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STRANGE BUT TRUE. QTEEL'S RHEUMATIC and GOUT PILLS K.. 7 are the.safest. quickest, and only true remedy, and a certain

STRANGE BUT TRUE. QTEEL'S RHEUMATIC and GOUT PILLS K.. 7 are the.safest. quickest, and only true remedy, and a certain

preventive. 'They may be 0bt4040.1 in boxes at lid. and 2s. 9d., of all chemists; or post 'ffee from the proprietor for 15 or 34 stamps.—Fnorx W. STEEL. M.P.S., 283, Liverpool-road, Islington, London, N. Established 1835. Ealt
January 31, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
- VOLOTIRE'D SCRAPS for FOLDING SCREENS and SCRAP-BOOKS.—Llmmense rock: 1,80) different sheets or sets to choose from. Abbreviated list post

- VOLOTIRE'D SCRAPS for FOLDING SCREENS and SCRAP-BOOKS.—Llmmense rock: 1,80) different sheets or sets to choose from. Abbreviated list post

"free: Coloured' scraps for children, a set of 100 .different subjects, post free 2s. in stamps.---JOIIN JERRARD, 172, Fleet Street, London.
March 17, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
pRICE OF "THE SUN," PER TRAIN. SIX-A-PENNY, in parcels of 100 and upwards. PER POST, POST PAID. One Four Thirteen

pRICE OF "THE SUN," PER TRAIN. SIX-A-PENNY, in parcels of 100 and upwards. PER POST, POST PAID. One Four Thirteen

Twenty-siX Week. Weeks. Weeks. Weeks. 12Copies per day is. 6d. 6s. 19s. 6d. 395. SIX COPIES PER DAY HALF THE ABOVE RATES. THREE COPIES PER DAY ONE-THIRD THE ABOVE RATES, OR 6d. A WEEK. Post Office Orders should be made payable to Mr. John Ilawkings, but all letters addressed "Th
February 21, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
"VO reference is made here to the great ,praise bestowed on VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA by the Lancet and other competent

"VO reference is made here to the great ,praise bestowed on VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA by the Lancet and other competent

authorities, but the public may judge for themselves by obtaining, free of charge, sample bottles, containing sufficient for six large cups, from their own grocer or chymist, or from the Chief Depot of Van Houten's Cocos, at 6 and 7, Coleman-street, London, E.C.
February 21, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THOSE interested in spreading temperance habits are particularly invited to study the merits of PURE SOLUBLE COCOA, and it may

THOSE interested in spreading temperance habits are particularly invited to study the merits of PURE SOLUBLE COCOA, and it may

be predicted if once the public are familar with the true qualities of Cocoa, that Cocoa will become one of the most popular drinks.
February 21, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MONE Y.—A Gentleman is open to LEND SUMS varying from £2 to £2OO from 5 per cent in.-. terest, to

MONE Y.—A Gentleman is open to LEND SUMS varying from £2 to £2OO from 5 per cent in.-. terest, to

all respectable persons upon their note of hand alone, furniture, stock, eze., without removal, life policies, leases, ezc. The amount borrowed may be repaid by easy ' instalments, or at the end of a term of years, as may suit the Borrower. No law costs. Dispatch with secrecy ma
April 9, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
44.1 R RESTORER. Large Bottles, is. 6d. (I)BPper;:th."-LOCRIER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER Prek, tur P,rep.aration) will restore in a few days

44.1 R RESTORER. Large Bottles, is. 6d. (I)BPper;:th."-LOCRIER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER Prek, tur P,rep.aration) will restore in a few days

grey or , laf e t v hair to its or i g i na l co l our with perfect ee Ptpl&pa,4,lCompleteness all by a chemists ' and b fuldrei-", 4 Tottenham-court-roa,d, whose name and e on the label, or it is not genuine. LT) LT 11, St — rength — , Energy.—PEPPER'S enricteit.NlNE and IRON T
January 24, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
OROIDE GOLD.-The perfect substitute for 18-carat gold (registered). OROIDE GOLD Alberts, 55, 7s. 6d.; Long Chains, 7s. 6d. 10s. 6d.,

OROIDE GOLD.-The perfect substitute for 18-carat gold (registered). OROIDE GOLD Alberts, 55, 7s. 6d.; Long Chains, 7s. 6d. 10s. 6d.,

12s. 6d.; Necklets, 3s. 6d., 55. 6d., 7s. Victorias, 75. 6d., 10s. 6d.; with balls, 12s. 60., 15s. ; all in approl ed designs. OROIDE GOLD Lockets, 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d.; Brooches, 45.; Ear-rings, 45.; Brooch and Earrings, from 75. 60.; Bracelets, ss. 6d.; Chatelaines, 10s. 6d. r\ RO
January 24, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BISHOP OF 'LONDON AND THE MISSION.

THE BISHOP OF 'LONDON AND THE MISSION.

The Bishop of London writes an answer to Sir. Kinnaird's protest against the reply of the three Bishops to the recent memorial protesting against the London Mission being used for the purpose •of encouraging or establishing the confessional. Mr. Kinnaird conTplained that the rep
February 12, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
GAINS AND LOSSES.

GAINS AND LOSSES.

The total number of members elected to the new Parliament up to Wednesday night is 582, of whom 312 are Conservatives and 291 Liberals of all shades. Eighty-six seats_lately occupied byLiberals are now filled by Conservatives, and thirty-two Conservative seats have been won by t
February 12, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England