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A CARLIST MASSACRE.

A CARLIST MASSACRE.

A correspondent any there has been another massacre of volunteers in Spain. At Cirancmi fifty.eight men surrendered to Dorregaray, who promised quarter. An hour afterwards the Carlista literally butchered their prisoners. It said that Done_ aray was absent for some hours at the
30 July 1873 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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AND TS/MILLI& THE OLDEST EVENING PAPER. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 30.
30 July 1873 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FATAL POACHING AFFRAY.

FATAL POACHING AFFRAY.

This morninz a serious podebiniz affray occurred near Wistow hall. Leicestershire, the seat of Sir Hi:nry Hollnrd. The hec , p...rii came aerusl four poachers. and a conflict ensued. Thom is Afonk. the to assist them, he in the thigh, from the effects oc whicu he since died. His
30 July 1873 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1873: TUE GROI9BB.

THE GLOBE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1873: TUE GROI9BB.

On Thursday next the campai!u against tiro grouse opens. Already, says the k'ield, the shooting men have in hundreds of cases starte for Scotland or for Yorkshire. They like th. , luxury of pioneering the ground they have to traver c—of goin over it with their chief learner-swai
09 August 1873 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE CYCLONE AT MADRAS.

THE CYCLONE AT MADRAS.

The Madras Times of the 3rd inst. gives full particulars of the terrific cyclone which visited the city at the beginning of this month—a cyclone so disastrous that there has been nothing like it for many years. On the night preceding the first day of this month there was such a
27 May 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
.THE 1 L 013113, MONDAY, MAY 27, 1872,

.THE 1 L 013113, MONDAY, MAY 27, 1872,

1 L 013113, MONDAY, MAY 27, 1872, severity of the disaster that overtook her was Oa llotsl.ur. All the other vesaAs ran far into the shore. The Hotspur had a crew of 87 nun on bo ird, and it is fearcd that some lost their lives. Meat laudable and persistent efforts were made to g
27 May 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Tan economy of the Government is taking a new turn. All English men and women who have travelled have at

Tan economy of the Government is taking a new turn. All English men and women who have travelled have at

some time or other experienced some benefit from the consular chaplains established abroad. These useful functionaries would be the last, we should suppose, to suffer from any economical fit of the Cabinet. If, however, we are to credit the story told yesterday in the Times by o
02 October 1873 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WRECK OF A STEANER AND LOSS OF LIFE.

WRECK OF A STEANER AND LOSS OF LIFE.

A Reuter's telegram from Quebec, of yesterday's late, says that the steamship Medway, from Quebec to London, has been wrecked. Several lives were lost.
26 September 1873 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RUTLAND STAKES.

RUTLAND STAKES.

NEWMARKET RACES YESTERDAY. Blantyre Be Periwig --. Eight ran. _ Doe, linar.—Deneonefiell walke 1 over, and the stakes were divided. IRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES. George Frederick... ... • Canteen fill/ ... I4ly WArrea I
26 September 1873 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PRIISIDE TRIP.

PRIISIDE TRIP.

fIHEAP EXCURSION TO WORTHING on TUESDAY, September 30th, from LONDON BRIDGE and VICTORIA (Brinhton Railway), at 9.0 a.m., and KENSINGTON 9.45 a.m.; Clapham Junction, 9.0 a.m. • New Crow, 9.7 a.m. ; Nor. wood Junction, 9.20 ; Croydon (EsLit). 9.23 a.m. Returning from WORMING at 6
26 September 1873 - Globe - London, London, England