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CHURCH AND STATE IN GERMANY.

CHURCH AND STATE IN GERMANY.

BERLIN, MARCH 13: The Popo on the 2nd inst. iss . ued a Papal Brief addressed to the Episcopate of Germany, being the reply of his . Holiness to the joint • declaration of the Bishops against the despatch of the German Government on the eventual election of a Popo. . The Brief a
March 15, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
np • B---TT is earnestly requested to COMMU" or return to his unhappy wife, P. B•Oriuner• diately. All will bejorgiven.—Telegraph.

np • B---TT is earnestly requested to COMMU" or return to his unhappy wife, P. B•Oriuner• diately. All will bejorgiven.—Telegraph.

_Li. • SHARPh, March I.l.—Your leitter, posted Sunday, safe to hand. 'Nothing sent to you since the 12th February. I got the lace you sent, but want two pieces more —Times. _. ' •
March 15, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TRIAL FOR MURDER IN WESTMEATIL (From the Dublin Dailv Express of To-day,)

TRIAL FOR MURDER IN WESTMEATIL (From the Dublin Dailv Express of To-day,)

At Westmeath Assizes, Mr. Justice Fitzgerald has been engaged for the past two days trying a case of murder, the execution of which was in the most savage fashion. The deceased, an old man named Robert M iran, had been murdered, it is supposed, just before retiring to rest at ni
March 4, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
lir H. DUNCAN is requested to send his AD - • DRESS to Sarah Sophia, who has just arrived from

lir H. DUNCAN is requested to send his AD - • DRESS to Sarah Sophia, who has just arrived from

California.—Address G. Williams, 106, Kirkdale-road, Liverpool.—Times.
March 4, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE.

PUBLISHER'S NOTICE.

Subscribers are earnestly requested to send theit names and addresses written in imitation of printing and where possible to subscribe for at least one month In which case their newspapers will be sent in printed wrappers, which materially lessen the chances of irregn lar, or no
March 18, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
f:6"II.tPATIITOR'S DAY IN NEWCASTLE.

f:6"II.tPATIITOR'S DAY IN NEWCASTLE.

f:6"I I .tPATIITOR'S DAY IN NEWCASTLE. (From the Newcastle Daily Journal of To-day.) _ . St. Patrick's day was celebrated hero by various do- Monstrations. There were two national concerts, one In the Town Hall, being attended by between three and four thousand people, and presid
March 18, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
VISIT OF THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO CHATHAM.

VISIT OF THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO CHATHAM.

A correspondent, writing from Chatham onWednesday, cays: The preparations connected with the approaching visit to Chatham of the Prince and Princess of Wales, with other Royal 'visitors, on the occasion of the launch of the ironclad ship Alexandra, are being actively carried for
March 18, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

Itt the House of Lords on Tuesday, Lord Houghton proPoied that the Increase of the Episcopate Bill should be referred to a select committee. Lord Lyttelton opposed this motion, which was negatived without a division, and the House went into committee. The Bishop of Exeter propos
March 10, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
UNWHOLESOME MEAT: (From the Warrington Guardian of To-clay.)

UNWHOLESOME MEAT: (From the Warrington Guardian of To-clay.)

At tho Chester Police-court, after a lonitiened, bearing, William Threadgold, a butcher, living at Lulkeley, near Malpas, Cheshire, was fine€l 40s and costs for having exposed for sale, in the public meat market in Chester, the carcase of t cow which it was proved was unsound, u
March 10, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CONTINENTAL ITEMS.

CONTINENTAL ITEMS.

(From the Continental Herald.) A pamphlet published in Brunswick by "The Paris Commune before the Berlin study of German Prussian justice," has just s" by the police. peter On the return of Herr von Radowitz from' burg to Berlin, a post in the Foreign Office assigned to him. He
March 10, 1875 - Sun (London) - London, London, England