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NOTES OF BOOKS.

NOTES OF BOOKS.

of-d OTEI 'OF BOaS. i ; 4 - r~hiee of A. Zas~. c* LecUrebS h~lv West. :Seeleyt JaociaidHlldy;Bl and Dalby.] Weol ihtha vr urt.ol do th am n 0tiq),ukarlan -eby. tfor eerL onars, as that done~for St. unht~a'.bY th Re. . fltr IE asgvnin this attlie prish~ an we hlav thalt rver masny
December 7, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
To Adyehtisebs. —Advertisements not exceeding eight lines ate charged 6a each, and la for every extra line. They cannot be

To Adyehtisebs. —Advertisements not exceeding eight lines ate charged 6a each, and la for every extra line. They cannot be

taken, the latest, after five o’clock on Friday afternoon, and mutt be pre-paid. Poet Office orders to be made payable at the Strand Post Office to William Clement, Postage stamps refused. Bril's Safe in ion&ou.
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

Movbmexts Ships op War.—Her Majesty’s frigate Ra* leigh, 50. Capt the Mon Henry Keppel, sailed from Plymouth on Wednesday afternoon for the Cape of Good Hope and the East Indies. Outside the Breakwater she carried away her maiutopgVilant-yard, and in little more than an hour was
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE GBEAT GOLD EOBBERY.

THE GBEAT GOLD EOBBERY.

Oq Tuesday, Willum Pierce and James Burgeaswero examined at the Mansion House. Mr Bodkin stated that was no doubt that, another week, Tester—the tliird man implicated—would be here custody ; and it was then arranged that only those witnesses should be examined whose evidence it
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Stand Plate, won by Primrose, 3 yrs, Bst2lb ; 4 ran. At Warwick September, carrying Gib. was a bad third

Stand Plate, won by Primrose, 3 yrs, Bst2lb ; 4 ran. At Warwick September, carrying Gib. was a bad third

for the Two Year Old Handicap—sec Greyling. At Lichfield, carrying 6lb (including 3lb extra), won the Champagne Slakes, lialf a mile, easily, by half length, beating Yorkshireman, sst 121b (including Dlb extra) (second), and Echo, Sst Gib (including Dlb extra), (beaten three par
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
c’.i c. bvCollinawood out of Virafo. Vrlocipade. <tt-nhenson's— At Nowmarket C. carryuiß Tib. won . <hate, rtrat half of Ah.

c’.i c. bvCollinawood out of Virafo. Vrlocipade. <tt-nhenson's— At Nowmarket C. carryuiß Tib. won . <hate, rtrat half of Ah.

SI., lull lenath, htatina i.t'iTv Tib (second), fcpeculalor, ,lb (third), three ftffihs from the second; Hardwicke. Tib (fourth), close thThe third; Coyle. 71b, and Albion, sat 7lb. (Mr K.rirfT U N» wmarket F. b. carrying Tib, won thoTwo Y*ar Old Stakes, T.Y.C.. length, beating
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TREATED ROYAL, SADLER'S WELLS.

TREATED ROYAL, SADLER'S WELLS.

TREATED ROYAL, WELLS. Under the IffaasiFeassat et Kr. Phelps. (Mendes) and Pretty, VIROINIUS. Viryolus, Mr. Phelps— Applus Claudia, Mr. A. Kiss X. ltrue—fiervia, t late. To with WRZRR PRIME'S A WILL THERE'S A WAY. Wedeesday aM Thurods ,y HRNRY IT. Sir Joha Pandaff, Kr. Ptelpe—lft
December 7, 1856 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
11/11711LOPOLIT&N IOW) or WORM.

11/11711LOPOLIT&N IOW) or WORM.

11/11711LOPOLIT&N IOW) or
December 7, 1856 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
TO DEALBAS AND °TEEMS. be DISPOURD or. under peculiar eirennuteneee. • established 1 be yeses, in one of leading thoroughfares

TO DEALBAS AND °TEEMS. be DISPOURD or. under peculiar eirennuteneee. • established 1 be yeses, in one of leading thoroughfares

West of leaden. The premien lue held on loose at a very low rent. The lease goodwill wW be disposed A to an laimedlate purchaser Olt very advantageous teems. For cards of address, apply at Ms, itegent-eUeet, near the Polytechnic.
December 7, 1856 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY'S LAW. COURT OP ARCHES.

FRIDAY'S LAW. COURT OP ARCHES.

[Before Bir J. Dodson, Dean of Arches.] REJECTION OF ARCHDEACON APPEAL. This morning the learned Judge took his seat shortly after 10 o'clock, and proceeded to deliver judgment in an appeal of Archdeacon Denison against the sentence of deprivation recently pronounced against him
December 7, 1856 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England