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T H. to W. IL T.—Going out of town until 20th.. Sara° . time and place 21st.--Standard. LZP.AII to it.

T H. to W. IL T.—Going out of town until 20th.. Sara° . time and place 21st.--Standard. LZP.AII to it.

11. DEVONPORT.—I am reduced to the I_ last extremity. Do come to-morrow.—Telegraph.
November 9, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
are a dear. Come whenever you please, but pray I. not be a hurry. You know what a place :this

are a dear. Come whenever you please, but pray I. not be a hurry. You know what a place :this

is. Must excuse my bring busy. Impossible coming. Must Wait 'till I rea dy; if not, say fprgive inc and let me die happy.—Standard. .
November 9, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE COLLISION WITH HER MAJESTY'S YACHT.

THE COLLISION WITH HER MAJESTY'S YACHT.

At Portsmouth, yesterday, Charles Rogers deposed: lam a first-class seaman, and belong to the Alberta. I was on board on Wednesday when her Majesty was crossing from Cowes. I am in different parts of the ship at different times. When lam net dipping the flag I am forward, and my
August 27, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. ROBERTB.---Rth hist. at Peel Parsonage, Little Hutt on, the wife of the Bev. C. Roberta, prematurely a a son,

BIRTHS. ROBERTB.---Rth hist. at Peel Parsonage, Little Hutt on, the wife of the Bev. C. Roberta, prematurely a a son,

stillborn. lIONYPENNY.—Sth Inst., at Hadlow Vioarage, the wife of on - y - p . enny, of a son. IRVINE.—.Oth inst., at Bogner. the wife of the Rev. W. H. II 'lrvine, of . twins, son and a daughter. CHAMBERLAIN.-9th inst., at Great Houma(' Vicarage, Hefts, the wife of the Rev. J.
December 13, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
RIOT AT VICKSBURG. ;• -- NEW YORK, DECEMIItIt n. -- A riot caused by fighting .between the blacks and whites

RIOT AT VICKSBURG. ;• -- NEW YORK, DECEMIItIt n. -- A riot caused by fighting .between the blacks and whites

has occurred near Vicksburg, Mississippi. Seven negroes were killed.
December 13, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BLACKBURN ELECTION.

THE BLACKBURN ELECTION.

Polling commenced at Blackburn on Thursday. the candidates being Mr. Thwaites kConservative) and Mr. Hibbert (Liberal). Mr. Thwaites appeared to bo the popular candidate from the beginning, and won the eleetion, as will be seen from the following figures, by an overwhelming majo
October 1, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
y ITTLI3 WOMAti.—"Not quite forgotten." At present j in Scotland. Quite well. No fresh scrape. Let see yen. Write to

y ITTLI3 WOMAti.—"Not quite forgotten." At present j in Scotland. Quite well. No fresh scrape. Let see yen. Write to

agents. Return in January.—Standard.
October 29, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EIRKBEOK BANK.—Established 18b1. 29 and 90, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. Pan CENT, INTEREST allowed on Deposits. Current Accounts opened similar

EIRKBEOK BANK.—Established 18b1. 29 and 90, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. Pan CENT, INTEREST allowed on Deposits. Current Accounts opened similar

to the Joint Stock Banks. t..:heque Books supplied. ,Purchases and Sales of British. Foreign, and Colonel I ?Onds, Stock s , Sh a res, &c., effected, and Advances made thereon. Office hours from 10 till 4, ea-cept • ing on Saturdays, when the Bank closes 'llon at two o'clock.. -
October 29, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TO INTRODUCE THE FAMILY FRIEND" DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE, THIII SECOND 1,000 WILL BE SOLD at 275. 6d. each, um FIRST

TO INTRODUCE THE FAMILY FRIEND" DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE, THIII SECOND 1,000 WILL BE SOLD at 275. 6d. each, um FIRST

1,000 HAVING BEEIt SOLD It has been a great point of the Manufaetureri to these Machines at One Third of their Ultimate 7 a lll G. As there ate no merchants, travellers, or agents' ' l Penses, they are enabled to supply them at such a price. They WARRANT them to do the work of o
November 25, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ÜB-PLENIPO.—I have yours of the 17th curreht. Kindly let me know the exact circumstances in reference to the concluding paragraph

ÜB-PLENIPO.—I have yours of the 17th curreht. Kindly let me know the exact circumstances in reference to the concluding paragraph

of your letter of the 4th inst.
November 25, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England