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A HUNGARIAN JOURNALIST.

A HUNGARIAN JOURNALIST.

The Austrian Buchdriicker Zeitung, which is organ of the printing trade, contains some agreeable reminiscences of the late popular Hungarian journalist and humourist, IMoritz Gotheb Saphir. He was a Jew by birth, and was intended by his parents to become a merchant, but being hi
26 January 1878 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
THE SURRENDER OF OSMAN PASHA.

THE SURRENDER OF OSMAN PASHA.

THE SURRENDER OSMAN PASHA. Captain Krestoffski, who served on the staff of the Russian army at the capture of Plevna, to the official Government Messenger of St. Petersburg some further details of the surrender of Pasha. After the final attack upon the Russian positions a white f
26 January 1878 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HUMBERT I. OF ITALY,

HUMBERT I. OF ITALY,

of Th* rime-r, in a telci?raphic letter from Rome, inder d.te Jan. 19, the following .ocount the taking of the oath the new lung to the toubtltu tion the House of Deputies to day the King took the Oath of fidelity to the CoMtitution before the Hinted senators and Deputies. lha H
26 January 1878 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
s. COOPER, BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, LEATHER MERCHANT, AND agent foe THOMA.S BOOT MACHINES 12, AND 13, BRENTGOYEL ST., BURY

s. COOPER, BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, LEATHER MERCHANT, AND agent foe THOMA.S BOOT MACHINES 12, AND 13, BRENTGOYEL ST., BURY

ST. EDMUND’S.^
26 January 1878 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
DELAY IS DANGEROUS. “EE WISE TO-DAY! ‘TIS MADNESS TO DEFER.” TTYHAT Diseases are more W nue .. quencea\han neglected COUGHS,

DELAY IS DANGEROUS. “EE WISE TO-DAY! ‘TIS MADNESS TO DEFER.” TTYHAT Diseases are more W nue .. quencea\han neglected COUGHS,

COLDS SORE THROATS, or affections o£ the LUNGS. The first and lest remedy Prepared and Sold in Boxes, 7Jd.; Is. yd,; and 2s. 9d., by A. B. Eyre, Chemist, &o„ 'iachet Street, Ipswich, and by most respectable Medicine Vendor 9 “‘be Kingdom; also Wholesale W. Sutton, 10 Bow Church
26 January 1878 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
SUTHERLAND HOUSE, GREAT YARMOUTH. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Under the general direction of Mr. and Mrs. DANIEL TOMKINS. TWO Resident English

SUTHERLAND HOUSE, GREAT YARMOUTH. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Under the general direction of Mr. and Mrs. DANIEL TOMKINS. TWO Resident English

Governesses and a Resident Parieienne. Thorough and Advanced Education given. Young Children (from 6 years old and upwards) carefully grounded. The next Term will begin on FRIDAY, Jan. 20th.
14 January 1882 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
HEST FUZE, mm.

HEST FUZE, mm.

FUZE, mm. £ COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, INFLUENZA, NIGHT COUGH, &c. See above Trade Mark on every Bottle, and insist on having
14 January 1882 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
POWELL’S BALSAM OF ANISEED,

POWELL’S BALSAM OF ANISEED,

Sold all Chemists & Medicine Vendors teghout tlie World at & 2/3. ountsorrel Granite Company (Limited) ( MOUNT ORREL, near Loughborough, on the main line of ITT T) TUC I Midland Railway. tUArlltiljU STON Y STANTON, on the South Leicestershire Branch of London and North Western R
14 January 1882 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
AQEJSTTS WANTED Where not yet Appointed, for the Sale of the Celebrated FRENCH YEAST. TRADE “ES AVANT." mark, is far

AQEJSTTS WANTED Where not yet Appointed, for the Sale of the Celebrated FRENCH YEAST. TRADE “ES AVANT." mark, is far

superior to the Ordinary Yeasts, such as German, Patent, Beer, &e. ; it is the best ever introduced into England. For particulars apply the Sole Wholesale Agent far this District— E. YOUNGMAN, Chemist, 19, MEAT MARKET, BURY. 47
14 January 1882 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
•‘COMPLEXION LONG LOST” a«e been wonderfully restored to the Bloom ot Health, by takia WILLSON’S SKIN PILLS. Skin waa full

•‘COMPLEXION LONG LOST” a«e been wonderfully restored to the Bloom ot Health, by takia WILLSON’S SKIN PILLS. Skin waa full

of Pimplea, Blotches, &.C., now I qnite clear and free from them.” —Everybody should try them. One box will prove the charming effect they have. their continued use they invigorate and root out all the rmporitiei of the blood ; they improve the health, and restore the con* atitn
14 January 1882 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England