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THE WAR* JULES FAVRES MISSION:

THE WAR* JULES FAVRES MISSION:

21 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
positively opposed its views. The latter were also all Germans. The writer, in reply to these varied commnnications, remarks that

positively opposed its views. The latter were also all Germans. The writer, in reply to these varied commnnications, remarks that

when telling France the truth the outset of the war, he was constantly denounced, and now Germany is no more willing to hear plain speaking. Germany, thanks to the deposition of the aggressive Emperor, is now responsible for the war She has obtained from Franco the only lawful c
21 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
RES AND IN EXHIBITION. HORTON. OMNIBUSES will run from Bradford to tho Ezhibitic From the Exchange. From the New Inn.

RES AND IN EXHIBITION. HORTON. OMNIBUSES will run from Bradford to tho Ezhibitic From the Exchange. From the New Inn.

10 10 35 12 0 12 5 10 15 20 2 5 SO 3 5 5 50 5 5 60 6 5 70 7 5 80 5 Fare*:—There and beck, Sixprrcr; Exhibition. Foobpsmce; Return, TREAS
17 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
HALL’S ANTHEMS, Second Edition. Each ol HALL'S SIXTEEN ANTHEMS can now bad separately, or the entire work, substantially bonnd in

HALL’S ANTHEMS, Second Edition. Each ol HALL'S SIXTEEN ANTHEMS can now bad separately, or the entire work, substantially bonnd in

cloth, as follows:—One volume, 65.; Five volumes, ss. 6d. each; Tea or mor*’, ss. each. A list sent for one stamp. Address Jo kpm Hat.L.Oakworth, Keighley, Yorks.
17 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
CORN MARKETS.

CORN MARKETS.

Cork, Friday.—White wheat, Bs. to lls.; red ditto, Bs. to 10a. 3d.; barley, 6s. Bs. 3d.; here, 6s. to 7s. 9d.; black oats, 6s. 6d. to 7s. 2d.; tawny, 7s. to 7s. 4d.; white. Bs. to Bs. 4d. Derby, Friday.—There was a slow trade in wheat at to-day’s market. All articles remain abou
17 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
PU LEAN’S NEW MUSIC HALL, Brunswick Place, (off Westgate, and off Northgate).— On Monday, September 19th, 1870, and Week, Engagement

PU LEAN’S NEW MUSIC HALL, Brunswick Place, (off Westgate, and off Northgate).— On Monday, September 19th, 1870, and Week, Engagement

for Sir Nights only of the SISTERS HOWARD'S grand combination troupe of Parieinn Dancers Can Can. Engagement of the MURRAY FAMILY, four m number, in their enteit*iinn;euts, consisting com ic * appearance of Miss EMMA CHAMBERS, Serio Comic Vocalist, Reappearance Messrs. ORKINS an
19 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
COLLEGIATE ESTABLISHMENT, conducted by Mrs. POTTER, Carltoh Pare House, Pontneract. The house, standing os its own grounds, occupies most salubrious

COLLEGIATE ESTABLISHMENT, conducted by Mrs. POTTER, Carltoh Pare House, Pontneract. The house, standing os its own grounds, occupies most salubrious

and picturesque site. Rooms, large and airy, replete with every comfort and convenience. Unsurpassed advantages offered to finishing pupils. All studies pursued rarefnUy explained. Special attention given to arithmetic and grammatical analysis. French constantly spoken. Preparat
19 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
CANON LIDDON ON THE WAR.

CANON LIDDON ON THE WAR.

REPORTED ENGAGEMENT OUTSIDE PARIS. STRANGE NEWS FROM METZ. Paris, September 18. The five classes of the Institute of France have unanimously resolved to draw up a protest, in view of the eventual bombardment of the monuments, libraries, and museums of Paris. The protest will be
19 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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15 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
gtpl sotirts.

gtpl sotirts.

WILLIAM SUTCLIFFE’S ASSIGNMENT.— Notice is herebv given, that the Trustees under the above Assignment will be prepared on Thubbdat, the Fifteenth day of September instant, to pay Final Dividend to all Creditors who may apply for the same. The dividend will be paid at the office o
15 September 1870 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England