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Page 3 from 9th February 1924
NE of the most amiable little towns in all the fair land of France boasts a gracious avenue of secular trees, bounded at one end by grey old arcaded streets and by the waters of an alpine lake at the
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Page 1 from 1st July 1922
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT HEN the news, detailed
THE MURDER OF W below, of the shooting of SIR HENRY WILSON. Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson was made known in Parliament, shortly after the tragic
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Page 4 from 13th November 1920
THE AMERICAN ELECTION
FOR once all the prophets were right, but not the boldest foresaw the completeness of the Re-publican triumph. In the Electoral College MR. HARDING can count on 4.04 v
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MR. HERBERT WILSON AND MISS EVELYN C. B. COOKE.
The marriage between Mr. Herbert Wilson, youngest son of the late Alfred Wilson, J.P., formerly of Oakhill House, Seven-oaks, and Evelyn, dau
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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS.
WILSON—BARRY.—On June 19, at St. Mary's, Cadogan Street, S.W., by the Rev. Louis Yalluet, George Robert Stewart Wilson, Captain R.E., son o
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THE REV.. ANATOLE DURAND, O.F.M.
A long period of suffering, borne with fortitude and resignation, closed on February 7 by the death of the Rev. Anatole (Emmanuel Marie Joseph) Durand, O.F.
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A PROPHET'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
Lebensweg and Lebenswerk. Ein moderns Propheten-leben. Von P. ALBERT MARIA WEISS, O.P. Mit. 2 Biklnissen. (8vo, XIV. u. 530 s.) Freiburg i. Br. 1925, Herder. M.8.
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ST. ANDREWS AND EDINBURGH
CLERICAL APPOINTMENTS.—The Rev. James Hart has been transferred from the church of the Immaculate Conception, Kelso, to Cowie, near Stirling. The Rev. Octave Coutt
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Page 18 from 1st July 1922
The Wilson Murder: Sinn Fein Statements.—Both Mr. Griffith and Mr. de Valera lost no time in giving expres-sion to their views of the murder, in London, of Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson. Mr. Griffit
EPISCOPAL ENGAGEMENTS Premium
Page 15 from 12th January 1929
His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop has the follow-ing engagements for the remainder of this month :— January 14, Monday, Archbishop's House : Presides at meeting of Permanent Committee of National