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FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER.

FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER.

I Wq condense from Le Pelet :-Among the various forms adopted this winter for ananteaux, the Cosaque jupe will be generally in favour.; the simsplicity of its shatpe, snd its comfort sid convenience 55 a walkluig dress, will render it esp3eolally suitable for young ladies, The c
December 7, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WRECK OF THE STEAMER SUPERIOR.

WRECK OF THE STEAMER SUPERIOR.

ELECK oF THl STEAMER_ SUPERIOIL 'Ie following is the statement of the mate:-" The steamer Superior left thesaunlt, St. Mary's Canal,,at seven o'clock on the inorning of the 29th of October1 wind from the southward, weather favourable. At ten otelock, wind hauled round ?? blowing
December 7, 1856 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
GARDENING.

GARDENING.

GARDENIZNGo The following- is-a sessonable>4alends --of * deni- FLw,-WERssARDsNY sa SssuussaroEv.-Let lawns be well rolled when sufficiently dry for the purpose ; every part of the turf should be frequeiitly i4wept during the winter. Nothing adds so much to, the enjoyment of plea
December 7, 1856 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE FRAUDS ON THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.

THE FRAUDS ON THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.

-inkF rrAUDS 0X1 gTH GREoT at an_ . . : ,RAILWA~t. The excitement occasioned in the monetary and commer- cial.worldhby the recent discovery of the- enormous frauds -on the Great Northern Railway does not seem in the leaft abated, for, notwithstanding the very untoward state of th
December 7, 1856 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BUTCHERS and GKAZIEKS.—There will J. a large supply of FAT CATTLE SOI FHALL MARKET Wc •*da. next.the in«t. ami the

BUTCHERS and GKAZIEKS.—There will J. a large supply of FAT CATTLE SOI FHALL MARKET Wc •*da. next.the in«t. ami the

tVcdncgday, the l.th. Vl/'iXTKII EMPLOY tor drivers of ginger beer ••art* and cither* who call ale stores.—ADAM HILL will ript ;v ALE SPICE tier acallon. for you to sell at Se. quart, it than an' bs imitation offered so many would-be makers. * .-■iijinul ale is lUs6d per gallon,
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

Mr ALBERT SMITH'S MONT BLANC. BADEN, UP Ihc RHINE, PARIS, U NOW OPEN KVRRY EVENING '.except S3tttrd.yl.at k. gallon, la. beaecurod al the boxotf.oe, KG\PfIAN HALL, 1 uvadUly. evcrv day, between and 4, without any extra charge. T repreai ntatlotis take Tnc-»lav and Saturday, at H
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
game mettlur, carrying 7st slb. was secocd for The Tyro Optional Soiling Stakes—see Whitebait; aame meeting carrying 101b, was second

game mettlur, carrying 7st slb. was secocd for The Tyro Optional Soiling Stakes—see Whitebait; aame meeting carrying 101b, was second

for an Optional Selling Stakes —see Breach, Poilt, bf, Pompey out of Hawise; Baiter’s. At Doncaster Spring, carrying S»t3lb was not placed for the Hopeful Stake*, see Sauuterer. (Mr Sidney’s) At Beverley, carrying Bst 31b was not placed for the Bishop Burton Stakes—«ee Blink Bon
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON. DECEMBER 7, 1g56:

BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON. DECEMBER 7, 1g56:

BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON. DECEMBER 7, 1g56 S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE for .L b.T, I». contains t-llrilain Pottiy—Th« bilraeil Patriawfe—Jelinser Syrooin o« 1 «*rj Slxlh ta.vomm- «u»o. of BOOK of the FARM. By HENRY -*- hi«ewmet«Uh. —Pr»>(M«»rJohDitoo. wo,k * w>'''Jt ureof ' ollr CATECHISM
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INFORMATION, EXPRESS Irom RACE . COURSES, per ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.-WM. WRIGHT. Electric Telegraoh Agent. Folwood-renta. Holborn, begs to Inform the aperting

INFORMATION, EXPRESS Irom RACE . COURSES, per ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.-WM. WRIGHT. Electric Telegraoh Agent. Folwood-renta. Holborn, begs to Inform the aperting

public that is his intention forward, as usual, from all race meetings, per el-.ctrlc telegraph, results of races, latest betting (supplied by estai’hsned authorities), arrivals and scratching* of boms, die, Ac. W. Wright takes this opportunity of returning bis nateful thanks to
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Timson—Six feet two inches.

Timson—Six feet two inches.

J. Blater—lt dead heat. J. Cxrliidgo—lf you send the guarantee, and it it approved, the money shall t-ent. I. them ran again. Napier—The releree's opinion we always pronounce be final and decisive. RING. A. Walker—We did not consider your letter was any answer to the lew words a
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England