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DIABOLICAL FENIAN OUTRAGE.

DIABOLICAL FENIAN OUTRAGE.

AWFUL SACRIFICE OF LIFE. Yesterday afternoon, about 4 o'clock, the neighbourhood of the House of Detention, Clerkenwoll was thrown into state of great alarm, i consequence of terrific explosion taking place, and which, for within radius of half a mile, terrified the inhabitants;
14 December 1867 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
sUKOSOM*, CHEMISTS, AND FSKFHMEE#. HOLDER A SON. and 41. Walworth- X* roaA bu to tafona the above that tk«y an

sUKOSOM*, CHEMISTS, AND FSKFHMEE#. HOLDER A SON. and 41. Walworth- X* roaA bu to tafona the above that tk«y an

sow hKLLIMU Um* eatMHT* Mock IMtaal and FcifunMiT bottlM, fancy Uoodi, and i>n«gM'< tfnndriM, at vary gnat ndneticn, a* Um praatiaa unit be cleared iu a short time. Xt-UH
21 November 1868 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
MESSRS. C. D. FIELD & SON, RAILWAY COMPENSATION VALUERS. Claims against Railways, &c, prepared and conducted. 53, High-street, Boro', S.E.

MESSRS. C. D. FIELD & SON, RAILWAY COMPENSATION VALUERS. Claims against Railways, &c, prepared and conducted. 53, High-street, Boro', S.E.

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14 December 1867 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
CEMETERY ROAD, PECKHAM.

CEMETERY ROAD, PECKHAM.

Sir, —I expected to havo soon denial of the statemonts of " Another Highly-Amused Sportsman " who has endeavoured to show his wit the expense of tho Peckham Ratepayers' Association, and lest your readers should imagino his statements to bo true, I beg to reply. In the first plac
16 November 1867 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
PRISON INCIDENTS.

PRISON INCIDENTS.

Comparatively honest rogues—men who have been sent here for their term of imprisonment, and who feel the bitterness and shame of their position —men who shudder as the barber's scissors crop their hair, soon show in their appearauce how their punishment telling upon them. They d
16 November 1867 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.—Corns Cured in one day, using ALEX. ROSS’S CHIROPO. This preparation gradually dissolves the corn in few hours, 4a;

WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.—Corns Cured in one day, using ALEX. ROSS’S CHIROPO. This preparation gradually dissolves the corn in few hours, 4a;

sentfor stamps.—24B, High Holborn, Loudon
14 July 1866 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
FINE DRAUGHT WINE.

FINE DRAUGHT WINE.

PORT & SHERRY - 12a & 16s. per Gallon BOTTLED MALT LIQUORS. T. C. bavins; had many years' experience in the bottling and management of Malt Liquois, can ensure their being in the highest condition for immediate use. Dz. Qts. Pints. Imp. pt, Guinness's Dublin Stout - ss. 6d, - 3a
14 July 1866 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
SUxvi4h.Y SESSION*

SUxvi4h.Y SESSION*

On Monday, special adjourned sessions was opened at the Sessions House, Newiugtou-causeway, J. K. Johnson, lisq. (chairman), T. Tilson, Esq., pnty-chairman), General Sir George Pollock, C.H., Captain M’Dougal, and S. J. W. T. Dolby, B. K. Adams, \V. Hardman, 11. Phillips, audß.
04 August 1866 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
FOR BUT AND CHEAPEST TEAS.

FOR BUT AND CHEAPEST TEAS.

Phillips & co., tea merchants, 8, KIN*I WILLIAM STREET, CTTY, LONDON, E.C. Strong Black Teas, Is. M-. ?*•. 2«. 6A, 3a, to 3a Most delicious Black Tea, now only per hn A price-current poet-free Carriage free to any Railway Station or Market Town in If to the value of Forty Shilli
04 August 1866 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
IMPOKTANT NOTICE !!

IMPOKTANT NOTICE !!

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27 February 1869 - South London Press - London, London, England