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THE WASHINGTON TREATY,

THE WASHINGTON TREATY,

Mr. VERNON HARCOURT asked of the Prime Minister ifithe attention of Government had been called to a letter addressed by Mr. Fish to Mr. Bancroft Davis, recently published by the State Department at Washington, in which it was declared that the positions maintained by the English
May 21, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
ASCENSION DAY,

ASCENSION DAY,

Mr. GLADSTONE moved that as Thursday was Ascension Day, committees should not sit until two o'clock, but should have leave to sit until six o'clock. He said that last year a discussion was unexpectedly raised on the proposal that the committee should not sit until two o'clock on
May 21, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
CABBAGE-GARDEN HEROISM.

CABBAGE-GARDEN HEROISM.

Although the study of the vegetable creation is, doubtless, . well-calculated to produce salutary effects upon man, the pursuit of cabbages, when it becomes an absorbing all-controlling passion, is not invariably attended by the most satisfactory results. Much depends upon the n
May 21, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE TRIAL OF THE CLAIMANT. HUNDRED AND rORTIETH DAY.

THE TRIAL OF THE CLAIMANT. HUNDRED AND rORTIETH DAY.

The trial at bar of the claimant to the Tichborne baronetcy and estates was resumed on Friday. Dr, Kenealy, resuming his address to the jury, said he could only account for the conduct of Don Tomas Castro on coming to this country by assuming that he had either done in the past
December 13, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE CENTRA PRESS.

THE CENTRA PRESS.

No. 3.349. LONDON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1873. PAGE 4. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper.
December 13, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE BANE RATE.

THE BANE RATE.

The Bank rate, says the Ti,es, has dropped wi% unprecedented rapidity from 9to 4i per cent. The riie was sharp; the fall has been sharper. It is not three months since the quiet of the long vacation was disturbed by the stoppage of Messrs. Jay Cooke and Co., and the conse-9uent
December 13, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
E cENT .1., A L p Fl

E cENT .1., A L p Fl

E cENT A L p Fl No. 3,349. LONDON, SATURDAY, DtCRMBER Is, 1873. PAGE 5. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. Regt4tered at iketieneral Post Mee Las Newspaper.
December 13, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
LONDON, FRIDAY.

LONDON, FRIDAY.

If Mr. Lowe's recent remarks to the deputation of Licensed Victuallers and the leader in to-day's Daily Telegraph are to be taken as any indication of the intentions of the Government with respect to the licensing question, then Mr. Lowe's tenure of the Home Office is likely to
December 13, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
PRINCE ARTHUR.

PRINCE ARTHUR.

I hear another rumour of Prince Arthur's marriage to an English lady, who is spoken of mysteriously as "the daughter of a nobleman better known in the county of Kent, where he is universally beloved, than in the House of Lords, where his voice is seldom heard." I leave my reader
October 27, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE TRAGEDY IN WALWORTH.

THE TRAGEDY IN WALWORTH.

On Tuesday, Mr. Carttar, the coroner, held an inquiry at the Nelson Tavern into the death of John Peacock, who it was alleged had committed suicide at 97, Trafalgarstreet, Walworth, whilst in a state of semi-lunacy. The deceased was a follower of the sect called Southcottians, a
October 29, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England