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DERBYSHIRE v. _ NORTHAMPTON-

DERBYSHIRE v. _ NORTHAMPTON-

SHIRE. Beautiful weather favoured the Saturday start in this match at Derby, and there appeared every prospect of a capital attendance. Northamptonshire were without S. G. Smith. who is engaged at Lord's on Monday, but J. S. Denton made his first appearance of the season. Derbys
June 20, 1914 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL SCR ATCHINGS.

OFFICIAL SCR ATCHINGS.

Duke of Cambridge Ilanda•ap, Newmarket : Sands Time. Short C.rass Dover Handicap. Folkestone: St. latrine, Red Star. Rrightelmstone Plate, Brighton . Sprint. Widmer Plate. Folkestone: Ashstead. Major Quick. Nortlitintla-rland Plate: Redwood. Thirty-Second lieekwih Park Biennial:
June 20, 1914 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
3 - minoeltburn. A Centenary Monograph. By JOHN E. MORRIS, D. Litt. With photographs and 2 maps. Feap 4to. set.

3 - minoeltburn. A Centenary Monograph. By JOHN E. MORRIS, D. Litt. With photographs and 2 maps. Feap 4to. set.

Ancient India. From the Earliest Times to the First Century A.D. By E. J. RAPSON, M.A., Professor of Sanskrit in the University Cambridge. With 6 illustrations and 2 maps. Crown Bvo. 3s net. The Bess and Poetry of Modern Persia. By EDWARD G. BROWNE, M.A., Professor of Arabic in
June 20, 1914 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
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MARCH 5, 1898.

MARCH 5, 1898.

March 5, 1898 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 

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GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. LAST FIVE WEEKS.

GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. LAST FIVE WEEKS.

Puritiesly Closing the London Engagement on Saturday, April Tearing Provinces on 70 American Railway Cars, and Exhibiting the Undivided Show Under 12 Mammoth Canvas Pavilions. Seating X Persons. 3 Circus companies in 3 rings. I Olympian stages, 1 huge race-track. 2 Complete mena
March 5, 1898 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
A. COERZ & COMPANY,

A. COERZ & COMPANY,

LIMITED. (REGISTERED UNDER TRANSVAAL LAW.) CAPITAL £1,015,000, In 1,000,000 Ordinary Shares of £1 ea:t (for not exceeding 200,000 of which offers of purchase are now invited at the price of £ll2s. 61. per Share), and 15,003 Founders' Sharers of £1 each.
March 5, 1898 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE GOVERNMENT AND ITS BILL.

THE GOVERNMENT AND ITS BILL.

Elsewhere we print our own summary of the complete returns. The Nrw., has also analysed the returns with great fulness, and it brings out some interesting if somewhat unsatisfactory fats: The Progressives have recovered only half the ground that they lost in 1895. " The followin
March 5, 1898 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PORTRAIT OF MR. HERBERT SPENCER.

THE PORTRAIT OF MR. HERBERT SPENCER.

All admirers of Mr. Herbert Spencer will be glad to learn from Mr. F. Howard Collins's letter in the Times to-day that the portrait of the great philosopher, which Mr. Herkomer, R.A., was commissioned to paint by a number of subscribers, as a mark of congratulation upon the comp
March 5, 1898 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
YORK.

YORK.

view of the New Year's festivities, which are widely observed in the North, both candidates are spending the week-end away from the city --Lord Charles licresford in London and Sir Christopher Furness at his seat, Tunstall Court, close to York, where last night gave a hall to ab
January 1, 1898 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England