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THE MILLER'S MAID.

THE MILLER'S MAID.

A DOMESTIC TALE OF DEEP INTEREST. BY A CELEBRATED AUTEIOR. (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER XVII.: : had remained in the waggon In an agony of apprehen. Won the whole of tne time. Throu4ll a little eievice In the awning she had seen all that had occurred, and she trembled at t
December 19, 1841 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE SILENT FRIEND,

THE SILENT FRIEND,

A Medical Work on the Infirmities of the Gene. rative System in both sexes; being an enquiry into the con. cealed cause that dest ro ys physical energy, and the ability of manhood, on the bane e f r u e l V e iB ff:e tl i t s il stricture, seconder! the loss of th e R e p ro d u
December 19, 1841 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CELLS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

CELLS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

During the long Parliament the Commons had a low room in the House which passed under tile denomination of Heil. After a violent debate, which lasted three days, they decided that the King's (Charles I.) concessions were a foundation for the Houses to proceed upon the settiemeut
October 31, 1841 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VII.

WE DOW revert to the situation of the unhappy Gerald Aloreton, whom we have been forced to neg l ect for a time in order to bring forward other characters in our domestic drama and to recount events important to the clear understanding of our chequered tale. How long he remained
October 10, 1841 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
iLONDON:-SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1842.

iLONDON:-SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1842.

February 20, 1842 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
ANSELMO, TILE ACCURSED!

ANSELMO, TILE ACCURSED!

OR, THE SKELETON HAND. AN ORIGINAL LEGENDARY ROMANCE.-HT THE AUTHOR OF " BLut, OUTCAST." .ETC, ISTC: .. (Continued from our last.) " Rash boy !" exclaimed Anselmo, "what wouldst thou do?" The young man turned upon his interrogator a lock of astonishment and confusion, and then,
February 20, 1842 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
VOYAGE OF AN ELEPHANT FROM INDIA.

VOYAGE OF AN ELEPHANT FROM INDIA.

IN one of my voyages it was my geod fortune to have as a shipmate one of the great ones of the East—a personage of vast weight in he own country. and still more ran after and admired on his arrival in this. Th mei he came on board with but one attendant, and with no luggage but
September 26, 1841 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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November 28, 1841 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A VISIT TO THE BATTLE-FIELD OF MOSKOWA.

A VISIT TO THE BATTLE-FIELD OF MOSKOWA.

Count Giampolo had traversed the whole of Italy, and the half of France with marvellous rapidity. He has found at Strasbourg his friend Ernihug, who was wasting away with waiting. The two young men have passed the Rhine, and thrown themselves on the main road leading to the gran
November 28, 1841 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A DOMESTIC TALE OF DEEP INTEREST.

A DOMESTIC TALE OF DEEP INTEREST.

BY A CELEBRATED AUTHOR. (Continued from our last.) Phcebe had meanwhile opened the street-door, and Mr. Marrables had reeled iuto the passage, but Mr. Wattles was still on the step, and caught the whole of the shower bath from above, and would likewise have C aught the pail, had
December 12, 1841 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England