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TRADE MARK COLMAN'S BRITISH C 0 RN-FLOUR PREPARED FROM RICE, THE STAPLE OF MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED MILLIONS (300,000,000) of

TRADE MARK COLMAN'S BRITISH C 0 RN-FLOUR PREPARED FROM RICE, THE STAPLE OF MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED MILLIONS (300,000,000) of

PEOPLE, and now in DOMESTIC USE, Is unequalled for Blanc-Mange ' Custards, Puddings, Cakes, Soups, &c., and is the most wholesome and easily digestible FOOD for CHILDREN and INVALIDS. TESTIMONIALS. From EDWIN LANKESTER, M.D., F.R.S. "Rice Flour is Corn Flour, and I regard this p
November 5, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
p EARLINA, is in flesh-forming. • properties. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON.

p EARLINA, is in flesh-forming. • properties. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON.

November 5, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
BROWN and POLSON. 1) EARLINA , for Plum Puddings. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON.

BROWN and POLSON. 1) EARLINA , for Plum Puddings. Prepared by BROWN and POLSON.

November 5, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
COLLIER & SONS' CHOCOLATE POWDER, STRENGTHENING & INVIGORATING. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS USE IT. (Established 1812.) -- Opinion of an eminent

COLLIER & SONS' CHOCOLATE POWDER, STRENGTHENING & INVIGORATING. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS USE IT. (Established 1812.) -- Opinion of an eminent

Ilomceopathie Physician of 25 years' experience. "I have had occasion to test nearly every known kind of prepared Cocoa and Chocolate, and have for a great many years decided Collier and Son's Chocolate Powder to be superior to the most celebrated and expensive descriptions." So
November 5, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION. I will furnish Passage Tickets from any part of Europe to any part of the United States at the

EMIGRATION. I will furnish Passage Tickets from any part of Europe to any part of the United States at the

lowest rates. Parties purchasing Tickets of me will have the benefit of personal consultation and advice as to the boot routes to be selected, etc., etc. LAND. Choice Lands for sale at ss. per acre and upward, on the most advantageous terms. An experienee with this subject exten
November 5, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
A YAR'S LYI prbduced lom the best Indian Maiso, withotit any dulteration obtained by grinding is far superior to the

A YAR'S LYI prbduced lom the best Indian Maiso, withotit any dulteration obtained by grinding is far superior to the

Maise Corn Flour already introduced in this ciatintry, which is only Starch, obtained by a process of washing, Which deteriorates entirely the quality ) and is at a very high price. Sold by all Cheraistg, drocOrs; and COrp,bediersi WhOlesile at DIAYAWA, 86, LINE, LONDON'', A Who
November 5, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE NEWARK ELECTION.

THE NEWARK ELECTION.

The Recorder of Newark is returned to represent the borough in Parliament. His most formidable opponent waR Mr. Serjeant SLEIGO Perhaps the independent electors would have supported more cheerfully a more really Liberal Liberal ; perhaps the ConserVative voters would have fought
April 9, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
APRIL 9, 1810.

APRIL 9, 1810.

April 9, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
NOTE TUE ADDRESSES! GROVE'S GIGANTIC 46' NEW WEST END EsTABLISIS I ' • 272, 274, Edg% are Road, ve GROVE'S

NOTE TUE ADDRESSES! GROVE'S GIGANTIC 46' NEW WEST END EsTABLISIS I ' • 272, 274, Edg% are Road, ve GROVE'S

GREAT SOUTHERN ESTABLISHMENT. 38, 39, 40, 41, Lower WO LAMBETH. Printed and Published by GEORGE Forret TRADES' NEWSPAPER CQXPANY (Limited), Z 1 Court, Fleet Street, in the City of London.
April 9, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
OF FRA.NCE AND TO THE FHENCII PEOPLE. _

OF FRA.NCE AND TO THE FHENCII PEOPLE. _

"Citizens,—We beg to offer you our earnest congratulations on the position now taken by M. Jules Ftwre, in his declaration to the foreign representatives of the present views and policy of the French nation, and rejoice indeed. that M. Favre, while disassoci ding. France of to-d
October 1, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England