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ALGERIA.

ALGERIA.

The Duke d'Aumale and the Prince of Saxe- Coburg landed at five o'clock in the afternoon of the 17th at Algiers, where they were received with the honours due to their rank. The young Princes, where apartments been prepa - ied at once to pay a to Marshal Bugeaud, who had returne
March 28, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SOUTHWARK,

SOUTHWARK,

;ATTEMPTED S u o rerDE s Eliza o -- u - i. C . h r t b urn e f p o , a woman, 21 years f age,reMry.oCuontgtingham, charged with attempting to strangle herself.—A policeman of the M division stated, that on Monday night he was called into the house of a Mrs. Collins, who informed
March 28, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Admiralty are issuing circulars to all ranks of officers in the navy, inviting them to return a record of all important services rendered by each from the date of entering the service, and have accompanied the circular of invitation by a form, to be filled up according to th
March 28, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DIUSICA.L AND THEATRICAL.

DIUSICA.L AND THEATRICAL.

NAPLES.—Mrs. Bishop, the celebrated English cantatrice, has left on her return to England. She will take Brussels in her way, where we have no doubt she will be well received. MADAME PASTA.—This celebrated singer has just lost her husband, from whom she had been separated, and w
March 28, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE BRISTOL A.M.C. COMMITTEE of the ODD FELLOWS LITERARY INSTITUTION belonging to the Bin DISTRICT, beg leave to inform the

THE BRISTOL A.M.C. COMMITTEE of the ODD FELLOWS LITERARY INSTITUTION belonging to the Bin DISTRICT, beg leave to inform the

various DISTRICT and the DEPUTIES TO THE BRISTOL A.M.C. that they have made arrangements with the BIRMINGHAM AND BRISTOL RAILWAY COMPANY for a SPECIAL TRAIN to BRISTOL,' which will leave Birmingham on Monday morning, June the Ist, at 5 o'clock, and return from Bristol on Saturda
March 28, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE M.U.1.0.F. Within the last three weeks a considerable change has taken Place in the management

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE M.U.1.0.F. Within the last three weeks a considerable change has taken Place in the management

of the LONDON JOURNAL, with the view of increasing its efficiency and adding to the interest e its coluntns. A portion of the original proprietary have withdrawn from all control over the management, and the remainder have determined to spare neither pains or expense to render t
March 28, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
P 13 .LIsHED UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE GLASGOW A.M.C. THp. 4 ., - PROVIDENT INSTITUTIONS OF TILE INDUSTRIOUS -..L

P 13 .LIsHED UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE GLASGOW A.M.C. THp. 4 ., - PROVIDENT INSTITUTIONS OF TILE INDUSTRIOUS -..L

ASSES ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE NURSERIES FOR THEIR 'VIRTUES, AND THE SUREST GUARANTEES FOR THIER ZVENTUAL INDEPENDENCE. THEY NORMAL SCHOOLS POR INSTRUCTION IN THE SCIENCE OF SELF-QOVERNMENT, THE DUTY OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALIST SHOULD BE, A ND I, NQUESTIONABLY IS, TO KEEP SPECIAL WAT
March 28, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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March 7, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
STEEPLE CHASING LIVERPOOL GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLE

STEEPLE CHASING LIVERPOOL GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLE

CHASE The Tenth annual celebration of the 'cross country trips at Aintree, five miles from this town, came off on Wednesday, and, as usual, attracted a vast influx of sporking characters, of every order of society, from all parts of the three kingdoms. The day turned out exceedi
March 7, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON JOURNAL MAR CH 7,1846.

THE LONDON JOURNAL MAR CH 7,1846.

world at large. And so far as the best interests of the working classes are concerned the results would be more important. The spread of the Institution must necessarily be prevented, the promulgation of its principles retarded and its usefulness in every way curtailed by ceasel
March 7, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England