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AMERICAN RELIEF FOR THE DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

AMERICAN RELIEF FOR THE DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

Yokk, Nov. 28.—A mass meeting o Irishmen hau been summoned at St. Louis, for December fth, to further a project for raising funds and otherwise providing for necessities of the destitute in Ireland.
29 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE SPANISH ROYAL NUPTIALS.

THE SPANISH ROYAL NUPTIALS.

Times Paris correspondent says the Spwiardi, to judge letter from Madrid, are offended at the selection of Lord Nspw « as Envoy-Extraordinary st the Roy" wedding because he is Governor of Gibraltar. ■. Madrid, Nov. 28.-The Archduchess Christine, replying to the congratulations p
29 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Fail Duterin, who has been visiting Lord I Salisbury at Hatfield, returns St. Petersburg the cud of next week, in

Fail Duterin, who has been visiting Lord I Salisbury at Hatfield, returns St. Petersburg the cud of next week, in

time receive the on his arrival
29 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MR. GLADSTONE AND THE LIBERAL LEADERSHIP.

MR. GLADSTONE AND THE LIBERAL LEADERSHIP.

(From tht Spectator.) The catnpaigu in Midlothian* whether or not it wins Midlothian to tbe Liberal cause, will at least reveal to the country that we have no leader who | can compare with Mr. G ladatone, and that if we are to put our strongest man in tho front of our battle, be
29 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
the adjourned inquest yesterday on the Bradford boiler ex plosion, a verdict attributing the accident to the weakening kettle by

the adjourned inquest yesterday on the Bradford boiler ex plosion, a verdict attributing the accident to the weakening kettle by

overpressure was returned. culpability was attached to anyone, but the jury recommended hat such boilers auld periodically examined
29 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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MR. TOUR'S HEALTH.

MR. TOUR'S HEALTH.

RELAPSE. inquiry this morning we regret to that the improvement which set in in Mr. Tori's condition has not continued, but has been followed by a relapse, the hoa. gentleman having passed a somewhat restless night. The former symptoms, we believe, have become aggravated, and th
13 January 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL LAW CASES.

LOCAL LAW CASES.

Anderson* v. Pickkking.—To-day, in the Court ->i Appeal, Lincoln's Inn, before Lords Justices James, and Cotton, this case was heard. It was an appeal of plaintiff, Mr. Anderson, proprietor cf the Hotel, Liverpool, to set aside order made by Air. Justice the vacation judge, dire
13 January 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE IRON TRADE.

THE SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE IRON TRADE.

Mr. Chamberlain, M.P., president of the South Staffordshire Iron Workers' Wages Board, has issued his award in the recent application of the men for advance of wages. gives advance of Is per ton for puddling and 10 per cent, on millmen's wages, to take effect from the 22nd of De
8 January 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EUROPES "MONSTROUS" ARMAMENTS.

EUROPES "MONSTROUS" ARMAMENTS.

EUR OPES "MONSTROUS" ARMAMENTS. LETTER FROM MR. GLADSTONE. 'I iie . s Rome correspondent savs that the newspapers publish letter of the 10th inst. from Mr. Gladstone Professor of the Neapolitan Peace Congress, in which the writer dwells the shame and horror inspired his mind by t
23 January 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE FIGHT WITH THE SHAKERS.

THE FIGHT WITH THE SHAKERS.

TREATING THE WOUNDED. A Lymington correspondent telegraphs :—" The Shaker, Isaac Usborne, who was hurt the affray at these people's camp on Monday, is reported to be rather seriously injured, and as yet in very prostrate condition. He received a wound which, Mrs. Girling states,
23 January 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England