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"Plan D." In so doing, we, of course, disclaim any responsibility as to the feasibility of the project. The architect

"Plan D." In so doing, we, of course, disclaim any responsibility as to the feasibility of the project. The architect

stakes his own credit upon it, and we take him at his word. He finds room to the south of the present House, and between it and the river—or, more restrictedly, between it and the pile of buildings which contains the libraries on the first floor and the committee-rooms above—to
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
It can also be had in the °ltem Bristol; 4•50 at Chester; 3/0

It can also be had in the °ltem Bristol; 4•50 at Chester; 3/0

Liverpool, 60; Manchester, 5.3 i 1•51; Warwick, F3O; Winchestf
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
STORM BOUND is the CHRISTMAS NUMBER of TINSLEYS' MAGAZINE.

STORM BOUND is the CHRISTMAS NUMBER of TINSLEYS' MAGAZINE.

24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
WF. THOMAS AND CO.'s PATENT • SEWING MACHINES. The celebrated No. 2 Machine, unequalled for general work, £lO. The new

WF. THOMAS AND CO.'s PATENT • SEWING MACHINES. The celebrated No. 2 Machine, unequalled for general work, £lO. The new

Domestic Machines complete (Lock Stitch) £5 55., £6 65., and £8 Catalogues free. W. F. Thomas and Co., 1 and 2, Cheapside, and Regent-circus, Oxford-street, London.
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
'FRANK BIICKLAND, Esq.

'FRANK BIICKLAND, Esq.

London: Published by BMIER, for the "Land and Water' Journal Company (Limited), at the Offices, 80, Fleetstreet, B.C. PARTRIDGE AND COOPER, STATIONERS AND PAPER-MAKERS' AGENTS, 192. FLEET STREET, Corner of Chancery Lane, E.C. The public supplied at Wholesale Prices, and CARRIAGE
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

FLORENCE, Saturday. The Italic announces that the Pontifical Government intends to liberate the Garibaldian prisoners. A first detachment' consisting of 6,000 men, is shortly expected here. FLORENCE, Saturday Evening. The Italian Government is prepared to provide Messrs. Rothsch
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Trinity of Italy. Maxon.

The Trinity of Italy. Maxon.

The " Trinity " here alluded to is composed of Pope Pius IX., Victor Emmanuel, and the late King Ferdinand of Naples. The book is a discursive treatise on the experience of the author, who lived in Naples for the eight eventful years from 1856 1864. He knew personally the famous
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
ELECTION NEWS.

ELECTION NEWS.

The nomination of candidates for the vacant seat in the representation of Rutlandshire, caused by the accession of the Hon. G. H. Heathcote to the peerage, took place yesterday. Mr. G. H. Finch (Conservative), the only candidate proposed, was duly elected. The late representativ
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE MERSEY DOCKS and HARBOUR BOARD hereby give Notice, that they are willing to receive LOANS of MONEY on the

THE MERSEY DOCKS and HARBOUR BOARD hereby give Notice, that they are willing to receive LOANS of MONEY on the

security of their Bonds, at the rate of Four Pounds Five Shillings per Centum, per Annum, interest, for periods of Three or Five Years, and Four aounds Seven Shillings and Sixpence per Centum, per Annum, for Seven Years and upwards. Interest Warrants for the whole term, payable
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England
 
HANOVER-SQUARE for NOVEMBER contains a new song by ARTHUR S. SULLIVAN, WHAT DOES LITTLE BIRDIE SAY "Nothing could possibly be

HANOVER-SQUARE for NOVEMBER contains a new song by ARTHUR S. SULLIVAN, WHAT DOES LITTLE BIRDIE SAY "Nothing could possibly be

more simple than the melody, and no melody could more exquisitely translate the gentle words into music."—Daily Telegraph.
24 November 1867 - Sunday Gazette - London, London, England