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THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

No. 25,001. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1872. PAGE 13. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper. for the first time, and the visitors to the Museum have consequently been increased by a fresh class of visitors. The naval sch
September 18, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
LABOUR AND WAGES.

LABOUR AND WAGES.

Although the London building strike virtually terminated on Thursday morning last; after the acceptance of the terms of settlement by the delegate meeting, it will be some days yet before matters go on smoothly. The time of the Carpenters' Central Committee is fully occupied in
September 4, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

THE SUN & CENTRAL PRESS.

November 16, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS.

THE LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS.

the author had been led to believe that Yankee eharaet3ristics were not without bad parallels in England. At this period he wrote : They (the Americans) had no Pecksniff at any rate. Bred in a more poisonous swamp than their Eden, of greatly older standing and much harder to be
November 18, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE GOOD OLD TIMES.

THE GOOD OLD TIMES.

A writer in Notes and Queries is happy in the possession of a " small but very closely-written diary, kept very minutely and carefully," and affording trustworthy information with respect to the prices-current which obtained in the years 1689-90. With the best possible intention
November 18, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
SIXPENCE A DAY.

SIXPENCE A DAY.

It is encouraging in these days of formidable butchers' bills, and general housekeeping perplexity, to be gravely assured, on the ground of personal experience, that in this our costly modern England every person can live, with health, comfort, and nicety on sixpence a day. This
November 18, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES AND ENTER-

THE LONDON THEATRES AND ENTER-

TAINVNTS FOR BOXING DAY. Probably owing in great part to the fineness of the night, the most agreeable evening London has been favoured with for many weeks, the theatres were as usual thoroughly filled. At most of the houses no change was made in the performances, and although,
December 27, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE CONCESSIONS TO EGYPT.

THE CONCESSIONS TO EGYPT.

On Monday morning the letter and firman of the Sultan was read in the citadel of Cairo, in presence of all the consuls and the constituted bodies. After the ceremony, the Khedive was congratulated by the consular bodies, the functionaries, and the notabilities of the town. On le
October 2, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
PERVERTED INGENUITY.

PERVERTED INGENUITY.

The roll of American patents records an invention which is not particularly creditable to its inventor, inasmuch as it casts reflections of a very ambiguous nature upon his habits of life. Depend upon it, as you may know a man by the company which he keeps, so you may often make
October 2, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

In this country, says the Times, anybody who aims at a political career, still more any man who finds himself in view of office, knows that the first thing to be done is to acquire familiarity with some matters of administration. He must choose his subject or subjects. He must r
December 20, 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England