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^ ~ j^ yj 27, 1867.3 THE TOMAHAWK. 135
SONGS FOR SULTANS.
I ! tke It Sultan is encouraging for whi...
THE BELGIANS IN ENGLAND.
to We have unders extended tand, the tha...
matic Shocking Fete a bottle Usury of .—...
LADY GRUNDY ON THE HORSE GUARDS.
again "Before , " I must I close tell yo...
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been The practised economy so of success...
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^ ~ J^ Yj 27, 1867.3 The Tomahawk. 135
^ ~ j ^ yj 27 , 1867 . 3 THE TOMAHAWK . 135
Songs For Sultans.
SONGS FOR SULTANS .
I ! Tke It Sultan Is Encouraging For Whi...
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The Belgians In England.
THE BELGIANS IN ENGLAND .
To We Have Unders Extended Tand, The Tha...
to have unders extended tand , the that time had the of their Belgian stay Volunteers in England been another able mittee week , , they to the would following have entertainments been invited , , by in the addition Reception to the Com Balls - given at the Alhambra , Crernorne , & c .: — Monday—Visit to the Judge and Jury Society , Leicester Square .
Tuesday—Bal Masque at the Holborn Casino . Wednesday—Grand F 6 te de JVuit at Caldwell ' s . Thursday—Supper Dansante at the Argyle Rooms . Friday —Court Ball at the Eagle , City Road . Saturday—Early D & Je & ner at the California . Sunday—Midnight Promenade in the Haymarket .
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matic Shocking Fete a bottle Usury of . — scent The for young fifty lady sovereigns who sold to at the the Viceroy Draof Egypt , confidentially tells us that she madeygtfy per scent by the bargain .
Lady Grundy On The Horse Guards.
LADY GRUNDY ON THE HORSE GUARDS .
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been The practised economy so of successfull that valuable y in some commodity recent , state Time ceremonials , which has must commend itself to every prudent mind . We may shortly , and hope Deputations to see the Telegrap may flash h broug their ht congratulations into play in these , and matters Lord , Mayors spin out their pompous harangues along the electric wire * * w <^ B - ^ V . V The ^^ w ^ w ^ v - ^^ - ^ idea m ^ v ^ - ^^ ™ ^ of - *^ ^ B investing ^ v ^ ^ V ~^^ ^^ T ^ m W ^ B ^ B H ^ h the ^ V ^—^ ^ BV ^ Sultan ^^ ^ V * ^ P ^ B ^ BJ ^ B ^ B with W V ^ B ^ B < ^ B 1 ^ B * the ^ p * ¦ BB ^ V Garter ^ B « ^ BIB ^ ^ B > BJ ^^ P * B 1 on ^^ ^ ^*
board novel and the Queen pleasing ' s . yacht But , whilst could not it was the blowing next Foreign hard , was Monarch both on The whom Emperor this honour Theodoru is conferred s , who has , be already decorated received by Telegrap so many h 1 marks not , by of the Eng honour land ' . s favo If » our r , would suggestion be highl is y adopted gratified , , the we doubt Telegrams might take the following form : — Queen Victoria to the Emperor Theodorus .
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I send the Garter by next post . Consider yourself invested . The Emperor Theodorus ( 40 to Queen Victoria . I do . Thank you . Abyssinia By the . way Never though mind , , at though present no , there doubt we is no shall telegrap soon h send to out an army of navvies to make one if Theodorus wishes it .
There Can Be No Question That The Letter...
There can be no question that the letter-carriers are an illused post . body , for they are continually being driven from pillar to
Tomahawk (1867-1870), July 27, 1867, page 135, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_27071867/page/3/