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January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE POST CATALOGUE

THE POST CATALOGUE

PUBLIC LIIIZAILY, CONDUIT-11VMM OF NEW AND POPULAR BOOKS Recently added to this extensive and valuable Library, from which the Nobility and Gentry in Town and Country are supplied is now ready, with the Terms on which Books are forwarded for perusal to all parts of the Kingdom,
January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DOUGLAS JERROLD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.

DOUGLAS JERROLD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.

addition to the monies authorised to be raised under the former act of Parliament—Scollish Press. THR LATEST ASSURDITY.—UNLAWFULNESS OF THE USE OF CHLOROFORM.—Of all the difficulties I and annoyances that men of genius have to encounter and to overcome, that engendered by religi
January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
perceive a publication purporting to be a speech of Mr. John Reynolds, in which he alludes to me in the

perceive a publication purporting to be a speech of Mr. John Reynolds, in which he alludes to me in the

capacity of candidate, representative, and landlord. I can scarcely suppose that this individual could have uttered such calumnies as there appear. I think it necessary, however, to say, that the statements are not merely unfounded, but are a tissue of base and infamous falsehoo
January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
1848.] TOWN TALK.

1848.] TOWN TALK.

THE COURT.—The Queen, with Prince Albert and their children, has spent the week at Windsor. Among her visitors were the French Ambassador, the Duke of Victory (Espartero ), and his Duchess, Lord Palmerston, &c. Prince Albert and his harriers have killed several hares. The Queen
January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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[JAN. 1, Window-Tax, and the play ends. I only wish I could describe to you the last scene. Mandrake. Why, what's it like? Peabody. It's called—The Triumph of Hygeia. Lord Morpeth—the genius of the Woods and Forests—appears in a silver white robe; and waving a roll of parchment,
January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CHLOROFORM AND ETHER.

CHLOROFORM AND ETHER.

Several operations were, on Monday last, performed at the Free Hospital, Gray's-inn-road, upon. patients under these antesthetical agents. Mr. Thos. Wakley, jun., was the operator in all the cases, and excited the admiration of his surgical brethren by the consummate skill and p
January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
1848.] THE BUTTON-HOLDER.

1848.] THE BUTTON-HOLDER.

NEW METROPOLITAN BOROUGH. LORD G. BENTINCK'S FINALITY AND MOORE'S ETERNITY 1 —Lord G. Bentinck has made the following reply to a request made that he would allow his name to be placed on the list of vice-presidents of one of the committees established for the purpose of procurin
January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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'Must, the Clown, late of Astley's, and the entire pantomime was well received. The fortunes of the QUEEN'S have revived under the influences of merrie Christmas, and a new panto. mime entitled, "Fair Rosamond, or Harlequin and the Magic Rose," decidedly an attractive productions
January 1, 1848 - Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England