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SHOCKING CHILD MURDER

SHOCKING CHILD MURDER

Mr. H. M. Wakleyhas held an inquest on view of the body of a child about 18 months old, which was discovered murdered on the Great Western Railway. On the 29th of Oct., 1848, a deal box, about 14 inches square. and inches deep, sewed up in a piece of canvass, and which had the d
June 8, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Great North of England ... ... 100 Great Western Hull and Selby Lancaster and Carlisle ... ... 50 Leeds and

Great North of England ... ... 100 Great Western Hull and Selby Lancaster and Carlisle ... ... 50 Leeds and

Bradford 50 Leeds and Think 50 Lancashire and Yorkshire ... ... 100 London and Blackwall ... 11 6 3... London, Brighton, and South Coast 100 London and Greenwich —ll 15 4... London and North Western... ..• ... 100 London and South Western Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire
June 8, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS TO RE DECLARED,

DIVIDENDS TO RE DECLARED,

June 28, S. S'ater, Albemarle-street, Piccadilly, tailor—June 28, J. Maberly, Bread street, Cheapslde, banker—June 23, H. F. Horneman, Queen-street, Cheapside, merchant—June 28, T. and W. A. Peirce Chapmans lade, Wilts, clothiers—June 28, Christy and Co., Rotherhithe, engineers
June 8, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
JULLIEN'S LAST INSPIRATION. Royal Surrey Zoological GARDENS. FOURTH WEEK OF MOWS. JULLIEN AND SECOND OF HIS NEW DERBY-DAY GALOP.

JULLIEN'S LAST INSPIRATION. Royal Surrey Zoological GARDENS. FOURTH WEEK OF MOWS. JULLIEN AND SECOND OF HIS NEW DERBY-DAY GALOP.

Monday, June 10, and Three following Days, DAWSON'S Gigantic Modelled Panorama of the Passage of the Alps by Napoleon and his Army, the Largest Picture in the World. Splendid Menagerie. Promenade Concert, by the Unrivalled Band of the establishment. Conducted by Mona. Jullien in
June 8, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
JOIN LAURENCE, Sec.

JOIN LAURENCE, Sec.

Mentor Life Assurance COMPANY.-2, Old Broad-street. Subscribed Capital, £250,000. PRESIDENT. Ills Grace the Duke of RUTLAND, E.G. VICE-PRESIDENT. Right lion. the Earl FITZWILLIAM, F.R.S., P.S.A. 11 DIRECTORS. John Dean Paul, Esq., Chairman. George Berkeley liarrison, Esq., Deput
June 8, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Southport, I South Molten, South Shields, Spalding, Stamford, Stafford, 1 return 30 0 0 St. Andrew's, St. Austell, 1 ret.

Southport, I South Molten, South Shields, Spalding, Stamford, Stafford, 1 return 30 0 0 St. Andrew's, St. Austell, 1 ret.

14 2 6 St. Colomb, St. Helen's, Stirling, 3 returns 56 7 0 Stockport, 1 ret.. 292 0 0 Stockton, 1 ret. . 65 13 6 Stoke-upon-Trent, Stonehouse, 1 ret. 18 11 0 Stourbridge, 1 ret. 77 6 0 Stroud, 1 return . 92 16 0 Sudbury, • • Sunderland, 1 ret. 192 12 0 Swansea, 2 eels. 150 8 0 T
June 8, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TIIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.

TIIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.

THERE is an institution in a state of premature decay, which, in these peculiar times for Britiah Agriculture, deserves that some effort should be made to save it; and which, if it attracted the public notice, would, in all probability, revive and flourish. We mean the Royal Agr
October 12, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE NETHERLANDS.

THE NETHERLANDS.

The Parliamentary Session opened at the Hague, on the 7th. His Majesty read a speech of a satisfactory character. The financial position "is of a nature to inspire us with courage and satisfaction. The reduction of the price of many of the principal articles of food, in conseque
October 12, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE CODE OF PROCEDURE OF THE STATE OF NEW. YORK,

THE CODE OF PROCEDURE OF THE STATE OF NEW. YORK,

THE CODE OF PROCEDURE OF THE STATE OF NEW . YORK, AS AMENDED BY THE LEGISLATURE, BY AN ACT PASSED APRIL 1 Iru, 1848. THE Act recites in its preamble that "it is expedient that the present forms of actions and plead" ings in cases at common-law should be abolished, "that the disti
November 23, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
1108

1108

wore of several defences set up in the answer and reply to the residue. § 154. If the answer contain a statement of new matter constituting a defence, and the plaintiff fail to reply or demur thereto within the time prescribed by law, the defendant may move on a notice of not le
November 23, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England