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THE BETHNAL-GREEN BANK.

THE BETHNAL-GREEN BANK.

THE BETHNZAL-GMEEN EANKZ. ?? - -, -1 I - , I .. .. In the 'C'ourt of Bankruptcy, before Mr. Registrar Giffard, T. F. Biradbrooke, a pawnbroker, of Bethual- green, also carrying on business as the Bethnal-green Bank, came up for publin examiation on accounts showing gross l~iabil~
31 March 1889 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PROTEST OF THE SULTAN.

PROTEST OF THE SULTAN.

PROT!EST 0 Tw: SULTAN?. Lord Duff erin on Monday communicated to the Porto a verbal note stating that, in consequence of the arming of the forts at Alexandria by the Egyptian authorities, Admiral Seymour was to announce that unless the forts were temporarily surrendered for the p
16 July 1882 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
REYNOLDS'S NEWSPAPER.

REYNOLDS'S NEWSPAPER.

BUNDAT, JULT 18. SUNDAY'S EDITION. AN INGLORZOUS VWCXORT. The first act of the great political drama, ii which England seems destined to play th most prominent, if not the sole, part came ol on Tuesday. There could exist little doubt a to the result of the bombardment commence(
16 July 1882 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

INTERESTING rNTEiVRWEW. An extraordinary ease hls just beas investigated in. Rotherlnim. Miss Bridges is a daughter of Mr. J. Bridges, of 42, F'oljambe.road, Eastwood-view, Rother. barn. A reporter waited upon Mr. Bridges. anr elicited tbe iformation that for aeveral raontbs tho
28 April 1895 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LABOUR WARS ENDED AND THREATENED.

LABOUR WARS ENDED AND THREATENED.

LTABOUR W- TARS, ENDED AND .THREATUNE'D. The grreat dispute which Inas agitated the boot and shoe trade has happily ended throtigh the inetrucientality of eionciliation and of, a frank 4nd frion&ly disenssion over the whole question. Each side, asserts that it has "won "-nin admi
28 April 1895 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LIBERATOR DIRECTORS.

LIBERATOR DIRECTORS.

ILIET-MAITIVEll DIMEOSIons, POSTPONEMEhNT OF THE TBRIA. The trial of Mr. Francs Moes Coldwells, M.P., Major John T'holnim Wrigiht, Mr. George Edward Broeh, and tr. Gcorge IDibley, directors, and Mr. Morell Theol)R~d, nuditor, on charges of fraud and conspiracy in connection with
28 April 1895 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY LECTURES.

SUNDAY LECTURES.

SIUTDAT LECTUP.ES. - -A ";IA._ .A ?? 7.tM.i~ -i~ ?? ?? nt- fl-os ,1Ld Po-rit ara cael5 recti tris iijtca irot leter court zal'tr-vt N.-Foogreoeuve .Asoeciatioo, Fenton Ha-ll, III, FE :iloanilie- road, 7, Dr. KRomes, ' On Some Len-s of flwnet' rix' M1ildnaay Ielaical ('lab and Ins
28 April 1895 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE FORTUNE TELLER'S [ill]

THE FORTUNE TELLER'S [ill]

ir J- E IL l PoOE AMUSING EVrDENCE-YESTERDAY. Yesterday, at Westminster, before Mr. Sheil, an inlfim, elderly woman, named Sarah Sparrow, residing at 1I, Giasgow-terrace, Pimlico, and described as a dressmaker, was placed in the dock, charged on a wrarrant with unlawfully profess
28 April 1895 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S THEATRICALS.

LAST NIGHT'S THEATRICALS.

LAST XNI(LTt. TH.EA¶ RICAS. "THE LILY OF KILIARNEY" A' DRURY LANE. Those whr, care for music ivedded to it libretto fall I of brightness and romance vill welcom rir Alulstus Harris's revival of " The Lily of Xillarnot " ? It is only at concerts nnd hohrusgntheriugs that we hravea
28 April 1895 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POEMS FOR THE MASSES.

POEMS FOR THE MASSES.

JXOEI BULL'S GOSPEL. "What is our mission P Should it not be possible to writs an English Bible, a book of otir doings and workings upon this globe of ?? P'rophet Stead.) Now the Lord did devise His estate in this wise: The earth with its measure Of fatness and treasure, Its lan
15 April 1894 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England