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MARITIME BARBARITY.

MARITIME BARBARITY.

Of all the cases of extraordinary cruelty which, from time to time, come before the tribunals of justice, the most revolting and the most heartrending are those of a maritime description. The position of the perpetrators in such cases is of a nature to furnish peculiar temptatio
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
L ATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE WAR.

L ATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE WAR.

THE CZAR'S LETTER ON THE FALL OF EARS. The following is a translation of the Czar's letter to Gen. Monravieff "The resolute persistence, the exemplary courage, and the warlike circumspection which have marked your entire conduct in Asiatic Turkey have now been crowned with full
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
HOWITT AND CO., HOUSE FURNISHERS, &c,., TN anticipation of the Autumn Trade, have prepared . a variety of DRAWING and

HOWITT AND CO., HOUSE FURNISHERS, &c,., TN anticipation of the Autumn Trade, have prepared . a variety of DRAWING and

DININGROOM FURNITURE, which will be found entirely novel, both in design and material. The Paris Exhibition has afforded to all connoisseurs in Furniture an opportunity of introducing many improvements, which must inevitably be adopted by all First-class Houses; hence the result
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS. ETC.

COUNTRY MARKETS. ETC.

LEEDS, January I.—A change of wind has brought us a larger supply of Wheat than we have had for a long time, and there is very little demand for it, the report from Mark-lane inducing buyers still to hold oft The little business doing is at is to 2s decline. Barley is is lower.
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
SHOWING THE DEATHS ALL CAUSES, In the Week ending SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1855. g, Gi g a) rcl .1:3 0

SHOWING THE DEATHS ALL CAUSES, In the Week ending SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1855. g, Gi g a) rcl .1:3 0

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January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN, T HAME, OXON. Principal, Mr. JAS. MA.RSH, assisted by Two Qualified Assistants, a Resident French Master,

ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN, T HAME, OXON. Principal, Mr. JAS. MA.RSH, assisted by Two Qualified Assistants, a Resident French Master,

and Young Lady for Pupils under eight year s of age. THE Principal endeavoura to make the above Establishment a practical Commercial School. The System of Tuition pursued for the last sixteen years has proved eminently successful, and from which corporeal Punishment is excluded.
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
WANTED, by a Young Man, in his 21st year, member of a Christian church, a Situation in a SHOP or

WANTED, by a Young Man, in his 21st year, member of a Christian church, a Situation in a SHOP or

WAREHOUSE, where industry and strict integrity would be appreciated. Address, 11. K., 14, Hyde-place, Heaton.
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
SHAVING made quite a Luxury by using WORTH'S PATENT RAZOR-STROP; the effect is really astonishing. Sent through the post Ss.

SHAVING made quite a Luxury by using WORTH'S PATENT RAZOR-STROP; the effect is really astonishing. Sent through the post Ss.

6d. and 4s. 10d. each. S. WORTH, Patentee and Brushmaker, 293, Oxford-street, corner of Davis-street. See Testimonials.
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
This day, small crown Bvo, Ss. 6d. cloth, MAN and HIS MONEY: its Use and Abuse. By the Rev. W.

This day, small crown Bvo, Ss. 6d. cloth, MAN and HIS MONEY: its Use and Abuse. By the Rev. W.

K. TWEEDIE, D.D. - James Nisbet and Co., 21, Berners-street.
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
GIFTS of FRIENDSHIP and - AFFECTION: —The almost insuperable difficulty so frequently experienced in the selection of an appropriate ARTICLE

GIFTS of FRIENDSHIP and - AFFECTION: —The almost insuperable difficulty so frequently experienced in the selection of an appropriate ARTICLE

for PRESENTATION, which will fully convey, in an acceptable, attractive, and useful form, the kindly intention of the giver, and at the same time merit the appreciation and regard of the recipient, is now entirely removed by an inspection of the varied attractive manufactures di
January 4, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England