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THE IRON TRADE.

THE IRON TRADE.

There never was, perhaps, a period since the , manufacture of iron assumed any degree of importance in this country, in which the prospects of, long-continued prosperity in this great branch, of our staple trade were based on such certain anti- . cipations as. at the present mom
April 5, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS WRIGHT'S IMPROVED ENEMA, or DOMESTIC INSTRUMENT.-The high estimation in which this Instrument is still universally held, both

IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS WRIGHT'S IMPROVED ENEMA, or DOMESTIC INSTRUMENT.-The high estimation in which this Instrument is still universally held, both

at home and abroad, and the justly merited encomiums which continue to be passed upon it by the public-its use being strongly advised by the Faculty for the relief of those painful disorders of the stomach and bowels by the aid of warm water alone-justify the Proprietor ' in off
April 5, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NVEAK LEGS, KNEES, and ANKLES.— Surgeons in England, Ireland, and Scotland continue to recommend Bailey's Elastic Laced Stockings, Knee-caps, and

NVEAK LEGS, KNEES, and ANKLES.— Surgeons in England, Ireland, and Scotland continue to recommend Bailey's Elastic Laced Stockings, Knee-caps, and

Ankle Socks; they are light, cool, and warranted to wash. They give constant support in all cases requiring equable pressure. The Knee-cap will be of great service where the knee-joint requires support, from accident to the pan of the knee, or where, from weakness of the part, s
April 5, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
INTERMENTS IN TOWNS.

INTERMENTS IN TOWNS.

Mr. MACKINNON called attention to the report of the committee • and of the commissioners on the health of towns regarding interments within the precincts of large towns, and moved a resolution:—" That in the opinion of this house the practice of interments within the precincts o
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

A numerous meeting was held on Monday last at Exeter, for the purpose of considering the expediency, in consequence of the immense increase in transactions in railroad and other shares, to erect a Stock Exchange in that city, when it was resolved that a Chamber of Commerce shoul
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

COLLISION OP RAILWAY WM:MM.—Wednesday morning last, about ten o'clock one of the most serious accidents which has yet taken place on the Ayr Railway, occurred at the King-street coal depot here, belonging to Mr. Bruce, though happily no lives were lost. While a train of coal wag
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE MEN;

THE MEN;

The Premier, whose patronymic is Peel, is otherwise known as Sir Robert, alias Pawky Bob. He is an old hand, having won various laurels, and now and then caught a Tartar. He fought in 1830 with Russell, when Johnny was the victor; but in '42 he in turn beat the Bedford Pet. It i
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO THE CARPET TRADE.

TO THE CARPET TRADE.

PATENT VICTORIA FELT I T CARPETING, made without Spinning and Weaving, hp-- • n , ...•ig successfully overcome the prejudice created . ; contriumi other &suit , or Carpetrna, and ilb*llWith the itationage of Her Most Gracious Majes‘t 1d ikt the Royal Palaces; The Patent Woollen
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DERBY.

DERBY.

11 to 1 agst Forth's lot (taken) 30 .. I .. Lord Exeter's lot (taken) 11 .. 1 .. Mr. Greville's Alarm 13 .. .. Colonel Anson's Kedger 13 .. Lord Stradbroke's Idas 18 .. 1 .. Lord Chesterfield's Pam (taken) 18 .. 1 .. Mr. Ferguson's Clear-the-way 13 .. 1 .. Col. Peel's Cobweb col
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England