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444 P, npRAGES.

444 P, npRAGES.

The creation of a peerage for life in the person of liaron farkenow Lor4 Wensleydale—has excited a g6,oddeal of jealousy amongst he Ptictlers for constitutional doetrhie, who see in it a dangerous BrFeedent. Lo rd importance the dispute,rd Lyndhurst ivhich had hitherto been to t
February 9, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF 'COMMONS.

HOUSE OF 'COMMONS.

FEB. I.—The Guards' Memorial.—ViSeolliit G.ODERICII begged to ask Mr. Peel , vvfiether hi s attent i on had heeti directed to a memorial lately addressed by the colonels of the respectiVe regiments of Foot Guar& to her Majesty the and whether it was the intention of the Governme
February 9, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL

NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL

Increased supplieii of both tpwriand eountry killed meat have been on Sale bpre. Generally speaking, the demand is in a sluggish state, as (allows
February 9, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
USEFUL BOOKS, INDISPENSABLE TO ALL. Third Thousand, price 28. 6d. cloth; by Post, free. I NDISPENSABLE. -LIVE and LEARN A

USEFUL BOOKS, INDISPENSABLE TO ALL. Third Thousand, price 28. 6d. cloth; by Post, free. I NDISPENSABLE. -LIVE and LEARN A

GUIDE for all who wish to SPEAK and WRITE CORRECTLY. " 'Live and Learn' is an excellent book. We look it as really INDISPENSABLE. We advise our readers to imitate our example, procure the book, and sell it not at any price."—Educational Gazette. READ AND REFLECT. —Price Is. clot
February 9, 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 Ilustrations, and the Stories in words of not more than three letters, and in large type. The aim of this book is to interest Children from the very first in th;ir reading, by indulging them in their natural love for a Tale. DEAN and Sows, 31 Ludgate Hill, time doo
February 9, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
VOR the BENEFIT of SUFFERING HUMANITY.— A. A Retired Gentleman, having cured himself of Indigestion and Nervous Debility, accompanied with

VOR the BENEFIT of SUFFERING HUMANITY.— A. A Retired Gentleman, having cured himself of Indigestion and Nervous Debility, accompanied with

Deafness and Defect of Sight, after suffering for Upwards of twenty-five years, thinks it his duty to make the Remedy known for the benefit of the Afflicted. He will, therefore, forward the particulars for the cure of the same on receipt of a Stamped Envelope, properly directed.
February 9, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE AND WAR DETAILS.

CORRESPONDENCE AND WAR DETAILS.

THE BARREL BRIDGE. —A n ingenious bridge, simple in character and sufficiently durable and firm, has been lately constructed across the Karabelnaia ravine, where it separates the first and second brigades of the Light Division. It is formed wholly of commissariat casks and rough
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
SUICIDE OF MIL SADLEIR, M.P.

SUICIDE OF MIL SADLEIR, M.P.

Tnn further investigation into the circumstances attending the death of Mr. Sadleir, late M.P. for Sligo, was resume d o n Monday, at the Hatnpstead W o rkhouse, before Mr. Wakley, the 'coroner for Middlesex • and as some time must elapse before a further inquiry, and as the evi
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE HEALTH OF LONDON.

THE HEALTH OF LONDON.

The returns of the London registrars continue to show a very satisfactory state of the public health. In the Week that *ended on Saturday the deaths of 1062 persons, viz. 541 males and 521 females, were registered. In the corresponding weeks of the years 1846-t,5 the average num
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England