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4 THE TOMAHA WK. [January i, 1870. _
NEXT WEEK. GRAND ALMANACK AND NEW YEAR'S...
LONDON, JANUARY 1, 1870.
It is said that the doctors in Ireland w...
The new Bankruptcy Act will come into op...
We rejoice to learn that the Archbishop ...
AN Irish attack upon the Militia Barrack...
There is (we are told) no truth in the r...
The Volunteers are to be put upon a bett...
Having made a bungle of the strangling o...
Whatever may be the shortcomings of othe...
TOO MUCH OF A BAD THING.
The We reverend have not respondent yet ...
AMBASSADORS VERY EXTRAORDINARY.
Chinese We are Ambassadors sorry to hear...
A MUSIC HALL MISSIONARY.
satisfi Mr e . d Arthur with the Lloyd r...
A CLASS PREJUDICE .
A letter headed " Sir Stafford Northcote...
4 The Tomaha Wk. [January I, 1870. _
4 THE TOMAHA WK . [ January i , 1870 . _
Next Week. Grand Almanack And New Year's...
NEXT WEEK . GRAND ALMANACK AND NEW YEAR'S NUMBER OF THE TOMAHAWK .
London, January 1, 1870.
LONDON , JANUARY 1 , 1870 .
THE WEEK .
It Is Said That The Doctors In Ireland W...
It is said that the doctors in Ireland will be soon arrested as believers in fiJiysic-allfoi'ce I
The New Bankruptcy Act Will Come Into Op...
The new Bankruptcy Act will come into operation on New Year ' s Day . Most bankrupt cases will be tried in future at the Old Bailey .
We Rejoice To Learn That The Archbishop ...
We rejoice to learn that the Archbishop of Canterbury is better . What ( as the French world * would say ) would the English Church do without its Tite ?
An Irish Attack Upon The Militia Barrack...
AN Irish attack upon the Militia Barracks at Salford was expected on Tuesday last . The Fenians ( like the French Democrats ) seem to be partial to the raid ( red ?) .
There Is (We Are Told) No Truth In The R...
There is ( we are told ) no truth in the report that the new piece at the Gaiety , entitled Wat Tyler ^ M . P ., is a tragedy . On the contrary , we are given to understand it is a sort of secondrate burlesque .
The Volunteers Are To Be Put Upon A Bett...
The Volunteers are to be put upon a better footing . They are to receive a larger capitation grant , and their officers are to be taught their duty . This last idea will give the drill instructors a gigantic amount of work !
Having Made A Bungle Of The Strangling O...
Having made a bungle of the strangling of the late Mr . Hinson , of Wood Green , the veteran man-slaughterer Calcraft ( we believe ) , will shortly retire . Next year he will be elected ( so it is whispered ) to a seat on the Hanging Committee of the Royal Academy .
Whatever May Be The Shortcomings Of Othe...
Whatever may be the shortcomings of other churchmen , Archdeacon Denison has again promptly played his part as Pantaloon in the Christmas Piece of Harlequin Bishop Trower and the Tragedy of Exeter . The venerable gentleman , whose motto iswe understandVox et jprcrterea nihilhas discovered
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Too Much Of A Bad Thing.
TOO MUCH OF A BAD THING .
The We Reverend Have Not Respondent Yet ...
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Ambassadors Very Extraordinary.
AMBASSADORS VERY EXTRAORDINARY .
Chinese We Are Ambassadors Sorry To Hear...
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A Music Hall Missionary.
A MUSIC HALL MISSIONARY .
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A Class Prejudice .
A CLASS PREJUDICE .
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Tomahawk (1867-1870), Jan. 1, 1870, page 4, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_01011870/page/4/