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MADAME ADELINA PATTI.

MADAME ADELINA PATTI.

?? ; IDA ADELIA PATTI. I It liat been, announced that the Judge of the First Civil Chamber at Paris had pronounced a de cision of separation "de corps et de biens' between- the Marquis and the Marquise de Caux, the judg- ment of the Court being wholly in favour of the Marquis. Th
7 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST STREET TRAMWAYS COMPANY.

BELFAST STREET TRAMWAYS COMPANY.

BELFAST STREET TRAMWAYS COMAt'NY. I THE fullowing is the repo-t of the directors, to be sutamitted to the shareholders at an ordinsay gene- ral meeting, to be held at the Yictoaia Rooms, Queen Viotouia Street, London, on Monday, the 13th of August:- ' The directors submit herewit
7 August 1877 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GAIETY THEATRE.

GAIETY THEATRE.

The first appearance of Carl Rosa’s Opera Company the Gaiety last night was great success At this period the year it not easy to fill theatre, but music baa such attraction for the people of Dublin, especially tho shape opera, that it not to wondered at that the attendance was l
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCHOOLS FOUNDED ERASMUS O SMITH. Eeo. The High School, 40 Haroourtslreet, Dublin, will (D.V.) Re-open for basinets FsibaT, August 10th,

SCHOOLS FOUNDED ERASMUS O SMITH. Eeo. The High School, 40 Haroourtslreet, Dublin, will (D.V.) Re-open for basinets FsibaT, August 10th,

9.30 e.m., when all pupils are required to present. Ree. Dr. CRESS WELL, Head Master.
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HALF-PAST FIVE P.M.

HALF-PAST FIVE P.M.

this MORNING’S LONDON PAPERS. I -Special Telegram. J (From our Correapomlent) London, Tntaday. The T»m«* remarks that ap to the pr«*cnt t l, Russians have giron proof preeoioeot generalship. Their alratogy ban by boldnass, hot not with ability. There much reason to beliore that
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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PROBABILITY OF INTERVENTION.

PROBABILITY OF INTERVENTION.

A Constantinople correspondent says that Count Ztcby, the Austrian Ambassador, has had long contidcutial audience with the President the Council, who is said to have m>imated that the Ottoman Government, despite its successes, is firmly convinced that the war was misfortune for
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS HAY'S NEWS.

THIS HAY'S NEWS.

NEW KNIGHTS. It announced that the honour of knighthood will conferred on Vice-Admirals Ommaney and fugle6eM and Rear-Admiral Richards, late Bydrographer to the Admiralty. SUPPOSED MURDER. A labourer, named Patrick Early, has been found with hit throat but in the grounds of bis
7 August 1877 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Henrietta

Henrietta

After wkich Scenes from, ANNE BOLEYN; ob. THE JESTER’S OATH, Anae BoIe;n Miss Habfleob- Triplet, theCarJinaTa Jester... Mr. Elockton. Supported tke Company. To-morrow (Wednesday), production the great Play of CLANCaRTY. On Monday, August 13, will commence the engagement of the c
7 August 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POOR-LAW UNION COMMISSION. Th* Local Government Board have issued the following circular:— Local Government Board, Dublin, 28th July, 1877. Sib,

POOR-LAW UNION COMMISSION. Th* Local Government Board have issued the following circular:— Local Government Board, Dublin, 28th July, 1877. Sib,

—Th© Local Government Board for Inland desire to state, for the information of the Board Guardians, that a warrant, bearing date the 17th instant, has been issuoc by the Lords Justices for Ireland appointing Major the Hon. W. Le Poer Trench, R.E., Andrew Doyle, and Charles Sharm
7 August 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOWING MATCHES.

BOWING MATCHES.

Ist Race—For Fonr-oared Open Boats, under 20 feet. Ist Prize, £3; 2nd do., £l. Entrance fee, 3s. 2nd Race—For Four-oared Open Boats under 16 feet. Ist prize, £1 10s 2nd do., 16s. Entrance fee, 2s. 3rd Race—For Coastguard Boats. Ist prize, £3; 2nd do., 3rd do., 10s. Entrance fee,
7 August 1877 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland