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"THE OLD ORDER CHANGES."

"THE OLD ORDER CHANGES."

cc THE OLD ORDER CHANGES." yIV one of those coincidences, all the more really suggestive be cause they are apparently trifling, Lord RANDOLPH (.i 1U III ILLs re-statement of the new Tory Policy is accom- 1I-.idW in the papers by a letter from Mr. GLADSTONE, showing mlat for ti.-
27 October 1886 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
POET GOSSE AND THE "QUARTERLY."

POET GOSSE AND THE "QUARTERLY."

POET GOSSE AND THE " QUARTERLY"'1 "Review has vied with review in fulsome and indiscriminating eulogy. . . . The men who writ Ibad books are the men who criticise them," &c.-" Quarterl.y Rezmew," October, on Gosse. . " Of'late I have been accused from several anonymous quarters o
27 October 1886 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE JUBILEE OF THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

THE JUBILEE OF THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

TIHE JUBILEE OF THE ELECTRIC TELEG2SAPI ITWaSjust fifty years ago yesterday that the first practical tzi.,al of thei electric telegraph was made in England. A line was erected between tile stations of Euston-square and Camden-town, on the North Wl,'estern Rail-way, a distance of
26 July 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LORD HARTINGTON AS A PARLIAMENTARY DEBATER.

LORD HARTINGTON AS A PARLIAMENTARY DEBATER.

I " The ordeal of a contested election in which the Marquis of Hartington assumed the heavy responsibility of leading seceders from his own party has not been," writes a correspondent from the gallery, " without its effect upon him as a parliamentary debater. On his advent into
27 August 1886 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OCCASIONAL NOTES.

OCCASIONAL NOTES.

It was a stormy time, last night, out of doors and inside St. Stephen's too. Normy will' it Xbecome less so. The political tem- perature' is rising as rapidly as the physical barometer. is falling. rhe "scene" occasioned in the House of Commons last night by Mr. Smith's statemen
01 April 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SOME CURIOSITIES OF PARIS LAW.

SOME CURIOSITIES OF PARIS LAW.

A little book has been published recently which gives the public some insight into the functions and power of the Prefect of Paris. No one is allowed to stick a note on door or window asking for an employee, or post a bill on a hoarding unless it be stamped and taxed. Advertiser
01 April 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE AUSTRALIAN VIEW OF HOME RULE.

THE AUSTRALIAN VIEW OF HOME RULE.

THIE AUSTRALIAN VIEW OF HOME RULE. AN INTERVIEW WT111i £A1KlN JOLIL -EA Sti PAIRICK JENNINGS is one of the most prominent statesmen of Australia. He has been Premier of New South Wales, and his Queen and co-ntry have just been honouring him as its representative at the Colonial C
25 July 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY'S MONEY MARKET.

THIS DAY'S MONEY MARKET.

THIS DAYS MONEY MARKET. fy IOMTE RAILWAYS, FOREIGN STOC KS, AND AMERICANS WEAK. TRUNKS STEADY. There is -again a good demnand for acconmmodlation in the ("Pell market thli3 morning, in consetluence of furither r-epaynlents falling dcic at thle Banel of En~gland, and , 1' per cent
11 April 1888 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE DUBIOUS MAN.

THE DUBIOUS MAN.

THE DUBIOUS MIAN. (DEDICATED TO THE STAY-AT-HOME LIBERALS.) [With apologies to Oliver Wendell Holhnes.] Alow, while true Liberals are fighting for freedom, Each at his post to do all that he can Battling with Tories (and Turncoats who need'em), What are you doing, my Dubious Man?
05 July 1886 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS ON THE POLLS.

THE PRESS ON THE POLLS.

r- The Time s says:-" The pollings of Saturday confirm and enlarge the indications of Unionist success afforded by the returils of Friday." The Daily A7ews says :-1 The unfortunate schism in the Liberal party is producing its inevitable results. On Saturday the Government, instea
05 July 1886 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England