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March 1, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER

THE TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWSPAPER

from the westward, and heavy masses of grey and inky I clouds were rising from the horizon, and sweeping rapidly over the plateau. The sun was quite lost to view. The water of the roadstead, and the sea as far as the eye could reach, were enveloped by a thin mist. The north shor
March 1, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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March 1, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Everybody's Question, and Everybody's Book. In fcp. Bvo, price Is. 6d. A DULTERATION OF FOOD, DRINK, and DRUGS. Being the

Everybody's Question, and Everybody's Book. In fcp. Bvo, price Is. 6d. A DULTERATION OF FOOD, DRINK, and DRUGS. Being the

Evidence taken before the Committee of the House of Commons, arranged and simplified, with an Index to facilitate reference. DAVID BRYCE, 48, Paternoster-row.
March 1, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A ANOTHER CURE OF FOUR YEARS' ASTHM BY

A ANOTHER CURE OF FOUR YEARS' ASTHM BY

1 - IR. - LOCOCK'S PULMONIC WAFERS. 1-1 —Matilda Shaw, of Haringbay, has been severely afflicted with Asthma for four years, so that she could only lie in one pO in bed. After taking three boxes of Dr. Locock's Wafers, she is so far cured as to be able to lie in any posture with
May 24, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
'''ke4l°,44P!t;%'''4o Riccia (alone). But why, in such an hour as this, doth fall So infinite a sadness on my soul?

'''ke4l°,44P!t;%'''4o Riccia (alone). But why, in such an hour as this, doth fall So infinite a sadness on my soul?

The heav'nly dream of life is now fulfilled. I am his own—his own—for evermore. And yet, amid the thrilling blessedness That swells in angel's music through my heart, There comes a funeral strain—as though at night, Upon a calm and summer moonlit sea, The mermaids sung a tale of
May 24, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
EXECUTION OF THE MURDERERS OF MISS HINDS.

EXECUTION OF THE MURDERERS OF MISS HINDS.

The execution of James Murphy and Thomas Dunn, convicted at the recent special commission, the former for the actual murder of Miss Hinds, and the latter for conspiring with others to procure the perpetration Of that crime, took place a few days ago in front of the gaol at Cavan
May 24, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RUSSIAN SISTERS OF MERCY.

RUSSIAN SISTERS OF MERCY.

The Journal de St. Petersbourg, of Jan. 25th, publishes the following "By the instructions of the Empress, the public were informed of the departure for the Crimea of the widows of mercy of the establishment at St. Petersburg and Moscow, enjoying her Majesty's patronage. Since t
February 9, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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February 9, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LA, joint Vditical rtas.

LA, joint Vditical rtas.

joint Vditical HOUSE OF 14ORDS.—Furn_iv. In the brief sitting of lakt evening Lord LYNDHURST announced that on Monday next he should lay on the table certain resolutions having reference to the subject of lite peerages. _
February 9, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England