majesty, accompanied by Princess Beatrice and Prince Leopold, attended by the ladies and gentlemen of the suite, will leave Windsor Castle on Friday evening en route for Scotland. Official communication between the
May 20, 1877 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FATAL POACHING AFFRAY.

FATAL POACHING AFFRAY.

rATAM POACIflTG APPRAY. At the Sale (Cheshire) Petty Sessions, on Monday, three salt-boilers of Northwich, named Hitchen, Perrin, and Willis, were charged with night poaching at High Legh on the 6th inst., and also with firing at Thomas Ford with intent to murder him. It will be
December 4, 1881 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England