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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    niwynban owsg a bywydd." I E R WD Y ,t A, M. Q oT ,MH £ff dI a Cty !i1 ALMER aB Bi FAB, Uain7,T-9'Wad ,fter detnyddlo 'Balm~lalS--nis-PowRLL Mam-la~ver Iwevo flynyddoadd, hyiryd yw geny!ddwyn tyAtlOlaetR i'a efeithisn aeghym- harolfel-poergyffer. Yrvy7t'bob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    capsule, embossed u-ir an emblem of the British Lion, and the insnription, T. TAYLOR, 38 Brooke street, moihorn bars. P ALMER Ilad CO.'S DECIMAL PALM e CANDLES (te o toohe p.)ive thelighof three Ardinfry Tallow Condles, reqiire no snuffing, and Subscribers-only content

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    MARY HOWITTs NEW JUVENILE WORK. In a handsome prt voiunme; price 2s Od. bound and gild, M In OW STORY; or, Autobiography of a Child. A Talo, forming part of a Series (to be completed in Thiteen CV'olkte of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO LITERAPY GrEkTL} MFRN;,-it Gentleman, JLcapableof vriting on the ureret topies of the day/ bavrgaknow- ledge of the French language, and able to translate txe German and Spanish, who would deVote his time to aid in the general arrangment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    file BA'ILEY, of Aien House, 7f und 78 St IPaul's Churchyard, under the new fleas of BAILEY and RIITCHIEI. P ALMER and CO's PATENT MINBIMUMN CANDL E ILAMPS 'and P 1TENT MTINIM UM CANDLES tii ture ,in Clions, 0C Coe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DR CULVERWELL ON MARRIAGE, INFERTILITY, AND DIVORCE. Orthodox, anti-empirical, end oricinal, Is.; by post, Is. ad. LIGHTS and SHADES of MARRIED L ~~~~~LIFE. -'He which hath no wif, I hold him lost, Helpless and aleseldilat. 1esitbatat no child, Like Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR VERBAL ON DEFORMITIES. Now ready, price 6s. rriHE SPINE ;its Curvatures, and other Dioesesi their Symptoms, Treatment, and Care: with Be- marks on Pfrailyis, and senesertos Ctet. BY OsEsrss ThasA, M. aG.s. Surgeon to the Hospital for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mglE LADIES COLLEGE. 47 Bedford I square.-The Lectures of the next Term will commence on teth of January, 1852. A detailed Prospectus can be had from the Lady resident at the College, 47 Bedford square. ODD ES D ON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iNext werlcfeop. See. T HE POLITICAL EXPERIIENCE of the T ANC I ENTS, in its bearing upon MODERN TIMES. By 'Gl r5ova Tle .IthSInE~lrE John Murray, Albcemarle street. -' Noo ready, price 1 . IIE FINANCES and T'RADE of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    /lR NEATE has the honour to announce l1d shat his SECOND SOIREE will take place st the New Meethoven RIooms, 27iQunen Anne street, on WEDNESDAY, the 3rd of March.-Progctramme: Quartetts by Haydn, Mozartand Beethoven, executeu by MM. Sainton, Cooper. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TR IIA:LSE'S FIVE GUINEA NI~APPARATUSES are now ready....Iflslids are solicited to send to Mr Wmt fase, of 2Breu swtoksqoareLondon. fOris Pamphlet on MEDICAL OGLYANISM, L h3hw ill be fdhe warded on recipt of two postage atesnpip. 1itwill lee found Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gff ALLERY of BRONZES d'ART.-F. A BRBEDIENNE and Co. of Paris, resPectfully inform the British public that a complete colleotion of their MA'I'lE- BtATICAL RiEDUCTIONS, by the process of M. Collas, from the chefs-dwuoovre of Antique and Modera Statuary Subscribers-only content

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    PUB~LIO AMUJSEMENITS. 1IBATRE ROYAL-CLOSED until August 7, for ~[ eleer~'_BANKHOL~i5At', Auguist 7.'YOUTH.' OF WVALES THEATRE. LAST SxIX nIG HTS Or DIADAME EMILY SOLDENE. ~ ~oday, WgNE5~vAilS SAS)RAY NEXT, V100111 BENFITof 1114me. SOLDENE. '1GENEVWE'fl Pil 7R xtra doors at 6.W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ]Iys; Telegraph Construction and Gnauiten. once, 301/4. CORPORATION STOCKtS-COLONIAL AND FOREIGN.- I BuslNzEss Dozr.x-.City of Boston (U.S.) 56'; Sterling Loan Almer i0c1an 50%;ty ~ ditof Mntreal, 83; SteRing, 106; City ef usher, 6% Cons. 861 FINANCIAL LAD AND INVESTMEINT.-BUSTrmesR Baira-Credit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aeR,:eds. .O.mmdes. Tolt jleteo&, COby Mabel .b Wa~e hod ns ed- Ioe bttso Alrpolatmet >*i' brat J.nressa I. a0aeji end 'Almer R Ral' Furulturo Dinin Room FiMrl- a that'. 'tia4sOldn -lnoin Jlulr Ds, Spanieh ma- a S.2. il. booer-'Pedestal-Sialeboard wl-Wrmin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FRANCE AN-) .N.. ,. .I-k t -N C N .1 'THE BATTLE AT LANG KEP, CHINESE LOSSES, 3,500. MEN. . ~~~[nnu~'s TELEOAMTS.] ] PARIS, OCTOBER 10. The. Minister of Marine has received from ] General Briere de Lisle a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUAfTION~S VACANT (contd.) ifl'1~'INV'I'.~T-(,(ii4~Tt Tn1es for goodl General Hssn'L-( d W 1'n:C~e,', Vn am Wu:onWorks, 13, 101, Aston Rn. til ~ 71;: 1 G~ll 11 e,-o~stt ser,'for grod wo,1rk~nant. Also,, an :;sros,-r;., ti,,-a~o~e,-T 2'. lice-,N-?,-wtvtn Iow. el?09_ t~o~o t~r~-s- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A MIUS.BMENTS- r II 1 A1 TlK IROYAxLI, 'IR-IIIMINGHfAM.N [r.11 1,IDAYX ANrI TO ml(Fizo7w lOATA'Ii')f.\'t). AT 7 3). T'Ili r. 'I CtI J IFXP N M I fI I II :l IlNN'iE MIIN 5N 11'v- :117. Ttw e 'b,-r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IER BIRMINGHAM MOURNING AND MUNBRAL WAREHOUSE, 0, NAW ST'JUI:X, BIIIRINGHAM. 1MACH and BARKER reapeetfully JD mu lte pullo tten! 00totoeir eatlenivol3te ed BLACK DRESS SrLJS, CRAPES, ?ARAWATTAS, HENRIETTA, PF11NORlA0 AND COBURG CLOTHS, rPrNTS, GINGHAMS. AND EVRTY ArTILM NESSARY FORBA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRrIXQHAM, I :; Or from any respectable Confectioner In Town o" Country. 321 DIP CANDLES TO BURN wITHOUt SNUFFwING P ALMER and CO.'S VICTORIA SNUJFFLESS. 'lDDIPS, inenufactured of ire proved mraterinsie free fromz emned, as t~oed erslosur, nisy be carried Subscribers-only content

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