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THE ALLIED FLEETS ON THE CRIMEAN COAST.

THE ALLIED FLEETS ON THE CRIMEAN COAST.

There are now stationed before SebastoPol the French ships of the line Napoleon and Jean-Bart, the Panama (steam frigate), and the Piimognet (steam corvette), and the English ships of the line Agamemnon, Hannibal, and Algiers, as Well as two frigates of the English nation. In th
January 10, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
meeting was bold in the chapel at Seaton, when the pastor presided; and a series of addresses, suitable to the

meeting was bold in the chapel at Seaton, when the pastor presided; and a series of addresses, suitable to the

occasion, were delivered by the Revs. J. Healey, Kavanagh (Wesleyan), of Chard, Quick and Isaacs, and Mr. Robert Evans, of Colyton. ENDLESS-STREET CHAPEL, SALISBURY. On Monday evening, January 1, the church and congregation held their annual tea-meeting in the schoolroom connect
January 10, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
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January 10, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS DECLARED.

DIVIDENDS DECLARED.

J. Chancellor, Phcenix-place, liorringt;;i-street, Clerkenwell, funeral carriage master, first dividend of 4s. 6d. in the pound, payable at 25, Coleman-street, City, on Thursday, January 11, and three following Thursdays—J. Kingston, Reading, draper, first dividend of 9d. in the
January 10, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
PRIZE MEDAL. WATETERSTON AND BROGDEN'S GOLD CHAINS by Troy Weight, at realisable value, the Workmanship at Wholesale Manufacturers' Prices. The

PRIZE MEDAL. WATETERSTON AND BROGDEN'S GOLD CHAINS by Troy Weight, at realisable value, the Workmanship at Wholesale Manufacturers' Prices. The

Col in the Chains guaranteed, and re-purchased at the price charged" Here's the note, How much your chain weighs, to the utmost carat, The fineness of the gold, and charge for fashion" —Shakspeare. N. B. Stock all marked in plain figures; and money returned for country orders in
January 10, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES AND LAUNDRESSES.

IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES AND LAUNDRESSES.

J. AND J. COLMAN'S SOLUBLE SATIN GLAZE STARCH and No. 1 RICE STARCH. (THESE REQUIRE NO BOILING.) PURE No. 1 WHEATEN STARCH. (THIS MAY BE USED EITHER WITH OR WITHOUT BOILING.) SPECIMENS of these Starches being sent to the Great Exhibition in 1 8 51 , were Awarded a PRIZE MEDAL fo
January 10, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
PICTORIAL PAGES, JANUARY. With Six Illu.strations. One Penny. New Series. Address—The Castaway—The Orange Tree—J. B. Gough— The Empty Well—The Ladder

PICTORIAL PAGES, JANUARY. With Six Illu.strations. One Penny. New Series. Address—The Castaway—The Orange Tree—J. B. Gough— The Empty Well—The Ladder

and the Shell—A Christian— The Moslem and his Capital—News from the Seat of War— China—" He has Taken me Off"—The Provident Woodpecker —The Crimea and the War—The Pour Words, &c. London : Partridge, Oakey, and Co., Paternoster-row.
January 10, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
NEUVEAUTES.—TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. AHERMANN, TAILOR, CLOTHIER. and WATERPROOFER, 91, FLEET-STREET, • begs to offer to the Nobility, Gentry, and

NEUVEAUTES.—TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. AHERMANN, TAILOR, CLOTHIER. and WATERPROOFER, 91, FLEET-STREET, • begs to offer to the Nobility, Gentry, and

Public generally, the most sensible garment ever shown to the Faslaionable World—for use, beauty, and durability. Eruteman's celebrated PATENT CAPE, suitable to Gentlemen, Ladies and Children, for Walking, Riding, and Driving; can also be made use of as a Railway Wrapper, withou
January 10, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
illiim RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS OF THE NURSES.

illiim RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS OF THE NURSES.

A "Protestant clergyman of the old school having cautioned his parishioners against sending out their bounty to our suffering countrymen in the East through Roman Catholic channels," one of his parishioners had the sense and spirit to write to Mrs. Herbert, who replied as follow
January 24, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
OF THE WAR,

OF THE WAR,

The Earl of ELLENBOROUGH gave notice, that on Thursday next he should move for a Return of the number of troops sent out to the Crimea, distinguishing the infimtry, cavalry, and sailors ; and also the number of killed, wounded, sick, and otherwise disabled. The noble Earl also i
January 24, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England