"...of the late Mr. JamesAlbery will be interred at Kensal-green to-morrow. The funeral will leave 8, Melina-place, Grove-end-road, at twelve o’clock.
Mr, and Mrs. Gladstone received on Saturday afternoon ... expired while being removed to the hospital. He was well dressed, and about fifty years of age. A search of his papers failed to elicit any information as to his identity.
The pugilist J. L. Sullivan has ... and two other persons were killed, and several injured. The military had to be called out to restore order.
Two persons are about to set out from Geneva on a walking tour to the Paris Exhibition
"..., Charlea Algernon Whitmon*, M.P., and Nicholae Wood.
The remains of the late Mr. JamesAlbery were interred at Kensal-^reen Cemetery yesterday afternoon. The Rev. H. E. Johnston, the chaplain, ofiiciateJ ... of hb achieve-luent, great as it was, be in any way mag-uned. CoLi^BUS, it must be remembered, died without being aware of the extent of hii discovery. The shore which Bodrigo de TjaiANA saw from ... came to the front in the years immediately following CoLUiavs’e death. 7hen it WM that Vasco de Bauboa, escaping irum his oreditors in a cask on board Encisco’s ship, crossed the Isthmus of Panama, and
".... The police of the district have been strongly reinforced as a precautionary measure.
THE FUNERAL OF MR. JAMESALBERY.
The remains of the late Mr. JamesAlbery were interred at Kensal-green Cemetery yesterday ... on account of Eastern Roumelian tribute, which were due on the 13th July and the 1,3th inst. __DEATH OF MDME. PUZZI.
The death is announced, at her residence in Harley-street, after a long tllness ... , and Sontag down to the vocalists of almost the present day. Mdme. Puzzi’s husband died in 1876.
GOOD MORNING! seu ued Paabs’ Soat?—LAoimlQUICKSANDS ON THE WELSH COAST.
A PERILOUS ADVENTURE.
The Rev. George T..."
"...last night that the con;lition of Mr. Wilkie Colluis was about the same as that previous^ recorded.
The remains of the late Mr. JamesAlbery will be interred at Keiisal-green, and the funeral wiU move ... , Bryanston-sqnare, who died oil tbo 4th ult., aged seventy-six years, and was the youngest son of the late Mr. Wm. Hy. Fellowes, of Ramsey, M.P., and uncle of the present Lord De Kamsey. The sole executor ... Committee appointed to establish a national Memorial at Plymouth in celebration of the Tercentenary of the defeat of the Spanish Armada has entrusted tbe commission to Afr. W. C. Mav. The Monument ... in spirits. On Saturday he went iuto hospital, where, daring the temporary abseuce ot the nume, he cut his throat, aud ..."
"...the days when the star of Albery was in the ascendant. Henry James Byron has passed away, bearing with him an inexhaustible fund of quips and cranks and word-distortions. I-Ie still lives through ... with the historical method, and does not regard it as merely a string of plays to be forgotten as soon as noticed, to hear, without a certain feeling of sadness and of the vanity of human wishes, of the death of James ... August 21, 1889.}LONDON AND BRIGHTON.
3JAMESALBERY AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES.
It is impossible for a man who trios to deal with the acted dranv.t, as for as practicable in accordance ... at the Criterion, a house for which JamesAlbery had done so much, though..."
"..., and that when the day comes fOr the avenging of Slivnitza the Bulgarians may prepare to seal their own death warrant. Other articles are devoted to scurrilous abuse of Austria, asking if she is aware that her ... of Tithes.
The memorial signed by members of the House of Commons in favour of the commutation of the sentence on Mrs, Maybrick was banded in to the Home Secretary last night. There are eighty ... . His Grace’s health has much improved during his stay abroad.
The death is announced at Folkestone of Lieot. General Wcare, C.IJ. He entered the Army in 1841, and retired with honorary rank in 1881. He ... to England to get some sea bathing for the sake of his health, A Thuringian paper, however, gives a very different version of the affair. It states that “ the Duke's sudden illness, which rendered necesiar ... of moral text bMki.BOtUJTOISM..."
"...her winters at St. Leonards. .' # * % Another death last week which I regretfully have to record is that of Mr. JamesAlbery, the dramatist, and husband of Miss Mary Moore, of the Criterion Theatre ... of the reasons put forward are to say the least eccentric. Most debtors are still content with the pleas of illness, trade competition, insufficient capital, depression of trade, and the like. But the craftier ... to join the Princess of Wales and the Princesses Victoria and Maud. Let us hope that by then he will be completely recovered. * * * M. Damala, the husband of Sarah Bernhardt, died in Paris on Sunday ... , that there was a mistake somewhere. But he was innocently in search of information. * # Everybody in society will regret the death of Viscountess Combermere,..."