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EXECUTION OF FENIAN PRISONERS AT MANCHESTER.

EXECUTION OF FENIAN PRISONERS AT MANCHESTER.

MANCHESTER, Saturday Evening. The execution of Allen, Gould, and Larkin has passed over with exceedingly little excitement, and with an entire absence of the violent feeling which previous threats led people to expect. There was hardly during the night the ordinary crowd which m
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE SUNDAY GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 24, 1867.

THE SUNDAY GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 24, 1867.

THE SUNDAY GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 24, fitable as it should have been. The performance, however—if the son of Rataplan will be content with the laurel crown—was highly creditable, and particularly satisfactory to those who, like ourselves, have persistently maintained the horse to be a
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, OLYMPIC.

THEATRE ROYAL, OLYMPIC.

Sole Lessee, Mr. Benjamin Webster: Manager, Mr. H. Wigan. On MONDAY EVENING, at 7, THE WAY TO GET MARRIED: Messrs. H. Wigan. H. Neville, H. Cooper, M. Robson, Franks, and Charles Mathews; Mesdames E. Farren and Caulfield. To be followed by IF I HAD A THOUSAND A YEAR: Messrs. H.
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) FRANCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) FRANCE.

PARIS, Saturday Evening. 'The France of this evening says Italy has accepted the invitation to a Conference on the Roman question. The Patrie states that the Holy See's acceptance is not yet official, and adds that the Papal Government desires to maintain at the proposed Confere
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

BERLIN, Friday Evening. It is stated that the Minister of Finance is preparing a bill to be laid before the Prussian Diet, authorising the assumption by Prussia of the Schleswig-Holstein portion of the Danish debt. BERLIN, Saturday Evening. It is asserted that France has propose
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE COURT.

THE COURT.

WINDSOR CASTLE, NOV. 23. The Queen, accompanied by her Royal Highness Princess Louise, drove out yesterday afternoon. Major- General F. H. Seymour was in attendance upon horseback. Her Majesty drwie out this morning, attended by the Hon. Lady Biddulph. His Serene Highness and he
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
HANOVER-SQUARE for NOVEMBER, the New Monthly Magazine of Music, Edited by LINDSAY SLOPER, to be had of every musicseller and

HANOVER-SQUARE for NOVEMBER, the New Monthly Magazine of Music, Edited by LINDSAY SLOPER, to be had of every musicseller and

bookseller in Great Britain and Ireland. Price One Shilling. CONTENTS. Sorrows and Joys. Sketch for the Pianoforte. Jules Benedict. What does Little Birdie Say? Song. Arthur S. Sullivan. Bright Hours. Caprice for the Piano. Sydney Smith. Bessie Bell. Ballad. Henry Smart. London:
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
HANOVER-SQUARE for NOVEMBER. — "The Magazine is excellently printed on good paper, of octavo size; and, being sold for one

HANOVER-SQUARE for NOVEMBER. — "The Magazine is excellently printed on good paper, of octavo size; and, being sold for one

shilling, is a marvel of cheapness. If published in the ordinary manner, the four pieces would certainly be priced at twelve shillings, whereas they are here offered for as many pence."—Daily Telegraph. • London: ASHDOWN and PARRY, Hanover-square.
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications to the Editor must be authenticated by the name of the writer, not necessarily for

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications to the Editor must be authenticated by the name of the writer, not necessarily for

publication, but in confidence, and as a security for good faith. The Editor cannot undertake the return of rejected MSS. Business letters to be addressed to W. T. Marchant, 16, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C., to whom money orders should be payable.
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
FIFTEENTH ANNUAL WINTER EXHIBITION OF CABINET PICTURES, by British and Foreign Artists, NOW OPEN, at the FRENCH GALLERY, 120, PALL

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL WINTER EXHIBITION OF CABINET PICTURES, by British and Foreign Artists, NOW OPEN, at the FRENCH GALLERY, 120, PALL

MALL. Includes Mrs. Benham Hay's Great Picture, " Florentine Procession." Admission, Is.
November 24, 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England