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were fully as high. Best beef, 714. to Bld. per lb. ; second quality, 7d. to Sid. ; mutton, Bd.

were fully as high. Best beef, 714. to Bld. per lb. ; second quality, 7d. to Sid. ; mutton, Bd.

to 94d. A few prime North Country wethers, 94d.; ewes, 81. WAKEFIELD CATTLE MARKET, WEDNESDAY.—The show of beef at this market to-day was remarkably good as to quality, but only about an average in quantity, and nearly all the beasts were disposed of at per stone of 141 b. There
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
Registered for Transmission Abroad, The whole place was in confusion. Steaming engines were waiting to depart. Trains were being hastily

Registered for Transmission Abroad, The whole place was in confusion. Steaming engines were waiting to depart. Trains were being hastily

formed indifferently of passenger carriages, luggage vans, and trucks. An immense amount of war materiel covered the platforms, and was being piled without regard • for symmetry and order into the many trains which one by one in rapid succession steamed away. For my part, having
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE CENTRAL •RESS, No. 2,490.

THE CENTRAL •RESS, No. 2,490.

LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. CAPTURE OF ALENCON. The town of Alencon was captured on Monday afternoon by the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg- Schwerin and the thirteenth corps. AUSTRIA AND THE POLITICAL SITUATION. The, Austrian Delegation continued yesterday the general discussion of the Budg
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.-2600 DAMAGES.

BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.-2600 DAMAGES.

In the Bail Court, on Wednesday, Miss Mary Hagger, daughter of a hosier, in Sloane-street, brought an action against John H. Wilson, assistant-surgeon in Millbank Peniten 4 Aary, to recover £1,500 damages, as compensation for a breach of promise of marriage, which he made to her
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE REPUBLIC AND THE ORLEANISTS.

THE REPUBLIC AND THE ORLEANISTS.

The Prince of Joinville has written a letter stating that, although he was accepted by General Chanzy and commissioned as a major, he was arrested by order of M. Gambetta, closely imprisoned for five days, and then sent to England vi tt St. Malo.
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE CENTRAL PRESS No. 2,490. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1871. THE WAR THE SIEGE OF PARIS.

THE CENTRAL PRESS No. 2,490. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1871. THE WAR THE SIEGE OF PARIS.

THE ARMY OF PARIS. When Paris was first invested, the regular army consisted of about 83,000 men, of which 28,000 had returned from Mezieres with General Vinoy, 40,000 were old soldiers, and men from the depots, and 15,000, the recruits from the last contingents. Forty thousand
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE BOMBARDMENT.

THE BOMBARDMENT.

The special correspondent of the Daily _News, at the headquarters of the Crown Prince of Saxony, sends the following by special despatch : MARGENCY; January 14. Yesterday was very hazy, and the firing on the East and North-East was sluggish and without visible results. It was st
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
AN AMERICAN BORDER TRAGEDY.

AN AMERICAN BORDER TRAGEDY.

The Choenne (Wyoming Territory) Tribune, of the 19th ult., has the following :—Mr. William Parks, in partnership with Mr. Edward Creighton, of Omaha, purchased last fall some 3,500 head of stock cattle at Selluyler, Neb., and bringing them by way of Pine Bluff, reached Horse Cre
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
Registered for Transmission Abroad.

Registered for Transmission Abroad.

January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE ONTRAL PRESS. No. 2,490. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1871. THE FIGHTING ROUND LE MANS

THE ONTRAL PRESS. No. 2,490. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1871. THE FIGHTING ROUND LE MANS

The correspondent of the Pall Mall Gazette gives an interesting account of the fighting round Le Mans. So late as the Bth, he says, I was told at Le Mans by the people of the town that it was impossible for Chanzy to be beaten. It was believed he had 200,000 men under his comman
January 18, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England