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'EWING MACHINES of Every Description, From £2 to OS. TRE REGENT, .22 15s. Simple —Silent—Rapid—Durable. Canopies O Work and Prospectus

'EWING MACHINES of Every Description, From £2 to OS. TRE REGENT, .22 15s. Simple —Silent—Rapid—Durable. Canopies O Work and Prospectus

post frOG. It absurdly claimed for almost • tverY Machine, of whatever description (chain, lock, or knotted stitch), that it is superior to all others, for all kinds of work. and Co., having no interest m s elling any particular machine, are enabled to recommend impartially one
February 13, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ELECTORAL NOTES:

ELECTORAL NOTES:

By the admission of the local returning officer himself, it is clear that the so-called Hackney " election "is a political mockery. This being so, a petition will very shortly be presented to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that the " election " may be pronounced null and voi
February 13, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
INVENTORS ASSISTED in SECURING and DISPOSING OF their INVENTIONS. Apply to Messrs. BROWNE and Co., and Foreign Patent-office, 5, Southampton-buildings,

INVENTORS ASSISTED in SECURING and DISPOSING OF their INVENTIONS. Apply to Messrs. BROWNE and Co., and Foreign Patent-office, 5, Southampton-buildings,

Ilolborn, late Graceehurch-street, City. A pamphlet gratis.
February 13, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
, 1C) WEEKLY and upwards may be easily and honestly realised by persons of either sex, without hindrance to present

, 1C) WEEKLY and upwards may be easily and honestly realised by persons of either sex, without hindrance to present

occupation. Enclose, for particulars aid sample, 12 stamps (returned if desired), addressed EVANS, WATTS, and COMPANT, Merchants Exchange Buildings, Birmingham.
February 13, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND COMMENTS.

NOTES AND COMMENTS.

The faithful Echo has had a rather severe attack of temporary insanity, brought on by the heartless ingratitude displayed by the nation towards Mr. Gladstone. Here are some of its delirious utterances :—" People are not now in the mood to render Mr. Gladstone his due. But he can
February 18, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FAMILY MORNIN.G READIN

FAMILY MORNIN.G READIN

LESSONS FOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19' Morning. Evening. Exodus xxv. thy. 23. I Exodus to I Matthew xxvii. to V. 27. 1 Romans ill. One of the saddest things about human nature man may guide Others in the path of life, withoul in it himself; that he may be a pilot and yet ace ANON. W
February 18, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Q Copies of The Sun, daily, for 6d. per week U post fre4.-112, Strand.

Q Copies of The Sun, daily, for 6d. per week U post fre4.-112, Strand.

February 18, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
WANTED, by a Respectable M arr i e d MAN the charge of Offices, or as Traveller. Long experience. Highest

WANTED, by a Respectable M arr i e d MAN the charge of Offices, or as Traveller. Long experience. Highest

testimonials. Address, A. E. C., Post Office, West Raynh am , Brandon, Norfolk.
February 18, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BENGAL FAMINE.

THE BENGAL FAMINE.

;TELEGRAM FROM LORD NORTHBROOK. The following telegram was received by the Lord Mayor of Loudon this morning from Lord Northbrook, the Viceroy of India : "The Chairman of the Central Relief Committee has been informed of the first remittance of 1;10,000 from London. The people o
February 20, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England