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ACCIDENT TO THE SCOTCH LIMITED MAIL.

ACCIDENT TO THE SCOTCH LIMITED MAIL.

On Tuesday morning, about half-past six o'clock, the London Scottish tourist train, consisting of twelve carriages, ran into a mineral van near Motherwell, twelve miles from Glasgow. The engine .and tender went over an embankment, and the van was smashed to pieces. The fireman,
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
MARYLEBONE.

MARYLEBONE.

AGAINST A BRoxER.--Isaac Johnson, a broker ' carrying on business at Upper Lissonstreet, Lisson-grove, appeared to answer a summons Which charged him with an excessive distress. Mr. Sampson, solicitor, appeared for the prosecution. It appears that the prosecutric, Mrs. Harriet M
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
BRISTOL.

BRISTOL.

A verdict of "Wilful murder" was returned by a coroner's jury against Edwin Bailey on Tuesday, for the murder of his illigitimate child, Sarah Jenkins. The child died from the effects of poison,, administered by its mother, Mary Susan Jenkins, in the shape of a powder: The powde
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
The Weekly Echo. ELECTION OF LORD MAYOR.

The Weekly Echo. ELECTION OF LORD MAYOR.

Monday being Michaelmas Day, the Liverymen of the City of London proceeded to nominate two candidates for the office of the Lord Mayor for the ensuing year. Mr. Alderman Lusk, M.P., and Mr. Alderman Stone, the members of the 'Council next in rotation, were designated, and Mr. Lu
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
OLD BOOKS.

OLD BOOKS.

CATALOGUES of Curious, Rare, and Interesting Books, in all Classes of Literature, and all Languages, may be had gratis of SAMUEL PALMER, 335, STRAND, LONDON, who has always on hand a large stock of old and curious articles for inspection. County Collectors, and Collectors for Fa
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRICAL LIBEL CASE'.

THE THEATRICAL LIBEL CASE'.

On Tuesday, at the Guildhall, before Alderman Sir R. W. Carden, Mr. Fiske, proprietor of the Hornet, appearhd in answer to a summons taken out by Mr. Clement Scott for alleged libels, published in the Hornet of July 5, and subsequent dates. Mr. Walter Ballantyne appeared for the
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
SEIOCKING OUTRAGE AT KING'S-CROSS.

SEIOCKING OUTRAGE AT KING'S-CROSS.

A man named William Mansfield now lies in the Calthorpe Ward of the Royal Free Hospital in, it is believed, a dying state. He has for two years past supplied the cabmen at the Great Northern Railway with water for their horses, and he states that on Friday evening a rival in his
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED.

BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED.

Philpott, James, Westminster Bridge-road, oil and colourman. BANKRUPTS. Notice of adjudications and First Meetings of Creditors. To Surrender under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Davies, Robert, Queen's-road, Miles Platting, near Manchester, grocer, Oct. 17, Manchester. Gyll, E. Gord
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
OCTOBER 4, 1873.

OCTOBER 4, 1873.

kitT IMPOLITAN MEAT MARKET, WEDNESDAY.-Thert lh a heavy trade doing in this morning's market, but to , m alteration in price from yesterday's quotations, tlie stock was fair. Prices stand at present at 8113, by th e carcase. -I n f er i or b ee f , S s . 4d. t o Middling ditto,
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England
 
GATHERINGS.

GATHERINGS.

Lord Houghton presided at the annual meeting of the Social Science Congress, which, commenced its sittings yesterday at Norwich. In his inaugural address his lordship referred to the Consolidation of the Law Courts, International Arbitration, Extradition of Criminals. Sanitary L
04 October 1873 - Weekly Echo - London, London, England