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THE PICTURE TIMES.

THE PICTURE TIMES.

of the Royal Exchange, whither the Lord Mayor proceeded, and again road the foregoing communication, which was received with vociferous cheering. Throughout the country the rejoicings have been general. The intelligence of peace having been signed at Paris arrived at Windsor Cas
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
pisttilantons.

pisttilantons.

DEATH OF THE KING OF THE Girstßs.—Last week, Mr. Carter held an inquest at the George the Fourth Tavern, Gipsy- Hill, Norwood, on the sudden death of Samuel Cooper, aged sixty-two years, well known as King of the Gipsies, being the last of eleven sons of the late king, who enjoy
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE TOILETTE.

THE TOILETTE.

Chapped IJands—Cosmetics—Depilataries — F.namel of Teeth—Essences-- Freckles—Cleaning the Hair—Milk of Roses—Moist Hands—Perfumes—Pomatums—Pomatum that does not darken the Hair—To colour Pomatum—Soft Pomaturn—Spots on the Skin—Care of Teeth—Tooth-powder—To renovate Tortoiseshell
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
GOLD WATCHES.—Patent Detached Lever Movements, London-made, first-class Watches, 10, 12, 15, to 60 Guinean each.— Gold Chains in great variety.-

GOLD WATCHES.—Patent Detached Lever Movements, London-made, first-class Watches, 10, 12, 15, to 60 Guinean each.— Gold Chains in great variety.-

4 W. BENtioN, 33 Ludgate Hill. WATCHES, PLATE, JEWELLERY.— HENRY MILLS, 171 and 172 Oxford Street, respectfully solicits an Inspection of his elegant Stock of highly-finished Gold t and Silver Watches, all warranted for Twelve Months. e, Ss. d. £ s. d. Gold Horizontal Watches, J
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
CNLIN ESS.-W. G. NIXEY'S CHEMICAL N../ PREPARATION of BLACK LEAD, for imparting to Stoves a superior Brilliant Surface with ease

CNLIN ESS.-W. G. NIXEY'S CHEMICAL N../ PREPARATION of BLACK LEAD, for imparting to Stoves a superior Brilliant Surface with ease

and quickness, without waste or dust. Sold at all respectable Shops in the Kingdom. W. G. NIXEY, Patentee, 22 Moor Street, Soho, London.—CAUTION. There are various spurious imitations.
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
T HE HYGEIAN SYSTEM of MEDICINE.— REASONS for a MONUMENT to JAMES MORISON, the HYGEIST. By FRASER, of Edinburgh.—May be

T HE HYGEIAN SYSTEM of MEDICINE.— REASONS for a MONUMENT to JAMES MORISON, the HYGEIST. By FRASER, of Edinburgh.—May be

had gratis at the British College of Health, New Road, London, and by Post on enclosing a Penny Stamp.
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
FAMILY PASTIME; or, Homes made Happy. See the FAMILY FRIEND for all kinds of Puzzles, Games, Conundrums, Enigmas, Charades, &c.

FAMILY PASTIME; or, Homes made Happy. See the FAMILY FRIEND for all kinds of Puzzles, Games, Conundrums, Enigmas, Charades, &c.

Price TWOPENCE, Monthly. London: WARD and Locx, 158 Fleet Street. Sold every where.
January 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
ARRIVAL OF ZOUAVES FROM THE CRIMEA. THE grand reception given by the Emperor and nation of France to the brave

ARRIVAL OF ZOUAVES FROM THE CRIMEA. THE grand reception given by the Emperor and nation of France to the brave

warriors just returned from the campaign in the East is spoken of elsewhere. The same fleet which brought home the French army on leave also conveyed the body of Admiral Bruat to Toulon, on its.way to its last resting-place. Our Sketch represents a regiment of Zouaves, just arri
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
PERSIA.

PERSIA.

Accounts have been received from Trebizond, representing that the British Ambassador at Teheran had broken off his diplomatic relations with the Shah of Persia. The reason assigned was some personal offence.
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
El2tairts an lnutscmcats. DRURY LANE THEATRE.

El2tairts an lnutscmcats. DRURY LANE THEATRE.

A pleasant little skit upon the "Wizard of the North" was played for the first time at Drury Lane on Monday night, with complete success. Mr. Charles Mathews becomes a conjuror for the occasion, and, as may be imagined, the tricks all "go " with success. A sheriff's officer who
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England