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Iwo deem it right to swamp we do ant identifyourselres with ourcorrespondentS °platens.) It was either Talleyrand or Machiavelli, orboth,

Iwo deem it right to swamp we do ant identifyourselres with ourcorrespondentS °platens.) It was either Talleyrand or Machiavelli, orboth,

that said that speech was given to ma n conceal his thoughts. The speech of Lord Derby at Guildhall certainly was a capital oration for concealing his thoughts on the groat question of the day, the coining Reform Bill. All the clever maineuvring of the Lord Mayor was fruitless t
19 November 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
MONEY

MONEY

LENT on appiored Personal and other Securities at such Interest as shall be agreed on according to the nature of the Security. Also INVESTED at Interest, varying from 3 to 10 per Cent. per annum, payable half-yearly. The strictest, though the most secret investigation is used, a
24 September 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
To Gas Companies, IRON FOUNDERS, AND OTHERS.

To Gas Companies, IRON FOUNDERS, AND OTHERS.

TN conformity with the Act 3 and 4, William IV., cap. 90, intituled, "An Act to repeal an Act of the eleventh year of his late Majesty, King George IV., for the Lighting and Watching of Parishes in England and Wales, and to make other provisions in lieu thereof." The Tavistock G
24 September 1858 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
por( ,4152 OUR OWN

por( ,4152 OUR OWN

OUR OWN The reinsu%s under this head are to be regarded as the exproadon of independent opinion, from the pen of air= raan whom we have the greatest confidence, but lea we nevertheless do not hold ourselves responsible•] The Budget has of 'eons= ithe great toPii, of I uonyersatio
24 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
Art" 24, 1842. ptpcztal arlliament. In the House of Commons, April 16, Mr. Ferried gave sotto, of the to me

Art" 24, 1842. ptpcztal arlliament. In the House of Commons, April 16, Mr. Ferried gave sotto, of the to me

of bit motion for the t7tb WM. in respect to the manufacturing (Bikinis. It seta forth simply that it is the duty of the Government to take into consideration tow to relieve the prevailing distress. Subsequently ?dr. Scully gave nee ice of an amendment that is equsily the duty o
24 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
Odin and dab.

Odin and dab.

Why is a glutton like a ghost ? Because he's always a gobbling. A single woman has generally but a single purpose, and we all know what that is. "Patrick," said his master, "how long has it been since you left Ireland T' "Ei ghteen months, air, but I've been there twice since.'
24 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE YANKEE LAUREATE'S ODE.

THE YANKEE LAUREATE'S ODE.

(TIR NEW YORK RIBALD WARM PURITY ON TEI ROYAL RARRIAGE AMA TINNTSON.) OLD Salt's daughter, from over the sea, Alexandra ! Welcome her, Bull, with melodious bleat ! Welcome her, blundering jam of the street ! Tell her "the Lion can never be beat !" Scatter the populace under her
24 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

The columns of age Paper will b e open f or f ree discussion on all suliests of general interest, but the Editor cannot undertake to be ro-spansibk for the opinions of his correspondents. All communication., should be sent to the Publisher.
24 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE CARD CHEATING SCANDAL IN

THE CARD CHEATING SCANDAL IN

PARIS. The Imperial Court, in Paris, was on Friday and Saturday engaged in hearing M. Caizado's appeal against the sentence of the Tribunal of Correctional Police, condemning him to thirteen months imprisonment, 3,000 f. fine, and, conjointly with Garcia, to 41,000 f. damages in
24 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
inumr, 24,1863 ENGLISH GRIEVANCES ABROAD; At length it has occurred to some one to draw the very particular attention of

inumr, 24,1863 ENGLISH GRIEVANCES ABROAD; At length it has occurred to some one to draw the very particular attention of

the British public to the grievances which English travellers have to submit to France (says the Court Journal). The grievances amount, in definite words, to rudeness and robbery. Why the nation who claims t o be so very polite should begin to be so disgusting on the rail—why th
24 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England