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Price's Cold Cream.

Price's Cold Cream.

This innocent composition, entirely from vegetable materials, is the most delightful cosmetic ever invented for rendering the skin clear, soft, and delicate; it maintains its superiority over all imitations, and remains unrivalled for beautifying the complexion. Every genuine Po
May 1, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.—(TuEsDAY.)

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—(TuEsDAY.)

In reply to a question from Mr. BANKES, Lord J. RUSSELL said that the further period to which be proposed to extend the suspension of the corn and navigation laws was the Ist of March next. _ Mr. HUME, at the request of Lord J. Russell. postponed until Friday his motion respecti
June 12, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
PRICE SIXPENCE.

PRICE SIXPENCE.

April 3, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
CATTLE INSURANCE.

CATTLE INSURANCE.

FARMERS' and GRAZIERS' MUTUAL CATTLE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, for the insurance of neat cattle and horses against all diseases and accidents. Registered according to the Provisions of Act 7 8: 8 Vict., c. 110. Established In March, 1844. Olfices—Strand, London. Guarantee Fund, £50
April 3, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
ral distress as an excase for withholding their rents. Was that done? No. Formidable agrarian combinations were formed, having for

ral distress as an excase for withholding their rents. Was that done? No. Formidable agrarian combinations were formed, having for

their object to terrify tenants from making any payments to their landlords. In many , instances they prevented the sale of the produce, when any fears were entertained that the price might find its way into the pockets of those to whom it was legally due. We are acquainted with
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
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May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
Mutual Assurance Branch.

Mutual Assurance Branch.

April 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
PROTESTANT. NATIONAL PROTECTOR. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1847. THE GOVERNMENT PLAN OF EDUCATION.

PROTESTANT. NATIONAL PROTECTOR. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1847. THE GOVERNMENT PLAN OF EDUCATION.

The question of state education, as propounded by Government, has now . assumed a more decisive and, to us, a more satisfactory character, than it has hitherto borne, thanks, strange as they may appear, to its very opponents. The amendment of Mr. Duncombe was no doubtintendedbyh
April 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
APRIL 21.

APRIL 21.

At a Congregation held this day the following degrees were conferred : Masters of Arts.—Edward Walker, arinity Colleie; Arthur M. Hoare and Thomas Field, St. John' s College; Charles Hardwick, St. Catherine's Hall. Bachelors of Arts.--Stephen Thomas Clissold and William Girling,
April 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

Committee of Council on Education, Council Office, Whitehall, April 7, 1847. Gentlemen, —Your letter, dated April 6, has been under the consideration of the Lord .President of the Council. His lordship has informed you that he has communicated with Lord John Russell on the subje
April 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England