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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

IL C. T.—Should we give a view of Restormal Castle, we shall probably illustrate it with the poem which has been brought under our notice.—The magazine lies at the office as desired. 11100 RE.—Our Correspondent's favourable opinion has much gratified us. The discrepancies which
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
NEW BUILDINGS, ANGEL STREET, FOR THEMASTERS_OF CHRIST'S HOSPITAL.

NEW BUILDINGS, ANGEL STREET, FOR THEMASTERS_OF CHRIST'S HOSPITAL.

MONO the educational institutions of the metropolis none is entitled to more praise than Christ's Hospital. It not only affords the best education to hundreds of the rising generation, but clothes and maintains them during the whole period they are receiving this most valuable b
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
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April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
ROYAL VISITOR IN ERNEST.

ROYAL VISITOR IN ERNEST.

The papers have announced the very important and most gratifying fact that EItNEST, King of Hanover, intends, paying a visit, this summer, to his loving relatives in England. Well, the news is true. The amiable, good, and popular
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
HOLLAND.

HOLLAND.

Extract of a letter received at Lloyd's, from their agent at Amsterdam, dated the 7th inst. :—" It blows a strong gale from the west to west south west. An earthquake was felt in some parts ot this country (North Brabant, Geldersland, and Overyssel) yesterday morning, between ha
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
NEW SOUTH WALES.

NEW SOUTH WALES.

The advices from the Australian colonies reach to the 19th of November, from Sydney; and to the end of October from Hobart-town, Launceston, and Port Philip. At Sydney, the Custom-house returns of imports and exports had been published, and the, value of these respectively amoun
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED LITERATURE.

ILLUSTRATED LITERATURE.

Hampton, which lies about a dozen miles west of London, is accessible, on easy terms, by the South Western railway to Esher, by omnibus or coach, and by steamer. It is open eveiy clay, except Friday, and is closed during only the forenoon of Sunday. Even children in arms are adm
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
CCOVINGTON, No. 10, OLD BAILEY, begs to call . the attention of the public to the present moment; when so

CCOVINGTON, No. 10, OLD BAILEY, begs to call . the attention of the public to the present moment; when so

much competition has arisen in every trade, and particularly in the manufacturing of Hats, it behoves that portion of the public who are not in the habit to take credit, to reflect ere they make their purchases, where they are most likely to obtain the best article at the lowest
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
Just published, price Is., itGLANCE AT THE TEMPLE CHURCH. By FELxx StramEnLY. With Eight Illustrations, and Decorative Borders. Also, by

Just published, price Is., itGLANCE AT THE TEMPLE CHURCH. By FELxx StramEnLY. With Eight Illustrations, and Decorative Borders. Also, by

the same Author, WESTMINSTER ABBEY. 75., Ss., Is. 6d. HAMPTON COURT. 2s. 6d. Views separate, Is. GUIDE TO LONDON SIGHTS. FREE PICTURE GALLERIES. Is. 6d. GEORGE BELL, 186, Fleet-street.
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England
 
any material change, they must remember that they were labouring for posterity—(Cheers). He called upon them to keep the question

any material change, they must remember that they were labouring for posterity—(Cheers). He called upon them to keep the question

of the Corn-laws constantly in view, to keep it before the attention of the country, to diffuse information as to its ruinous consequences, to remonstrate against it with a firmness which never quailed, whatever party might be in power, until the last fragment of that law should
April 15, 1843 - Illustrated Weekly Times - London, London, England