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LAMBETH.

LAMBETH.

THE FRENCH PASSPORT NIIISANCE.—On the magistrate, Mr. Elliott, taking his seat on the bench, a young woman applied to him for a passport to enable her . to get to Paris.—The Applicant said she had lived as servant to a family in South Lambeth-road, and wished to go to Paris. She
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE NEAPOLITAN PRISONERS.

THE NEAPOLITAN PRISONERS.

We have had a conversation with Mr. William Watt, the brother of one of the unfortunate engineers. at present detained as prisoners in the dominions of the King of the Two Sicilies. He spent a week with his brother, who is now an inmate in the English hospital at Naples, and tho
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Mr. EWART ON INDIAN COLONIZATION.

Mr. EWART ON INDIAN COLONIZATION.

y, the wrangles of Amidst the battles of part diplomacy, and the turbulence of political excitement, it is pleasant to hear the voice of useful propagandism in the general cause of humanity elevated above the discordant elements of hostile factions, and suggesting a future of pe
March 20, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
INDIA AND CHINA. LUCKNOW INVESTED.

INDIA AND CHINA. LUCKNOW INVESTED.

By the Australian mail steamer Simla (the Ottawa, from Bombay, had left Aden a few hours before her) we have the following news : Sir James Outram, with 6,000 men and 30 guns, crossed the Goontee on the 6th of March, and took up a position within range on the eastern side of the
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SPINAL DMFORMITIES.

SPINAL DMFORMITIES.

Just published, Second Edition, price Is. 6d., COASES - and OBSERVATIONS illustrative of the beneficial results which may be obtained by close attention and perseverance, in some of the most unpromising instances of Spinal Deformity, without the use of steel stays or other simil
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
In 1849, through a proclamation dictated to :General Oudinot, you declared that 'it was not your aim to exercise on

In 1849, through a proclamation dictated to :General Oudinot, you declared that 'it was not your aim to exercise on

Rome an oppressing influence, nor to force upon her a government contrary to the will of the people.' Three months after, Rome, her Govtrnment, the will of her people, were inexorabiy crushed. "Soon after, in August, you pledged yourself to obtain for Rome 'a general amnesty, a
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A MAN KILLED BY THREE BOYS.

A MAN KILLED BY THREE BOYS.

A coroner's inquest was held on Friday evening at the Court-house, Barnsley, on the body Of Benjamin Clarkson, a moulder, aged 24, lately employed at the Barnsley Old Foundry, who came by his death through the severe usage of three apprentices employed in the same establishment.
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PTORN titowuat Pu,blished, price 6d. Royal HAßD LINES b e i ng a Havelock. To wa.hOde, and Stanzas on the

PTORN titowuat Pu,blished, price 6d. Royal HAßD LINES b e i ng a Havelock. To wa.hOde, and Stanzas on the

Death of Unpalatable Trntha, L g prefixed and added some London : John Brown, Englishman. n Co., C. H. Biddle, :- 147, Fleet-street; ..0 vett e-street, Fleet street.
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MIGRATION TO CA A DA.—The ships CITY OF QUEBEC, CITY OF HAMILTON, and OTTAWA now loading for Quebec, afford eligible

MIGRATION TO CA A DA.—The ships CITY OF QUEBEC, CITY OF HAMILTON, and OTTAWA now loading for Quebec, afford eligible

opportunities for intending emigrants, having syperior accommodation for cabin, intermediate, and sfflerage passengers. Fares for Quebec, £l4, £7 10s., and £5 10s., and through tickets to any part of Canada or the Wes. tern States can be supplied at moderate rates Apply to Carma
April 3, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England