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VOL. VI.—No. 212.; FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1852. PROFESSOR MUSPRATT TO MR. ALLSOPP. "I have carefully analysed samples of your Ales,

VOL. VI.—No. 212.; FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1852. PROFESSOR MUSPRATT TO MR. ALLSOPP. "I have carefully analysed samples of your Ales,

and find that they do not contain a particle of any injurious substance. I and my family have used your Ales for years, and with perfect confidence in their purity. I know that Pale Ale, prepared, as in your Brewery, under scientific surveillance, contains a large quantity of nu
August 6, 1852 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
TMPORTANT ALTERATION in RAILWAY TRAINS for November.—See the A B C Railway Guide for this Month. Price Sixpence. London :

TMPORTANT ALTERATION in RAILWAY TRAINS for November.—See the A B C Railway Guide for this Month. Price Sixpence. London :

W. TWEEDIE, 337, Strand, and sold by all Booksellers and News Agents, and at the Railway Stations.
November 4, 1853 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
B ESSON and ANTOINE CURTOIS.— CORNET-A-PISTONS, by the above celebrated makers, are only to be obtained at Jullien and Co.'s,

B ESSON and ANTOINE CURTOIS.— CORNET-A-PISTONS, by the above celebrated makers, are only to be obtained at Jullien and Co.'s,

214, Regent-street. Price from 3 Guineas. A list of prices, with drawings of all brass instruments, postage free, on application to JULLIEN and CO., 214, REGENT-STREET.
November 4, 1853 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
A COMPLETE MILITARY OUTFIT, THIRTY GUINEAS. WOOLF, MILITARY AND NAVAL ijo • TAILOR and GENERAL OUTFITTER, 59, PICCADILLY, opposite ST.

A COMPLETE MILITARY OUTFIT, THIRTY GUINEAS. WOOLF, MILITARY AND NAVAL ijo • TAILOR and GENERAL OUTFITTER, 59, PICCADILLY, opposite ST.

JAMES'S-STREET, and 87, REGENT-STREET, respectfully calls the attention of officers joining or exchanging Regiments to his List of Prices for Regimentals of the best quality, with NthiCh he confidently challenges any house in the trUde to compete. Ills long experience, and the g
November 4, 1853 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At his residence, Stanley-terrace, Rotherhithe, Lieutenant William Tatton Petch, R.N., aged 64, leaving a widow and large family to mourn his loss On the 23rd ult., at Constantinople, where he had been conveyed from Balaklava, Captain Samuel Toosey Williams, of her Majesty's Sco
December 22, 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
APPOINTMENTS.

APPOINTMENTS.

Captains—Lord E. Russell (1833), in command of the Vengeance, 84, on the Mediterranean and Black Sea station, to be Naval Aide-de-camp to the Queen ; H j Codrington, C.B. ( 1 8 36 ), in command of the Royal George, 120, screw steam ship, on her way home from the Baltic, to be Na
November 3, 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
BRITISH ARMY DESPATCH Nautical ci:tanbarb. FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 3, 1854. WEEKLY SUMMARY;

BRITISH ARMY DESPATCH Nautical ci:tanbarb. FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 3, 1854. WEEKLY SUMMARY;

FRom the Crimea we are still without the means of adding any fact of importance. The telegraphic despatches are so contradictory and iobscure as to render the intelligence conveyed by them unsatisfactory and non reliable; such as they are they will not be uninteresting. From Vie
November 3, 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
Just publit-hed, - price 25.; by post, 2s. 6d. DEBILITY and I RRITABILITY induced by SPERMATORRLICEA •, the Symptoms, Effects,

Just publit-hed, - price 25.; by post, 2s. 6d. DEBILITY and I RRITABILITY induced by SPERMATORRLICEA •, the Symptoms, Effects,

and Rational Treatment. By 'l'. H. YrOMAN, M.D., Physician to the General Post-Office Letter-Carriers' Provident Institution, &c. London : EFFINGHAM 11, Royal Exchange ; and, by Post only, from the Author, 25, Lloyd-square.
December 29, 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
Rddney—wounded, 2. Vengeance—wounded, 2. Arethusa—killed, 4; wounded, 14. London—killed, 4; wounded, 18. Niger—killed, 1; wounded, 4. Furioug—wounded, 6. Total—killed, 44;

Rddney—wounded, 2. Vengeance—wounded, 2. Arethusa—killed, 4; wounded, 14. London—killed, 4; wounded, 18. Niger—killed, 1; wounded, 4. Furioug—wounded, 6. Total—killed, 44;

wounded, 266. DAVID DEMI, Deputy Medical Inspector of Fleets. THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL. PORTMAN-SQUARE, Midnight, Nov. 6. His Grace the Duke of Nevi castle has this evening received despatches, of which the following are copies, addressed to his Grace by General Lord Raglan, G.C.
November 10, 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England
 
Eopal Jabal Intelligence.

Eopal Jabal Intelligence.

Jabal Intelligence. HER MAJESTY'S SHIPS IN COMMISSION. Intelligence received at this Office to the time of going to Press, from the following Ships, Dockyards, and Stations. - lIOME STATIONS. PORTSMOUTH, Nov. 11. Drake, mortar vessel, will be in readiness for trial - n - ext week
November 17, 1854 - British Army Despatch - London, London, England