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August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
No. 15,5-8 LONDON, THURSDAY • t r.; 4 DA AUG UST 11, 1842.

No. 15,5-8 LONDON, THURSDAY • t r.; 4 DA AUG UST 11, 1842.

August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TIIE SUN is Published EVERY MORNING at FIVE O'CLOCK, in Time for the EAJ?LY TRAINS and TOWX, DELIVERY; a SECOND EDITION (Evening Sun) is Published in Time for the AFTERNOON TRAIN and a THIRD EDITION at SEVEN ,O'CLOCK, for POST, containing PARLIAMENTARY, and all other NEWS in LONDON up to that Roar.

TIIE SUN is Published EVERY MORNING at FIVE O'CLOCK, in Time for the EAJ?LY TRAINS and TOWX, DELIVERY; a SECOND EDITION (Evening Sun) is Published in Time for the AFTERNOON TRAIN and a THIRD EDITION at SEVEN ,O'CLOCK, for POST, containing PARLIAMENTARY, and all other NEWS in LONDON up to that Roar.

TIIE SUN is P u bli s h e d EVERY MORNING a t FIVE O ' CLOCK, in Time for the EAJ?LY TRAINS and TOWX, DELIVERY; a SECOND EDITION (Evening Sun) is Published in Time for the AFTERNOON TRAIN and a THIRD EDITION at SEVEN , O'CLOCK, for POST, containing PARLIAMENTARY, and all other NE
August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ELECTIONEERING.

ELECTIONEERING.

Mr. Lane Fox, it is said, and nut Viscount Villiers, stands forward with Mr. Gladstone as Conservative candidate for Ipswich. The nomination for Belfast is appointed for Saturday next.
August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Hit . ; Grace the Duke of LEINSTER in the Chair; IT WAS RESOLVEb, let. That we feel it our

Hit . ; Grace the Duke of LEINSTER in the Chair; IT WAS RESOLVEb, let. That we feel it our

duty sincerely to congratulate all classes and parties in this great Empire on the happy adjustment of a question which has so long proved a source of discord and weakness to the State; and We hope that, as their several prejudices can no longer distract the attention of our fel
May 4, 1829 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
This day was published, RLArKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, No. CLII. for MAY, 1129. Contents:-1. Noctes Ambrosianm, No. XLIII.- 2. The Christening,

This day was published, RLArKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, No. CLII. for MAY, 1129. Contents:-1. Noctes Ambrosianm, No. XLIII.- 2. The Christening,

By C. Lamb, Esq.-3. For a Young Lady's Album. By C. Lamb, Esq.-4. Sketches on the Road in Ireland, No. IL-5. Songs of the Affections. By Mrs. Hentans-4. The Return--5. The Wish-6. Sketches of It ply and the Italians, with remarks on Antiquities and Fine Arts: Continued-7. First
May 4, 1829 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL TELEGRAM.

SPECIAL TELEGRAM.

THE BLACKBURN ELECTIoN. - - - - The nomination for Blackburn took place this morning. Mr. Daniel Thwaites, Conservative, was proposed by Mr. W. li...lioraaby, • and seconded by. Mr. James Dickinson. Mr. John Tomlinson Hibbert, Liberal, was proposed by Mr. James Pilfdcgton, ex-M.
September 28, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
LATE NEWS, THE CARLISTS,

LATE NEWS, THE CARLISTS,

(FROM TIIE LONDON CARLIST COMMITTR2.) - KENDAYE, SkPTILMILER 16. According to intelligence received here from. Valmasela, a shocking outrage has been perpetrated by the Alphonsists, under Tarda, in the Aran valley, near Lei. Ten Carlists, inCluding two Frenchmen, one of whom was
September 18, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SIEGE OF SAN SEBASTIAN.

THE SIEGE OF SAN SEBASTIAN.

SANTANDER, OCT. 4.. The Carlist batteries shelled San Sebastian yesterday morning and yesterday evening, when nineteen shells fell into the town. Two persons were killed. The inhabitants now sleep in the cellars and churches. The mails are taken by boat to the steamer in waiting
October 5, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
'BE YOUR OWN P [LINTER. FVERYBODY'S PRINTING PRESS, lie. Priuts 9 in. by 7 in. FAIRBAIRN and Co., Eastpassage, Long-lane,

'BE YOUR OWN P [LINTER. FVERYBODY'S PRINTING PRESS, lie. Priuts 9 in. by 7 in. FAIRBAIRN and Co., Eastpassage, Long-lane,

Smithfield, London. Particulars One stamp. Type and Materials for Amateurs. "THE BEAUTIFUL BABY." "The most amusing- and mirth-creating song published in 1875: witty and harmless." Music and words (illustrated), post free for 6d. B. SELL, 10, Bolt-court, Fleet-street, London. •
December 27, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England