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  2. SERIOUS EXPLOSION OF NITROGLYCERINE AT NEWCASTLE.

    THE town of Newcastle was thrown into a state of the wildest excitement on the afternoon of December 17th, arising from a terrific explosion which occurred on the Town-moor. Inspector Amos and Sub-Inspector Wallace, ...

    Article : 895 words
  3. VISIT TO PADDINGTON.

    IN compliance with a request of the Council of the Borough of Paddington, his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh passed through that borough on Thursday afternoon, and was graciously pleased to receive, and reply to, an address ...

    Article : 803 words
  4. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL.

    THE P. and O. steamer Geelong, Captain Skottowe, arrived in Port Jackson at 7.30 a.m. yesterday. We have received by her our usual files up to the 26th December, and our London ...

    Article : 2,336 words
  5. INCIDENTS OF THE EXPLOSION.

    A Mr. Clutton, a tradesman in Leather-lane, at the time of the explosion, was in his stable in Davies-street, attending to his horse, when he was struck dead on the spot. On being examined, his left breast bore the appearance of ...

    Article : 1,376 words
  6. VISIT TO THE RANDWICK ASYLUM

    His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, accompanied by the Earl and Countess of Belmore, Captain and Mrs. Boresford, Miss Gladstone, Lieutenant Haig, and Mr. Brierley, paid a visit, on Thursday afternoon, to the Asylum ...

    Article : 1,371 words
  7. ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP THE HOUSE OF DETENTION AT CLERKENWELL.

    A FENIAN outrage, the enormity of which transcends by for that at Manchester, was perpetrated in London yesterday. It Lad for its object the liberation of Fenian prisoners, as in the Manchester case. It is unnecessary to ...

    Article : 3,665 words
  8. DESTRUCTION OF HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE BY FIRE.

    ANOTHER, metropolitan theatre, on Friday night, December 6th, succumbed to that fate to which all theatres are sooner or later doomed—destruction by fire. At about fifteen minutes to 11 o'clock the passengers in the ...

    Article : 1,033 words
  9. TERRIBLE FIRE AT NEWCASTLE.

    NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE appears to be passing through an unfortunate cycle. The sound of the fatal explosion of nitroglycerine has scarcely ceased to shock the public when the telegraph brings news of another terrible fire. A splendid ...

    Article : 127 words
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