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MXGRATXON

MXGRATXON

several Departments of Deane, Dray and Co.'s establishments afford to Emigrants unequalled facilities for the purchase of all articles oi Ironmongery, Hardware, Ire., Ike., requisite to the well being of an Emigrant family. POE Irtin GOLD 'DIGGINGS Deane, Dray and Co. have arran
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
DEANE'S ESTABLISHED ON OLD LONDON BRIDGE, A.D. 1700.

DEANE'S ESTABLISHED ON OLD LONDON BRIDGE, A.D. 1700.

DRAY AND CO.'S Manufactory for Gig, Tandem, Csrriage, Cart, and Mule Harness, ilarness for Brewers, Distillers, Coal Merchants, Wholesale Grocers, Farmers, Millers, &c., is at 2, Arthur Street, London Bridge —As Workmen are constantly employed on the Premises, Repairs are prompt
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
PREFATORY ADDRESS.

PREFATORY ADDRESS.

ON the publication of a New Journal, it is customary to offer a valedictory address, for the purpose of besPeelaing indulgence, explaining the principles on which it is to be conducted, and developing the views it is intended to embrace. In conformity with this timehonored usage
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
pep. THE POPE AND THE CORONATION OP NAPOLEON 111. ROME, JANUARY 14TH.

pep. THE POPE AND THE CORONATION OP NAPOLEON 111. ROME, JANUARY 14TH.

To go, or not to go ' that is the question which now agitates the council of his Holiness, and the sacred college, and respecting which Pio Nono is of an opinion directly opposed to that of the majority of his cardinals. Naturally fond of homage and applause, as was but too evid
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
DECORATIONS AND APPEARANCE OF TUE CATIIEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME.

DECORATIONS AND APPEARANCE OF TUE CATIIEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME.

The exterior appearance of Notre Dame was truly magnificent and imposing. The splendid pavilion, which had been erected at such immense cost, occupied the whole facade of the noble structure, and was emblazoned with the armorial bearings of the Emperor. The material of which it
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
CALIFORNIA.

CALIFORNIA.

Wo learn by the American journals that the steamers Northern Light and Illinois had arrived at New York from California, with dates to the 16th of December, and 2,015,543 dollars in gold dust on freight. The news from California is interesting. 'Provisions were very scarce and d
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT TESTIMMIIAL

IMPORTANT TESTIMMIIAL

Copy qf a Letter from "'COLONEL HA well-known author on GUNS AND SII'OOTING 1' Longparkh House, near White& welt, 4119058. Oda( r 214, L 14.6 S t ,-1 cannot resist in informing you of the dinary effect I have experienced by only taking a few of y 'our enges. I had a cough for se
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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October 1, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
I am. Gentlemen, yours respectfully, RICHARD LOVEGROVE. To Messrs. Dray & Co , Agricultural Implement Makers, Swan Lane.

I am. Gentlemen, yours respectfully, RICHARD LOVEGROVE. To Messrs. Dray & Co , Agricultural Implement Makers, Swan Lane.

CATTLE FiTTENpaa---From a series of experiments on cattle fattening tindertaken by Colonel Mc Douai'. of Logan, Scotland, reported in the Last Journal of the Royal Agaricultural Society. with notes by the Editor, Mr. Pusey, it appears that an acre of mangold yields six months' g
October 1, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
PEA FOWL.

PEA FOWL.

No Award (Distinct Varieties.) Ist—Mr. Parkins Jones „—Mr. T. 0. Camroux, Rookery Rawley, near Dartford „—The Rev. Henry F. Cowance, Shoreham 2nd—Mr. William .Dray PIGEONS.—.( Of any Colour.) Ist ~ 2nd Ist ~ 2nd 0 2nd „ Ist „ 2nd „ Highly Commended Ist „ 2nd „ Ist ~ 2nd „ 2nd ~
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England