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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a murder had been perpetrated there in a mysterious manner, inquiries were made, when it appeared that a female nramed Jeffs, house- keeper to Mr Lett, No. 11 Montague place, Russell square, came by her death in a very awful Subscribers-only content

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    e felony, and sentenced to six months' imprisonment in the House of Coree tion. The late Mr Jones, and Mirs Jeffs' first husband, Mr Knio hit wereo very intimate terms. The prisoner Jones, before his bad habits were drsCh vered, Subscribers-only content

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    Mr Jeffs, was next examined. He i feather manufacture r, living at 32 Cursitor street. Had known the prisofle and his family many years. The prisoner lodged with him last sunt? and lad sometimes visited his mother (Mrs Jeffs) in Subscribers-only content

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    pantomime. We slid till the play was over, and then went home together. I had only seen ZsJie late Mirs Jeffs twice in the house in Montague place ; once in the pre- sence of Mr Knight, and once in Subscribers-only content

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    Peachey, Brighton, draper. [Bartlett and Co. Nicholas lane. C. Fenton, Clement's lane, Lombard street,plumber. [Holmes and Co. New inn. 3. Jeffs, St James's place, St James's street, perfomer. [Robin. son asd Co. Chartehbouse square. J. Martin and Martha Hall, Waterloo Subscribers-only content

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    Mes'rs Fitster ai i. Nogt te, Mr Fraser, Regent street; Me'srs Hatchaid and Se '; itt Hooper, Pallmall East; ir Jeffs, Burlington arcade; Messrs l.onooo and Co., Paternosterrow; Mr klaxon, Dosrestreet; MvrNi;;', oet street; 'Mr Parker, WestStrand-; h Pickeorig. Chancer Subscribers-only content

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    Humours of Frost Far-luck Oate5-The Old Harper's song-The -Pedlar's Pack. The Old Ledger, No. 2.-Septimus Marine Memoranda. By a Sub- Jeffs with four Illustrations. By marine. Alfred CrowquilL Summer in the Heart. By Epes Priiso of Wine. By J. M. Subscribers-only content

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    Orford and E. Nash, Birmaingham, . archiltetas'S. and G. Seekings, St Ives, minlers B. and T. Smnith, Stockport, ala brewero--J Jeffs and H. Stocker, NorthamPton, cabinet makers-W. and S. E. Clarke, Tisetford, attorneys-at-laW-J. F. Eail and Mfanr Miller, London road, Subscribers-only content

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    Petit. Par Victor Hugo. Londres, Jeffs. Napoleon the Little. By Victor Hugo. Authoris ed Translation. Vizetelly and Company. When Sir Henry Vanewas flung into the prison from which he knew that he should only pass to the scaffold,-with the blood Subscribers-only content

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    two several authorities of a Zouave's talk at the Versailles inner, and another Zouave's talk in a third-class carriage, * Jeffs, Burlington arcade. it What is preparing against England :"-InvasiOfl, which is to take place next spng at the latest. Subscribers-only content

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    mind, llistoire de la Reunion de la Lorraine a la France. Par M. le Comte d'acaussonville. Paris: Michel Ldvy. London: Jeffs. There is just now a vacancy in the French Academy, and the author of the work before us is Subscribers-only content

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    Parnell, Oxford street, linendraper-July 19, S Freeman andJ Clifford, Leicester, elastic web manufacturers-July 19, J Wootton, Leicester, builder-July 17, C Jeffs, Eockley, Nottingbamshire, leather catter- July 27, J Gnodfellow, Coventry, cabinet maker-July 19, W W, J W, and G Young, Subscribers-only content

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    of Moral and t Political Philosophy of China. Translated from the e Chinese by M. G. Pauthier. Charpentier, Paris t Jeffs, London. The merit of studying the difficult language of China, f and of translating the sacred literature of that Subscribers-only content

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    more genial inteipretatiosn of nature and life than they would have allowed. La 3l1er. By J. Milchelet. Paris : lachotte. Jeffs, London. 1861. M. Michelet's recent popularity as a quasi-naturalist has encouraged him to continue working the mine of riches Subscribers-only content

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    B3OOS OF THE WEEK. HIsToItv-' The History of England from the Accession of James the Second.' By Lord Macaulay. Volume V. Edited by his Sister, Lady Trevelyan. (Longman and Co.) BIoGRAPIIY.-' Memoir of Queen Adelaide, Consort of King William Subscribers-only content

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    BOOKS OF THE WEEK. HISTORY.-' The Twelve Great Battles of England.' In. scribed to the British Rifle Volunteers of 1860. (Low, Son, and Co.) TAivEL.-' Ten Weeks in Japan.' By George Smith, D.D., Bishop of Victoria [Hong Kong.] (Longman Subscribers-only content

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    of HINGAIIY; and oftlic interes t cisat Losrope has in the `Austrian Alliance." By l MouNs sAtIuxTm, Barrister-at-Law. London: 1. Jeffs, 15 Burlington arcade. MThis day, price 12I. Id., imperial Svo, cloth, gilt, 1 NSTIULSY IN SOLITUDE (adapted fur a Subscribers-only content

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    BOMB, OF TBE W'EEW. HIsTOrnY.-' Letters and Papers illustrative of the Wars of the English in France during the Reign of Henry the Sixth, King of England.' Edited by the Rev. Joseph Stevenson M.A., of University College, DIurham, and Subscribers-only content

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    3OOXS OF TIE WEXE. 'INDEx to the ENwCYCLOcDiA BUITANXICA, or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature.' Eighth Edition. (Adam and Charles Black.) IITEMATURE.-' Homeric Translation in Theory and Prac- tice.' A Reply to Matthew Arnold, :Esq,, Professor of Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, according to the Several Original Authorities. Edited, with a Translation, by Benjamin Thorpe, Member of the Royal Academy of Science at Munich, and of the Society of Nether- landish Literature at Leyden. Vol. Subscribers-only content

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