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TIIE VICARAGE AT RUGELRY.

TIIE VICARAGE AT RUGELRY.

TIMBER-YARD AND RESIDENCE OF MRS. PALMER, AND THE OLD AND NEW CHURCHES AT RUGELEY. - Sketch is taken 'from the towing-path of the canal that runs by the side of what used to be the timber-yard belonging to the late Mr. Palmer, the father of William Palmer, but seems now to be Pl
February 2, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
PERU.

PERU.

Advices from Peru state that the legislature had before them a project for selling outright, in the lump, all thg, guano of the Chincha Islands. The quantity of fertilising material is estimated at 11,670,152 tons, and the price demanded is thirty dollars per ton, or 350,104,560
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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ACCIDENT ON THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.—A tire of a wheal of a first-class Carriage in the up mixed . express broke on Wednesday afternoon, about two miles south of the Tallington Station. 13efore the train could be quite stopped, the carriage turned partly over, dnd two passeng
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
R OYAL WESTMINSTER OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL, Charing Cross, founded in 1816, for relieving the Poor afflicted with Diseases of the Eye.

R OYAL WESTMINSTER OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL, Charing Cross, founded in 1816, for relieving the Poor afflicted with Diseases of the Eye.

The assistance of the benevolent is earnestly entreated in support of this Hospital, the funds of which are wholly inadequate to meet the increasing demands for relief. Six Thousand poor persons are annually admitted on their own applications; there are 30 beds for in-patients;
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
aOLD WATCHES, 65., £8 88., to £lO 10s. each, highly finished, Patent Detached Lever Movements, Jewelled, richly-Engraved or Engine-turned Cases.—J.

aOLD WATCHES, 65., £8 88., to £lO 10s. each, highly finished, Patent Detached Lever Movements, Jewelled, richly-Engraved or Engine-turned Cases.—J.

W. BENSON, 33 Ludgate Hill. f l OLD WATCHES.—Patent Detached Lever Movements, London-made, first-class Watches, 10, 12, 15, to 60 Guineas each.— Gold Chains in great vatiety.—J. W. BEN 33 Ludgate Hill.
January 19, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
[PRICE TWOPENCE.

[PRICE TWOPENCE.

February 16, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
Zttattes rattruiliclatustnunts.

Zttattes rattruiliclatustnunts.

HAYMARKET. The Stranger was produced at this theatre on Tuesday ,night, for the purpose of bringing forward a new actor—a Mr. W. Simpson—in the principal character. Mr. Simpson is possessed of intelligence, and may perform some parts very well; but a more unfortunate choice of a
February 16, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
ROYAL P 0 LYTECH N IC.—Christmas Holydays.— Inexhaustible Novelties.—The SECOND PART of the VOYAGES of ,SINBAD the SAILOR, with new

ROYAL P 0 LYTECH N IC.—Christmas Holydays.— Inexhaustible Novelties.—The SECOND PART of the VOYAGES of ,SINBAD the SAILOR, with new

and beautiful Dissolving Pictures, designed and painted by H. G. Hum, Esq., and Description, with Songs, by Horn, Esq.—Series of astonishing Conjuring Tricks and Delusions, by Mr. BORMAlN—Brilliant Popular Lectures on Flame, Fire, and Combustion, by J. H. PEPPER, Esq.—Demonstrat
February 16, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
GOLD WATCHES.—Patent Detached Lever Movements, London-made, first-class Watches, 10, 12, 15, to 60 ,Guineaa each. — Gold Chains in great

GOLD WATCHES.—Patent Detached Lever Movements, London-made, first-class Watches, 10, 12, 15, to 60 ,Guineaa each. — Gold Chains in great

variety.—J. W. BEN sox, 33 Ludgate Hill.
February 16, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England