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NOTICE.

NOTICE.

AFTER the present week the "PICTURE TIMES" will be combined with the "ILLUSTRATED TIMES" Newspaper, and the publication mill take place at the Office of the latter Paper, 148 Fleet Street. The "ILLUSTRATED TIMES" consists of 16 Folio Pages, and contains numerous Engravings of th
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE PICTURE TIMES. Varliamatarg flt,ttl4cnzt.

THE PICTURE TIMES. Varliamatarg flt,ttl4cnzt.

' HOUSE LORDS. 4.—The Agricultural Statistics Bill.—On the order to go into committee on this bill, Lord DERBY said he concurred in the objects of the bill, b,ut he had doubts as to how it could be carried out. It was desirable to conciliate the prejudices entertained by farmers
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
HELIGOLAND.

HELIGOLAND.

This Island, in the North Sea, of which the English took possession in 1807, is nearly opposite the mouth of the Elbe, and contains about 3000 inhabitants, many of whom are excellent pilots. It is nine miles in circumference. RYEN CHURCH, HITTERDAL. .... 1 0 ) ...„,., . ..,..,..
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
EASTER SUNDAY AT THE POLISH CAMP AT SCUTARL-46 After some days of bad weather," says a correspondent, "the sky brightened

EASTER SUNDAY AT THE POLISH CAMP AT SCUTARL-46 After some days of bad weather," says a correspondent, "the sky brightened

on Easter Sunday with all the gladness of spring. In the morning the solemn service of the day was performed in a chapel purposely arranged for the occasion, the congregation remaining in the open air. General Zamoyski arrived at the barracks at ten o'clock; divine service comme
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
SPOI?TLSG LYTELLIGENCE.

SPOI?TLSG LYTELLIGENCE.

BETTING AT TATTEBSALL'S.—CLOSING PhICES. TWO-YEAR-OLD STAKES (EPSOM). 3 to 1 agst Mr. T. Parr's Apathy (taken). CITY AND SUBURBAN HANDICAP. 4 to 1 agst Mr. T. Parr's Fisherman (taken and offered). 4 to 1 agst Mr. Howard's St. Hubert (0 to 2 taken freely). 8 to 1 agst Mr. Payne's
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
Two-YEAIL-OLD STAKES.

Two-YEAIL-OLD STAKES.

Apathy 1 Timmld ...................... 2
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
TO MILLINERS AND DRAPERS.

TO MILLINERS AND DRAPERS.

Q, PENCE and hbef-lANAN, 77 and 78 St. Paul's KJ Churchyard, are now showing SEVERAL LOTS of NEW SPRING GOODS, many of them at half their original Price. S. and B.'s Spring Deliveries of Spitalfields and Manchester SILKS, St. Etienne, Lyons, and Paris' BONNETINGS, French and Cov
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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THE CHEAPEST BOOK IN THE WORLD. [This Column is devoted to the announcement of the Contents of the "ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE," Volume the Fourth, which is just published. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. WITH BRAIITIFITLLT-EXECIITED PORTRAITS. Angustina Saragossa—Baroness Von der
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
POSTSCRIPTUM OF GOSSIP.

POSTSCRIPTUM OF GOSSIP.

The "ENGLISHWOMAN'S' DOMESTIC MAGAZINE" is issued in Monthly Twopenny numbers, and in yearly Half-crown volumes, neatly bound. Every Bookseller in the empire sells the "ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE ;" but if any difficulty occurs in procuring it in town or country, lily volu
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
A CHILD'S BOOK, LONG WANTED FOR THE VERY YOUNG. BESSIE'S and JESSIE'S FIRST BOOK. Price 2s. 6d. Size, folio fcp.

A CHILD'S BOOK, LONG WANTED FOR THE VERY YOUNG. BESSIE'S and JESSIE'S FIRST BOOK. Price 2s. 6d. Size, folio fcp.

with Coloured Illust ra ti ons , an d th e St or i es i n wor d s o f not more than three letters, and in large type. The aim of this book is to interest Children from the very first in their reading. DEAN and Sows, 31 Ludgate Hill, three doors west of Old Bailey, Juvenile Book
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England