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RECIAL PREPAID

RECIAL PREPAID

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17 August 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF CENERAL DUCROT. IRECTER'4 TILTAIRAM. 1 PARIS, August 16, Evening. General Ducrot is dead.

DEATH OF CENERAL DUCROT. IRECTER'4 TILTAIRAM. 1 PARIS, August 16, Evening. General Ducrot is dead.

General Auguste Alexandre Ducrot was born at Severs in IEI7. After receiving his education at Saint s Cyr, he served for many years in Algeria, and subsequently in Italy. In 1865 he was promoted to the rank of General of Division, and in 1869 was put in command of the sixth diii
17 August 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF MI NY.

THE DUKE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF MI NY.

THE DUKE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF Th. Duke and Duchess of Albany will resides' id die EredSl lutbuin, o unkiii - Moscligr.4 ef fleplasclur. On the foilee,44 l they will persosed by special train to Prime will receive an address hum the Ma 3 or a l dc; e : p ors ti cm . We Royal will t
17 August 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.

THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.

The Prince and Princess of Wales, accompan'ed by their children, leave Marlborough Howe tbiv afternoon for Germany. Their Royal Highnesses travel front Charing-oroist by spsoial South-Pattern train to Gravesend, where, upon their arrival about half put four o'clock, they will em
17 August 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
FIELD AND FARM.

FIELD AND FARM.

READING, Friday Niqbt. YeFtorday I paid my "devours' the word, but it suits the circumstances admirably) to Saint Partridge. It was indeed a melancholy day, made more melancholy by the sight of rain, on the let of September, pelting pitilessly among uncut corn. Coveys are perhap
2 September 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
WORKING IN CHAINS.

WORKING IN CHAINS.

From IsmsiHathe correspondent of the Daily hag telegraphed as follows : A reconnaissance made to-day (Aug. 31) from Kas-a in towards Ted-el Kobie shows that place to be strongly entrenched, the Canal forming a natural defence, while many artificial fortif.cations have been throw
2 September 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
PARIS COSSIR

PARIS COSSIR

!PROM OCR OWN COI PARS, Friday. Sensible people highlT approve of the conduct of M. in declilting the proposed banquet plepared for him by a portion of the French preis. it is supposed that it he lauded at Naples and set out by rail for Paris it was to as oid meeting the delegat
2 September 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE FORTHCOMING FESTIVITIES AT PRESTON.

THE FORTHCOMING FESTIVITIES AT PRESTON.

TEI.LC.I.AI•II. I P - ne-rov, Saturday. Nit.y.ir this morning reteived intelligenee titat t'.e Dt.ke of Cambridge w.tuld visit the towu during the Guild festivities next week.
2 September 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
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20 June 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CUITEAU CASE.

THE CUITEAU CASE.

[REUTER'S ILLFS]RAIL I Juno 19. Jud , e 11nt , 11.7, of tho Un tea tats Supreme Court, ha i refused the applicatiou of Guitemis eoun el for a Wilt dpf c rpus, holdin 2, that to rict ;.ourt of Culumlia had full jurimlietion
20 June 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England