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To VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS' DRUM and FIFE BANDS.—J. T. SuLLYs Musical Instrument Manufacturer, respectfully the above and the public that

To VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS' DRUM and FIFE BANDS.—J. T. SuLLYs Musical Instrument Manufacturer, respectfully the above and the public that

he has a very larg-,e dupply of Drums, Fifes,. and all kinds of Musical Instruments,at extraordinrry low prices. Cone rtinas-10 keys, Is. 6,1.; 20 keys, 2s. 60. Post-office orders to be made payable at No. 57, Shoreditch, to J. T. SULLY, 7, Church -street, Shoreclitch.
June 15, 1861 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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-46..----: a ‘:. ~.',. ~. . t lobby loungers, are by now as widely dispersed as the Grecian fleet after the fall of Troy, or a Federal battalion at the battle of Bull's Run; those whose purses are equal to the oc9 . *on, permeate the 03ntinent with their families, disseminating t
August 17, 1861 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Johnny Gilpin, Bell Inn, Ed mon t on. GEC,PIRGE SMI TH begs to inform his Friends and the Public that

Johnny Gilpin, Bell Inn, Ed mon t on. GEC,PIRGE SMI TH begs to inform his Friends and the Public that

he has completed his EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS. The New Banqueting Hall, Attached to the Garden, is capable of Dining 200 People. The Pleasure Grounds Are now in a state of great beauty. PRIVATE PARTIES OR SOCIETIES Will meet with every attention, on communicating with G. S. Omnibus
August 2, 1862 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
i own impression, which every day makes stronger, is that the game of voluntary enlistment is "played out," that the

i own impression, which every day makes stronger, is that the game of voluntary enlistment is "played out," that the

burning patriotism which burst forth so suddenly and blazed forth so brightly after the attack on Fort Sumter has cooled down, that money will not bribe men enough to form a new army, and that, if there be no conscr:ption, the north may as well yield with as much dignity as it c
August 9, 1862 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
one was safe from depredation either in the streets or respectable e.qablishments. It was, therefore, desirable to make an example

one was safe from depredation either in the streets or respectable e.qablishments. It was, therefore, desirable to make an example

of the prisoner to deter others from following such a dangerous practice. The prisoner was then committed for trial. A melancholy incident occurred a few days ago at the Tribunal of Correctional Police of Avignon, where an elderly lady, named Bez sure, who had been summoned as a
August 9, 1862 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE MURDER OF Mk BRADDELL.

THE MURDER OF Mk BRADDELL.

We extract the following from the information of a correspondent of a morning contemporary :—The accounts of murders are coming so rapidly upon us that they will soon cease to produce any sensation from dint of repetition. The last always appears the worst, the most daring and a
August 9, 1862 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TESTIMONIALS.

TESTIMONIALS.

Nelson, New York, June, 1,853, Dear Sir--We the undersigned Officers and Passen gers on board the" Maori," beg to offer our deep feel ings of gratitude to you for the great care and attention that as been bestowed upon us in the capacity of Me. dical Officer, during our voyage f
August 9, 1862 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
I R. T. HOLMES,. \ ' KINGSLAND 'BREWERY. F AM AILLIESS e PORTER,uppl c iedwith Genuine ES, STOUT, Brewed expressly

I R. T. HOLMES,. \ ' KINGSLAND 'BREWERY. F AM AILLIESS e PORTER,uppl c iedwith Genuine ES, STOUT, Brewed expressly

from the finest Malt and Hops, at the lowest, possible prices. Guinness's Stout and Bass!! Ale in Imperial Pints, Terms Cash. ' • Delivered Free within Five Miles.
August 9, 1862 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
REGISTRATION of B ItTl - IS, DEATHS, 1 liailsPoiid2 ad, Canii-rliuilir-road,*nley rdad, John -st feet aid Teriaee, .Slc. &o.—(Tricv 6,

REGISTRATION of B ItTl - IS, DEATHS, 1 liailsPoiid2 ad, Canii-rliuilir-road,*nley rdad, John -st feet aid Teriaee, .Slc. &o.—(Tricv 6,

ISLINGTON GitEEN. nutirS : ISefole Isiie, aud from Four to Six. . •
August 9, 1862 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ROLLIS, HENRY, Grocer and Cheesemonger, 25, Enfield Road North, De Beauvoir Town.

ROLLIS, HENRY, Grocer and Cheesemonger, 25, Enfield Road North, De Beauvoir Town.

August 9, 1862 - Kingsland Times and General Advertiser - London, London, England