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INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION.

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION.

Since the debate in the House of Commons on this subject, Richard Cobden has addressed the following letter to Joseph Sturge _ _ _ "London, 15th June, 1849. "My DEAR STURGE.—The friend of peace ought to be very well satisfied with the result of Tuesday's debate. A close scrutiny
June 27, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

REMITTANCES IRISII EMIGRANTS IN AMERICA. —One of the most remarkable circumstances connected With the condition of Ireland, is the large amount of money still received from Irish settlers in the United States by their relatives in this country, to enable the latter to emigrate.
June 27, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
ffotetgn Nebgs.

ffotetgn Nebgs.

FRANCE. On Tuesday week the project of law on the clubs was debated in the Legislative Assembly. The Commission, which named M. de Lasteyrie as its reporter, concluded not only that it should be adopted, but proposed an additional article, to the effect that, within a year, a pr
June 27, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Mcrae ecceopontence,

Mcrae ecceopontence,

STEPS IN ADVANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE BRITISH _BANNER. Sia,—Pe - rmit me to express my cordial approbation of the steps you have recently taken as a parishioner of St. Luke's, and as a member of that national Institution called the Established Church. The State has included al
June 27, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
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June 27, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
THE TWO ROYAL BLUE HOUSES, ISLINGTON AND SHOREDITCH. BONNETS. —E. W. FREESTONE respectfully calls the attention of the Nobility, Gentry,

THE TWO ROYAL BLUE HOUSES, ISLINGTON AND SHOREDITCH. BONNETS. —E. W. FREESTONE respectfully calls the attention of the Nobility, Gentry,

and Public generally, to the extensive alterations and improvements he has recently effected in his Establishments, by the erection of additional Show Rooms, Brc., which will enable him to afford increased fecilities for the inspection of his varied and extensive Stock of LADIES
June 27, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
322 tions into which that Christianity is, perhaps unfortunately, divided; but we are united in the wish that the knowledge

322 tions into which that Christianity is, perhaps unfortunately, divided; but we are united in the wish that the knowledge

of Christ and him crucified, should be made known to the heathen through our common instru • mentality. I have recently been made acquainted with a circumstance I feel it my duty to mention. I shall refer to it without asperity, though I shall mention it with deep regret. I, mys
May 9, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
MAMMA'S ABSENCE; or, The Written Rules. Price 2s. 6d. "We have here a beautiful allegorical tale, intended and cal, culated

MAMMA'S ABSENCE; or, The Written Rules. Price 2s. 6d. "We have here a beautiful allegorical tale, intended and cal, culated

to show children the value of the Bible as a Rule of Life. Mamma goes from home, and leaves with her children ' Written Rules,' which she enjoins them to read every dax, in ottler that they may understand their import,—and she tells them that they must follow these rules, though
May 9, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Ultimatum puntanitv, Uctigion.

Ultimatum puntanitv, Uctigion.

May 30, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
NO INCONVENIENCE IN OBTAINING COMFORT WITHOUT CUTTING. FROM H. BROWNE, Esq., Surgeon to Her Majesty and the Royal Family, Windsor

NO INCONVENIENCE IN OBTAINING COMFORT WITHOUT CUTTING. FROM H. BROWNE, Esq., Surgeon to Her Majesty and the Royal Family, Windsor

:—I have had several very painful Corns removed from my feet by Mr. 'tendon without any pain, and confidently recommend him to those suffering from Corns or Bunions. His peculiar method of extracting Corns has procured for him great success in the Royal Establishment.-11. Browne
May 30, 1849 - British Banner - London, London, England