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MURDERS.

MURDERS.

. U R D E BR S. MURDER NEAR LANCASTER. On Saturday the quiet little seaport of Glasson Dock, about four miles from Lancaster, Iwas the scene of a shocking murder. For the last fortnight the ship Virginia, from Genoa, has been lying at the dock dis- charging cargo, and on Saturday
25 September 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON GOSSIP.

LONDON GOSSIP.

)rel [FROs t TRUTH." ln The statements that have been made as to the Ihe arrangements" for the Queen's movements are un- cud authorised, as nothing whatever has been decided as ir. to the length of Her Majesty's stay at Balmoral. It wn ill extend into November, but much will dep
25 September 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SEAHAM COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

THE SEAHAM COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

On Sunday afternoon several bodies wore interred in the ohaurchyards in the neighbourhood of the Seaham Colliery. About 25 ponies, found alive in the main coal seam, were drawn up No. 3 shaft. The Press Association's Seaham correspondent tele- graphed on Sunday night that the wo
25 September 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT IN HANDFORTH.

THE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT IN HANDFORTH.

| THE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT IN HANDFORTI. At the County Police Court, Stockport, on Thursday, before Mr. John Wood, Mr. B. H. Salmonson, Mr. W. H. Turner, and Mr. E. H. Greg, Henry Sampson, 4, Grosvenor Terrace, Withington, and Leonard Metcalfe, Barlow Moor, Didsbury, were summoned
13 November 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER AND SALFORD MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MANCHESTER AND SALFORD MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MONClIIESTER AND SALFORD MUNICIPAL ELECTION; S. The elevation of Mr. Asehton to the aldermanie bench in the City Council creates a vacancy in the representation of Cheetham ward. Mr. James Rnsh. worth, who has lived in the ward for over seven- teen years, had been waited upon by
13 November 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

I jaiocillancous. I I The Hon. John Ure was on Thu'rsday unani- mously elected Lord Provost of Glasgow. At Golne, on Wednesday, Wm. Lund, weaver, was fined 20s. for intimidating another weaver. The barque Rutlaud. regarding the safety of which grave fears were entertained, arrive
13 November 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Commercial Intelligence.

Commercial Intelligence.

| commerciat latehlelnce. THE MANCHESTER MARKET. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. J7 Some little show of greater steadiness was made at opening, chiefly in tlle yarn market, but it was basSd- i upon Liverpool news principally, and met with littl& W support froni thenature, of inqliry here. V
13 November 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

- I1PEBTAL PARLIAMENT. . le f ve 50,0 i, a trun '005 es# be( hat eeed acil a a' bud 5,0 mt rido sof mu itc Tn ace 'rva liail her ani own aell sso int cti, nver tee bee, .nit yn' an md. cre low Vo mel nte 55 tol Th ate lds: 0. .n ,1- lyO .rtu. eme ling din Idk wh ide era' thI ree
10 July 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RAILWAY COLLISION AT CARLISLE.

RAILWAY COLLISION AT CARLISLE.

RAILWAY COLLISION ACRLS I r evening at Citadel A eollision occr red on Wednesda' ?? station, Carlisle. Theotrain for Silloth, levn: alsea 'tatoCaiseThtm r line by a pointsman' a5P.M., wits turned on the wrongliebaponma about, a quarterdf amnile north of the place of depar- tureo
10 July 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE OUTRAGE ON MR. FEERICK.

THE OUTRAGE ON MR. FEERICK.

THE OUTRAGE ON MIR. FEERICK. Mr. Feerick,' who was shot noar Bal~linrobo, and reported to have died, is still living, though in a hove- less state. His own account of the outrage is that he had been attending -abaronial session ,and left to return home to Browustown about 20 minu
10 July 1880 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England