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THE TICHBORNE TRIAL.

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL.

I THE TIOCHBORNE TRIAL. I CLOSS-EXAMINATION OF THE PLAINTIFF. The orosh-examiination was resumed on Thursday by the Solicitor-General. X. Le Pere de Fevre, M. Gorsin, the Abb6 Salis, M. Durar z r, and M. Chatillon, were asked to stand up. The Solicitor-General: On your solemn oat
17 June 1871 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Scientific Miscellany.

Scientific Miscellany.

aricatf9c 'faimllimr. - -1-1- - ?? ;r?? it FA&nBAIEnxs LocomOT'IVE ON THE OLDHAM LINE, I -~A correspondent of the Eaqheaeer States: cc1 have obtained The 'b te following particulars conceroing -the tank locomiotie of ~ )r Messrs. Fairbattss :-In the experhiuntrt made on the Oldha
12 July 1856 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER WINTER ASSIZES

MANCHESTER WINTER ASSIZES

. . -ffgMSfl W. Am ASSIZES CROWN COURT.-SATmDAY. (BEroRM MR. JUSTICE CAVD.) : . aBORG OF BVROLART AT IiAN E3TER. I Z1jnniis M'Hugh, 24, dyer, was charged with broeak Ing and entering the house of Evan Bush, at 'Man-I ehester, on the night of Deoembei 25 last.-Mr. rates prosecuted
11 February 1888 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ASHTON.

ASHTON.

ASRTO.bT. PE4 TTY SESSIONS.-losnAY, MAY 1l1TV. (Before PV AstleSy and John Lowe, Esys.) Thomas tTild, a roughials loolkig sort of a fellow, was placed at the bar, charged with stealing a pair of "inex- pressibles," on Saturday evening last, from a womlan whose name we did not lea
16 May 1829 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
From the London Gazette of Friday, May 8.

From the London Gazette of Friday, May 8.

From the London Gacettc of F idrzy, May 8. DIVIDENDS. W. Gracie, Berwirk-upon-Tweed, printer, June 3, King!S Arms Inn, Bermick. M. Kirkby, of the Wood, Lanraster, June I, Red Lion, Hitwkshead. J. Brooke and C. Bonstead. Niantwicl, Clioshire, cotunnon-brewers, .May 29, Clarrnsdon-
16 May 1829 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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Sporting Intelligence.

Sporting Intelligence.

Jbportfnq 3hnteIligenCS '5 ~ 7 BETTING AT MANCHESTEll.-FEtDAY. a5 The weights foti the Cesareweltch and, Cambridgcshire Stakee, d I. which have now been extensively circulated, meets with general satisfaction. Even tho moat festdione judges In Iheset matter' . do noti venture to
01 September 1855 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Local News.

Local News.

Roca Neum ?? r!ATAL Aco!DENT.-0n Wednesday, an inquest was held by Ur w. S. Rutter, on the body of Margaret, Ellen Paton, daughter of Joseph Paton, of Irlam, lealther manufacturer, who was killed on the previous night, at Peel Green., Barton on Irweli5 by falling out of a tohitep
01 September 1855 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Spirit of the Press.

Spirit of the Press.

S4ftlit of t~z @ g. state gTHE " TIMES," AND THE CHARG*E AGAINSThoe IT OF BEiN.G BRIBED, na (Fl-o the ScOtsman.) Inhans "An idle reason," says Pope, lessens the weight of AT the good ones you gave before ;" and, in the same way, a th at dfoolish accusation destroys thle force of'
26 November 1851 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER AND SALFORD LOCAL EDUCATION SCHEME.

MANCHESTER AND SALFORD LOCAL EDUCATION SCHEME.

MANCHESTER -AND SALFORD LOCAL EDUCATION SCHEMIE. GRAN BY Row.-A meeting was held on Monday evening week, to bear exploatt ations of the principles and I1ijctsi o tbe Manochester and Salford Edacatiou Biil, jlt St. Sittonasnd it St. Juede's school, Granby Bow. The rev. Mr. 3;1vate
26 November 1851 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

- - - THE GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. On Moaday the biennial meeting of delegates of this order opened in the Corn Exchange at York, under the presidency of Mr. George Mai'shall, Grand Master (Dar- lington), and the vice-presidency of Mr. James Wood, Deputy Grand Master (W
11 June 1881 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England