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PROFESSOR ANTONIO POLETTI,

PROFESSOR ANTONIO POLETTI,

(The Celebrated Italian Wizard.) DRAWN FROM AUTHENTIC DOCUMENTS. . . . . ESTO BREVIS. THE life of every celebrated man is a history in itself, in sua forma, full of interest and instruction, if read aright, and well pondered over ;.but when'the subject of a brief memoir like thi
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
don, where he remained for a long time incognito through his friendly devotedness to some three or four persons, whose

don, where he remained for a long time incognito through his friendly devotedness to some three or four persons, whose

combined ingratitude so affected him as almost to deprive him of all love and ardour for his profession. The first time Poletti's name appeared before the English public was in a judicial Chancery suit, published in the Times, and all the London journals, August 5, 1856—a suit g
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Übi bene, ibi patria,

Übi bene, ibi patria,

and this we do the more pleasingly, because of certain calumnies which they were subjected to by private malice, shortly after their arrival in London, but which base treachery they triumphed over by the uprightness of their conduct, and the esteem of their tried and sincere fri
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
, contain any and Faniitics, by II: and et111:i Lethby,

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is., byth sale 63, King --•-- teTrade, cer and p, 'lub H, loisoni - &c. only ..Pure _ , 1$ the iPF. --- woklairle - d i - Vinegar.' in its ordinav )us acids. This Vinegar does Mt dulterating, ingredient whater ' delicious Vinegar, insure puni v.-_- _ per cent. See Reports of - e
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
PALE ALE, n the finest condition, is now being delivered by lIARRINGTON PARKER and Co. This celebrated Ale, re....„--.7vommended by

PALE ALE, n the finest condition, is now being delivered by lIARRINGTON PARKER and Co. This celebrated Ale, re....„--.7vommended by

Baron Liebeg and an the Faculty, is suplied Bottles and in Casks of 18 gallons and upwards by HARRINGTON PARKER AND CO., WIVE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, 5, Pall Mall, London. M & LI MS 245. PER DOZEN, CASH. • This delicious wine may be obtained at the above extraordinary low price, f
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
THE BEST NATIVE OYSTERS IN THE WORLD, AND BEST LOBSTER SALADS IN LONDON, are to be had at SMITH'S, 397,

THE BEST NATIVE OYSTERS IN THE WORLD, AND BEST LOBSTER SALADS IN LONDON, are to be had at SMITH'S, 397,

STRAND. Next the Lyceum.
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE BOXES, &c. FOR ALL THE THEATRES, In the best situations may, as usual, be secured at EBERS' S British

PRIVATE BOXES, &c. FOR ALL THE THEATRES, In the best situations may, as usual, be secured at EBERS' S British

and Foreign Circulating Libra* 27, OLD BOND STREET, Whence all the New Publications arc sent for perusal or purchase to any part of the Kingdom. Terms of Subscription may be had on application at 27, Old Bond-street.
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
IMIIS sllrtraplitatt LONDON: JANUARY 25TR, 1859. rtug,

IMIIS sllrtraplitatt LONDON: JANUARY 25TR, 1859. rtug,

sllrtraplitatt LONDON: JANUARY 25TR, 1859. rtug,
January 25, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
THERE WAS A LASS, AND SHE WAS FAIR.

THERE WAS A LASS, AND SHE WAS FAIR.

THERE WAS A LASS, AND WAS FAIR. There was a lass, and she was fair, At kirk and market to be seen, When a' the fairest maids were met, The fairest maid was bonnie Jean. And aye she wrought her mammie's wark, And aye she sang sae merrilie : The blithest bird upon the bush Had ne'e
January 25, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England