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of both Westmoreland and Cumberland, until 1868, when a good deal of outcry was raised because he resigned (just before

of both Westmoreland and Cumberland, until 1868, when a good deal of outcry was raised because he resigned (just before

Mr. Disraeli's administration resigned), in order that the dignity might be conferred upon his nephew and heir. Lord Lonsdale was never married, and he is succeeded by his nephew, Mr. Henry Lowther, who has represented West Cumberland since 1847, and is 54 years old. There is no
March 6, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
TRADE PARTNERSHIPS.

TRADE PARTNERSHIPS.

and Published for the Propri,tors by John HawArings, at 112, Lo,vkn T The Select Committee of the House of Commons appointed for the purpose of inquiring into the desirability of registering trade partnerships, met again yesterday, Mr. Norwood, M.P., in the chair. Mr. Edmund Pot
March 6, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE JURY OF MATRONS QUESTION.

THE JURY OF MATRONS QUESTION.

Rachel Busby, who was sentenced to death at the last Summer Assizes at Oxford for the murder of her child, and who pleaded being enceinte as a stay to execution, has just given birth to a stillborn child at the Oxford County Gaol. A jury of matrons was empanelled at the trial, w
March 6, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

No. 25.183. LONDON. WEDESDAV. APRIL 1873. PAGE 4. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper.
April 23, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE QUARTERLIES.

THE QUARTERLIES.

(BY A QUARTERLY REVIEWER.) The Westminster Review (Triibner and Co., 57, Ludgatehill) is a good number. The first article urges the National Importance of Scientific Research. There is not a man in the kingdom who has not benefited by such research. There are many men who have a
April 23, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
those conclusions." The Council would have been quite as ready to define the existence of witches as it was to

those conclusions." The Council would have been quite as ready to define the existence of witches as it was to

define other and more mysterious matters. "After his warning addressed to an age of steam-engines, surely Mr. Gladstone is not going to claim infallibility for an age of almost universal ignorance, darkness, and superstition."—The other article on Mr. Gladstone—that is on his co
April 23, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUN 8a CENTRAL PRESS.

THE SUN 8a CENTRAL PRESS.

No. 24,841. LONDON, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1872. PAGE 12. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper. hoetile evidence. The speech is likely to continue for another week. I went yesterday afternoon to a private view of the Winter Exh
January 29, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

No. 25.217.
June 3, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE STORY OF THE POLARIS.

THE STORY OF THE POLARIS.

Under this head, the Time: publishes a long letter from an occasional correspondent, dated "St. John's, Newfoundland, May 20." After referring in detail to the disaster to the Polaris, the writer relates the ice adventures of the party of 19 persons which became separated from t
June 3, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA AND KHIVA.

RUSSIA AND KHIVA.

The Government Messenger of St. Petersburg has published an important official article on Russian policy in regard to Khiva. It says that it was necessary to construct a fortress which might be strongly garrisoned for the protection of the Khan himself from the Turcomans. The ar
December 17, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England