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MHE ONLY SUBSTITUTE FOR SILVER that can be depended on for purity of Metal, hardness, and durability, which can only

MHE ONLY SUBSTITUTE FOR SILVER that can be depended on for purity of Metal, hardness, and durability, which can only

be distinguished from real silver by persons well acquainted with the Hall-mark, is " BARLOW'S BRITISH PLATE." Warranted to stand the test of aqua-fortis, and to retain their Silvery Whiteness of appearance as long as the articles endure, at the same time possessing this importa
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
GOUT AND RHEUMATISM.

GOUT AND RHEUMATISM.

AMONG the many discoveries that characterize the eventful age in which we live, nothing has contributed so much to the comfort and ease of the commuitty, nor conferred such a boon upon suffering humanity, as that important discovery and never-failing remedy for the Gout and Rheu
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
CORN LAWS.

CORN LAWS.

Lord MONTEAGLE intimated his intention of bringing forward his motion for inquiry into the Corn-laws on Tuesday week. The Earl of SHAFTESBURY read the report of the Townshend Peerage case, and feared there would be no remedy but by a bill. HOUSE OF COMMONS—MONDAY. POOR-LAW. Mr.
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
RUPTURES.

RUPTURES.

" Colonel Francklin informs ITl;O ' se V1;) - 1 .- 1 . a . ve Ruptures, that he has been wearing Trusses thirty years, and lie has never met with but one individual who was master of the complaint. He has likewise an elder brother, a Colonel in the Honourable East India Company'
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
WANTED, a SITUATION as Waiter, Messenger, Warehouseman, or in connection with a Railway, by a Young man, who would make

WANTED, a SITUATION as Waiter, Messenger, Warehouseman, or in connection with a Railway, by a Young man, who would make

himself generally useful. Respectable Reference and Security if required. Apply by letter pre-paid to A. Z. 194 Strand.
March 11, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
by a divorce quite as summary and effective (for the time) as that which relieved Lord Ellenborough, a few years

by a divorce quite as summary and effective (for the time) as that which relieved Lord Ellenborough, a few years

ago, after an exposure which must have amazingly edified the minds and improved the morals of the Aristocracy. Were the people properly represented in the Council of the Nation, such things as we complain of could by no means exist. The curse of the present system is, that there
March 18, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

The Chamber of Deputies still continued discussing the Douro wine question; but it was not expected that the endowment of the company would be carried into effect, if the convention with England was concluded. The announcement of the last offers, which are officially called an u
March 18, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

• A serious riot has takn place at Vienna, between the students and the military, in which one student was killed, and several wounded. His Royal Highness the Archduke Francis Charles, brother of the Emperor of Austria, and heir presumptive to the throne, had been attacked on th
March 18, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED -WEEKLY TIMES. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

THE ILLUSTRATED -WEEKLY TIMES. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

THE ILLUSTRATED - WEEKLY TIMES. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. AR AMATEUR OF WORKS OF ART.—Every subject pointed out to our notice by this correspondent has already been . illustrated,—though not in our paper. NEW Music.— We have to acknowledge the receipt of Mr. Weippart's quadrille
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
CHARLES I.

CHARLES I.

"First—after the heralds, came Charles ; he rode with his accustomed grace, his charger curveting over the green-sward of the home park, and preceding as fine and picked a body of horse as ever rallied round a monarch,—or lay mangled and mutilated on a plain. Gay and debonnaire,
March 25, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England