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PRUSSIA AND TAB POPE.

PRUSSIA AND TAB POPE.

The struggle which is going on between the Prussian Government and the Ultramontanes seems likely to assume a serious aspect. • The Berlin authorities will make no compromise, and oppose vigorously those Catholic prelates who pass sentences of excommunication and proscription ag
19 March 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
the provisions might be evaded, and said that if the bill passed he believed many of our best ships would

the provisions might be evaded, and said that if the bill passed he believed many of our best ships would

sail under a foreign flag. He urged that the object kept in view, should be to bring home the responsibility to the shipowner, instead of relieving him of it; and as the present measure did not realise that object, he advised the House to defer legislation until the introduction
22 February 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
REPUBLICAN SCANDAL.

REPUBLICAN SCANDAL.

Parties under the Empire were not remarkable for squeamishness in dealing with their adversaries' private affairs; but the Republic has become a perfect school for scandal. Milliere tells a disgraceful calumny of M. Jules Favre; Rochefort complains of it, and says, "Not a word m
22 February 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
TRAINING SHIPS FOR THE MERCHANT SERVICE.

TRAINING SHIPS FOR THE MERCHANT SERVICE.

A deputation waited yesterday on the First Lord of the Admiralty, with reference to the above subject, consisting of Mr. Whitwell, M.P. (who introduce i the deputation) , Mr. Morrison, M.P., Mr. Bates, M.P., Mr. Bolckow, M.P., Mr. W. S. Moore, and Captain Cumming, R.N. The subje
15 March 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS' STRIKE.

THE AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS' STRIKE.

A meeting of the farmers and landholder of South Warwickshire has been held at Wellesbourne, Sir Charles Mordaunt in the chair. Resolutions were passed strenuously opposing the combinations of the labourers. The meeting pledged themselves to do their utmost to prevent men joinin
15 March 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
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repeal all exemptions, including those of Government property, from local rates. (Hear, hear.) THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. Mr. DISRAELI asked the Prime Minister if the Government had received an answer from the United States; and if so, what opportunity would the House have of becoming
15 March 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE SUN 86 CENTRAL PRESS. PAGE 10.

THE SUN 86 CENTRAL PRESS. PAGE 10.

LONDON. FRIDAY. .I!ARCH 15. 1.872. A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprietors. Resistered at the General Post Office as s ewsnanet No. 24.542.
15 March 1872 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE LAST OF THE BOMBARDMENT.

THE LAST OF THE BOMBARDMENT.

By special despatch, dated January 25, the correspondent of the Daily News at the Crown Prince of Prussia's headquarters forwards the following :—There is silence along the front. The continued boom of heavy guns has ceased. Even the rifle shots which were occasionally heard yes
31 January 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE BATTLE OF ST. QUENTIN.

THE BATTLE OF ST. QUENTIN.

Printed and Published for the Proprietor by John Hawkinys, at 112, Strand, London, W.C. The special correspondent of the Telegraph sends the following account of the engagement from the headquarters of the First German Army, dated St. Quentin, January 19 :—The action was commenc
31 January 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
. 2.501. LONDON. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1871.

. 2.501. LONDON. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1871.

Registered for Transmission Abroad
31 January 1871 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England