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THE GRAND NATIONAL CONCERTS.

THE GRAND NATIONAL CONCERTS.

The Executive Committe . , Directors, and Managers, of "The Grand National Concerts," have the honour to announce that the First Series will commence On TUESDAY next, the 15th of October. The Committee have the utmost pride and satisfaction in announcing that, by the gracious pe
October 12, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A NEW MEDICINE.

A NEW MEDICINE.

Franks's Specific Capsule.— Each Capsule containing the Specific is made of the purest Gelatine, which, encased in tinfoil, may be conveniently carried in the pocket; and being both elastic and pleasant to take, affords the greatest facility for repeating the doses without inter
October 12, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LIGHTS AND SHADES OF MARRIED LIFE.

LIGHTS AND SHADES OF MARRIED LIFE.

Orthodox, Anti-Empirical, and Original, Is.; by post, Is. 6d. Afartiage—itsDivinity and Ends. "To be, or not to be, that is the question."—Shakspere. By R. J. CULVERWELL, M.D., MRCS., LELA, &C. Twenty-six Years Medical and Forensic Referee in these matters. THEME—Happy and Fruit
October 12, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
but you see, my dear, he is older than you are, he has more experience and judgment; it will be

but you see, my dear, he is older than you are, he has more experience and judgment; it will be

well to yield sometimes, for when a man takes a young wife, and is subject to her caprices, he loses the respect of the world. Now, Petite, you must be jealous of your husband's reputation and honour—both are your own; do not forget it. As for you, Armand, I only say this: a wom
November 23, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WARWICK NOVEMBER MEETING.

WARWICK NOVEMBER MEETING.

Steeple-chasing in foul weather may be aptly termed the pursuit of sport under difficulties. Everything is invested with a dull, cheerless aspect, and the proceedings are conducted in the most miserable manner possible. Jockeys are so splashed and besmeared with mud that their f
November 23, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE.

MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE.

MoNDAY—The fresh supply of English Wheat was rather larger than last week, and being In better condition, the whole was readily cleared off at an advance of Is. per qr. on the rates of last Monday. Foreign Wheat was held with great firmness, but no advance could be realised. Fin
September 21, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A NEW MEDICINE.

A NEW MEDICINE.

Franks's Specific Capsule.-- Each Capsule containing the Specific is made of the purest Gelatine, which, encased in tinfoil, May be conveniently carried in the pocket; and being both elastic and pleasant to take, affords the greatest facility for repeating the doses without inte
September 21, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A DIGEST

A DIGEST

OP THE PRODUCTIVE REVENUES, COMMERCIAL LEGISLA. TION, CUSTOMS' TARIFFS, NAVIGATION, PORT, AND QUARANTINE LAWS AND CHARGES, AND THE MONEYS, WEIGHTS ; AND MEASURES OF ALL NATIONS INCLUDING ALL BRITISH AND COMMERCIAL TREATIES WITH FOREIGN STATES. By JOHN MACGREGOR, Esq., M.P., The
September 21, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
AUTUMNAL AND WINTER HOSIERY. An unlimited choice of every description of the best Woollen HOSIERY manufactured from Spanish Merinos, Australian,

AUTUMNAL AND WINTER HOSIERY. An unlimited choice of every description of the best Woollen HOSIERY manufactured from Spanish Merinos, Australian,

Saxony, Cashmere, and other soft and warm Materials, into STOCKINGS, SOCKS, DRAWERS, VESTS, and INVALID UNDER-DRESSES; also, LADIES' ELASTIC GAITERS for cold feet, and various kinds of Winter Dressing-Gowns. Gloves of a new Material, exquisitely soft, warm, and beautiful, at POP
September 21, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY NEWS AND PINT A • ECONOMIST. [No. 183.

THE WEEKLY NEWS AND PINT A • ECONOMIST. [No. 183.

January 12, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England