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iIII COLONIAL.

iIII COLONIAL.

DECLARATION OP THE GOVERNOR. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.—A correspondent of African Journal gives an account of Sir Harry fliith's entrance into Worcester on the 30th July, in his progress against Pretorius and the Boers: The Governor, says the correspondent, on reaching the triumphal, o
October 14, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DOUGLAS JERROLD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.

DOUGLAS JERROLD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.

mon,with those proceedings ,which ,we have always recommended for the good of mankind—anything in its course, from the plot to the catastrophe, probably nyw approaching, any act, or scene, or incident, or speech . , or gesture, which in the least resembles those things that have
October 14, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
[OCT. 14, BITS OF BOOKS.

[OCT. 14, BITS OF BOOKS.

A NERO OF A Boy.—But look now at that little swaggering urchin with scarcely more than two of our short years over its head, and it is a boy all over. The reign of dignity has been succeeded by that of impudence. Noise and movement are now his chief element. Up the stairs, and d
October 14, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
"nent's Improved Watches and cLooKs.,-. J. "ENT, Watch and Clnck Maker

"nent's Improved Watches and cLooKs.,-. J. "ENT, Watch and Clnck Maker

by distinct appointment to the Queen, ITlt.iL nce Albert, 11.1.31. the Emperor of Russia, most respectfully solicits from the public an inspection of his extensive STOCK of WATCHES and CLOCKS, embracing all the modern improvements, at the most economical c harges. • Ladies' gold
October 14, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
- ART of lIEALTII, lIAPPINESS,&LONG LIFE. In 2 vols., price 1 B each; by post (in stamps) Is. 6d. each.

- ART of lIEALTII, lIAPPINESS,&LONG LIFE. In 2 vols., price 1 B each; by post (in stamps) Is. 6d. each.

What to E a t, D r i n k, an d Avoid; with Diet Tables for all Complaints. HOW TO BE HAPPY. " Jucunde vlvere."—Cio. By Robert James Culverwell, 31.1t.C.5.,L.S A., &c. 23 years resident practitioner in London, To be had of Sherwood, 23, Paternoster-row; Carvalho, 147, Fleet-stree
October 14, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DR. CONOLLY ON LUNATIC ASYLUMS. Just published, with Plans, post Bvo., cloth, 611., The Construction and G overn- RENT of

DR. CONOLLY ON LUNATIC ASYLUMS. Just published, with Plans, post Bvo., cloth, 611., The Construction and G overn- RENT of

LUNATIC ASYLUMS and HOSPITALS for the INSANE. By Jonx CONOLLY, M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London, and Physician to the 3liddlesex. Lunatic Asylum at Hanwell. London: John Churchill, Princes-street, Soho.
October 14, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SHOOTING AND LOUNGING COATS.

SHOOTING AND LOUNGING COATS.

Fashionable Plaid . Os. 6d. to 28s. Quilting . . . . 2s. 6d. to ss. Boys' Hussar Suits . . . 17s. 6d, Super green or blk. cloth 255. Od. to 368. Fancy I 5s Od. to 12s. Ditto Tunic 17s Od. Velveteens, any colour . . . 18s. Our 'Vests are worthy of attention. LDitto Cloth Jacket .
June 2, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
EXECUTION OF GEN. RAMORINO. .

EXECUTION OF GEN. RAMORINO. .

SARDINIA.—"This morning, at six, says a letter from Turin of the 22nd inst.; "Gen. Ramorino was executed in the Champ de Mars. The general preserved his sangfroid to the last moment, and died like a real soldier. He walked to the ground in his full uniform, surrounded by a stron
June 2, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NOTABILITIES OF THE WEEK.

NOTABILITIES OF THE WEEK.

THE Duke of ST. ALBANR, whose death we record this week, was best known as haying a title to marry the rich Mrs. Courrs, and a sinecure of some £1,200 a-year as Hereditary Grand Falconer. He was the descendant of King CHARLES 11., and of his Protestant—that is, of Mrs. Eleanor G
June 2, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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June 2, 1849 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England