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CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

SUDDEN DEATH FROM OVER-STUDY,-011 Monday an inquest was held at the Hampton Court Palace, Francis-street, Newington, on the body of Mr. Thomas Heeley, a master tailor, aged sixty-two. It appeared that the deceased lived at 2, Church-row, and on Friday morning, upon his wife goin
June 28, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
with the mails, which were forwarded per Great Liverpool. The Volcano, with the London overland mail of the 7th instant,

with the mails, which were forwarded per Great Liverpool. The Volcano, with the London overland mail of the 7th instant,

arrived this morning, and proceeds to the lonian Islands and Patras with the mails :as soon as the Peninsular and Oriental Company's steamer Tagus (hourly looked for) from Southampton and Gibraltar makes her appearance. The Tagus will proceed to Smyrna and Constantinople, after
June 28, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR BILIOUS, LIVER AND STOMACH COMPLAINTS. "Out of the ground hath the Lord caused Medicines togrow ; and

EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR BILIOUS, LIVER AND STOMACH COMPLAINTS. "Out of the ground hath the Lord caused Medicines togrow ; and

he that is wise will not despise them; for with such doth h- ' Men and taketh away their pains.:'—Eccles. xxxviii. 4 & 7. AS a Preserver Of Health, and a gentle yet efficacious Remedy for Indigestion, and all Disorders on ginating from a morbid action of the Stomach and Liver, S
June 28, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PLOUGH INN, ERITH, KENT.I BR. DEANE, of the above Inn, begs respectfully to inform the Brothers of the Order and

PLOUGH INN, ERITH, KENT.I BR. DEANE, of the above Inn, begs respectfully to inform the Brothers of the Order and

his friends that every accommodation can be afforded to parties visiting that rural and delightful neighbourhood at very moderate charges. The Inn is situated in the centre of the hop grounds and beautiful gardens, where tea parties and others can enjoy themselves in rural felic
June 28, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WENHAM LAKE ICE, from AMERICA, imported solely by the WENHAM LAKE ICE COMPANY, and AMERICAN REFRIGERATORS, (registered I according to

WENHAM LAKE ICE, from AMERICA, imported solely by the WENHAM LAKE ICE COMPANY, and AMERICAN REFRIGERATORS, (registered I according to

act of parliament) or miniature Ice-houses, manufactured solely by them, can be obtained at their Principal Office, 164 a, Strand ; at their Agency, 302, Oxford-street: or of either of their Provincial Agents throughout the kingdom. Frozen from , pure mountain-lake water, this i
June 28, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TO THE PEOPLE On LUDGATE-HILL, number TWENTY-NINE, The SAMUEL, BROTHERS, rear their sign; The flag of ECONOMY they've unfurl'd,— THEIR

TO THE PEOPLE On LUDGATE-HILL, number TWENTY-NINE, The SAMUEL, BROTHERS, rear their sign; The flag of ECONOMY they've unfurl'd,— THEIR

HOUSE IS THE CHEAPEST IN THE WORLD! Far better than others they cloathe the PEER, BUT CHARGE NOT A TWENTIETH PART SO DEAR ; The GENTLEMAN, there, with an income low Can make a gentleman's proper chew; The striving TRADESMAN on Sunday now With his well-dress'd neighbour may raise
June 28, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
R OWLAND'S ODONTO, oit P DENTlFRlCE.—Patronised by the Queen, and the u r ti l d Family of Great Britain,

R OWLAND'S ODONTO, oit P DENTlFRlCE.—Patronised by the Queen, and the u r ti l d Family of Great Britain,

and the several Sovereigns and Co Europe. of A fragrant white powder, prepared from oriental ilerbkda inestimable virtue for preserving and beautifying the teeth , ~,1 strengthening the Gums. It eradicates tartar from the teeth, '"lt thus lends a salutary growth and freshness to
June 28, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MARYLEBONE.

MARYLEBONE.

SINGULAR CASE OF CONCEALMENT OF BIRTIL—On Monday Elizabeth Roberts, a well-dressed woman, thirty-three years . of age, housekeeper to a gentleman named Lewis, residing at No. 12, Upper Montaguestreet, Montague-square, was brought up from the Marylebone Infirmary, and placed at t
April 26, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED FAMILY JOURNAL. AND GAZETTE OF VARIETY, TN appearing as a new candidate for public favor and approbation, will

THE ILLUSTRATED FAMILY JOURNAL. AND GAZETTE OF VARIETY, TN appearing as a new candidate for public favor and approbation, will

present some features and combination hitherto unattempted in any miscellany of similar cost yet published in this or any other country. Every one must have perceived the present tendency of the public taste towards the elevated in Art as well as in Literature. This is shown by
April 26, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TRUSSES. A WA.DSWORTH, 8, BELL YARD, Grace• church Street, begs to inform those persons who may require the aid of

TRUSSES. A WA.DSWORTH, 8, BELL YARD, Grace• church Street, begs to inform those persons who may require the aid of

a Truss, they may be supplied with one properly adapted to the case, at the following prices : Single Double sd s d A good common Truss .. ... 4 0 7 6 Do., with circular spring .. On the principle of Salmon Sc Ody's expired patent a 0 15 0 On the principle of Cole's expired pate
April 26, 1845 - London Journal and Pioneer Newspaper - London, London, England