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A-FEW OF THE 50,000 TESTIMONIALS.

A-FEW OF THE 50,000 TESTIMONIALS.

Cure No. 75. From the 'Light Honourable the Lord Stuart.de P.cies. I have derived much benefit from Du , Barry's Health-restqring_Food. S . TVAIIT DE _DECIgS. Dromanft, Cappoquin, County of Waterford. Cure No. , Twenty five years' nerv - o - u - s - ne - s - s,co — n - stipation
April 27, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE, in Imperial Quarts and Pints.—Baron Liebig says :—" The specimens of your Pale Ale sent to me

ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE, in Imperial Quarts and Pints.—Baron Liebig says :—" The specimens of your Pale Ale sent to me

afforded me another opportunity of confirming its valuable qualities. I am myself an admirer of this beverage, and my own experience enables me to recommend it, in accordance with the opinion of the most eminent English physicians, as a very agreeable and efficient tonic, and as
April 27, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL, LEWISHAM. THE ANNUAL MEETING . was held THIS DAY In the CONGREGATIONAL LIBRARY. 3. HINCHLIFF, Esq., in the

CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL, LEWISHAM. THE ANNUAL MEETING . was held THIS DAY In the CONGREGATIONAL LIBRARY. 3. HINCHLIFF, Esq., in the

Chair. The Votes polled for the several Candidates were as follow, and the First Three were declared duly elected, viz. Jones, D. Jones, T. Rhead, E. •Corke, E ....... ........ 841 GEORGE ROSE, Secretary. Grange-road, April 26, 1853.
April 27, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
GLEIG'S SCHOOL SERIES. Just published, in limo, price One Shilling, HISTORY of FRANCE. Forming a Part of the new School

GLEIG'S SCHOOL SERIES. Just published, in limo, price One Shilling, HISTORY of FRANCE. Forming a Part of the new School

Series, edited by the Rev. G. R. M.A., Inspector-General of Military Schools. Now ready, in the same Series, SIMPLE TRUTHS from SCRIPTURE. 6d. cloth. MY FIRST SCHOOL BOOK. to TEACH me READING and WRITING. By WALTER M'LEOD, F.R.G.S., Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea. 18mo, price Si
April 27, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
D'OYLEYS SCOTCH AND WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE. Established 1678.

D'OYLEYS SCOTCH AND WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE. Established 1678.

IT having been the custom with gentlemen studying economy to purchase, for cash, their Cloths at this Warehouse, Messrs. WALKER, BABB, and CO. beg to inform them that their stock of Cloths are of the best WEST of ENGLAND manufacture. Their FitIEZES are from a superior maker, and
June 22, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
MONDAY, JUNE 20.

MONDAY, JUNE 20.

At the sitting of the House the following Bills were read a third time, and passed :—The Burford;_Lachlade, 'and Swindon Roads Bill; the East Lancashire Railway (Clifton to Salford) Bill ; the Electric Telegraph Company Bill (Amendments to be propcised).; the Furness Railway Bil
June 22, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
POST-OFFICE ORDERS.

POST-OFFICE ORDERS.

We beg to intimate to our Subscribers and Friends, that all Post-office Orders should be made payable at the GENERAL POST OFFICE, and not to any of the Branch offices. We have also specially to request, that, with a view to save trouble to ourselves as well as to our Printer, or
June 22, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1853. BANQUET OF THE PATRIOT AND BRITISH BANNER.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1853. BANQUET OF THE PATRIOT AND BRITISH BANNER.

Our columns to-day present an account of a social gathering, last Wednesday evening, which, we doubt not, will be read with very deep interest The event supplies abundant matter for remark, and even discussion; but we forbear. The Patriot has referred to it in a manner so approp
June 22, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
INSPECTION OF NUNNERIES,

INSPECTION OF NUNNERIES,

This subject continues increasingly to occupy public attention. Reflecting men begin to comprehend the danger with which they are threatened, on every side, from the invasion of Popery. The Protestant Alliance, as is meet, is stepping boldly forth to do its duty. On Monday, a De
June 22, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
designated the intelligent, free-born, religious sentiments of English Nonconformists. I believe that the time is not far distant when that

designated the intelligent, free-born, religious sentiments of English Nonconformists. I believe that the time is not far distant when that

Nonconformity will become Conformity, and when the Nonconformists will be the bigots—l will not say the Papists, but the bigots—of all the denominations that belong to that House, which is the proper or the nominal representative of English liberty. (Cheers.) The CHAIRMAN : I ha
June 22, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England