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THE MINISTERS AT MERCHANT TAYLORS' HALL.

THE MINISTERS AT MERCHANT TAYLORS' HALL.

On Wednesday evening a magnificent banquet was given by the Master and Wardens of Merchant Taylors' Company to a distinguished assemblage, on the occasion of admitting the Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli (First Lord of the Treasury), the Earl of Derby (Secretary of State for Foreig
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
GREAT DIAMOND ROBBERY

GREAT DIAMOND ROBBERY

- - The New York papers just received contain long accounts of a startling robbery of diamonds in New York. Captain Andersen, a retired Swedish officer, had, during many years' voyaging, amassed a large collection of uncut diamonds. He lately retired from sea and settled in New
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
A PAINFUL STORY.

A PAINFUL STORY.

On Thursday two gentlemen attended before Sir Thomas Henry at Bow-street, and stated that a person named Christopher Capon left his employment on Wednesday at two o'clock in the afternoon and had not since been heard of. Sir Thomas Henry advised the applicants to give :informati
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE. CHARGE OF LIBEL.

SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE. CHARGE OF LIBEL.

In the Court ofQueen's Bench, Westminster, on Thursday, before Chief Justice Cockburn and a Middlesex special jury, an indictment of libel was preferred by Sir Reginald Bumwall against Admiral Ryder Burton. Mr. Hardinge Giffard, Q.C., and Mr. Collins, appeared for the prosecutio
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
TTJH.E CENr:.'ll R – E S aka gi No. 3,514. LONDON, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1874.

TTJH.E CENr:.'ll R – E S aka gi No. 3,514. LONDON, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1874.

CENr:.'ll R - E S aka gi No. 3,514. LONDON, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1874. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. PAGE 7, Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper.
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE HISTORY OF THE EMMA MINE.

THE HISTORY OF THE EMMA MINE.

- - - - Various circumstances of late have concurred to draw attention to the affairs of this mine. The other day Mr. Albert Grant, whose name was prominent in certain legal proceedings in connection with the sale of the mine to the English company, referred to in our pages on M
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.

FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.

On Thursday morning a man and horse were run over by a fast train while in the act of passing over a level crossing on the Midland Railway, near Chesterfield. The man's legs were found about 30 yards distant by the side of the disembowled horse on the opposite side of the line.
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
GOVERNMENT BEOURITIES.

GOVERNMENT BEOURITIES.

Three per Cent. Consols.. 921 92: Do. 1872 5p c 59! 608 132851 d 601 k 591 60 Do. for Account 921 92: Portuguese 1869 3p c 47 47 92: x d Russian 1862 spc .. .. 10011011 Three per Cent. Reduced 92: 921 1001 2 1 Do. Anglo-Dutch 1861 10011011 New Three per Cent 92: 921 1001 91 1 Do
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
NEW MEMBER

NEW MEMBER

Sir G. ELLIOTT took the oath and his seat for North Durham amidst loud cheers from the Ministerial side of the House. He considered that it was a national discredit that a monument to one of our greatest military heroes should have been so long delayed. (Hear, hear.)
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE INDIAN FAMINE.

THE INDIAN FAMINE.

A telegram from Calcutta on the 25th says the rains continue, and the hoarded stocks of grain are being brought out. Distress is now believed to have been stayed everywhere, and the hopes of the people are generally reviving.
June 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England