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Hong Kong Daily Press, 1871-06-15

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CONGRATULATORY TELEGRAMS.
CHINA SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH COMPANY LIMITED HONGKONG.
The Following is a translation of the telagramalluded to. It was sent by a number of the leading.
To Lord Kimberly London. The Chinese mereantile commanity of Hongkong.
Another interesting intercommunieation of the same kind has taken place, in the form of the following telegrams.
NISI PRIUS.
QUIETA NON MOVERE.
DISORDERLY.
DISMISSED.
HAWEING BLOOD.
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION.
A FALSE ACCUSATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.
STEALING FROM A SHOP.
AN AFFECTING SCENE.
A JUDGE SENTENCING AN CLD SCHOOLMATE TO BE HANGED.
N. C. B. OF THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY.
PROCLAMATION BY THE SHANGHAI HSIEN REGARDING NATIVE BANKS.
SUPPLIED TO THE DAILY PAESS.
THE QUEENSIAND SLAVE-TRADE.

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Hong Kong Daily Press, 1871-06-15
Bib ID
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NPDP18710615
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Hong Kong : Hong Kong Daily Press Ltd.
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1871-06-15
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English
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NPDP18710615
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CONGRATULATORY TELEGRAMS. CHINA SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH COMPANY LIMITED HONGKONG. The Following is a translation of the...
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Newspapers and Periodicals Reading Area, 4-5/F Hong Kong Central Library
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