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HURRAH FOR HARROW!

HURRAH FOR HARROW!

The most exciting match at Cricket which has been played for years was concluded between Eton and Harrow, at Lord's, on Saturday. There was a difference of one run only in the first innings of the rival Schools; and Eton, on Saturday morning, brought its Second innings up to 16C
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
REPORTING. —Meetings, Lectures, Weddings, Rejoicings, &c. In districts where there are nolocal or competent reporters, The Town and Country Dcily

REPORTING. —Meetings, Lectures, Weddings, Rejoicings, &c. In districts where there are nolocal or competent reporters, The Town and Country Dcily

Newspaper will send qualified gentlemen, and report the proceedings in a special edition, on terms which may be learned on application to the Publisher. — Once: 112, Strand, London, W.C.
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE TOWN AND COUNTRY DAILY NEWSPAPER. A IN JOURNALISM.—Au excellent idea has occurred to somebody which only requires to be

THE TOWN AND COUNTRY DAILY NEWSPAPER. A IN JOURNALISM.—Au excellent idea has occurred to somebody which only requires to be

well carried out to meet with success and do useful service. It is to publish daily a concise epitome of news in so cheap a form as to be within reach of the lowest industrial populations, particularly in the agricultural districts. It is believed that for one shilling a week, s
July 22, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE HOUSES OF PAIILIAMENT.

THE HOUSES OF PAIILIAMENT.

Yesterday, being Wednesday, the House of Lords did not it. ; In the House of Commons the most interesting event of the.day was the second reading of the Household • Franchise. (Counties) Bill, in favour of which Mr. Dixon presented a petition from the National Agricultural La-.
July 24, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.

THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.

" In the House of Commons on Friday evening, the Crown Private Estates Bill was considered, in committee. Sir Charles Dilice moved to add a new clause providing Liat the Keeper of the Privy Purse should annually fur - Dish the Lords of the Treasury with an account of the receipt
July 26, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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July 26, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF SHAFTESBURY. . . GENTLEMEN, O(AWING -to the lamented death of Lod Wolverton and

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF SHAFTESBURY. . . GENTLEMEN, O(AWING -to the lamented death of Lod Wolverton and

The consequent elevation of the Iclonourable G. G. Glyn to the Upper Rouse, the Representation of youi Ancient Bbrough becomes vacant. I take tho earliest opportunity to offer myself to you as a Representative of youi Town in the'Commons Rouse of Parliament. I present myself to
July 28, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SPANISH FINANCES.

SPANISH FINANCES.

Spanish papers announce that a meeting of bankers and capitalists has been convoked at Madrid, to confer with the Minister of Finance on the financial situation. The result e of their deliberations does not seem to have been .very satisfactory, since the report that the dividend
July 28, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Twelve Persons subscribing ONE PENNY each per week, may have 12 Copies every morning : Post Free, thus making "The

Twelve Persons subscribing ONE PENNY each per week, may have 12 Copies every morning : Post Free, thus making "The

Town and Country Daily Newspaper' s only a Penny per week —Where twelve copies per clay are too many, six copies may be had at Sevenpence per week.
July 28, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
EALLY GOOD 85 TRULY 1-‘ 1 Strong to Pine Black Toe, Is. 6a.., 25., and 2s. Gd. per lb.; 40i.1

EALLY GOOD 85 TRULY 1-‘ 1 Strong to Pine Black Toe, Is. 6a.., 25., and 2s. Gd. per lb.; 40i.1

worth sent carriage free to any railway station or market town In. 1 England or Wales, on receipt of 403. by PHILLIPB 8: CO., MERCRANTS, 8, KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY, LONDON', Prime Coffee, Is. 3d., Is. 44., is. 6d. A. Price and Store Sugars are supplied at market prices.
July 28, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England