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"F. BOWKER.

"F. BOWKER.

"To T. C. Norbnry, Esq., Sherzidge, Malvern:: Witness: At that timel had not seen the claimant. (Reply read, which said that from conflicting statements in the newspapers, witness could not say whether the claimant was Sir Roger or an impostor; but Mr. Tichborne was not a person
May 16, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUN &CE TR L ;*RESS.

THE SUN &CE TR L ;*RESS.

No. 24,622. LONDON, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1871. PAGE 6. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper.
May 16, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
SPTIRIOUS TEA.

SPTIRIOUS TEA.

TEA. Dr. Letheby, the London health officer, reports that a quantity of spurious tea was sold by public auction in Mincing-lane. He had obtained samples, which consisted of tea dust and damaged leaves in a putrid state. The specimen called " Moning Congou " was composed of rotten
May 17, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
ARTIC EXPEDITION.

ARTIC EXPEDITION.

Captain Hall is about to sail from Washington on another Arctic expedition. His vessel, the Polaris, has been provided by the Navy Department of the United States Government. Captain Hall has prepared an experienced crew andwisely,rejected the overtures he received from many ent
May 17, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
PARIS AFTER THE EVACUATION. PARIS, Sunday.

PARIS AFTER THE EVACUATION. PARIS, Sunday.

Paris is quiet for the time being, but no one can say how long it will continue so. The authorities are evidently uneasy, and are beginning the military occupation of the disaffected quarters. Montmartre is one of the strongholds of the Reds, and the heights are adorned with a b
March 6, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE EXFIIBITON, 1871.

THE EXFIIBITON, 1871.

Mr. NEVILLE-GRENVILLE asked the Chancellor of the Zxchequer whether the House would be asked to vote any sum towards the Exhibition of 1871, and if not, whether any charge for this purpose on the ordinary votes of Parliament would or could be made by any department of the State.
March 6, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
HELIOTYPE PRINTING.

HELIOTYPE PRINTING.

The art of steel engraving is dying out among3t us, the youngest line engraver now in England being said to be over forty, and without a pupil. The various applications of photography have successfully taken its place, but so far as regards book work there have always been diffi
March 6, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

No. 24,629. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1871. PAGE 3. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper. for a cannon than at our detention. After he was gone, however, we contrived to slip away, and although guarded by a sentry made our
May 24, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
NEWS FROM THE CAPE.

NEWS FROM THE CAPE.

The Union Company's steamer Roman, Captain Vyvyan, from Table Way 19th ult., arrived at Southampton on Tuesday, The Roman has 97 passengers, including the captain and 19 of the crew of the steamship Queen of the Thames, wrecked off the Cape Coast. From the papers brought by the
May 24, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE POPULATION OF LONDON.

THE POPULATION OF LONDON.

The formal publication of the census has been anticipated by the Registrar General, who in his weekly return shows that during the ten years since 1861, the population of the metropolis has increased from 2,803,989, to 3,251,804-447,815 persons. The population of London is estim
May 24, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England