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Admiral Sir W. Edmond- WIGTON -DISTRICT. stone, C. *G. Young, R Sir H. Bruce, R. —Stewart, C. SUTHERLANDSHIRE. WIGTONSHIRE. *Lord

Admiral Sir W. Edmond- WIGTON -DISTRICT. stone, C. *G. Young, R Sir H. Bruce, R. —Stewart, C. SUTHERLANDSHIRE. WIGTONSHIRE. *Lord

Ronald Gower, R. *Vans Agnew, C. WICK. J. Pender, R.
January 29, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FLOWER GARDEN.

FLOWER GARDEN.

Alpine plants should now be looked over, and many of the kinds repotted, divided, or planted out as the case may be. Auriculas should be watered gradually as they shew signwof growth, and the pots top-dressed with cow-dung. 'Bedding plants may be propagated rapidly by making a s
February 4, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CIOLD SIGNET RING for ss. 6d: Richly Engraved, Solid Gold. Hall-marked, Mount, set with choice Sardonyx or bloodstone. Superior qualities,'

CIOLD SIGNET RING for ss. 6d: Richly Engraved, Solid Gold. Hall-marked, Mount, set with choice Sardonyx or bloodstone. Superior qualities,'

7s. 6d._, 10s.. 6d.. ' 15S. 6d. and 21s. each. In box, free per registered post, Od: extra. Size of finger obtained by mating hole in card: T. A. JONES, Jeweller, 352, Essex-road, Islington, N.
February 4, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
A NALYSIS OF . LIBEBAL "BLUNDERING! I , tL Printed as a Large Placard. Price:£s per The same may be

A NALYSIS OF . LIBEBAL "BLUNDERING! I , tL Printed as a Large Placard. Price:£s per The same may be

had in "The Sun," for £3 per Thousancie' Letters or telegrams tO the Manager of the Central Prear i 112, Strand, London, W.C.. will receive immediate atientY*
February 4, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
• . IRELAND.

• . IRELAND.

Carrickfergus... ... M. R. Midway Clonmel *— Moore ... . Coleraine._ *D. Taylor... ... Dundalk,.. P. Callan Dungannon ... *J. Dickson Dungarvan•*J. O'Keefe Limerick (City) ... *— O'Shaughnessy Isaac Butt ... New Ross ... Dunbar... =Waterford (City) ... *— Power *-- O'Gorman Abin
February 7, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
y3aIOLD LOCKET for 24., to hold Hair or X Portrait. Richly engraved and enamelled. Warranted t gold. In box, free

y3aIOLD LOCKET for 24., to hold Hair or X Portrait. Richly engraved and enamelled. Warranted t gold. In box, free

per post, 26 stamps; next size. 44 tamps; large size, 56 stamps.—T. A. JONES, Jeweller, 352, Essex-road, Islington. " . .
February 7, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
r a e n al d iso u d p b w y ar p d er s son ni

r a e n al d iso u d p b w y ar p d er s son ni

s a L b ei e the e r as ,, i e l l ct 2 i n i e L ts Y l y without hindrance to present occupation. Enclose, for particulars and sample, 12 stamps, (returned if desired), addressed EvAiis, WATTS, and COMP4kNY, Merchants Exchange Buildings, Birmingham. ALT in .DEBT should apply t
February 7, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
STRIKING THE COTMVM.

STRIKING THE COTMVM.

The Liberal papers deserve credit for' the. readiness with which they have accepted the situation. Already they begin to show evident signs of the "sweet uses of adversity" in their apt quotations and sad reflections. The Daily News regards the GLADSTONt Ministry as a thing of t
February 9, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THEQUEEN'S COUNSEL.

THEQUEEN'S COUNSEL.

The following gentlemen took "silk " this morning, when they were duty sworn in by the Lord Chancellor : C. Clark, T. E. Winslow ' Joyce, F. Waller, W. H. G. Bagsha*, W. Phearson, F. Hopwood, T. Westlake, J. G. Murphy, A. G. Marten, M.P., R U 'Williams, A. Cohen, and S. D. Wadcl
February 9, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
LOVER'S MESSENGER.—This is, without _LA exception, one of the most unique novelties ever yet introduced, and affords indescribable amusement. By

LOVER'S MESSENGER.—This is, without _LA exception, one of the most unique novelties ever yet introduced, and affords indescribable amusement. By

means of an elegantly-constructed miniature rifle a motto may be conveyed to a person at a distance of 200 feet, without any one else observing it. Packed in boxes, with a choice selection of mottoes. Forwarded for 20 stamps from P. F. BENHAM, Manufacturer and Patentee. Ofhle, 1
February 9, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England