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The most Valuable Little Book ever Published. TO READ THE FACE; or, Physiognomy Explained according to Lavater. Price Fourpenco ;

The most Valuable Little Book ever Published. TO READ THE FACE; or, Physiognomy Explained according to Lavater. Price Fourpenco ;

post for 5 stamps. London: C. GOODMAN, Bookseller, 407, Strand, W.C.
October 6, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL STANDARD. THE DISTURBANCES IN ST. GEORGE'S•IN- THE-EAST.

THE NATIONAL STANDARD. THE DISTURBANCES IN ST. GEORGE'S•IN- THE-EAST.

Tux letter of the Bishop of London, in reply to a resolution of the vestry, and his desire to have a conference with a deputation of the vestry, with a view to the adoption of such measures as would conciliate both parties and put an end to the disgraceful scenes that have so sc
October 20, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
LOcT. '2O, 1860.

LOcT. '2O, 1860.

certain petty and wicked attempts to interrupt the set.. vices of the church have still been continued by a small sectioa ; Mr. Hansard, I know, confidently looked to the respectable parishioners to save himself from such annoyances, and the parish from the disgrace of their att
October 20, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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OCT. 20, 1860 j QUER to postpone the time of payment until November,lB6l,:whou they pledged themselves to pay the tax. The annual meeting of the United Kingdom Alliance was held at Manchester on Tuesday. The principal speakers were the Dean of CARLISLE, Mr. WASHINGTON WILKS, and
October 20, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Tun Emperor left Paris on Friday morning for the Conference at Baden-Baden, and returned to the Tuileries at ten o'clock on Monday morning. A Council of Ministers was immediately summoned and hold. The Council lasted two hours, and, after it broke up, the Emperor paid a visit to
June 23, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

CONSTANTINOPLE, JUNE 19.--The Sultan has sent fresh instructions to the Grand Vizier. The Austrian Intermincio had an audiences of the Sultan on Saturday last. The approaching departure of the Internuncio has made a tranquillizing impression. The Journal de Constantinople states
June 23, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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June 23, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Tonitt alirolnr.

Tonitt alirolnr.

THE Queen and the Prince Consort, attended by Lady Churchill and General the lion. C. Grey, drove, on Tuesday lveek, up Dee to the foot of the Geldle, and crossed thence on ponies by Glen Fishle to Loch Inch, and crossing the Spey at the ferry, posted to Grant Town, where the Ro
September 15, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
my father's counsel, and went away. My father died after this and I was sent so college, where the Bible

my father's counsel, and went away. My father died after this and I was sent so college, where the Bible

was a sealed book to me, and I did not see it again until I was ordained a priest. If you speak to any of your Roman Catholic friends about the Bible not being allowed to be read, they will tell you that you know nothing of their religion, for in England, Scotland, Ireland, and
September 15, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
A FIELD FOR EMIGRATION.

A FIELD FOR EMIGRATION.

Tun three provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward's Island comprise in all an extent of country capable of supporting some 10,000,000, or even 20,000,000 people. The united population of all these is much short of 50,000. Abounding in the most magnificent harb
September 15, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England