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THE TREATMENT OF INVALIDS IN AU) OF TMK PHYBICIAN.

THE TREATMENT OF INVALIDS IN AU) OF TMK PHYBICIAN.

THE TREATMENT INVALIDS PHYBICIAN. Recently published, poet Bvo. I"« M. THE DOMESTIC of the SICK-ROOM ; neoeeMry. ia aid of Medical Tteatmuat, lor the Core of litaeaee. By Dr. A. TODD THOMSON. There ioterfemtoe with the duties ot the atlendaut. hut sound, sensible, and dear advice
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
merous illustrations, foolscap Bvo, as slosh.

merous illustrations, foolscap Bvo, as slosh.

PRESENT FUR THE HOLIDAYS, Second Edition, with THE BOY’S COUNTRY-BOOK; exhibiting all the Amusement*, Pleasures, and Pursuits of Children in the Country. By WILLIAM Every boy the British Empire should have a copy this book; and one who delights its pages can bad boy.*— Monthly R
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
BOOKS FOR MOTHERS. BY OR. THOMAS BULL. Pbyrician-Aooaucheur to the Finsbury Midwifery Institution. 1. IJTNTS MOTHERS for the XX Health

BOOKS FOR MOTHERS. BY OR. THOMAS BULL. Pbyrician-Aooaucheur to the Finsbury Midwifery Institution. 1. IJTNTS MOTHERS for the XX Health

daring the period in the Lying-In Room. Third Edition, Enlarged, foolscap «vo, 7s doth. 8. The MATERNAL MANAGEMENT CHILDREN in Health Disease. Foolscap Bvo, cloth. •• Excellent guiles, and deserve generally known.*— Medico Review. London— Brown, Green, and
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NKW WORKS FOR CHILDRBN BY WILLIAM AND

NKW WORKS FOR CHILDRBN BY WILLIAM AND

WORKS FOR CHILDRBN BY WILLIAM AND MARY HOW ITT. Thursday. January tbe 4th, will published, square i*mo. in fancy binding, THE CHILD’S BOOK: . ,Tin - *' ■■ O* lo rm*t Book.- KOWlrr. PrißlMl. Kulb. Pnscli. .»] Oorotom. mm, lUu.tr.w* with Im. om Wood, drowo 6. fex&wt. aim, jut toody
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Ixmdon Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans.

Ixmdon Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans.

MAJOR IfAMRIB’S WORK ON AFRICA. Published this day, vole Bvu, Map and coloured Plates, £i highlands of Ethiopia • th. x A«mi.t KlihM. MM.UW lUddnor of Lmbcuwy ts the Chnstian Court of Shoe. Major C. HARRIS. Authoi of •• Wild Sports Southern Africa," •• Portraits of African Game
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
lontiag (Pbcmng,

lontiag (Pbcmng,

coax TBABS *»■ aßAMcns. N (»' H km t..r. k.» »ke imo.rl.l kaihel only ; If any . tb.r anwun, occur In any pu-t Ihli p.por, thoy .re mistake, none but imperial mealure, *9“* lawlol.l LIVKKPOOL IKc. M—At thl. iW* iMrkol (bolo* timet bail very tbln Weodance of countnt buyers, ami h
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
iIANCH KSTK R, H*t,, Dee. 3u—To-day there wm drmneMio the trade for ao.t «our; the (Atter article held at rather

iIANCH KSTK R, H*t,, Dee. 3u—To-day there wm drmneMio the trade for ao.t «our; the (Atter article held at rather

higher rates cheeked the demand. Oat* and oalinial without cbaace In value Beans declined to isperar. is inquiry for pea* Malt dull. Quotations follows: , Old «d td. New red 7» Bs2d. ow7*7dBstd. New Irish white 7* 7* 7d- lied 7« 7*4 d. Old white Canada 7» «d Red 7' '»d 7s Old fr
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MtRDI-KOIS ATTACK

MtRDI-KOIS ATTACK

The country-house of Mr. T. situate Kilmacud, was attacked gang burglars last week. The facts appear to follow:—From information received Superlnteudam O'Connor Wednesday, it was understood that Mr. M.'s house was lobe troken into on the following night. Sergeant of the detectiv
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NARROW ESCAPE FROM MURDER.

NARROW ESCAPE FROM MURDER.

The neighbourhood street, Bristol, was on Tuesday evening thrown into state of consternation , a report tliat a young man named Davis had attempted to i shoot young lady whom was paying his and had afterwards made attempt on his own life. Tire circumstances connected with the di
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE LAYS MR. SOUTHEY.

THE LAYS MR. SOUTHEY.

In consequence a desire which Itad been generally expressed, that a public testimony of respect to the late Poet (.aureate should be placed in the church I'roethwaite, near Keswick, in which parish he had spent the greater portion of his life, a meeting was held Keswick, on the
January 1, 1844 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England