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windows, and ttVehty ballads Stuck upon the wait; Where the hostess is both cleanly handlifitne, and civil, and can dress

windows, and ttVehty ballads Stuck upon the wait; Where the hostess is both cleanly handlifitne, and civil, and can dress

fish and make it good meat. And if you Choose to stay all night, she has two beds, and you may have the best; and the linen looks white, and smells of lavendar ; and you long to lie in a pair of sheets that smells so sweet; and before going to rest, you can tell tales, or sing b
April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
TIIE tUDGET.

TIIE tUDGET.

THE following epitome of the Chancellor of the chequer's Financial Statement, gives a compreheni glance of the entire scheme. The revenue of the sent year is estimated at £52,090,000 viz : Customs Excise :. Stgimps Titxes Income•tax Post Office Crown Lands Miscellaneous Old Stor
April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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EASTER PIECES. DRURY LANE. EASTER MONDAY, MARCH 28.—Burlesque of "The Talisman." Distinguishing features, spectacle, and scenery. HAYMARKET, Mr. Planche's " Mr. Buckstones ascent of Mount Parnassus."-- Witty and well.mounted. PRINCESS'S. "Marco Spada," (from M. Scribes Libretto)
April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE HATS F0R,1853. V The Lightest and most Perfect VENTILATING HATS in London from Bs. 6d , ly to 18s.

FASHIONABLE HATS F0R,1853. V The Lightest and most Perfect VENTILATING HATS in London from Bs. 6d , ly to 18s.

A 9 Improved CORK HATS, from 10s. Gd. . TRAVELLING CAPS in every variety. I The Eye Plessed=the Head Fitted—the Features Suited—The Pocket Con-1. stilted. At MOUNTCASTLE'g 52, King William Street, London Bridge, 0 ppos i
April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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September 1, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE. THE PAPER DUTIES.

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE. THE PAPER DUTIES.

THE " general reader," which, in our ago and country is but another name for "the public," cannot fail to have noticed the remarkable fact that, within the last eight or ten years, the national activity of our Transatlantic brothers and friends has run strongly into literature.
March 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
g,-*" MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7.

g,-*" MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. SALronp.—The foundation.stone of a new building, to be called the Salford Athenteum and Temperance Hall, was laid, in Ea!ford, near Manchester. by Mr. E. R. Langworthy, who presented the site in addition to £lOO towards the building. An inquest was held this d
March 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
EARNINGS PER WEEK-

EARNINGS PER WEEK-

.£ s. d Father, thrashing, with small beer One boy, odd boy at a Farmer's .... ....... 0 1 6 One boy .., , .... 0 1 0 Total earnings per week Father earns in harvest-work ...... .. Making the total of earnings about £3O per annum, Brother gleans about £1 value of corn.
March 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24.

An accident occurred this morning, on the Great Western Railway, to the up express train, near Ealing, supposed to be by the breaking of an axle. Mr. James Gibbs, one of the Directors, was killed on the spot. Several other persons were severely injured.
March 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England