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JOYFUL NEWS.

JOYFUL NEWS.

B•ptembst 23.—We were a'l awoke between one and two 'act night by the a-rival of Cpl. Palmer with joyful ti lines ; that e• ligh•ful old pensioner Unget, who bee always brought us the only letters we reoeivrd f -ow outse's, has came hack with one from Sire'. Ou.vsm, dated the 20
7 May 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
The Week's Retrospect Talc sudden and unexpected appearance of General Ashburnham in the clubs of London created as much surprise

The Week's Retrospect Talc sudden and unexpected appearance of General Ashburnham in the clubs of London created as much surprise

as if Mien Fung, the young Chinese Emperor, had presented himself at the British Court. The General was sent to China to direct the warfare with the Celestials, but the ,English troops haring been withdrawn from China to suppress the Indian insurrection, the General was left wit
12 February 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
Our Inbou fortspenhtni. Oro doom It right to rev. that do not IdMinty ooraeltrom art* our oorragpoodinat's notefnna.l The position

Our Inbou fortspenhtni. Oro doom It right to rev. that do not IdMinty ooraeltrom art* our oorragpoodinat's notefnna.l The position

o' the Palmrraton Administration is attracting eon•idemble anent on lee I quarter.; and, without repressing any rpirron of the moil's of the veteran leader of that Administi radon, I may foodry note some or the ',roved eig opinions eapreseed 1 y others, some of then well informe
12 February 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
Madera, tool esteem end board makers, geldbesters, tildes wed Islamise • be bin and through him again, neeneenders, beeksillerw, the

Madera, tool esteem end board makers, geldbesters, tildes wed Islamise • be bin and through him again, neeneenders, beeksillerw, the

d..tributite trades, library keepers. and librarians. I pesos* that I sin speaking under the mark when I say that lir Walter Bonit created the mean. of (micelle@ et a th• wood primes for year sin.* he bean to write to this time. lam a very hunmble part, Reaves knows, and ao are
12 February 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
AN IRISH PEEP IN?O FUTURITY.

AN IRISH PEEP IN?O FUTURITY.

The desire to peep into the future is so fit mly engrafted in the human mind, that it is scarcely surprising if profeas.ooal ro e hets rise up from time to time who endeavour to make their market of the fort c 'sting mind of humanity. The spirit-nuppers of the United States find
8 January 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
EXECUTION IN FRANCE.

EXECUTION IN FRANCE.

A short time since a gang of criminals warn captured in France, w. or. dee a had excited the terror of the country. This baud of desperadoes were proved to have committed murders, robberies, burglaries, other crimes out of number, under the auspice a of one Lei mains, aid their
8 January 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
Rlistellantous Citntral

Rlistellantous Citntral

THE KEIOHLKY POISONING CASE.—The inquest on the ho 'y of Bar , am &gar, wife of Joln &gar, master of the H-ighley workhouse, Yorkshire. who.' dehth ea, cooped by arsenic, supposed tt been adminivtered to her by her huaband, is sow ooncluded. It bad been adjourned in order th.t t
8 January 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE PRINCE OF WALES AT NEW YORE

THE PRINCE OF WALES AT NEW YORE

The Prince of Weis has entered New York. They kw words tell of each ovation as haa seldom been effendi* gay monarch la ancient or modern times. It wail sot a renaption ; it the grand impressive welcome of a mighty poople—a mingling of fervent, Intense enthusiasm, of perfect good
2 November 1860 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
SNELLINGF'S INF IR RI L BLACK QUPERIOR to all others. Sold by. mon 7 Stationers in bottles from 3d. upwards.

SNELLINGF'S INF IR RI L BLACK QUPERIOR to all others. Sold by. mon 7 Stationers in bottles from 3d. upwards.

Manufactory : 23, Farringdon Street, London, Original corrtsponbnitt.' TO TNN iDITOIL
2 November 1860 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
.faxts andgiumintrs.

.faxts andgiumintrs.

andgiumintrs. A Frankfort letter states that the train in which the Emperor Francis Joseph was lately travelling from Trieste to Laybach went off the rails. The accident, which was not attended with any serious consequences, is said to have been caused by malevolence. Several of
7 February 1862 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England