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THE ASHANTEE WAR.

THE ASHANTEE WAR.

It is probable that both the West India regiments will be employed in the operations against the Ashantees, a plan which has been warmly advocated on account of their physical suitability for the work. The -2nd West India Regiment, which was at Deinerara, has already gone to the
September 30, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL ARTICLES, or local reports, consistent with the character and objects of this journal, may be inserted in any number

SPECIAL ARTICLES, or local reports, consistent with the character and objects of this journal, may be inserted in any number

required on moderate terms.
September 30, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE ASHANTEE WAR.

THE ASHANTEE WAR.

We (Lancet) see no reason for departing from what we 4 .!11'e already said, viz., that if the expedition be confined ‘o the proper season, and the European force be a small i ? not more than s necessary to form a nucleus and tone for a large native force, and if everything be f
September 6, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE SPANISH DIFFICULTY.

THE SPANISH DIFFICULTY.

it is probably a relief to all parties, observes the limes, that the captured Spanish frigates have been taken away from Carthagena and are now safely moored off Gibraltar under guard of a British ship of war. Yet the question created by this incident may give some embarassment
September 6, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
STRANGE BUT TRUE. STEEL'S RHEUMATIC and GOUT PILLS te r+ ..are the safest, quickest, and only true remedy, and a

STRANGE BUT TRUE. STEEL'S RHEUMATIC and GOUT PILLS te r+ ..are the safest, quickest, and only true remedy, and a

li Ciu preventive. They may be obtained in boxes at is. , prijktid 2s. 9d., of all chemists; or post free from the proor 15 or 34 stamps.—FßANs W. STEEL, M.P.S., 283, 'll,OOl-road, Islington, London, N. Established 1835.
September 6, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ACIDITY OF STOMACH, SICK-HEADACHE INDIGESTION, &c. BROCKEDON'S PATENT COMPRESSED SODA, and BROCKEDON'S PATENT COMPRESSED POTASS, are the famous remedies for

ACIDITY OF STOMACH, SICK-HEADACHE INDIGESTION, &c. BROCKEDON'S PATENT COMPRESSED SODA, and BROCKEDON'S PATENT COMPRESSED POTASS, are the famous remedies for

indigestion, and are universally acknowledged to be the most effective, because they combine with the gastric juice and the food, and thus neutralise the excess of acid in the stomach. Boxes, is. and 2s. 6d.; or by post is. id, and 2s. Bd. Of all Chemists. F. Newbery and Sons, 3
September 6, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
If delivered by PRICE t Newsmen, One - Farthing each.

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August 18, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Linel hero

Linel hero

August 18, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
out labour. Years ago a few earnest men and w o c4en, .appallea at the ignorance and heathenism of the

out labour. Years ago a few earnest men and w o c4en, .appallea at the ignorance and heathenism of the

neglected masses in our great towns, started the system of Ragged Schools. Of course an'Outery was raised, and e xcellent logic was fortheoining to prove thtit a regular State system would be far better than such irregular teaching. The workers worked op unheeding, knowing very
August 18, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A YEAR'S ACCIDENTS.

A YEAR'S ACCIDENTS.

A Parliamentary return just publi ihed shews that the total number of persons killed by accidents reported by the Inspectors of Factories, in their reports for the year ending October 31, 1870, was 373, and that 18,206 persons were injured. In collieries and ironstone mines 991
August 23, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England