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COCHIN CHINA FOWLS.

COCHIN CHINA FOWLS.

MR. J. is favoured with instructions from Mr. Punchard of Blunt's Hall, Haverhill, Suffolk, to announce for sale by Auction at his Groat Room, SS, King street, Covent Garden, on Tuesday. eth January, at 11 for 12 o'clock precisely, 200 FIRST CLASS BIRDS, chiefly light coloured a
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE UNIVERSAL LIBRARY

THE UNIVERSAL LIBRARY

THE BEST WORKS OF THE BEST AUTHORS OF ALL NATIONS, IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF LITERATURE, ONAUTIFULLY AND ONINODNAT MINTZ!) ROYAL OCTAVO, MITI TWO OS TO NAM AND A A.LNDNONZ OOTNA. 1. SCOTT'S "LADY OF THE LAKE," and " LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL." 2. GOLDSMITH'S "VICAR OF WAKEFIELD," and
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD.

THE FIELD.

have been duly cautioned against propagating this false accusation against Mr. Messer, the summons was then dismissed, having occupied the Court upwards of four hours. At GUILDHALL.—Mr. Alderman Copeland delivered his decision in the charge against Mr. Grafton, ajeweller, which
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
G. ALLISON'S "ESSAY ON TASTE."

G. ALLISON'S "ESSAY ON TASTE."

PROSPE 1N adding to the number of cheap popular . .1. necessary briefly to describe the characteristic features 1. The Standard Excellence of the Works selected. 2. The Variety and Number of Subjects and Authors. 3. The Excellence of the Type, the Printing, and the Paper. 1. Vic
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD.

THE FIELD.

vulgar and intrusive curiosity, but, of kindly interest, the just gratification of which requires something more of colour, circumstance, description, and detail to be added to the mere outline sketches supplied by the Court newsman. This is all we aim at. This we hope to accomp
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 

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LYCEUM.

LYCEUM.

Brilliant scenery and dresses are the leading characteristics of the present burlesque at the Lyceum, which is entitled " The Good Woman in the Wood." The Good Woman in her flight from King Bruin finds in a wood three children, and brings them up. Two of the children turn out to
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD.

THE FIELD.

winner to be sold by auction after the race for 80 soya, and if any surplus above the selling price, to go to the fund; if entered at the time of accepting for £6O allowed slb, for £4O 101 b, and for £2O 141 b. About three miles and a half. (12 subs.) age nt lb Mr. Henderson's b
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
BOLTON OUARDI AY,

BOLTON OUARDI AY,

" Thls Review contains a vast mass of information with respect to the new publications of the day: no fewer than 110 of which we find noticed in the last number; besides fourteen French and twenty-one German books. Each number has also a retrospect of British, and a resume of Fr
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On Friday, the 3d lilt, at Montreal, Canada, the wife of Captain (:riffin, D.A. Adjutant-General, of a daughter.—On the 17th ult., at the Rector), Stoke-Dry, Rutland, the wife of the Rev. C. H. Swann, of a son.—On the 20th nit, at the Parsonage, Blackpool. the wife of the itev.
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
STATUARY PORCELAIN.

STATUARY PORCELAIN.

MR COPELAND respectfully invites; the attention of the Nobility, Gentry, and Public to the following Important Works, which may now be Inspected at his London Establishment. lel New Bond-street. The celebrated BUST Or THE LATE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, by Count IVOrtay, the demand for
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England