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TO BUTCHERS, BAKERS, GROCERS AND OTHERS. THE Proprietor of an old-established Boarding School, a few miles from Town, would be

TO BUTCHERS, BAKERS, GROCERS AND OTHERS. THE Proprietor of an old-established Boarding School, a few miles from Town, would be

happy to treat with /any of the a. ove Tradesmen, who may have sons or connexions to place out at School upon terms of mutual accommodation. The bills would be settled quarterly, with the greatest punctuality. References of the highest order will be given. For prospectuses apply
May 3, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

LISBON, June, 30.—Lisbon, now the Chambers are closed, is, to use the common expression, all out of town. The heat is excessive, and emigration is the order of the day. The opulent of the city have retired to their country residences, to dream of railroads, I company upon compan
July 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
back to the Sandwich Islands (his head-quarters), and bring back the officers and crew of her Majesty's ketch Basilisk, which

back to the Sandwich Islands (his head-quarters), and bring back the officers and crew of her Majesty's ketch Basilisk, which

vessel has been condemned there, as no longer sea-worthy. Queen Pomare is at Raiatia, an island about 120 miles from this. She protests against everything the French have done. There are about 2,000 natives in an entrenched cramp near . four miles from this town, out of which I
July 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

P.P.G.M. Egan requests us to return his thanks to Mr. Candelet, of Hyde, for the kind notice which he took of his death in the last number of the Journal. The reports of the dinner given to the surgeon of the Mechanic's Lodge, Hyde, and of the Loyal Earl Somers' Lodge, Leigh, Wo
July 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
QUARTERLY REPORT, JULY ISt, 1845.

QUARTERLY REPORT, JULY ISt, 1845.

APPEALS to the G.M. and Board of Directors, held at the house of Host, P.G.M. William Grey, the Royal Olympic Tavern, Stevenson-square, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, June 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th, 1845 : G.M. JOHN DICKINSON, in the Choir:— RESOLVED: I.—That the
July 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
„ Most respectfully yours, JAS. CAMPBELL, Surgeon, N.G. City of Glasgow Lodge. No. 6, Stoulbers-street, Calton, Glasgow. July 1, 1845.

„ Most respectfully yours, JAS. CAMPBELL, Surgeon, N.G. City of Glasgow Lodge. No. 6, Stoulbers-street, Calton, Glasgow. July 1, 1845.

ODD FELLOWSHIP IN SCOTLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LONDON JOURNAL, _ DEAR SIR.—I feel myself called upon by a sense of duty which I owe both to the officers and members of the Perth District, and to my own sense of the obligation , their kindness has imposed upon me, to give publi
July 12, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
.t . .en till after one o'clock. The prisoners were inside the %use, and were admitting into it the lowest

.t . .en till after one o'clock. The prisoners were inside the %use, and were admitting into it the lowest

of the low. the prisoner haranguing the mob to excite them. ystem of annoyance to the n e i g hb our h oo d h a d b een g, o ,lag on for some ti me , a Chinese gory , - being sounded tTe night ' re peated complaints of which had been made to commissioners of police and to the ma
July 26, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
The Lodge-room can no longer contain the troubled spirit. The Meal House and its pence, at once make law, nay

The Lodge-room can no longer contain the troubled spirit. The Meal House and its pence, at once make law, nay

even common prudence kicks the beam, and the public are invited at the small charge of one penny to see our beloved Unity mangled for a raree show. "Look in this place ran Cassius' dagger through " See what a rent the envious Casca made." In short "Sampson is brought forth to ma
July 26, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Strong Congou, Pekoe kind

Strong Congou, Pekoe kind

An excellent Family Tea. Fine Pekoe Soucho ng •• •• •• •• Few persons would require better. Rich Pekoe Souchong •• •• •• •• A very superior Tea. - . . Finest Pekoe Souchong • • • • Orange Pekoes, Caper, Padrae. Szc.. Brc. GREEN TEAS Good Common Green 38. 4d., 38. Gd., & 38. 8d H
July 26, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LABIERT ON DEBILITY NERVOUSNESS, AND ALL DISORDERS ARISING FROM EXCESS, Slc. '• He who in pleasure's downy arms Ne'er lost

LABIERT ON DEBILITY NERVOUSNESS, AND ALL DISORDERS ARISING FROM EXCESS, Slc. '• He who in pleasure's downy arms Ne'er lost

his health, or youthful charms, A hero lives, and justly can Exclaim, in me behold a man!" Just published, the Eleventh Thousand, in a sealed envelope, price 2s. 6d.; or, free by post to any address, 3s. #3cl. CIELF PRESERVATION; a popular essay on 1...1 those Concealed Disorder
July 26, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England