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MARRIAGE ,GROUP. MADAME TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION._. BAZAR, BAKER-STREET, ,PORTMAN-SQUARE. nrat MAJESTY in her Nuptial Dress of Honiton Point Lace, by Miss

MARRIAGE ,GROUP. MADAME TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION._. BAZAR, BAKER-STREET, ,PORTMAN-SQUARE. nrat MAJESTY in her Nuptial Dress of Honiton Point Lace, by Miss

Bidney, ananufacturer of the whole of the lace for her Majesty's bridal attire, and PBI NCB ALBERT, in his Pied-Marshal's Uniform, With the Archbishop of Canterbury kerforming the august ceremony. Madame TUSSAUD and SONS respectfully announce the above addition. Admittance Is. O
June 7, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
Foolscap Bvo., illustrated by numerous Woodcuts, by Baxter, 6s. 6d., cloth lettered, THE SEA-SIDE COMPANION: OR, MARINE NATURAL lIISTORY. By

Foolscap Bvo., illustrated by numerous Woodcuts, by Baxter, 6s. 6d., cloth lettered, THE SEA-SIDE COMPANION: OR, MARINE NATURAL lIISTORY. By

Miss ROBERTS. "This is just such a book as the curious in Natural history ought to have with them in their rambles on the sea-side The woodcut embellishments (by Baxter) are in the finest style of the art."—Sunday Times. 2. By the same Authoress, Foolscap Bvo., with several supe
June 7, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.

ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.

EMOTION OF HER MAJESTY. When her Maj es t y returne d to the palace with h er R oyal Consort on Wed nes d ay evenin she was so over come b y her g, after the traitorous a tt empt upon . their lives, we un d erstan d that feelings, which up t o t h a t time had sustained he r cou
June 14, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
CONDUCT SINCE HIS ARREST.

CONDUCT SINCE HIS ARREST.

After the prisoner was taken into custody and conveyed to the station-house in Gardner 's-lane, Westminster, he appeared very anxious to ascertain how the Queen and the Prince sustained the attack he had made upon them, and on being told that neither appeared at all alarmed, the
June 14, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
BRITISH INSTITUTION, PALL-IVIALL.

BRITISH INSTITUTION, PALL-IVIALL.

This excellent institution, founded for the purpose of promoting the Fine Arts in the United Kingdom, opened for the second exhibition of the season last Monday, with a collection of some of the works of the ancient masters, which the different proprietors have forwarded to the
June 14, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
In answer to a qUestion by Mr. MACLEAN, Lord PALmEasroN said the attempt made by Mr. Mandeville and Admiral Dupotet,

In answer to a qUestion by Mr. MACLEAN, Lord PALmEasroN said the attempt made by Mr. Mandeville and Admiral Dupotet,

on the behalf of England and France, to arrange the disputes relating to the blockade of Buenos Ayres, having failed, the . subject had been referred to the French Government. . _ The noble Lord also stated, in reply to Colonel Baillie, that no report would be presented from Mr.
June 14, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
" Pauci taciturn dolorem continebant."—Liv.

" Pauci taciturn dolorem continebant."—Liv.

As manhood approaches, the human form, countenance, voice, and the whole intellectual character, rapidiy undergo a revolution. Love is the end and sum of life, creating image after image of ideal perfection. But in the present state of society, pure and virtuous enjoyment is oft
June 14, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
MORISON'S PILLS.

MORISON'S PILLS.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the business of the British College of Health, Hamilton Place, New Road, London, will be carried on as heretofore under the name of "JAMES MomeoN, the Ifygeist." This notice is rendered necessary in consequence of the numerous imitations of the medic
June 21, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
THE AGRICULTURAL CHRONICLE.

THE AGRICULTURAL CHRONICLE.

Importance of Agriculture.—From the earliest ages every country which had attained a permanent degree of prosperity has had the foundation of its riches laid in agriculture. Egypt supplies the first and most prominent example. On the other hand, all those states who, confined in
June 21, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
MODE OF TRIAL.

MODE OF TRIAL.

The Attorney-General, we understand, will conduct the prose-. cution, assisted by some of the counsel usually employed in Government prosecutions, and Mr. Maule, the solicitor for the Treasury. The prisoner will be tried agreeably to the provisions of the 39th and 40th of George
June 21, 1840 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England