"...Ttic Wadk'^ News. 2S, .J874, Sir A.. Sj>carman.--^The public has just, lost a valuable servant by tfie death, at the agd of eighty-one, of the Right Hon. Sir Alexander Youiig Spearman, of Spring Hill ... , Joseph Layton, only surviving child of the late Mr. AlexanderSpearman, who was born in 1857. Sir W. yardine.-The death is announced of Sir William Jardine, the naturalist. He was born in i8oo ... , Hanwell, Middlesex,, many years Assistant-Secretary to the Treasury under the Administration of Lord Melbourne. The eldest son, of the late Major AlexanderYoungSpearman, of the Royal Artillery, by his ... of Her Majesty's Privy..."
"...Miller, the vicar of Greenwich. The death is announced of Sir AlexanderSpearman, who was for so many years Controller of the National Debt. Sir Alexander reached the age of eighty-one. The baronetcy ... descends to his grandson, Sir J. L. Spearman. Sir J. Frederick Smith, senior General and Colonel-Commandant of the Royal Engineers, has also died, at the age of eighty-two. He obtained his first commission ... , 1857, to 1865; and was the author of several important works. Sir William Jardine, Bart., a distinguished savant, died on Saturday, at the age of seventy four. , ... The case of the Rev. Charles Parnell ... Independence and taken active part in the Seven Years' War, has died suddenly at Madrid, aged eighty-nine. His funeral 'on Monday was..."
"...is to be succeeded at Lisbon by Lord Lytton.
The Death is announced of Sir AlexanderYoungSpearman, Bart., who was for many years Controller-General of the National Dept, ’
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Sir Alexander retired
taking ... Cesare-witch, whom she loved me st dearly, died at Nioe a few years ago.
The Emiekorof;Russia has been compelled to postpone his return from Livs ,dia to St. Petersburg until the beginning of Decembe ... guineas.
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in March, 1873.
Admisau Gawen, who e years ago, died on the 21st his age.
Favourable accounts h: Anna Stirling-Maxwell, who a few days ago ... , . Statistical Society on Tuesay night, He reviewed
Lahk Si uh. No. 84. the soni.oidd be entitled to the..."