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May 31, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

The news in the papers which have now come to hand is not interesting to Europeans. The new Consul to Liverpool, vice Mr. White, is Mr. Armstrong, and the Senate has confirmed a number of other diplomatic appointments. Mr. Polk's Foreign Secretary, there is now no doubt, is Mr.
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PUNCH'S POLICE REPORT.

PUNCH'S POLICE REPORT.

BIGAMY.—A man named Peel was yesterday brought before the magistrate, Mr. Bull, at this office, charged with having intermarried with a female named Free Trade; his former wife A.gricultura being still alive. Their Graces the Dukes of Buckingham and Richmond, and a gentleman nam
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
mR. HACKETT, THE CELEBRATED AMERICAN ACTOR, now performing in this country, gave the following unsolicited testimonial to the efficacy of

mR. HACKETT, THE CELEBRATED AMERICAN ACTOR, now performing in this country, gave the following unsolicited testimonial to the efficacy of

PARR'S LIFE PILLS before leaving New York:— To the Proprietors of PARR'S LIFE PILLS. Sirs,—Having used PARR'S LIFE PILLS on several occasions l when attacked by violent Bilious complaints, and having been fully satisfied of their efficacy, I beg leave in justice to you, as propr
April 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MEXICO.

MEXICO.

Mexico will most assuredly give practical demonstation of her hostility. Almonte will urge the present government to war measures of all descriptions, in order to create a party for himself, and by that means reach the chief magistracy of that republic. We are prepared, therefor
May 10, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Under the especial patronage of His Majesty, the King of Prussia, and of the Nobility and Clergy of Great Britain.

Under the especial patronage of His Majesty, the King of Prussia, and of the Nobility and Clergy of Great Britain.

SIGHT RESTORED; NERVOUS HEADACHE AND DEAFNESS CURED. Under the patronage of his late Majesty, H. R. H. the Duchess of Kent, and the Lords of the Treasury. A few of the many thousand Testimonials of Sight Restored and Deafness cured by GRIMSTONE'S EYE SNUFF:— Copy of Letters to W
May 10, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Very eligible and safe investment.—Capital Freehold Dwelling houses, Shops, and Warehouses, Fenchurch-street, and Churchrow, City. MR. LEIFCHILD has received instructi

Very eligible and safe investment.—Capital Freehold Dwelling houses, Shops, and Warehouses, Fenchurch-street, and Churchrow, City. MR. LEIFCHILD has received instructi

ons from the Chairman and Board of Directors of the London and Blackwall Railway Company to SELL by public AUCTION at Garraway's, on Wednesday, May 28, at Twelve for One those very desirable PREMISES, admirably situate in the best part of Fenchurch-street, immediately contiguous
May 10, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS

AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS

Mr. COBDEN rose, pursuant to notice, to move for a select committee to inquire into the causes and extent of the alleged agricultural distress, and into the effects of legislative protection upon the interests of land-owners, tenant-farmers, and farm-labourers." The alleged dist
March 15, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.—COUGHS COLDS, and CATARRHS have been so aggravated by the severity and variableness of the season, that the

KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.—COUGHS COLDS, and CATARRHS have been so aggravated by the severity and variableness of the season, that the

consumption of these lozenges is now unprecedented. The proprietor Is daily receiving testimonials of their efficacy in the alleviation and cure of all pulmonary complaints. These lozenges, which are made from the receipt of an eminent physician, are the only certain cure for Co
March 15, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING.—SUNDAY. In the course of the day Lord G. Bentinck tendered a formal objection to Perkin Warbeck for the Newmarket Handicap, calling upon stewards to enforce the second resolution passed at a meeting of the club in October, 1838, and the sth resolution o
April 19, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England