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October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
The e kly Echo PROVINCIAL NEWS. ATHER STONE.

The e kly Echo PROVINCIAL NEWS. ATHER STONE.

At the Atherstone County CourttbeforP , Mr. H. W. Cole, Q.C. judge, Viscount Maidstone, son of the Earl of Winchelsea, was sued on a judgment summons by Mr. Prypr, landlord of the White Hart Inn Atherstone, ior a debt of £24 for horse hire. It transpired that his lordship had tr
October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MARLBOROUGH STREET.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MARLBOROUGH STREET.

COAL MERCHANTS AND THE P ÜBLIC .-Mr. Edward Batley, of the Sovereign Coal Company, No. 125, Great Portland-street, was summoned before Mr. Newton for selling an inferior kind of coal in place of what was ordered. Complainant, who resides at Camberwell, said that, in consequence
October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
WHAT IS THE " INDEX ? "

WHAT IS THE " INDEX ? "

The " INDEX " to "THE TIMES" Newspaper was commenced in 1867, and is published in Quarterly Volumes at 10s. each. Each Volume contains about 30,000 references to that Journal. It was published because it was found that" THE. TIMES, though the most gigantic engine of the Press, d
October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
Registered for Transmission Abroad.

Registered for Transmission Abroad.

October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
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ONE HALFPENNY. CARTHAGENA, - Delayed telegrams show that the rehela were building great but delusive hopes on 'the bombardment of Alicante in the idea that it would bring about the downfall of the Madrid Government. Don Carlos has assumed another Royal function by issuing postag
October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
A PAINFUL SCENE.

A PAINFUL SCENE.

A painful spectacle was witnessed recently in 9ne of the theatres at Birmingham. Mr. Charles Calvert produced at the Prince of Wales' Theatre, for the first time in Birmingham, the Shakesperian play of Henry F., Mr. Calvert, as before taking the part of King Henry. The house was
October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
OUR CONTEMPORARIES ON THE TRIAL .OF THE CLAIMANT.

OUR CONTEMPORARIES ON THE TRIAL .OF THE CLAIMANT.

"Of the Tichborne case generally we may say that our only desire is to make the matter we present to our readers intelligible if we cannot make it instructive. We should rejoice to have, done entirely with the miserable business, and it will be a day of inexpressible relief to u
October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
PENNY LIBRARY.

PENNY LIBRARY.

TEN NIGHTS IN A But Room, and what I saw there. By T. S. Arthur. THE GATES AJAR; or, a Glimpse into Heaven. By Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. THE HISTORY OF GRAY; the Little Woodman and his Dog Cresar • W hat could I do without Grandmother? What is the Use of that? By Mrs. Sherwood. T
October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENT TO THE SCOTCH LIMITED MAIL.

ACCIDENT TO THE SCOTCH LIMITED MAIL.

On Tuesday morning, about half-past six o'clock, the London Scottish tourist train, consisting of twelve carriages, ran into a mineral van near Motherwell, twelve miles from Glasgow. The engine .and tender went over an embankment, and the van was smashed to pieces. The fireman,
October 4, 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England