Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 8,319,229 articles

Charge of Theft against a Clergyman.

Charge of Theft against a Clergyman.

Charge of Theft against Clergyman. The Rev. William Leman pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to-day to stealing books from the Army and Navy Stores. The prisoner had been intended for a seafaring life, but, having had sunstroke, entered the Church. The judge discharged him on his f
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A Mysterious Tragedy.

A Mysterious Tragedy.

A * COr ner ln( iuest was yesterdoy held at Milford Haven on the body of Mr. Benjamin Thomas gentleman farmer and sportsman, of South Hook who mysteriously disappeared on the evening of Friday, the 30th ult. Evidence was given by Mr. J Williams, Woodbine House, and Police-consta
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
City Agency, 48, H olboen Viaduct, c.c. Triumph Cycle Co., Ltd. North London Depot— 287, UPPER STREET, ISLINGTON. SIMPSON'S GREAT

City Agency, 48, H olboen Viaduct, c.c. Triumph Cycle Co., Ltd. North London Depot— 287, UPPER STREET, ISLINGTON. SIMPSON'S GREAT

EXTENSION SALE WILL COMMENCE Friday, February 13. SIMPSON'S Take possession on March 25th of No. 10, Earl Street, being the Premises on the Ground Floor which intervene between their present shops. Structural alterations will have to be made to connect them with Nos. and 8 the o
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
NOW READY. "BLACK AND WHITE," THE NEW HIG. ILLUSTRATED PAPER. PRICE SIXPENCE—WEEKLY. PUBLISHING OFFICES: 63, Fleet Street, London, E.C. Forty-two

NOW READY. "BLACK AND WHITE," THE NEW HIG. ILLUSTRATED PAPER. PRICE SIXPENCE—WEEKLY. PUBLISHING OFFICES: 63, Fleet Street, London, E.C. Forty-two

Years and Upwards. Commenced Bdsiness this City as Tea and Coffee Merchants, And the success which our effort met was unparalleled. IT NOW TWENTY-FOUR YEARS SINCE WE OPENED OUR PRESENT PREMISES AT 13, BROADGATE, When we stated would be our earnest endeavour to maintain the high
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
FOR CHOICE SEEDS, A. Blatchford, 28, fleet street, Coventry. COCKS'S 26, Earl Street, COVENTRY. COCKS'S, at 26, Earl Street, for

FOR CHOICE SEEDS, A. Blatchford, 28, fleet street, Coventry. COCKS'S 26, Earl Street, COVENTRY. COCKS'S, at 26, Earl Street, for

the Model Washer ; best of all washers ; nsed the Queen's Laundry. COCK'S, at 26, Earl Street, for celebrated Climax Wringers and Mangle ; best, cheapest, simplest, and easiest ; cash instalments. COCKS'S, at 26, Earl Street, for Perambulators —Forty new designs, prices from 20s
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Scotch Railway Strike the Scotch Liberals.

The Scotch Railway Strike the Scotch Liberals.

Attempts are being made to extract political capital out of the recent strike \ bcotch railways for the benefit of the Party. Sir Charles Tennant, the Liberal for Peebles and Selkirk, and Lord Elgin, J chairman of the Liberal Association for Scotl*" are directors of the North Br
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Contest at Northampton.

The Contest at Northampton.

MR. LABOUCHERE REPLIES TO MR. ASHMEAD-BARTLETT.; The Liberal meeting Northampton last night was superior even in numbers and enthusiasm to that of Friday. Electioneering hands in Northampton remember no better gatherings in tho political history the borough. The meeting was crow
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Illness of Dr. lliffe, of Coventry.

The Illness of Dr. lliffe, of Coventry.

We regret to state that Dr. C. W.lliffe still remains in a very critical condition, and from the appended bulletin, issued by Dr. Phillips, it will be seen that no improvement has taken place " 8 a.m. This morning. " Dr- Riffe has passed a fairly good night, but there is no mate
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Suicide of a Doctor.

Suicide of a Doctor.

Percy Morrison, coroner for the Croydon Division of Surrey, held an inquest, yesterday, at Anerley, concerning the death of Arthur Newman Turner, 49, a physician and surgeon, lately residing at 94, Thickett Road, Penge, who died on the 6th inst. George Turner, a son of the decea
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Music, the Drama, & Entertainments.

Music, the Drama, & Entertainments.

The excellent character of the artistes Mr. Rowland has introduced this week at his New lork Circus now at Coventry has succeeded in attracting crowded houses. To draw comparisons would be unfair, the company all round being well up in their various performances, althoughif we a
10 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England