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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

Mr. Ewart has, we fear, but little chance of obtaining any immediate legislative results from his promised motion for the total abolition of Death Punishment. Yet it is well to keep the subject under the attention of Parliament and the public. It is ripening for a satisfactory d
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MANCUESTER RACES,-TUESDAY.

MANCUESTER RACES,-TUESDAY.

Free Handicap of 10 soya each, and 30 added, for four-yearolds. One mile and a quarter. Four subscribers. Mr. Fox's Psahnsinger, 6st 41b (Abdale) 1 Mr. Flintoff's Princess Royal, Sat b (Edwards) 2 Mr. Phillip's b f Physician, Sat 51b (Hutchinson) 3 Mr. Dawson's Step-and-Fetch-it
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LiTMELARY EXTRACTS.

LiTMELARY EXTRACTS.

Th.e Pleasures of Home, or Domestic Scenes and Affections of the Circle Round the Hearth. By STUART FARQUHARSON, D.C.L. We have great pleasure in recommending to our readers " The Pleasures of Home," which, for purity of feeling and kind-heartedness, is seldom equalled; for, as
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MRS. FRY.

THE LATE MRS. FRY.

During th last few weeks, several meetings have taken place at the Mansion-house, over which the Lord Mayor presided, connected with the memory of the late Mrs. Fry. By a resolution proposed by Lord Morpeth and seconded by Thomas Farmer, Esq., it was agreed that a subscription s
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
REVIEWS OF THE WORK.

REVIEWS OF THE WORK.

"This work is one of the most simple, as well as one of the best published, on the subjects upon which it treats. The authors seem to have had for their object the real welfare of those suffering from a certain class of complaints, that object they have certainly gone far to acc
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO THE NERVOUS.-GIVEN AWAY, A PAMPHLET, containing four chapters on the History, Physiology, Treatment, and Cure of Nervous Complaints, and

TO THE NERVOUS.-GIVEN AWAY, A PAMPHLET, containing four chapters on the History, Physiology, Treatment, and Cure of Nervous Complaints, and

on the Great Discovery by which all Disorders of the Nerves, however Chronic and 4eply-rooted, may be effectually and permanently removed, with as much certainty - as bodily complaints by other means. With an appendix of cases and testimonials of radical cures effected in patien
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Just published, price 2s. 6d., free by post 3s. 6d., a new and important edition of TEE SILENT FRIEND, a

Just published, price 2s. 6d., free by post 3s. 6d., a new and important edition of TEE SILENT FRIEND, a

Medical Work on physical decay, nervous debility, constitutional weakness, &e. With Observations on Marriage, &c., with ten coloured engravings. By R. and L. PERRY and Co., surgeons, London. Published by the authors, and sold at their residence; also by Strange, 21, Paternoster-
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
HER MA.TESTY'S MAIL PACKETS.

HER MA.TESTY'S MAIL PACKETS.

WOOLWICH, JUNE I.—The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty having ordered a: comparative trial to be made to ascertain the speed of three new boats, recently built for service as mail packets on the Dover station. DOVER, MAY 31.—A most extraordinary trial of speed took place, be
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

THE REPEAL ASSOCIATION. Monday was a very favourable day for Conciliation Hall, being Whitsun Monday, a great holiday with the working classes, and the "Liberator". announced in the bills. The attendance was accordingly very great. The ladies resumed their old seats in a large b
June 6, 1846 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England