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THE FRENCH HOSPITAL.

THE FRENCH HOSPITAL.

The 26th annual banquet of the French Hospital and Dispensary Saturday was very largely attended. The chair was occupied M. Decrais, the new French Ambassador,who made his first public appearance in this country. Injnroposing the “ Queen and the. Prince and Princess of Wales,” h
05 February 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SAD DEATH OF A CYCLIST.

SAD DEATH OF A CYCLIST.

Yesterday, at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Mr. S- i’. Langlum, the City coroner, held inquiry respecting the death of Philip Sydney Wevell, 19, boot salesman, lately residing at Godalming. who die<l in tlie hospital Tuesday.—Frederick Wevell. the father, stated that 19th Septembe
26 October 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1.5, 1894.

THE GLOBE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1.5, 1894.

THE WEEKLY REVIEWS. THE BRIGG ELECTION. The “Spectator” says:—Wo have never been great believers in the omens given by-elections, and should not now, spite of omen of Forfar-Onrc in Scotland and Brigg Lincolnshire, were not that Lord Rosebery, his eager appeals at Preston and Gl
15 December 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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AND TRAVELLER. XITK OLDEST EVEXING PAPER
15 December 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SICK LIST.

THE SICK LIST.

Mr. Eme,«| Hatch, candidate for the Gorton Division. who has been senoos'y ill for some weeks, is now making slow progress towards recovery. Prince von Hohenlohe, the German Chancellor, is confined to bed with & cold which he caught at the .n-* figuration of die new Reichstag bi
15 December 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LORD ROSEBERY ON LONDON UNIFICATION AND LABOUR. The Prime Minister paid a visit to Stratford last night, and addre>*ed largo

LORD ROSEBERY ON LONDON UNIFICATION AND LABOUR. The Prime Minister paid a visit to Stratford last night, and addre>*ed largo

gathering in the Town Hall, under the auspices of the Libenl and Radical Association. Referring to the unification of London, he said that the great Unionist leader—Lord Salisbury—had been saying something about it. uttered a bitter cry anguish and agony about the shortcomings t
15 December 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TROOPING THE COLOUR. BRILLIANT SPECTACLE TO-DAY. To-day, the 75th anniversary of the birth of He® Majesty, was officially celebrated in

TROOPING THE COLOUR. BRILLIANT SPECTACLE TO-DAY. To-day, the 75th anniversary of the birth of He® Majesty, was officially celebrated in

Loudon, and according to custom most of the public offices were closed, while the bells of many of the West End and City Churches pealed at intervals. The chief event th« day was the imposing military ceremony known as the trooping of the colour, which took place in the morning
26 May 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. MOBERLTS ORCHESTRA

MR. MOBERLTS ORCHESTRA

Tlio ninety ladies, who have already given two concerts, in successive years, under the direction of the Rev. E. H. Moberly, gave one last night in St. James's Hall with complete success. Their interpretation of various interesting works for strings alone is deserving of very hi
26 May 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LANDAU LF/TTE, Offord,pretty,highly finished Brougham, opening like Victoria; very light and compact carriage for one horse; In perfect condition; owner

LANDAU LF/TTE, Offord,pretty,highly finished Brougham, opening like Victoria; very light and compact carriage for one horse; In perfect condition; owner

will accept half first cost.—On view at 67, George-street, Portman-square. REIGATE, to SOLD, detached FAMILY RESIDENCE, standing in its own grounds, pleasantly situate 1, facing Wray Common; within easy distance two railway stations.—Apply J. K. Ford, Alma-rood, Reigate.
26 May 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LITTLE IYER

LITTLE IYER

SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. OP ALL CHEMISTS, Is. l{il. LIEBIG COMPANY’S PILLS “ACADEMY HEADACHE." SICK HEADACHE. TORPID LIVER. SALLOW COMPLEXION. And the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir ta*
26 May 1894 - Globe - London, London, England