Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 20,518 articles

EIJA, ?-■) jSti.j for (bund judgment, it is ti tie cause of justjoe and hum goint out liie maftr- which

EIJA, ?-■) jSti.j for (bund judgment, it is ti tie cause of justjoe and hum goint out liie maftr- which

require explanation, am. t in»i»t U» t sut fions sliou d 1 ej.rciCc and point*l. not 'think that the language o! t:.e Jiog ish press on h"* done credit eit rof the ■ , which appears to divided. ths one sid i ig ■ fleree eagerne-s to ratify the most t rrible ts of severity withou
November 25, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS THE WEEK. sell aloof from the tra le,” another wanted come into it" without regular quabflcation, a tV lie cause he set the trade at defiance A | mnt maker, a little old man," had his hi*l battered smashed with a life-preserv. because had not Hdd Ithe trade.” The remarkable
June 29, 1867 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE VACCINATION BILL.

THE VACCINATION BILL.

i-.i.,.;,, Lankester, Medical Officer of Health, of St. James’s Westminster, London, desirous of showing how thfvacd'ntion ill, now before the House of Commons, Im protaw" operate, writes the following a contemr° Allow me through your columns to call the attention the public to
June 29, 1867 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
mastee's report

mastee's report

The Master, Mr. Gibbons, reported that there were 503 inmates on the last day of the week, corresponding period last year A6l , a mitte during the week, discharged 2o; born, , died, 3. Vagrants relieved, men, 86; women 53 ; children, 17. Idiots 28, Luatics, 137. the North Surrey
June 29, 1867 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COREK3PONDEBCE

COREK3PONDEBCE

CHELSEA. HOSPITAL GROUNDS.
June 29, 1867 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF A FRENCH SORCERER!

DEATH OF A FRENCH SORCERER!

About the Ist of May there died in Pans octogenarian, Count d’Ourche, who for the latter part of his Ion<» life was solitary and reputed sorcerer (says the New York Nation.) Remarkable stories are told by those who sometimes dined with him of invisible hands performing admirably
June 29, 1867 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CHARLES MELTON,

CHARLES MELTON,

The West End Fashionable Hat and Cap Warehouse, 60, FULHAM ROAD, (Late Cranley Terrace, near the Hospital for Consumption.) TEA ! TEA ! TEA ! The Best and Cheaptst in London is acknowledged to SNELLINGS O W T • Black or Mixed. A Splendid Family Tea. In consequence of its truly w
February 1, 1868 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION OF THE LABOURING CLASSES.

EDUCATION OF THE LABOURING CLASSES.

The following points have been agreed upon the Council of the North Hiding Chamber of Agriculture, for transmission to the nine branch chambers for discussion and reports 1. Whether it is desirable to provide funds for the education of the labouring classes, where the school acc
February 1, 1868 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MR. TRAIN IN CORK.

MR. TRAIN IN CORK.

Mr. Train commenced bis lectures Cork, on Monday evening, and the wails everywhere announced “coming.” He advertises himself thus all whom it may concern,” begins the manifesto; “when, in the course of human events, an American citizen visltiii ' p a foreign land on important fi
February 1, 1868 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
4d. per oz. or ss. by the lb.

4d. per oz. or ss. by the lb.

February 1, 1868 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England