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TO-DAY’S MISCELLANY: Ancient Shorthand. About Furs. Cripple’s Adventure. The Romance of Whitsuntide. \\Millions ..

... ransacked COLOUR Takdis—standing on feet of rubies. It Fortnightly Review, says the first ini- a)atr',r,i T'HC' RC'CT* CAor DO Persian Shah who showed Venetian Am- actual mention of it which he has to provide beauty for elegant shoulders. THE BEST SABLES. t.j ...

Published: Friday 06 June 1930
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1677 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

COLONIAL AND FOKEIGN

... recoil in Old England’s quiet and dignified retort, in her increasingly Popular Ovation, ucjt to the Cesarewitch —but to the Persian Shah. For Latest Telegraphic News and Latest Local and General News sec Page 1(». ...

Published: Saturday 28 June 1873
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 260 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Tt’RKEY

... father, independent of the Porte. ’1 he nominal supremacy of the Sultan, however, is to acknowledged. It is said that the Persian Shah has offered to assist the Sultan against the Egyptians. The Allgemeine Zeilung mentions that the negotiations between the ...

Published: Saturday 16 February 1833
Newspaper: Carlisle Patriot
County: Cumberland, England
Type: Article | Words: 297 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

MANCHESTER'S COSTLY HOBBY

... advantage area if the needs of the company made it neoeaaary, aa is hinted. Next, if not superior in tanos to the rait the Persian Shah, ia thought to have been that of the directors the North western, T.anoashrrs and Yorkshire, and Sheffield Railways, and ...

Published: Thursday 05 September 1889
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 369 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

How Peas( 4\s Swoxe Tunacco

... in Europe the social status of a man may he guessed by his dress or his equipage. in Persia it is denoted by his pipe. A Persian shah or prince ins his pipe covered with richly enamelled plates of gold and silver and incrusted with gems, such as rubies ...

Published: Friday 15 July 1892
Newspaper: Lakes Herald
County: Westmorland, England
Type: Article | Words: 332 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

INTERESTING FACTS ABOrT CRISS

... that it is the only game by nriesthoods of all beliefs. the principal piece in the game derives its name, king, from the Persian Shah, or ruler. Many men whose names have gone down to posterity. such as Charlemagne. Tamerlane, Frederick the Great. Cliarles ...

Published: Friday 02 November 1906
Newspaper: Lakes Herald
County: Westmorland, England
Type: Article | Words: 348 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Till FOWL,' or FALLING WATO

... the only game sanctioned by priesthoods of all beliefs. The principal pies in the game derives its name, king, from Use, Persian Shah, or ruler. Many men whose names bar* gone down to pmterity, such as Charlemagne. Tamerlane, I Frederick the Great, Charles ...

Published: Friday 02 November 1906
Newspaper: Heywood Advertiser
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 797 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THIS DAY'S SPIRIT OF THE PRESS

... the title of a Ministry to respect upon such incidents ao the recaption of an English representative at Pekin and of a Persian Shah in London. THE DIFFERENCES IN TIIK CABINET. Tbo Daily-Pews remarks that tbe House of Commons yesterday was compelled to ...

Published: Thursday 31 July 1873
Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 978 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

RECENT WILLS

... and the atmosphere of mellow culture of a battle that is most satisfactorily crowned with the English rendering of the Persian “shah mat (“The King is Dead—Checkmate”) these are the natural components whether played in palace or cottage. As for the fun ...

Published: Monday 16 March 1942
Newspaper: Liverpool Daily Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1021 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENCE

... various monasteries. But, besiles these, them ate also interesting Oriental writings, P4u Arabic Koxan from India, and a Persian Shah Namen, illustrated by Persian bandsi, among the rest, Of Esglish works, perhaps the ?? interesting is a poem said to have ...

Published: Thursday 08 June 1876
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1198 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. With the passing of Whitsuntide, the period when f...lks in goners' begin to think of ..

... a sum of nearly live thousand pc.mals in order to give them a fitting reception. We have seen an Egyptian Khedive and a Persian Shah in our capital before, the former being the grandfather and the latter the father of the present ruler ; and no pains were ...

Published: Saturday 09 June 1900
Newspaper: English Lakes Visitor
County: Cumberland, England
Type: Article | Words: 1347 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE SHAH AND HIS PEOPLE

... informed with ri regard at any rate to the views and statements of t. the opposition, if such a term. can be used of I ,, Persian ?? Shah of Persia is nearly I is, played out. He drinks a bottle of brandy a day. H 1e : c eonsumes hashish and oplum freely. ...

Published: Wednesday 18 November 1891
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1341 | Page: 8 | Tags: News