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DULWICFI GALLERY.—The G-ALLERY OV PAINTINGS at Dulwich will henceforth be OPEN TO TEIE PUBLIC on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays,

DULWICFI GALLERY.—The G-ALLERY OV PAINTINGS at Dulwich will henceforth be OPEN TO TEIE PUBLIC on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays,

free of charge, and on Thursday., anp Fridays on payment of Sixpence each person, except in the Easter and Whitsuu Weeks, when no charge will be made. The Gallery is open from IU to sin Summer, and 111 to 4in Wint,r. No orders of admission are necessary. CHARLES DEUCE, 10, Bllle
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Price One Shilling. HE TWO NAPOLEONS and ENGLAND. 1. Two Pages of History, by the Author of " State Policy

Price One Shilling. HE TWO NAPOLEONS and ENGLAND. 1. Two Pages of History, by the Author of " State Policy

of Modern Europe.' . "He who would learn the relation which France and England bear to each other, and their true position in the political world, will do well to read this masterly sketch of two pages of their history. Treated in true diplomatic spirit, plain, ungarbled facts a
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Second Edition, Price Threepence. MHE HISTORY OF NANA SAHIB'S CLAIMS AGAINST THE EAST INDIA COM. PANY; with extracts from the

Second Edition, Price Threepence. MHE HISTORY OF NANA SAHIB'S CLAIMS AGAINST THE EAST INDIA COM. PANY; with extracts from the

Bindoo Sacred Writings Relative to the Law of adoption. The Will of the Ex Peishwa, Badjee Rao, &c. &c. Compiled from Original Documents in the Pos.es‘ion of the Gentleman Deputed to England to advocate Nana Sahib's case. London; C. H. Biddle, I, Bouverie street, Fleet-st. ; and
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BELLS

BELLS

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April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. No. Vl.—Br

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. No. Vl.—Br

In the absence of actual business, commercial morality is the favourite text from which some of our leading papers draw their arguments and inferences, and the Times has been very severe on the kind of " whitewashin,"—which the guardians of public morality seem determined to giv
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE " TIMES " AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL.

THE " TIMES " AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL.

The " Times " having escaped an action of libel from Mr. Denison, chairman of the Great Northern Railway, inflicts another castigation on that gentleman, and extols its own merit in exposing, "day after day, and year after year, every kind of commercial fraud or unfair dealing,
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.

METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.

There was a larger supply of beasts, and a smaller demand, consequently, prices are lower, and a large number remain unsold. The number of sheep is considerably larger, and the trade for them excessively bad. The prices taken are much lower with a very little business doing. Lam
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
commenced by Sir James Outram. The resistance was slight, compared with that of the previous day. A Goorkha division seized

commenced by Sir James Outram. The resistance was slight, compared with that of the previous day. A Goorkha division seized

the enemy's position in front , of Alumbagh last night. Numbers of armed and unarmed men are evacuating the city by the outlets they pos. sessed to the floral. Out advances to-day are gradually pushed op all of the line occupied by the troops, particularly towards Goaghitut aud
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

The Jews' Bill, on the motion of Lord Lyndhurst, was read a second time, though Lord Derby stated that his opinion on the subject of the admission of Jews' into Parliament remained unchanged. Lord Grey supported the Bill, chiefly because it had been for 25 years carried by majori
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

In answer to Mr. Roebuck, the Attorney- General said that further proceedings against Dr. Bernard were abandoned; and being further pressed by Sir R. Bethel], he admitted that he alone was responsible for having arraigned Dr. Bernard on the capital charge. Some discussion took p
April 24, 1858 - Bell's Family Newspaper - London, London, England