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ceilings of several of them are decorated with paintings In Mr. Parke's new book on Equatorial Africa, he by Angelica

ceilings of several of them are decorated with paintings In Mr. Parke's new book on Equatorial Africa, he by Angelica

Kauffmann, who did a great deal of work in speaks of a plant growing in great profusion, and having Dublin. an odour somewhat resembling that of musk, which m hen pulled up and placed close to a person keeps away mosquitoes. If the Stanley Expedition had brought home some roots
November 12, 1891 - Truth - London, London, England
 
Thomas Hardy.— Under THE GREENWOOD TREE. By THOMAS HARDY. Author Of " Far from the Madding Crowd." A New Edition,

Thomas Hardy.— Under THE GREENWOOD TREE. By THOMAS HARDY. Author Of " Far from the Madding Crowd." A New Edition,

with a Portrait of the Author and 15 Illustrations. Crown tivo, cloth extra. 31. ed. For light happy touches of life and humour we know of no rustic dialogues to be compared with these but in the earlier and best pages of George Eliot."— Standard. Glanvillea-The Fossioker A Roma
November 12, 1891 - Truth - London, London, England
 
TREATlLE.—Proprietors, Mrs. Jons WOOD and Mr. ARTHUR Cifuntairm—Bvery Evening, at 9, AUNT JACK, an original • Farce in Three Acts,

TREATlLE.—Proprietors, Mrs. Jons WOOD and Mr. ARTHUR Cifuntairm—Bvery Evening, at 9, AUNT JACK, an original • Farce in Three Acts,

by Ralph T.umley, in which Mr. George Giddens. Mr. Reeves Smith, Mr. Seymour Hicks, Mr. Gerald Maxwell. Mr. W. T. Riley. Mr. Charles Rock, Mr. Quinton, Mr. F. Fair. Mr. Percy Brough. Mr. John Clulow, and Mr. Edward Righton ; Miss Susie Vaughan, Miss Ethel Matthews, and Mrs. John
November 12, 1891 - Truth - London, London, England
 
TmLE'S THEATRE. Every Evening. at 10. THE HIT of the LONDON SEASON. A PANTOMIME REHEARSAL, by Cecil Clay. Preceded by

TmLE'S THEATRE. Every Evening. at 10. THE HIT of the LONDON SEASON. A PANTOMIME REHEARSAL, by Cecil Clay. Preceded by

At 8.15, At 9.15. THE LANCASHIRE SAILOR. • COMMISSION. By Brandon Thomas. By Weedon Grossmith. As TRANSFERRED in their Entirety from the Shaftesbury Theatre. Box (men daily, 11 till 5.30. Proprietor of Theatre, Mr. J. L. Toom.
November 12, 1891 - Truth - London, London, England
 
LONDON & UNIVERSAL BANK, LINITED, 449, Strand, Charing Cron, London, 8. W. AUTHORISED CAPITAL £1,000,000 RESERVE FUND, &c. £170,000 CURRENT

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November 12, 1891 - Truth - London, London, England
 

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October 30, 1890 - Truth - London, London, England
 
MAPPIN (The Origiteal Firm. Bstablished 1810). Only Show I 2201 REGENT STREET, _ W. (Next CHEAPSID ES E.C. John Bennett's.)

MAPPIN (The Origiteal Firm. Bstablished 1810). Only Show I 2201 REGENT STREET, _ W. (Next CHEAPSID ES E.C. John Bennett's.)

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May 21, 1891 - Truth - London, London, England
 
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October 30, 1890 - Truth - London, London, England
 
MUSIC.

MUSIC.

THE cry which has gone up from English singers against the engagement at London concerts of American vocalists is rather Chauvinistic, and it would, probably, not have been uttered at all had not the Albert Hall authorities, not very wisely, last week announced Mr. Wilbur Gunn a
February 18, 1892 - Truth - London, London, England
 
YANKEE RAILS.

YANKEE RAILS.

Were it not for the currency trouble, the present position of American Railroad stocks would justify an advance of, say, 5 or 10 points. This rise will no doubt eventually come about, but in the meantime the nervous feeling caused by apprehensions of further gold shipments milit
April 6, 1893 - Truth - London, London, England