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THE IPSWICH ELECTION AND MR. GLADSTONE'S SCHEME.

THE IPSWICH ELECTION AND MR. GLADSTONE'S SCHEME.

A summary of Mr. Gladstone's speech was furnished to the candidates at Jpswich east night, and the question was referred to at the meetings of both parties. Sir Horace Davey said he ' thoukht Mr. Gladstone's critics would have done well to reserve their criticism until they had
09 April 1886 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
WHAT RADICAL "UNIONISTS" WILL TOLERATE.

WHAT RADICAL "UNIONISTS" WILL TOLERATE.

I WHAT RADICAL "UNIONISTS'" W4'ILL TOLERATE. By MR. T. Ml. HEALY, M.P. AT the great meeting of Radical Unionists yesterday speeches were made and resolutions passed declaring for equal laws for all parts of the three kingdoms while maintaining the inviolability of the Union. Will
02 June 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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SPECIAL PREPAIDI ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 LINES ?? 1!- 3 INSERTIONS .. 216 Beyond 3 Lrnes 4d. per Line per Insertion. ?? line averages abott Sevei words. These odvertisements can be repeated at the same rates in the Pa; Mall Bdgret, the Weekly Edition ol thte Pall Mall Gazet.e. APARTMEN
02 June 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY'S MONEY MARKET.

THIS DAY'S MONEY MARKET.

THIS DAYS MONEY MARKET. cirrv OrFicsc, 2o, Bwkeilrsd.'u-, S.C., .Mfondcoy, Z9ao1J-,ast One. HOME RAILS AND FOREIGN STOCKS BETTER.-AMERICANS AND CANADIANS FIRM. There is little change to report in the condition of the Money Market. The supply of cash is more than sufficient to mee
31 May 1886 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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06 January 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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TO-NIGHT1'rS ENTERTAINMENTS. THIEATRE POYAIr D!-URY LANE. A I iUN (17IJ lC K, IIA*:7 ~l I~l I. IL'I'NIN-II 'NI. F071R1IU1?, NMA RI E \II I, h"':V LVN U, iM Ii I : k1 I v I I)!I 1! I7: U C , [Ill IU CI)1 17.7.7% *7171P11'077U A1) AN1NML ,N Ilv SlISNE' MAY, ["'LD. ;OULl. MAI, 71 XI
06 April 1888 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW BOOKS.

NEW BOOKS.

MORE JUBILEE VOLUMES. Three more Jubilee lives of the Queen have reached us. They are alike in this-that they are all very " good " books, very loyal, and that they contain what everybody who has not since the beginning of the year of Jubilee lived entirely outside the regions o
17 May 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
In the City.

In the City.

Ally Vat Oitv, ThE DEPRESSION IN AMERICAN STOCIKS. One afier another the supposed causes of the depression in American Rail- road stocks are removed, and yet the expected rise does not take place. TIhe BIaltinorire and Ohio telegraph I, deal" has fallen flat, like others from whi
10 October 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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YCEUM THEATRE.-Sole Lessee, Mr. HzNxY IXVING.-Miss MARY A ANDERSON TO-NlGHT and EVERY EVENING, at B.* punctually, in Shakespemre's Play of THE WINTERS TALE. The Cast includes tbe following Ladies and Gentlemen:-Mr. J. Forbes Robertson, Mr. F. H. ckl-n. Mlr. J. Maclean, Mr. Geerge
10 October 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MR. DILLON AND THE "TIMES."

MR. DILLON AND THE "TIMES."

NOTICE. *h ebublicalion of a series of STRANGE TRUE STORIES of TO-DA Y was begun in the PALL MALL GAZETTE on M&end&V, Airil zS, and is continued to-day. 'These stories will difer from the ordinary "feuileton" in being fact, not fiction. The heroes and heroines will not only be re
04 May 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England