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PROFESSOR LIE BIG on ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE. From Professor Liebig to Mr. Allsopp "The specimens of your Pale Ale sent

PROFESSOR LIE BIG on ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE. From Professor Liebig to Mr. Allsopp "The specimens of your Pale Ale sent

to me afforded me another opportunity of confirming its valuable qualities. lam myself an admirer of this beverage, and my own experience enables me to recommend it, in accordance with the opinion of the most eminent English physicians, as t very agreeable and efficient tonic, a
September 18, 1852 - Age - London, London, England
 
MILITIA.— DEPUTY-LIEUTENANTS and OFFICERS requiring their UNIFORMS should inspect, or apply early, at Messrs. NICOLL'S Regimental and Accoutrement Department. Also,

MILITIA.— DEPUTY-LIEUTENANTS and OFFICERS requiring their UNIFORMS should inspect, or apply early, at Messrs. NICOLL'S Regimental and Accoutrement Department. Also,

all Officers joining or exchanging in any branch of the service India or at home) would find, not only a great saving of unnecessary expense, but also the best of everything that can be produced in conformity with the regulation, &c.-11. J. and D. NICOLL, 114, 1/6, 118, 120, Reg
September 18, 1852 - Age - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

BrGaarv.—On Wednesday, John Ware, 31, painter, was indicted for feloniously marrying Jane Edwards, his first wife being then and now alive. The evidence proved that the prisoner married his first wife in 1845, but, she being a profligate character, left her, and married in 1847
October 30, 1852 - Age - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

COLLISION ON THE NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY.- An accident of a very alarming character, though fortunately unattended with fatal consequences, occurred on Monday morning to the 10 a.m. down mail train while passing through the Camden-town station. The train left Euston square about f
October 30, 1852 - Age - London, London, England
 
TIDE TABLE FOR THE WEEK. HIGH WATER AT

TIDE TABLE FOR THE WEEK. HIGH WATER AT

October 30, 1852 - Age - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

The following succinct account of an "affair of honour," as a winding-up of the horsewhipping rencontre which took place on the Royal Dublin Society's premises at the beginning of this week, has been furnished to the Dublin morning papers:—" In consequence of what took place bet
November 6, 1852 - Age - London, London, England
 
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R,ANCE. 3SAGE. 'wing is gresseg/ id in the Senate Yester. Inifestea its lent in your P° you for the. purpose °, and-of entru.sting things. If y ou s hoal; d o , that the cons:itu A en the m l ' y touch its fund:drieo"' will bear cbiefly on tN Imperial system is set, in th e re-e
November 6, 1852 - Age - London, London, England
 
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on a particular one, and follow, for a while, all its rinths—its extensive sweeps—its sudden, rapid: e l usions, little inferior to the lightning itself: by the powers of mathematics, to calculate various lines it describes. Alas ! even his wonaavail him little here, and he woul
November 6, 1852 - Age - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPERS BY POST.

NEWSPAPERS BY POST.

THERE is a general idea abroad that the Post-office carries stamped publications for nothing—that the ugly blur in the corner of each sheet is as efficient as a QUEEN'S head. It is nothing of the sort. Newspapers sent by post appear to be systematically neglected, and tolerably
November 6, 1852 - Age - London, London, England