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FRANCE

FRANCE

The following letter, addressed by General Labitto to M Drouyn Lbuys, was read by the former in tb* National Assembly on Thursday week: “10 *. DROUTH LHUTS, FRENCH AMR LONDON. Paris, May 14 "Sir,— had the honour of announcing to you yesterday, the Council has deliberated the rep
25 May 1850 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
/ VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, (jofmtftHff of netclyerected MESSUAGE or Farm House and r>6 Acres of valuable LAND adjoining, situate KIBWORTH

/ VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, (jofmtftHff of netclyerected MESSUAGE or Farm House and r>6 Acres of valuable LAND adjoining, situate KIBWORTH

BEAUCHAMP, LEICESTERSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By S. HORTON, At the OLD SWAN INN. in KIBWORTH BEAUCHAMP, on Friday, the day of June, lsso, at three o’clock in the afternoon, and either together or in lots, as may be determined upon at the time of Sale, \LL that brick-boilt, s
25 May 1850 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SYSTON. the nndcrsijmed, tender our aiucire thanks to 11. C>> WOODCtK K, Esq ,of aksbv, for bis handsome unsolicited return

SYSTON. the nndcrsijmed, tender our aiucire thanks to 11. C>> WOODCtK K, Esq ,of aksbv, for bis handsome unsolicited return

at bis rent audit on the 21st instant. give this publicity with the hope that such generous sympathy Mill influence other landlords to offer the same cheering testimony of feeling towards their tenants, and grateful to us iu this our time of combat with free trade principles. W.
25 May 1850 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE MANY DISCOVERIES that characterise ''the present age, none have contributed so much to the comfort and ease of tbe

THE MANY DISCOVERIES that characterise ''the present age, none have contributed so much to the comfort and ease of tbe

community, nor conferred soch a boon upon suffering humanity, the important discovery of Blaib's Goer AMD MATH- PtlXO, the efficacy of which has been tested by the approval and recommendation many of the greatest men of our day. They are effective for gout and rheumatism in all
25 May 1850 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FRANCE AND CHINA.

FRANCE AND CHINA.

An official communication has been sent to the French press by the Chinese Legation in Paris. It states that the Chinese Government haa ordered the Marquis Tseng to address a Note to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs to express astonishment at the attitude attributed to th
10 November 1883 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PICKINGS FROM THE COMIC PAPERS.

PICKINGS FROM THE COMIC PAPERS.

" Punch."* The Head-quarters of American Mashery . — Mashenr chusetts. Champion Champagne Show.— lf one ia started. «■ should be called "another Phiz collection." New drink at "the American Bar." " The Cole- ridge." It ia a soothing beverage, containing one proportion of spirit
10 November 1883 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
domsponS-WE.

domsponS-WE.

Our columns are always open to the insertion of letters in which public questions or propositions of a public nature are discussed temperately and fairly. We give " both sides" in all such cases, and therefore we cannot be held responsible for any remarks made by our corresponde
10 November 1883 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
A GYMNASIUM FOR LEICESTER.

A GYMNASIUM FOR LEICESTER.

To tiie. Editor. Sir, — In last night's issue of your paper a little information was given relative to the formation of a gymnasium during the winter for Leicester. We have on the various recreation grounds parallel bars, &c , but the youngsters who patronise these places, in th
10 November 1883 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION AT NOT.TINGHAM.

LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION AT NOT.TINGHAM.

LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION AT NOT TINGHAM. The borough members addressed their constituents on Tuesday night in the Mechanics' Hall, Notting- ham, whioh waa filled with an audience of between 2,000 and 3,000 persons. Colonel Seely referred to the session which had just concluded, rema
10 November 1883 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
IMPERIAL AVERAGES. I

IMPERIAL AVERAGES. I

Aggregate Average of the last Six Weeks, which regnUwthjjJ Wheat 69a 4d I Rye .. Barley 38s 9d Keans ?? „■ Oato 26s Sd ??
13 July 1839 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England