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POLITICAL DUELLING.

POLITICAL DUELLING.

The Times Paris correspondent telegraphs on Tuesday: —" There was much talk yesterday of two duels which it was said were fixed for to-day or to-morrow. One of them, it was reported, was to be between the Duke de Chartres and M. Paul de Cassagnac, and was believed to have for it
May 20, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE CZAR AT ALDERSHOT.

THE CZAR AT ALDERSHOT.

Great preparations were made on Tuesday at Aldershot for the reception of the Czar. The route from the railway station was very tastefully decorated, and at the station itself Mr. Adkins arranged on either side a magnificent collection of plants. In Victoria-road and Wellington-
May 20, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE GERMAN PARLIAMENT.

THE GERMAN PARLIAMENT.

The working of the new Parliament will, no doubt, says the Daily News, well repay study. While a minority of one-fourth is useless for the purpose of obstructing legislation, it is large enough, especially when homogeneous and compact like that of the Ultramontanes in the Reichs
January 17, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
NOVEL APPLICATION IN CHANCERY.

NOVEL APPLICATION IN CHANCERY.

On Tuesday, Mr. Cotton, Q.C., instructed by the solicitor of ;Muslims Bey,Turkish Ambassador in London, appeared before Vice , hancellor Malins and informed his Honour that a copy of a bill of complaint had been sent to the Turkish Ambassador in the suit of Eley v. the Imperial
March 11, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE CENT7/\ L PRESS. MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES. Pd

THE CENT7/\ L PRESS. MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES. Pd

Pd 100 Boston . City (US. 5 pc Sterling . Loan . -. 93 95 100 Viceroy of Egypt 7 p Mortgage Loan 85 87 86i 100 Egyp 9 PC V'roy Loan gua by Egyp Gov 101 103 100 Do. 7 p o Khedive Mortgage Loan 732 74/ 7 3 k, 2 1 100 Eng. and Colon. Gov. Trust 6 DC Bonds 104 106 106 100 Do.spe 92
February 26, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
DROITWICH.

DROITWICH.

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January 27, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
English wheat has been freely offered, the trade firm at full quotations. There has been a full average supply of

English wheat has been freely offered, the trade firm at full quotations. There has been a full average supply of

foreign wheat on offer, for which a fair demand has been experienced at full rates. The supply of barley has been limited. Malting produce has been quickly dealt in at about late prices. Grinding parcels have been in fair request. Malt has changed hands at late rates. In oats th
May 9, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
plied the Quaker, coldly, "he was a Baptist, and they have hung him up to dry." SITAVITER IN MODO, FORTITER

plied the Quaker, coldly, "he was a Baptist, and they have hung him up to dry." SITAVITER IN MODO, FORTITER

IN RE.—This is the way an editor gets rid of persevering feminines : "We gently, and as it were unconsciously, pushed a paper weight towards the end of the table where she sat. It attracted her attention directly. She looked at took it up, looked more earnestly, and then laying
December 16, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF MR. WINTERBOTHAIVI, M.P.

DEATH OF MR. WINTERBOTHAIVI, M.P.

The death is announced of Mr. Winterbotham, M.P., Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department. He had gone to Italy with the view of benefiting his health, which had been impaired by application to his official duties. Change of scene and rest were thought to have had their
December 16, 1873 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England