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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
 
COURT CIRCULAR

COURT CIRCULAR

Her Majesty attended Divine Service yesterday at Osborne, The Rev. GeQrge Prothero officiated. ' The Prince and Princess qf Wales atteaded 04 Royal, St, James'. , WIIO HAS DONE IT? To THE EDITOR. SlTt,—The clergy of the Church of England were the first, and far the ablest, worke
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Y4/43 DAILY NEWSPAPERS FOR A I F./ SHILLING, in batches of Twelve a day, post paid. Stamps to The Town

Y4/43 DAILY NEWSPAPERS FOR A I F./ SHILLING, in batches of Twelve a day, post paid. Stamps to The Town

and Country Daily Newsmen 112, STRAND, London. This newspaper will be found v3ry suitable in districts where the ordinary daily mwspapers late, as it will be delivered by the etrly mail. Clergymen, Schoolmasters, Innkeepers, Farnone, Shopkeepers, and Working-men who can club the
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE PUBLISHER TO HIS READERS.

THE PUBLISHER TO HIS READERS.

In making our first appearance in the somewhat coraplete form of Number One, we have to thank readers all over the throe kingdoms for a mass of letters with hints, criticisms, and good wishes, in response to 154,000 Specimen Numbers which we have issued. In only two cases have w
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
If delivered by LONDON, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 14 , 1873 . PRICE {Newsmo n, Ono Farthing each. Twelve Persons subscribing

If delivered by LONDON, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 14 , 1873 . PRICE {Newsmo n, Ono Farthing each. Twelve Persons subscribing

ONE PENNY each per week, may have 12 Copies every morning, Post Free, thus making The Town and Country Daily Newspaper" only a Penny per week. This Journal contains equal to five news columns of the Times. ONSERVATIVE CENTRAL OFFICE: pARIS.—HoteI Mitannique, Avenue Victoria, clo
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH.

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH.

The whole,country will, wo are sure, be glad to learn that the rumour of the approaching marriago of the Duke of Edinburgh to the Grand Duchess Maria, only daughter of the Emperor of Russia, is true. The children, if any, will be brought up as members of tho Church of England. T
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PE RSONS REQUIRING EXTRA NUMBERS of any one day's issue of The Town and Country Daily Newspaper, may have them,

PE RSONS REQUIRING EXTRA NUMBERS of any one day's issue of The Town and Country Daily Newspaper, may have them,

post free, at the late of 72 for One Shilling.—Ofdee : 112, Strand, London, W.C.
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
1798 v. 1873.

1798 v. 1873.

A correspondent calls our attention to The Times of October 3rd, 1798, containing Nelson's despatch announc' ing his victory over the French Fleet, and the Specimen Number of The Town and Country Daily Newspaper , The latter, he says, contains more matter than the for , iner, al
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A BATCH OF LETTERS.

A BATCH OF LETTERS.

He who wants a now sensation should propose to start a tiny daily newspaper, issue 150,000 Specimen Numbers, clearly state his programme, and invite criticism. Perhaps the invitation may not ho necessary, but it is the right thing, and secures mutual confidence. We havo had a we
July 14, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England