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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS. FRANCE._COUNT DlP PERSOGTY'S SsPEVot-The 'Moniteur,' by the Emperor's express command, published Cotutt de Persigny's speech on Sunday. The hesitation of the semi-official organs, and the known doubts and fears of certain Ministers, now only serve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VARIORUM NOTES. The first anniversary meeting of the Newest Shakespeare Society will be held on April 1. Several important papers will be read by eminent Shakesperian critics, whose names we are not yet at liberty to mention; among others, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERATURE. VISCOUNT AMBERLEY'S WORK ON RELIGIOUS BELIEF. An Analysis of Religious Belie: By Viscount Amberley. London: Triilbner and Co. [First Notice.] The announcement that a writer of the late Viscount Amberley's temper of mind and habits of speculation had Subscribers-only content

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    GREEN PASTURES AND PICCADILLY.-` BY WVILLIA.A BLACG, Author of I The Adventures of a Phaeton,' I The Princess of Thule,' c. -0- CHAPTER XXX. LANDED! TaER was excitement enough, to be sure. Everyone was on deck, eagerly regarding the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERATURE. TRANSLATIONS OF THE AGAMEMNON. [First Notice.] The Agamnemnon of AEschylus. Transcribed by Robert Browning. London: Smith, Elder, and Co. 1877. The Agamemnon of Zschylus. Translated into English Verse. By E. D. Morshead, MI.A London: Kegan Paul and Co. Subscribers-only content

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    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1891-3

    Cardiff Council Minutes 1891-3 Cardiff Council Minutes, 1891 1892 1891 November 9. Monday. Alderman Thomas Rees elected Mayor; salary 350. Alderman David Jones, J.P., appointed Deputy Mayor. Resolved unanimously, upon the motion of Alderman Daniel Lewis, J.P., seconded by

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