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ANGLO-AMERICAN PEACE.

ANGLO-AMERICAN PEACE.

Owing to the war it has been decided by the British Committee for the Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of Peace among English-speaking peoples to make a substantial alteration in the plans previously proposed. With respect to the participation of the various British
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
T PETER ROBINSON'S ' a special feature is being made this Xrnaitide of articles of the practical kind — particularly

T PETER ROBINSON'S ' a special feature is being made this Xrnaitide of articles of the practical kind — particularly

of those suitable for presentation to our Soldiers and Sailors. The wonderful assortments of Gift-Goods, however, include presents for EVERYONE, at prices to suit every purse. Below are some examples :
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE CENTRE I'ARADE!4.

THE CENTRE I'ARADE!4.

turc of health. No more salubrious climate is to be found anywhere along tWs delightful coast. The air is dry and absolutely pure, and the supply of sunshine beyond question exceeds that recorded at most of the Meteorological Society's Stations. On several occasions, in fact, th
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
NOVEMBER 29, 1914. The American Register and Anglo-Colonial World.

NOVEMBER 29, 1914. The American Register and Anglo-Colonial World.

of a pure water supply, the maintenance of open spaces, &e., and it can easily be understood why the death-rate is .1.7 per 1,000 less than that of the 77 great towns of England, 30 per 1,000 less than that of 136 smaller towns, and 3.1 less than that of the country districts. c
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PRINCIPALS:

PRINCIPALS:

1 1, -1 ( ' Arrangements can be made for the entire charge of children whose parents are abroad. The Continental Edition of this Paper is a I F'. AND Miss TAkII 4 -IREID, (Late Principal of St. Bede's Preparatory School for Eastbourne College and other First-Class II ~,, urs in
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29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
GREENCROFT-ELLESMERE,

GREENCROFT-ELLESMERE,

1 SPENCER EASTI3OI . IINE. lom Sti uxa FOR OF GENTLEM KN. Principal : -Miss Lt.ovos, Assisted by a fully qualified Staff of Resident and Visiting Mistresses and Professors. REcKtvEs a limited number of boarders. to whom it is her aim to give a thorough and practical education. c
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The Continental Edition of this Paper is on Sale ii

The Continental Edition of this Paper is on Sale ii

29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England