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CENTRAL I.RLKINIL COURT, July 8.

CENTRAL I.RLKINIL COURT, July 8.

, e - difficult in a short time to discover the insane point. - ------- Mr. Lush then announced that the plaintiffs case closed THE TRIAL OF DR. SMETHURST FOR MURDFR. there. The trial of Thomas Smethurst for the murder of Isabella Mr. Mein asked the Court leave to retire for a s
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
firIARING-CROSS HOSPITAL, West Strand. ‘,..) The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Governors of this Hospital will take place on TUESDAY,

firIARING-CROSS HOSPITAL, West Strand. ‘,..) The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Governors of this Hospital will take place on TUESDAY,

the /9111 of July, at Two o'clock. JOHN ROBERTSON, Hon. Sec. THE ROYAL NAVAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.—The NEXT QUARTERLY - MEETING of this Society, instituted 1739, for affording Relief to Officrs (being subscribers) 01 the Royal Navy, their Widows, and Families, under circumstances
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICE to INVENTORS.— OFFICE for PATENTS, 4, Trafalgar-square, Charing-cross.—Printed instructions (gratis) as to the COST OF PATENTS for Great Britain

NOTICE to INVENTORS.— OFFICE for PATENTS, 4, Trafalgar-square, Charing-cross.—Printed instructions (gratis) as to the COST OF PATENTS for Great Britain

or foreign countries. Advice and assistance in disposing of or work ing inventions. Capital provided. Branch offices and agencies in every Continental State and in Anterisa. Established 20 years. Full information as to expired or existing patents at home or abroad. —Apply person
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
OA.LS per GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.— ‘,./ From July 1 the coal of each pit will be SOLD SEPARATELY instead of

OA.LS per GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.— ‘,./ From July 1 the coal of each pit will be SOLD SEPARATELY instead of

altozether. Some coalowners strongly resisted the change. The proprietors of the Edmund Main, the Lund Hill, and the Oaks Collieries insisted upon separation. Whose coal should you think the best, that of the objectors or that of the three pits? "A word to the wise," &e.—Orders
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
RIFLE SUITS, £3 35., waterproof, Green or Grey Cloth.—A few Gentlemen joining with their orders shall be waited upon in

RIFLE SUITS, £3 35., waterproof, Green or Grey Cloth.—A few Gentlemen joining with their orders shall be waited upon in

the country with patterns, uniform, and accoutrements.—DOUDNEY and SONS, Tailors to the Queen, Prince Consort, and all the Royal Family, 17, Old Bond-street, 25, Burling , ton-arcade ; 49, Lombard-street. Established 75 years.
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CRYSTAL PALACE.—The Rosary and Terrace Gardens are now brilliant with thousands of roses, geraniums, verbenas, and other plants in mil

CRYSTAL PALACE.—The Rosary and Terrace Gardens are now brilliant with thousands of roses, geraniums, verbenas, and other plants in mil

bloom. The flowers in the Palace and throughout tho grounds are in great profusion and beauty.— The New Gymnasium in the Park is free to visitors.
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AIR..AIyL,I3 E at ß E T igh S t 3 . l l a r i fdH;TO-NlGHT,atThree AFTERNOON,HIN o'clock.—Just Published,

AIR..AIyL,I3 E at ß E T igh S t 3 . l l a r i fdH;TO-NlGHT,atThree AFTERNOON,HIN o'clock.—Just Published,

price 6d. or Is., "To China and Back," by Albert Smith, Forwarded by post from the EGYPTIAN IiALL, Piccadilly, for seven or thirteen stamps.
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ALHAMBRA PALACE.—The most elegant place of amusement in London.—ENGAGEMENT of the celebrated QUAGLIENI FAMILY. Continued success of "Cinderella; or,

ROYAL ALHAMBRA PALACE.—The most elegant place of amusement in London.—ENGAGEMENT of the celebrated QUAGLIENI FAMILY. Continued success of "Cinderella; or,

the Little Slipper."—Two performances daily, commencing at Three and Eight p.m.
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW WORK BY MR. TENNYSON. On Monday, the 11th inst., will be Pub' ished, in One Vol. fcp. Bye., price

NEW WORK BY MR. TENNYSON. On Monday, the 11th inst., will be Pub' ished, in One Vol. fcp. Bye., price

75., IDYLLS of' the KING. By ALFRED • TENNYSON, D.C.L., Poet Lsureate. London: Edward Moron and Co., 44, Dover-street. Just Published, price 7s. cloth, post free, HOTOGRAMS of an IaSTERN TOUR, with original Illustrations and interesting information respect. jug the parts in the
July 9, 1859 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BARIVSCAPLE CONSERVATIV

BARIVSCAPLE CONSERVATIV

(From the North Devon Advertiser.) The monthly meeting of this association was held at the public in this town on Monday last, RICHARD BREAIRIDGE, Esq., in the chair. Upwards of 70 were present. After the usual routine of business, such as admitting new members, was gone through
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England