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Week's News (Newspaper) - January 9, 1875, London, Middlesex The Week's News A London Newspaper for English Readers at Home and Vol. 210. January 9, 1875. Price 2^. PAGE Chief Intelligence of the 33 General Summary 33 What People are Saying 35 Political and 35 Scotland 3^ 37 Court and 37 Town 3 8 Foreign Intelligence 39 and 42 43 Criminal 44 45 and 46 I PAGE List of New 46 Spirit of the Press 46 Theatrical and 47 Leading 48 Latest 49 51 Military 51 Burning of the Cospatrick 52 Commercial and Monetary 54 Produce Market 55 Obituary 56 and 57 Advertisements 59 Chief Intelligence of the Alphonso's accession to the throne so caused no disturbance in The new King has left Paris for OThe first act of the French Assembly this year has been the proposal of the President and Ministers to the formation of a Second The votes Wre 42P to The ' Thp election has placed a Bonapartist helad of the The necessitate a second Lord Mayor and Sheriffs of the Majesty remains at Osborn according to will for Windsor Castle the first week in Prince and Princess of Wales are at on a visit tp the Earl of Leopold is slowly recovering from an attack of from which he has suffered for 21 thaw in ph the night of i and the ice rapidly spring like weather has succeeded the three Several lost by heavy in Scotland night of Jan. i; a trains were brought tp a stand and the passengers spent the night in the carriages without Detailed narratives of the survivors of the emigrant ship Cospatrick haVe been made Every additional confirms the that the is one annals of the ' J has been of the has been installed of the Masonic body in are for opening in a few days an extension of the underground tKat line Great ' The interference of troops at the request of Governor tp expel several members of the New Orleans i has created much Four men were on Jan. 4 for kicking in London and three at A boat accident on the Tyne at Blaydon has caused the loss of nine a strike has been joined in by 50,000 but the dispute is the hands in the Hull shipbuilding yards have The Bank was reduced on Jan. 7 from 6 to 5 The for the nine months of the financial year 51,958,726/., against 52,788,593/. last Registered at the General Post as a J General English Spanish and French may well stand in their For three weeks preceding New Year's day we did not see a green A few hours of a breath from the Gulf and in a all our snow and skating was transformation scene equalled only by the simultaneous melting away of the and of the collapse of Marshal MacMahon's schemes for strengthening and especially identifying himself with the law-abiding The Marshal Serrano's and the French have passed away in an incredibly short space of if We were prepared for anything in the way of winter when the new began given over as a people to and quite reconciled to inconvenience in every other sort of Twenty degrees of frost were The Great Western Railway had only then a lower rate of speed till the frost in the north Were blocked in Passengers spent the ness and Mi. chairman of the and South Coast was detained a couple of days on a highland railway in one such isolated train a child born in the Then came the change all There fell a freezing shower which coated thing with glassy ice. Paris had the same sort of and every one's personal adventures on New Year's night became quite heroic as told bjj the Paris It required only the touch of the pen. The helpless himself without a intimidated by a footpad who was a blind man transfixed to the ice-clad railings to which he supperless spending the night in cabs and omnibuses because they could not and the horses had could of the state of things on this side the had real danger there were six accidents in Paris from the State of the A few was floods took the of and were hung who knows when again there come a season to refurbish them 1 i ' the brief recess of Christmas the French with the took a very serious and anxious look at the political With zeal worthy of a better recompense they looked round all the political and thought they saw their way to perfect the rule of Marshal by giving him a second to prepare the way for any to which he might be glad to The result Of deliberations was carried to the it met for in a from the which set whatever might no cancelling the power delegated to him for six
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