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ROWLAND'S ODONTO,

ROWLAND'S ODONTO,

OR PEARL DENTIFRICE, renders the Teeth beautifully White, and preserves the Gums. Price 2s. 9d. _per box, duty included. A. ROWIAND & SON, 20, HATTON-GARDEN, LONDON', is written in red on the wrappers of the 31AcAssAn OIL and KALvoon, and engraven on the Government Stamp affixed
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
.13RETT'S IMPROVED COGNAC BRANDY. TO defeat imposition, to afford the means of comparison, and consequently to dissipate prejudice, the undersigned

.13RETT'S IMPROVED COGNAC BRANDY. TO defeat imposition, to afford the means of comparison, and consequently to dissipate prejudice, the undersigned

Droprietors of a spirit po ssessing all the estimable p ro p er ti es o f th e Choicest distillations of France, will be happy to supply direct samples of th e genuine article, in sealed pint and quart bottles, 2s. and 3s. 6d. each; and to forward any quantity, from a gallo n u
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

THE principal interest of the week, secondary to her majesty's critical state, has been the somewhat alarming indisposition of H. R. H. the Duke of Sussex. The bulletin of Wednesday was as follows : "His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex had some return of fever last night, and
April 23, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
Illustrated Medical Hand-books, for Invalids. ONE SHILLING EACH. THE STOMACH, BLADDER, URETHRA, AND RECTUM; Their Diseases and Treatment; Dv It.

Illustrated Medical Hand-books, for Invalids. ONE SHILLING EACH. THE STOMACH, BLADDER, URETHRA, AND RECTUM; Their Diseases and Treatment; Dv It.

J. CULVERIVELL, M.D. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, &c. On Indigestion, with Diet tables for all Invalids, by post, Is. 6d. On Bladder and Urinary Derangements (sixteen engravings), by post, Is. 4d. On Stricture, &e., of the Urethra (fifty engravings), by post Is. 4d.
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
STEPHEN PEARSON AND VISCOUNT PALMERSTON.

STEPHEN PEARSON AND VISCOUNT PALMERSTON.

TT may not perhaps be generally known that, when the late Whig Foreign Secretary quitted Office, he disposed of his cast-off habiliments, and the different " Coals he had turned,'' to the most celebrated dealer in the Wardrobes of the Nobility and Gentry—the renowned STEPHEN PIC
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
RACES TO COME

RACES TO COME

Paris York Spring East Surrey Newmarket Lancaster l4 Knighton l9 Newton 2l Hampton 2l Newcastle•upon-Tyne 26 Southampton ll Liverpool .12 Arundel • • • • • • • •about 13 Tewkesbury and Gloucestershire lB Leominster 8 Gosport Lewes lO Marlow ..... • • •10 or 11 Wolverhampton l4 C
May 7, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

MONDAY.—Lord WHARNCLIFFE moved the second reading of the Registration of Voters Bill.—Lord BROUGHAM said, that annual registrations were the great evil of the present system of registration, and the great defect of the Reform Bill. They had all the disadvantages of annual parlia
May 7, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
A VISIT TO WHITECROSS STREET. "A chiel's amang ye takin' notes."—Bunns.

A VISIT TO WHITECROSS STREET. "A chiel's amang ye takin' notes."—Bunns.

SHOULD any chance straggler amongst the courts and alleys of Our modern Babylon, after blundering through the intricacies of the eastern part of the metropolis in search after the new continent of Cheapside—which, Columbus-like, he has been exploring in a short cut from the grea
June 18, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
PAST EVENTS.

PAST EVENTS.

THE LONDON STAG (JE - N - K - INSON) AND THE BIRMINGHAM LURCHER (BADCOCK).—We had prepared a very long report of this match for our second edition, but which, by accident, was omitted. A short repetition of the particulars of the match, which was for £25 aside, may not prove uni
June 18, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England
 
13o!ta Intellioettre, - MARLBOROUGH-STREET.—On Monday, among the usual complement of squalid disorderlies from the Vine-street station-house, were two whose appearance

13o!ta Intellioettre, - MARLBOROUGH-STREET.—On Monday, among the usual complement of squalid disorderlies from the Vine-street station-house, were two whose appearance

was in strong contrast to that of their fellow-prisoners. The first was a remarkably fine country girl, about eighteen years of age, superbly dressed, who was closely attended by a young gentleman, in a Macintosh, a very near relation of a noble viscount. The young woman, when b
June 18, 1843 - Illustrated London Life - London, London, England