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TIIE FLEET.

TIIE FLEET.

Dantzic. The aeyser, 7, Commander R. Dew, arrived in the roads on the 30th August in the afternoon, with the weekly mails from Nargen, at which place Admiral Dundas still remains with a portion of the fleet; the other squadron, under Admiral Seymour, has (with the exception of t
September 8, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE WHITE SEA.

THE WHITE SEA.

Our doings in the White Sea are worthy of more consideration than they have as yet enjoyed. A correspondent, who dates his c ommunication July 31, after a cruise to the Graph of Migen, and a description of the scenery, thus speaks of the Gulf of Kandalak, and a brush with the na
September 8, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
2atOents•anb' Oficatts

2atOents•anb' Oficatts

GAS EXPLOSION.—On Saturday morning a fearful explosion of gas took place at the mansion of Mr. Temple, situate at the corner of Chapel Street, Park Lane, which created great consternation. Mr. Temple, who has recently laid out £4OOO in repairing and beautifying the building, and
September 8, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
- ---______---_ QLACK'S SILVER is the hardest and most 15...) perfect white metal ever invented, and in use retains its

- ---______---_ QLACK'S SILVER is the hardest and most 15...) perfect white metal ever invented, and in use retains its

silver-like ap• pearance. Made in to every article for the Table, as Spoons, Forks, Candlesticks, Cruet Frames, Tea Pots, sm., at one-twelfth the price of Silver. A sample Tea Spoon will be sent on receipt of 10 postage stamps. Fiddle Strong Thread King's Pat. Fiddle. Pat. Pat.
September 8, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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June 30, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL DESPATCHES.

OFFICIAL DESPATCHES.

THE official despatches in connection with this detestable outrage have been published. In a despatch, dated from on board the Duke of Wellington, at anchor near Tolboukin Lighthouse, on the 9th inst., Rear-Admiral Dundas reports the fact of the massacre, an account of which had
June 30, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
Salv an Vnlitt.

Salv an Vnlitt.

an Vnlitt. EXCISE IN Bow-street, Mr. Wm. SOAMES, greengrocer, of All Saints-lane, Poplar, was summoned for having defrauded the Excise by letting out a horse and cart for hire without being duly licensed.—The information was proved by Davids, an excise officer, who said that he c
June 30, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
CITY INTELLIGENCE.

CITY INTELLIGENCE.

ON Friday the English Funds opened with depression, and at a decline of nearly 1 per cent below the closing price of the previous evening, consequent upon the Government announcement of the repulse of an attack of the allied forces on the outworks of Sebastopol. Consols opened a
June 30, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
BOOKS POSTAGE FREE,

BOOKS POSTAGE FREE,

NEW AND POPULAR EDUCATIONAL WORKS, carefully illustrated with Drawings, Diagrams, &c. Extract of a Letter from the Rev. T. WILKINSON, Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools : Stanwix Vicarage, Carlisle, Jan, 19th, 185:5. Dear Sirs,—l beg to offer you my sincere acknowledgment of you
June 30, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN.—Price Gd., by post free. MISTAKES of DAILY OCCURRENCE IN SPEAKING,-WRITING, und PRONUNCIATION CORRECTED. Selling by

NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN.—Price Gd., by post free. MISTAKES of DAILY OCCURRENCE IN SPEAKING,-WRITING, und PRONUNCIATION CORRECTED. Selling by

thousands. Old and young, educated and uneducated, may consult this work 'with advantage. London: F. SHAvr, Southampton-row, and Paternoster-row.
June 30, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England