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THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY.

THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY.

The Emperor William of Germany has abandoned his intention of visiting Vienna, by the advice of his doctors. He will go to Gastein to complete his cure, and then return direct to Berlin. --
August 4, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FUN, FACT, AND FICTION.

FUN, FACT, AND FICTION.

Here is the newest floral sentiment—lf you wish for heart's-ease, don't lobk to man-gold. In a committee of ladies, whatever is voted on is always carried by a handsome majority. The honester a man, the easier cheated. Nothing is so difficult to impose upon as an impostor. Few m
August 4, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
4. NIECE OF THE DUKE OF ARGYLE IN CHANCERY.

4. NIECE OF THE DUKE OF ARGYLE IN CHANCERY.

On Thursday the Lords Justices heard an appeal from a recent decision of Vice-Chancellor Malins in the 'Suit of .Green v. Lyon, by which the plaintiff, who is. *a butcher carrying on business In the West End, sought to charge the reversionary interest of Blanche Augusta Lyon (wi
July 25, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF. LORD WOLVERTON,

DEATH OF. LORD WOLVERTON,

DEATH OF . LORD WOLVERTON, We regret to announce the death of George Carr Glyn, Lord Wolverton, which occurred shortly after six o'clock on Thursday morning, at his residence in Upper Eccleston-street. His lordship was in his seventy-seventh year, having been born March 27th, 179
July 25, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SIX copies daily of "THE TOWN' AIsTD COUNT DAILY NEWSPAPER" (enlarged) ni be had for Seven Pence per week, or

SIX copies daily of "THE TOWN' AIsTD COUNT DAILY NEWSPAPER" (enlarged) ni be had for Seven Pence per week, or

12 copies for One. Shilling, post free. 112, Strand. • '
July 25, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LATE NEWS.

LATE NEWS.

THE CARLIST WAR IN SPAIN. In the morning of the 25th a desperate battle began at the railway station near Malaga between General Boller, the military governor of the city, and Carbajal, chief of the insurgents. The fighting lasted until the evening, when General Solier remained
August 2, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A REPLY. TO THE EDITOR.

A REPLY. TO THE EDITOR.

am unable to say "whether it is theintenbionof the Church Agsociation toissue as a pamphlet orotherwise the replies of the Bishops to its recent memorial." Indeed, I know so little of the movements of that society that I am ignorant of the purport of the "recent memorial" referr
August 9, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
HOUSEHOLD SUFFRAGE IN COUNI(IES. TO THE EDITOR.

HOUSEHOLD SUFFRAGE IN COUNI(IES. TO THE EDITOR.

Si,—Mr. G. 0. Trevelyan stated in the House of Commons that "the first effect of the franchise was to stimulate the education of the class who possesied it," and that "lie was much more anxious about this bill as an educationalist than as a party politician." Mr. Normansell, the
July 30, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ITo. 20. LONDON, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12,i873. {lf delivered le r Newsmen, One Farthing eaoh. Twelve Persons subscribing ONE PENNY

ITo. 20. LONDON, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12,i873. {lf delivered le r Newsmen, One Farthing eaoh. Twelve Persons subscribing ONE PENNY

each per week, may have 12 Copies every morning, Post Free, thus making "The Town and Country Daily Newspaper" wily a Penny per week —Where twelve copies per day are too many, six copies may be had at Sevenpence per week. Robinson's treHotel and Boarding House, Mostyn-street, Ll
August 12, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England