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NATURE'S PERFECT REMEDY FOR ALL KINDS OF WORMS. W ILLIAMS'S (PONTARDAWE) WORM LOZENGES, _ _ .. . •

NATURE'S PERFECT REMEDY FOR ALL KINDS OF WORMS. W ILLIAMS'S (PONTARDAWE) WORM LOZENGES, _ _ .. . •

(Prepared fromthe original receipt), Have been considered tor nearly 20 years by the profession and the pubic generally, the only unfailing remedy for expelling Worms from the human system, surpassing by far all the once celebrated Indian an t African remedies, and there is noth
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
A STORY OF

A STORY OF

HER DECEASED HUSBAND'S BROTHER. BY THE EDITOR. CHAPTER VI. "Fate is nigh The lordly line of high St. Clair." Font hours later Lady Cairnsmuir sat at luncheon with her daughter. Not a trace of the emotion to which she had so lately yielded in the privacy of her chamber appeared i
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE LADY'S OWN PAPER,

THE LADY'S OWN PAPER,

ACTIVE efforts are in progress for th 3 raisin): of a fund of £.OJ, for the purpose of amending the Married Women's Propirty Act. At the same time the Government! are being memorialized to undertake the amendment, which the Attorney-General pronounced, both in the House of Commo
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Gautier has been but little before the public—EL/w.

Gautier has been but little before the public—EL/w.

TILE Rev. Charles Gordon Cumming Dunbar, chaplain to Bishop Claughton (Archdeacon of London), and an oppment of Women's Suffrage, was married, last week, to Miss Wentworth, an Australian lady. WE understand that a course of lectures to ladies on obstetric science will shortly be
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
pOON FOR LADY CAPITALISTS.—The Widow of an eminent Professional man has in her possession, entirely unincumbered, a MONOPOLY of nniversst

pOON FOR LADY CAPITALISTS.—The Widow of an eminent Professional man has in her possession, entirely unincumbered, a MONOPOLY of nniversst

use and of considerable value. £1,030 to £1,500 is required to bring it prominently before the public. The ultimate nett profits are calculated by a competeut authority as not less than from £2,000 to £3,000 per annum, Principals or their Solicitors only may address by letter in
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
STRIKING TESTIMONIAL.

STRIKING TESTIMONIAL.

_ My dear Sir, _ Pewsey, Wilts, May, 1872. For more than a year I suffered with a severe pain in the back and every part of my body, with indications of Dropsy and other complaints. The Doctor told me that no medical man could cure me. On hearing thi , I began to take C. Gee Tai
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
OCT. 19, 1872.] A JOURNAL OF PROGRESS, TASTE, AND THOUGHT.

OCT. 19, 1872.] A JOURNAL OF PROGRESS, TASTE, AND THOUGHT.

engaged; after, too, the famous "forty fine harvests," of the 18th century, the English people, from the gentleman who led to the common soldier or sailor who followed him, were, he believed, one of the mightiest and most capable races which the world has ever seen; comparable b
October 19, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
DR. PARIS'S NERVOUS RESTORATIVE LOZENGES, for imparting tone and energy to the nervous system. Pleasant to the taste, and pos.essing

DR. PARIS'S NERVOUS RESTORATIVE LOZENGES, for imparting tone and energy to the nervous system. Pleasant to the taste, and pos.essing

highly reanimating properties, they will be found an invaluable remedy in all cases of debility, nervousness, depression of spirits, trembling of the limbs, palpitation of the heart, &c., restoring health, strength, and vigour in a few weeks.—Sold in boxes at 4s. 6d., 155., and
October 19, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
EDITED BY MRS. ALGERNON KIN,GSFORD.

EDITED BY MRS. ALGERNON KIN,GSFORD.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1872.
October 19, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
OCT. 19, 1872.] A JOURNAL OF PROGRESS, TASTE, AND THOUGHT,

OCT. 19, 1872.] A JOURNAL OF PROGRESS, TASTE, AND THOUGHT,

H. JONES, the Practical Working Dentist, VA . M.C.D.E., continues to supply every description of ARTIFICIAL TEETH on terms very moderate, and much below the usual charges of profession, being the actual maker. Sets from one to ten guineas. Consultation daily, and every informati
October 19, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England