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SATURDAY, MARCH 5.

SATURDAY, MARCH 5.

The annual meeting of the members of the United Service Institution was held 4 the institution in Scotland-yard. The Duke of Northumberland presided.
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
During the week ending this date, there were 1671 children born Within the metropolitan districts; of these, 861 were boys,

During the week ending this date, there were 1671 children born Within the metropolitan districts; of these, 861 were boys,

and 810 were girls. This number exceeds the average in eight corresponding weeks in the years 1845 to 1852 by 202. The number of deaths in the Week were 1427, showing an increase of 83 upon that of the Preceding week.
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 9.

WEDNESDAY. MARCH 9.

The fifth anniversary of the City of London Hospital for Diseases. of the Chest was held at the London T4vern ; Lord Stanley presided The number of patients in the last year has been 695. The subscriptions during the evening amounted to the very large sum of nearly X6OOO. The an
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES'S.

ST. JAMES'S.

MARCH 5.--New Piece—La Parapluie de Damocles." Admirably supported by M. 4avel. MARCH 1.-M. Lafont made his first appearance for the season, in the Vaudeville " Une Petite de la Grande Arm6e."
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
AND COUNTRY RECORD.

AND COUNTRY RECORD.

A HUMAN BEING WITH NOTHING TO DO.—Most miserable, worthy of most profound pity, is such a being. The most insignificant object in , nature becomes a source of envy; the birds warble on every spray, in ecstacy of joy; the tiny flower, hidden from all eyes, sends forth its fragran
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
MONDAY, MARCIE 14,

MONDAY, MARCIE 14,

The County Elections Polling Bill (introduced into the House of Comtnons by Lord R. Grovesnor) was read a first time, after an energetic assurance from the Earl of ABERDEEN that the Govern_ rnent was most anxious to check the present amount of bribery and corruption. Petitions w
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
LONDON VERAGES.

LONDON VERAGES.

s. (1. Wbeit 3,249 qrs. 8 3 Bye Barley ~ 113 s Beans Oats 9,263 „ 19 2 Peas
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.

KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.

UPWARDS ole FORTY YEARS has fully confirmed the superior reputation of these Lozenges, in the cure of ASTHMA, WINTER COUGH, HOARSENESS, SHORTNESS of BREATH, and other PULMONARY MALADIES. They deservedly obtained the high patronage of their Majesties the KING or PRUSSIA, and the
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England