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TO SOMOOLKASTMOS AND OTEBIUi. I'llo be 11? jimisiste a ROOM, with playing.groand attached •=r i u s Day School, Meetings,

TO SOMOOLKASTMOS AND OTEBIUi. I'llo be 11? jimisiste a ROOM, with playing.groand attached •=r i u s Day School, Meetings,

*l. gm? rn th, ; of W. 0., Barwick-strew , or of J. 78,
December 7, 1856 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Ale sad Stoat4iouse (respectable). N JOHNSON has the above kw DISPOSAL (West-end), where Use trade TV Is te septillylmprove, se

Ale sad Stoat4iouse (respectable). N JOHNSON has the above kw DISPOSAL (West-end), where Use trade TV Is te septillylmprove, se

are going on all W. N.J. wishes the lateadlag prshe.r to saost thoroughly satisfy himself of the moan actually sad, thereto", will Introduce them at oote to the when hooks will *hew lbw the gee • tall average at *) lamb per with ever as get he. Andy as above.
December 7, 1856 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
LEGAL DOINGS OF THE WEEK.

LEGAL DOINGS OF THE WEEK.

LEGAL D ? '8O8 T.E - - I M Wtt eY - da l'g d, or, would bav been obUE lo g~eeig, Insolent, isotrdely asthey,.r ?? eb eR they are, to abaue their positi-felyig ri they ds for support on a bad system odfavoutin in biph quarters, they .are both. brave men, they have both some milita
December 7, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SUICIDE AT HIGHGATE CEMETERY.

SUICIDE AT HIGHGATE CEMETERY.

SUICIDE AT HIGEGATE CEMETERY. On Monday evening, a little before five o'clock, while a labourer, na 'ed Collins, wasistacking wood at the 4igbgate cemetery, on a portion of the new ground which has been recently enclosed on, the right hand side of Swain's lane, immediatsly adjoia
December 7, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO be SOLD by AUCTION, Messrs TATTEHSALL, Hyde Park-csrner, Monday. 15th DccemUr, the following HORSES, well known with Lord Southampton's

TO be SOLD by AUCTION, Messrs TATTEHSALL, Hyde Park-csrner, Monday. 15th DccemUr, the following HORSES, well known with Lord Southampton's

Hounds, the properly of a fanner w has no further use for them: I. SCROGGINS, bay gelding, , , , . , 2. MIRACLE, bay mare. l,H « regularly hunted. H. JONATHAN, grey gelding. t and are in ftrsl-ralecondition, t. WOLDSMAN. brown gelding. J rfio be SOLD AUCTION, by Messrs TAT-1 TK.
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DR. de JONGH’S LIGHT BROWN COD LIVER OIL, prescribed with complete confidence and the «rreate«t euccets by the faculty for

DR. de JONGH’S LIGHT BROWN COD LIVER OIL, prescribed with complete confidence and the «rreate«t euccets by the faculty for

it* purity, uniform efficacy, entire freedom from nauseous fiavdar, and marked iuperiority over every other variety the raoat and effectual remedy for consumption, hronchltia, aethma, aout, rl.eomatism, sciatica, diabete*. diseases of the akin, neuralgia, rlckeu, infantile waati
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

D R. CULVERWELL'S MEIDICAL WORKS, Orthodox. Anti.empirical 'and Original, is. each; by post, Is. 6d. WHAT to ET,' DRINE, and AVOID). Abstinentia multi 00erautur morbid" 'What ! neither smoke nor drink, nor feed our fill, Nor stay up late o'nights lest We be ill, Nor suffer though
December 7, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRESERVATION OF LIFE FROM Shipwreck.

PRESERVATION OF LIFE FROM Shipwreck.

IPRESERVAT!ION OFw LIFE FROMN I Shipwreck. On Thursday a meeting of the Rloyal National Life-boat Institu- tion was held at its house, John-street, Adelphi, Thomas Chapman, Esq., ?? in the chair. Mr. Lewis, the Secretary, having read the minutes of the previous meeting, the thank
December 7, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPOSTURE AND CREDULITY.

IMPOSTURE AND CREDULITY.

I : IMPOSTURt AND CREDULITY. , I An exfraordinary case of credulity has lately been heardzat the Birkenhead polioe-court. Three females, .respecttvely named M8ary Ann Woods, her daughter 1liizabethWoodds (eighteenyears of age), and 1arga-. ret Hughes, were brought up bfore Mseri.
December 7, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England