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DEANE, DRAY AND CO.'S

DEANE, DRAY AND CO.'S

nufactory for Gig, Tandem, Carriage, Cart, and Mule Harness Harness for Brewers, Distillers, Coal Merchants, Wholesale Grocers, Farmers, Millers, &e., is at 2, Arthur Street, London Bridge. —As Workmen are constantly employed on the Premises Repairs are promptly executed. SADDLE
June 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
VITAL COUGH PILLS.

VITAL COUGH PILLS.

Weymouth Street, New North Road, May Ist, 1852. DEAR SIR,—I have taken your" Vital Cough Pills" with great advantage. I have taken various meth(nes for many years past, but none have had anything like the beneficial influence upon my constitu tic, n , that they have. They are as
July 1, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
PLOUGH v. SPADE.

PLOUGH v. SPADE.

Which is the better implement? That is the question. The case of the plaintiff, as we understand it, is that the plough is a reality, and the spade a humbug; that the plough is an implement of unknown antiquity, the value of which is established by usage beyond the memory of man
March 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
A fall of 200 tons of chalk cliff in the rear of Athol.terrace, Dover Bay.

A fall of 200 tons of chalk cliff in the rear of Athol.terrace, Dover Bay.

A fall of 200 tons of chalk in the rear of Athol.terrace, Dover Bay. The decree of L.L.D., by Royal mandate was conferred in Con. vocation on Mr. Geldart, Master of Trinity Hall The Rev. M. B. Cowie, of St. John'a College, has been elected Hulsean Lecturer for 1853. The Ilu!seen
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
A GREAT LIVING WRITER.

A GREAT LIVING WRITER.

There is a common pedestrian of London streets, well known to all who are acquainted with their notabilities. He is a short, stout, sturdy, energetic Man. He has a big round face and large staring, and very bright hazel eyes. His hair is cut short, and his hat flung back on the
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
silztutiuM QUARTZ-CRUSHING MACHINES.

silztutiuM QUARTZ-CRUSHING MACHINES.

Several highly-interesting experiments have recently been made in the crushing •of quartz of different kinds, on the premises of Messrs. Glover, Ordnance engineers, Drury-lane, by a perfectly novel process recently discovered and made the subject of a patent by Captain Shrapnel,
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS, %.c.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS, %.c.

L.—ln Archbishop Anselm's Canons, made in the council of London, 1102, there is an order by which Priests were enjoined not to go to drinking bouts, nor to drink too free. Herman.—Hops grow wild in the hedges in many parts of Germany. A Young Farmer.—Your'neighbour is an excelle
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
SADDLERY. DEANE, DRAY AND CO.'S

SADDLERY. DEANE, DRAY AND CO.'S

Manufactory for Gig, Tandem, Carriage, Cart, and Mule Harness , for Brewers, Distillers, Coal Merchants, Wholesale Mroeers, Partners, Millers, be., is at 2, Arthur Street, London Bridge —As iVorltmen are constantly employed on the Premises, promptly executed. DPANE'S EXPORT WARE
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
MEASURE 1,011 ArEASURF:.

MEASURE 1,011 ArEASURF:.

MEASURE 1 , 011 ArEASURF:. Of this play the light or comic part is very natural and pleasing, but the grave scenes, if a few passages be excepted, have more labour than elegance. The plot is rather intricate than artful. The time of the action is indefinite; sometimes we know not
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

MARCH 29.—The seventh season commenced under auspicious circumstances. Mr. William I3everley has been engaged as scenic artist; and Mr. A. Harris resumes his part us director of the vnise en scene. " Divertisements are to be given after short operas; hut, from the list of danseu
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England