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1090

—and thereby were concentrated into one generation the evils of war, which could not otherwise be suffered except by successive generations—(hear). The system was indefensible, both on the principles )fluttnanity and political economy, and he believed the time would p:nne —it wa
November 16, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS. LAW.

JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS. LAW.

THE ANNUITY OF THE LATE QUEEN DOWAGER. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.—(Sittiaos in Basco.) — Tat Quaa r. Tat 01 TARA. iIDRY.—Mr. Wortley appeared to move for a rule to show cause why a mandamus should not issue to the Lords Commissioners of thiTreasury, commanding them to pay to Lord B
November 16, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
1091

1091

1 We have received the first two numbers, (Sept. 8 and IS), of the Illustrated Californian News, published at San Francisco. The cuts are somewhat roughly executed, but display considerable ingenuity and imaginative power. In the first Number there are graphic sketches of the ob
November 16, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Life and Correspondence of Southey. Edited by his Son. Vol. VI. Longman and Co. The present volume, which concludes this very interesting biographical series, extends over the last fourteen years of Southey's life; from 1829, when he was just entering on his fifty-fifth year, to
November 16, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ITALIAN OPERA AT PARIS.

ITALIAN OPERA AT PARIS.

It appears that Mr. Ltunley is duly installed in the direction of the Italian Opera at Paris. He has been actively employed in preparations for the campaign. His engagements, up to the present time, show a larger amount of talent in the basses of his troupe than in the sopranos
November 16, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Price 4d.; poet free dd., or six penny stamps.

Price 4d.; poet free dd., or six penny stamps.

_ . NEUROTONICS; or, the Art of Strengthening the Nerves; being an Outline of a new Method of curing Disease, Debility Melancholy, Nervousness, 8.7. c., dre., By D. NAPIER, M.D.— " A little work, of which no one who values health, happiness, or success in life, ought to neglect
November 16, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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November 16, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
the office this paper, has in his possession a very interesting historical relic—a small embroidered cambric pocket-handkerchief, which was used

the office this paper, has in his possession a very interesting historical relic—a small embroidered cambric pocket-handkerchief, which was used

by Charles I. upon the scaffold, and is stained with his blood. It came originally from John Fenwicke, who was Major of cavalry in Cromwell's army, and in that capacity was required to be present at the execution of the unhappy monarch. The relic pas?ed from his family to that o
July 6, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

France is apparently tranquil. The Assembly is engaged in restricting the press. The French papers occupy themselves with discussing abstractions, or speculating on future events, such as the course to be taken when the present term of Presidentship expires. In the meantime the
July 6, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
VIE CONPIRMATTOI4 DAY,

VIE CONPIRMATTOI4 DAY,

"There was an unusual stir in the old cathedral town of-. It was neither a market-day, nor the anniversary of a public fete; neither the season of the annual visitation, nor of any public meeting; yet the narrow footways were thronged, and knots of idlers stood inconveniently at
July 6, 1850 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England