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THE GREAT ENGLISH RAILWAYS.

THE GREAT ENGLISH RAILWAYS.

(From the Times of Wednesday.) 111. THE MIDLAND. We have now disposed of the two giants of the British railway world, and we are approaching under- takings of lesser but still respectable magnitude. The Midland, which comes under notice in succession to the London and North West
03 September 1864 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
- WREXDEffITAJ©; CGRRESPONDSNT6F

- WREXDEffITAJ©; CGRRESPONDSNT6F

- WREXDEffITAJ©; CGRRESPON DSNT6F The communication from Mr. Henry Curtis, "Gains- borough, is an advertisement, and has appeared as Buch in various local papers. We cannot, therefore understand why we should be asked to insert it gratuitously. Our correspondents would oblige us
03 September 1864 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
#ffmtes, fa.

#ffmtes, fa.

SHOCKING TRAGEDY IN LONDON. A shocking affair was discovered at Mils End New Town, London, late on Friday night. The attention of the police was directed to a house, No. 21, Albert Got* tages, near the Metropolitan Chambers, Church street, and when they arrived they fonnd that t
03 September 1864 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PETERBOROUGH HOUND SHOW.

PETERBOROUGH HOUND SHOW.

SUCCESS OF THE QUORN. The hound show at Peterborough on Wednesday attracted a very representative gathering of fox- hunters from all parts of Great Britain, and some from distant quarters of the globe. Mr. De Burgo Persse, of the Galway Blazers, represented both England and Aust
05 July 1890 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MAGAZINES FOR THE MONTH.

MAGAZINES FOR THE MONTH.

First Notice. In the Mnoß—M Cknt~bt Sir Joha Pope Hennessy, ?? leads off with a paper headed " The African Bubble." He does not think much of such schemes as that incorporated in the Anglo- German agreement, and urges that we should utilise some of our " useless settlements and
05 July 1890 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.— Monday. Lord Salisbury, replying to Lord Rosebery, said the Treaty with Germany, involving the session oi Heligoland, would be signed in a few days. No time wonld be lost in laying a copy of it on the table, and introducing a Bill. Pressed by Lord Granville and
05 July 1890 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
_Eark*ta.

_Eark*ta.

Provision Market, Saturday. — Average supply. Butter, la. to Is. 2d. per lb. ; eggs 15 a la, Leicester Corn, Saturday. — There was a small at- tendance, and a very scanty supply of wheat from the farmers, and sales took place at last week's extreme prices. Grinding barley was fi
05 July 1890 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
NEXT WEEK'S SALES BY AUCTION.

NEXT WEEK'S SALES BY AUCTION.

(For Further Particulars see Advertisement Columns.) Monday. Mart, Market-street, Furniture, 11, 4, n- w -„«,!« iH. &F. Tarratt and Sons Hinckley Stock Sale, 2, ' • H. T. Hincks, Barradale, & Lyall Tuesday. t, < Barrow-on-Soor, Contractor's Plant, ?? A. T Crow Bull's Head Hotel,
05 July 1890 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE INSURANCE OF CHILDREN.

THE INSURANCE OF CHILDREN.

EXTRAORDINARY EVIDENCE. Extraordinary evidence was given on Friday before the Select Committee of the House of Lords on the Children's Life Insurance Bill. Dr. Barwise, medical officer of health at Blackburn, and formerly of Bir- mingham, asked whether he observed any connection
05 July 1890 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FAMILY BIBLE. IN TWO VOLUMES QUARTO, With NOTES, Explanatory ana Practical; and with appropriate introductions, Tables and Indexes; also with

FAMILY BIBLE. IN TWO VOLUMES QUARTO, With NOTES, Explanatory ana Practical; and with appropriate introductions, Tables and Indexes; also with

Maps, drawn for this Work, by Arrowsmith ; and with Plans and Copper-plate Engravings, the best Artists: the whole ARBAKGCO THE SAHCTIOir OP The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, And dedicated, permission, to the Most the Lord Archbishop of Cani erbury, By the Rev. GfiO
24 December 1813 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England