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OUR LONDON LETTER. It has probably been long forgotten that an attempt was made 00 one occasion to subject a

OUR LONDON LETTER. It has probably been long forgotten that an attempt was made 00 one occasion to subject a

poem of Mr. Swinburne's to Parliamentary Criticism, with a view to the tion of the writer. Patrick O'Brien, on August 5, , addressed a question to the late Mr. kV. H. Smith as to the course proposed to be taken the Government in respect to a poem of Mr. Swinburne's in the l '"Pi
16 April 1909 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE OASES OF LONDON.

THE OASES OF LONDON.

To the EDITOR THE WESTMINSTER GAZETTE. SlR,—Many who have an affection for the wekome green spots in the Metropolis mentioned in your paragraph yesterday are probably unaware of the existence in the West End of a tiny patch of grass, with a flower-bed in the centre, completely d
16 April 1909 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
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16 April 1909 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
FREE TRADE UNION MEETINGS. Saturday, April 17.—Mr. W. A. Harrison, Mid-Derby Mr. F. Rodger, Tavistock Division; Mr. Stafford 13. Whitby,

FREE TRADE UNION MEETINGS. Saturday, April 17.—Mr. W. A. Harrison, Mid-Derby Mr. F. Rodger, Tavistock Division; Mr. Stafford 13. Whitby,

Holderness Division; Mr. A. S. Doran, Leicester: Mr. J. A. Oglesby, S.F. Essex ; Mr. Johit Hilton, Brighton; Mr. John listen, Bristol; 11r. F. J. Shaw, Spen Valley Division; Mr. C. F. Lamble, lioxton, 7; Mr. H. W. Nettleship, Fulham Palaceroad, 8. Monday, April 19.—Mr. H. C. All
16 April 1909 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
FRENCH POST OFFICE TROUBLES.

FRENCH POST OFFICE TROUBLES.

Paris, Friday.—A general meeting of the employees of the Central Office in the Rue de Grenelle was held yesterday evening. A resolution was adopted rejecting in advance any general scheme regulating the status of officials of the Postal, Telegraph, and Telephone Departments, and
16 April 1909 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
EXCLUSIVE AND DISTINCTIVE

EXCLUSIVE AND DISTINCTIVE

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30 May 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
BALL RISES SHARPLY.

BALL RISES SHARPLY.

The ball rase sharply frame this green/ and struck him over the Mart. Stephenson staggered forward and fieldsmen rushed to support him. He collapsed into their arms. A doctor was summoned and was on the field within three minutes, but all tie could do was to pronounce the man I
30 May 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
STOCK MARKETS

STOCK MARKETS

LYONS DIVIDEND PROSPECTS. MARKETS AND THE HOLIDAYS.
30 May 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
OF PATIENCE BEACHED." TRADING OFFER.

OF PATIENCE BEACHED." TRADING OFFER.

CONDITIONAL PERMITS TO ARCOS STAFF. THE British Note to the Soviets severing diplomatic relations and requesting the Soviet Diplomatic Mission and the Russian Trade Delegation to withdraw from the country was sent, by Foreign Office messenger, to the Soviet Embassy at Chesham Ho
28 May 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PREMIER ON TI L E FRANCHISE. NOT PRACTICAL TO RAISE THE AGE. NO " WAR " WITH RUSSIA. With

THE PREMIER ON TI L E FRANCHISE. NOT PRACTICAL TO RAISE THE AGE. NO " WAR " WITH RUSSIA. With

the promise to women of votes at the of I. on an equality with men many Tory Associations have r-liggested that opportunity should he taken to maltv the age in both 25. Speaking to Women Unionists at the Albert Hall yesterday, however. the Prime Minister declared that it was not
28 May 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England