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STARVATION, OR SURRENDER

STARVATION, OR SURRENDER

Under date Versailles, January 14, the special correspondent of the Daily News at the headquarters of the Crown Prince of Prussia writes :—To keep the Germans waiting even another fortnight before Path will require Patient courage. The present combination of force and famine is
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE CENTRAL PRESS_ No. 2,491. LONDON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1871. MON ETA ItY NE WS

THE CENTRAL PRESS_ No. 2,491. LONDON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1871. MON ETA ItY NE WS

LONDON, THURSDAY EVENING. Only a moderate business has been transacted in the Stock Exchange to-day, and the quotations, in sonic instances, have shewn signs of weakness, neverthdess the bulk of the alterations have been favourable. In the railway market, Great Eastern and Midla
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE JEWEL ROBBERY.

THE JEWEL ROBBERY.

A telegram from Nottingham, informs us that the woman who assisted in Vie recent jewel robbery from Messrs. London and Ryder, has been arrested there. It will be remembered that she applied the chloroform to the assistant who had brought the jewels to Berkeley-street for inspect
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE AR3IY CONTROL DEPARTMENT.

THE AR3IY CONTROL DEPARTMENT.

A correspondent ot the Times wi3hes to correct the impression that the breakdown of the French Administration was due to the failure a the Intendance, and that our Control Department is an imitation of it. In the English army the Controller is under the direct orders of the offi
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
(FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.)

(FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.)

THURSDAY. I met an old Conservative this morning who was wild with delight at the rapid " disruption " of the Gladstone Ministry. "It will fall to pieces without our taking th% trouble to turn it out." Of course the reported resignation of Mr. Childers was the cause of this emot
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
SEIZURE OF WATCHES.

SEIZURE OF WATCHES.

The Glasgow police has made the largest seizure of supposed stolen watches which has ever taken place there. The police took possession of two hundred gold end silver watches which composed nearly the whole stock of a maker named ITCourty. They were induced to search the shop on
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
BANKING COMPANIES.

BANKING COMPANIES.

_ 1 Agra Bank A 8 86 25 Alliance IL) 12k, 10 Anglo-Austrian 16) 20 Ago-Egyptian (L) 211 221 22k 50 British N American 50 51 20 Cii of India, Austrlia 13 14 13f 25 Char Mere of India 21 23 10 City 25 Colonial 4 Cousolltlated IL 51. 5-16, 5 20 Eng. Scot. and Aug 0 16 17 2) Imperia
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE PRUSSIANS AND THE PIG.

THE PRUSSIANS AND THE PIG.

The ingenuity of the Germans has very often shewn itself during the present War, but a party of the famous Ultlens were completely outwitted by a farmer's wife in the neighbourhood of Bapaume. The woman and her husband had just killed a pig, when the approach of some Uhlans was
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE FAMOUS PLAN.

THE FAMOUS PLAN.

General Trochu's "plan," so far as anything is known of it, seems to have been formed on the assumption that assistance would arrive from the provinces. He had no idea of getting away from Paris unaided. He meditated forming an army inside Paris whilst others were* forming outsi
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
FRANCE AND THE CONFERENCE.

FRANCE AND THE CONFERENCE.

The Telegraph, in referring to the assembling of the Conference at the Foreign Office, says: In the centre of the Conference Chamber is a great round table covered with green cloth, and on this table are six tall silver candlesticks with towering wax lights. Around are the Pleni
January 19, 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England