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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THURSDAY. THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THURSDAY. THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

Parliament was this day opened by her Majesty the Queen in person. The doors of the House of Lords were thrown open to those who had the privilege of admission shortly after twelve o'clock, and from that period up to the entrance of her Majesty there was one continual succession
February 2, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE rrOAVN & COUNTRY NEWSPAPER.

THE rrOAVN & COUNTRY NEWSPAPER.

THE r rOAVN & COUNTRY NEWSPAPER. QTATIONER Y.—The Cheapest Houses LI in the World are ABTHUR GRANGER'S, High Ho - b wn. Branch E s tablishments -10 , Fitzroy-terrace, New-road: anl 9, Holborn Bars, City. Everything not only Cheap but Good Orders over 20s. carriage paid. Catalogue
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Pens.

Pens.

Per Gross. The Correspondence Pen, adapts itself to any hand ... 1 3 Fine Point for Ladies and Light Writing 1 3 Medium point, very soft and flexible... ... 1 3 Broad Point, a very easy writing Pen 1 6 These are well suited for school use. _ _ Extra Broad Points, will write with
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PORT ROYAL AS IT IS.

PORT ROYAL AS IT IS.

In the year 1851 I visited the ruins of Port Royal, in company with a young friend. After inspecting the palace of its persecutor at Versailles, in the upper gallery of which (rarely visited by strangers) there are many deeply interesting portraits of those connected with the mo
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
JAL 12, 1856.]

JAL 12, 1856.]

by L . L eonard Willing, the o ld es t omn ib us p ro p r i e t o r in with others, conv e yed t o the same . 10 43, °'e Ne wington and Kingsland and Dalston line an 4a Frising 22 omnibuses, 200 horses, and 70 ern,- re g g a French company's intend intended system of " corka en
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1856. BANKRUPTS. H. Crickmar, East Dot r iyland, Essex, ship owner—Jan. 11, at Basinghall-street. Jones, Chancery-lane, and Colchester. R. L. and G. D. Phillips, King William-street, City, general merchants 15, at Basinghall-street. Turnley and Luscombe, Canno
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Now published, Vol. 11., price 65., of PROFESSOR WILSON'S NOCTES AMBROSIAN.7E. To be completed in Four Volumes. WILLIAM BLACKWOOD and

Now published, Vol. 11., price 65., of PROFESSOR WILSON'S NOCTES AMBROSIAN.7E. To be completed in Four Volumes. WILLIAM BLACKWOOD and

Soles, Edinburgh and London.
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
P's and Q's: GRAMMATICAL HINTS FOR THE MILLION. With a Chapter on Speaking in Public. By the Hon. H. Author

P's and Q's: GRAMMATICAL HINTS FOR THE MILLION. With a Chapter on Speaking in Public. By the Hon. H. Author

of" Poor Letter H," etc., etc. Now ready, the second edition, in foolscap Svo, cloth. Sells, One Shilling. SEELEY, JACKSON, and HALLIDAY, 54, Fleet-street.
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Also, Gratis, and Postage Free, A LIST OF SURPLUS COPIES OF RECENT WORNS WITHDRAWN FROM CIRCULATION, AND OFFERED AT GREATLY

Also, Gratis, and Postage Free, A LIST OF SURPLUS COPIES OF RECENT WORNS WITHDRAWN FROM CIRCULATION, AND OFFERED AT GREATLY

REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH.
January 12, 1856 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PRISONERS IN THE PAPAL STATES.

PRISONERS IN THE PAPAL STATES.

The Piemonte of Turin gives the following account of the state of the prisons in the Papal dominions. It says In 1850 there were inprisoned. In 1851 If In 1852 - In 1853 12,035 In 1854 13,0,)6 Showing an augmentation of 2,570 —nearly one-fourth in five years. On the 31st of last
December 22, 1855 - Charles Knight's Town & Country Newspaper - London, London, England