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LAW NOTICES.—This DAY.

LAW NOTICES.—This DAY.

JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL. —At Whitehall, at 10^.—Appeal: Bopoolbhoy and others v. others, part heard. SUPREME COURT JUDICATURE.—Before the Court Api-eal, Lincoln's-isk, loj. —Appeals from the Loudon Bankruptcy Court: Cole and another, parte and others, part Dimple
29 April 1880 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
the present stage of art development in fhis country, the Cantor Lectures new in course delivery at the Society of

the present stage of art development in fhis country, the Cantor Lectures new in course delivery at the Society of

Arts Mr. \V. Edis, F.S.A., are peculiarly welcome, "Decoration and Furniture of Town Houses" is subject concerning which England has yet much to learn, albeit marked progress has been made since the last generation. It is now aearly forty years since the first signs of great uph
29 April 1880 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
TURKEY AND MONTENEGRO.

TURKEY AND MONTENEGRO.

AGENCY.) CONSTANTINOPLE, Apbil 27. Mr. Kirby Green, the English Consul Scutar, denies that auy engagement took place between the Montenegrins and Albanians tho withdrawal the Turkish troops from the districts ceded to Montenegro, and states that the only fighting consisted of ac
29 April 1880 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS.

THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS.

Many have elapsed since Newmarket lias been scene of such genuine enthusiasm was evinced in find about the Club iSt.nul and " yesterday afiornoon wlu the equally popular colours ( the Dukes Beaufort Westminster ,wc;''' seen fighting out one the most for the Two Thousand which ou
29 April 1880 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
MORPETH MEETING.

MORPETH MEETING.

PROGRAMME FOR TILLS DAY. Tnr. Trial Plate 100 guineas; 2-yr-olds, 7st 101b; three, ; four, lOst ; tive aud upwards,, lost laaresand geldings allowed ; maidens allowed —3-yr- 4lb ; four, lJlb ; Jive and upwards, ; five year i .Ids and upwards, not being maidens, never won 160 iov
29 April 1880 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
FEMALE SCHOOL OF ART.

FEMALE SCHOOL OF ART.

FEMALE SCHOOL OF ART, Tihe annual exhibition of prize drawvings by students of the Femanle Schoolof Art, Bloomsbury, was opened yesterday, and will be continued to-day only. unjtil 4 p.m. It is of more than usual interest, as this school scored quite a brilliasal success at the l
30 October 1886 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY.

YESTERDAY.

YESTL'RDA F, - Our Correspondent at Sofia telegralied that General Kaulbars insists upon the imme. diate release of the officers who took part ji the coup d'etat of last August. -Our St. Petersburg Correspondent tele- graphed that be believes the commander of the Russian vessels
30 October 1886 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

SOLTIf-EAS I'i'K.V C'lKCl.'iT.—Kingston, Feb. T. <:<>N.u>iss oa holding; special assize for the county was opened ou i", anday Air. Justice Lojmis, an.: the was proceeded with to-day. The arrangement was that Chief Baron Kelly should have assisted ; but it turned out that there
04 February 1880 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
CURRENT LITERATURE.

CURRENT LITERATURE.

The Great African Island: Chapters dtv Madagascar." By James F.R.G.3., of London Missionary Society. (London : and Co.)—lt carious that little should known Europe Madagascar, and that comparatively little interest should taken in its fortunes beyoa 1 missionary circles. Perhaps
04 February 1880 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
To-morrow, the Queen, the satisfaction of her subjects, who will cordially welcome her momentary return to the ceremonial functions of

To-morrow, the Queen, the satisfaction of her subjects, who will cordially welcome her momentary return to the ceremonial functions of

Royalty, will open Parliament in person. The presence of the Sovereign at the beginning and ciose the Session is relic the old usage, in virtue of which former times habitually at bis pleasure attended the debates in the Lords. Queen Anne, believe, was the latest of our monarchs
04 February 1880 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England