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TO THE PROPRIETORS OF PARR'S LIFE PILLS.

TO THE PROPRIETORS OF PARR'S LIFE PILLS.

TO THE PROPRIETORS OF PARR ' S LIFE PILLS. Gentlemen,—This is to inform you, in detail, that Old PARR'S LIFE PILLS (or Pills of Health), have done for me. First,—They have cured me of a cough of about three years' duration, by which I could sleep very little ; but the third night
February 1, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
ROIA A LAIDE GALLERY, Lowther Arcade, r mind, ope ly from 11 to 5, and from a quarter before 7

ROIA A LAIDE GALLERY, Lowther Arcade, r mind, ope ly from 11 to 5, and from a quarter before 7

atil half-pas 10 every evening, . Among the Exhibitions may be mentioned, the Colossal uming Lens, 3 feet in diameter, and 3 cwt., bv whose rays the m's rays may be so collected and concentrated as to fire Gold, .Irer, Platina, and other metals, in the short space of one or ro s
February 21, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
rected the resources for the supply of those operations which were conducted by others. The present vote was unprecedented of

rected the resources for the supply of those operations which were conducted by others. The present vote was unprecedented of

its kind. The thanks of parliament were the highest honour which could be conferred on individuals ; but if conferred on services so minute as those rendered by Lord Ellenboroughhis merit having been confined to making the commissariat department efficient—it did appear to him a
February 21, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
" GENEVESE PEOPLE!

" GENEVESE PEOPLE!

"It is with a satisfaction which -will be felt by all, that the Council of State announces to you the termination of the disorders which polluted our city with blood. "The Council of State is about to propose the enactment of a general amnesty to the Grand Council. May that meas
February 22, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
WORKS PUBLISHED BY JOHN MURRAY, Albemarle Street. Now ready,'Second Edition, with Portrait and Plates, Bvo. 10s. ALEXANDER BURNES' NARRATIVE of

WORKS PUBLISHED BY JOHN MURRAY, Albemarle Street. Now ready,'Second Edition, with Portrait and Plates, Bvo. 10s. ALEXANDER BURNES' NARRATIVE of

a JOURNEY to CABOOL, and a Residence in that City. . - Second Edition, with additional Wood-cuts, post Bvo. 9s. 6d. THE CHASE, TURF, and ROAD. By NIMROD. Illustrated with Plates, by Aiken and others. - Now ready, post Bvo. 12s. APHORISMS AND REFLECTIONS, a Miscellany of Thought
February 22, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
CONFERENCE PORTRAITS.

CONFERENCE PORTRAITS.

(For the Evening Mtar.) No. 11.—REV. MR. SOLLY OF YROVIL.—The earnestness, kindness, and intelligence of this truly excellent dissenting clergyman won for him the attachment of—one may say—the whole Conference. His head and face are extremely prepossessing. The organs of benevol
January 23, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. Our accounts from Madrid are of the 9th inst. The most extraordinary rumours continued to . be

LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. Our accounts from Madrid are of the 9th inst. The most extraordinary rumours continued to . be

circulated respecting the projects of the Spanish refugees in France. The Government, however, Was on its guard, and fully prepared to baffle the subversive designs of the anarchists. The Cabinet was about to introduce important reforms in the various branches of the Government.
August 18, 1842 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. I.—A tatar has just arrived with despatches and letters containing most important and deplorable intelligence from Bagdad. Negib Pacha, who had been removed for misconduct from Damascus, and with the glaring inconsistency which so often characterises the adm
February 23, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS, FEB. 16 The house met at five o'clock. Lord CAMPBELL laid a bill on the table of the house, the object of which was that the time for swearing in Peers as members of the house should be extended from nine o'clock to five o'clock, instead of from nine o'clock to f
February 17, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE, Feb. 16.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE, Feb. 16.

BOW-STREET.—Charles Coward, a porter, in the service of Messrs. Smith and Co., warehousemen, of King-street, Cheapside, was placed at the bar, for final examination, on a charge of stealing a vast quantity of satins and valentias, belonging to his employers; and James Newcomb, a
February 17, 1843 - Evening Star (London) - London, London, England