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HOUSE OF LORDS.-TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-TUESDAY.

OF LORDS.-TUESDAY. Earl GRANVILLE moved the third reading of the Exchequer Bills (£17,183,000), and stated that a correspondence for which Lord Monteagle had inquired was partly of a private nature. - Lord MONTEAGLE admitted that public inconvenience might be created by the produ
March 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
ampto barke( Sappei landed

ampto barke( Sappei landed

March 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
BANK OF ENGLAND. An Account for the week ending on Saturday, February 24th, 1855. ISSUE DEPARTMENT.

BANK OF ENGLAND. An Account for the week ending on Saturday, February 24th, 1855. ISSUE DEPARTMENT.

Notes issued. . . . £26,362,055 £26,302,055 BANKING D Proprietors' Capital . X 14,553,000 Rest 3,303,241 Public Deposits ( including Exchequer, Savings Banks, Commissioners of National Debt, and Dividend Accounts) . Other Deposits . . Seven day and other bills 4,855,455 10,449,1
March 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
FRENCH SAPEURS-POMPIERS.

FRENCH SAPEURS-POMPIERS.

A brigade of French Sapeurs-Pompiers, or firemen, has just left Paris for Constantinople, to look after the French hospitals and magazines. Our engraving (page 69) shows them as they proceeded to the Lyons Railway, a few nights back, in their ordinaryuniforms, with carbine, sabr
March 10, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
THE RULING MYSTERY.

THE RULING MYSTERY.

YSTERY rules the world even more absolutely in these days of universal enlightenment than in days of darkness. This is not an empty expression, but a grave fact. We who are governed know less of the purposes of our governors than the governed did in days of arbitrary rule. The p
March 3, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
COFFEE & ITS ADULTERATIONS.

COFFEE & ITS ADULTERATIONS.

(From the Times of April 23, 1851.) " THE LANCET of this week contains a remarkable statement of the _L extent and . marmer in which the recent regulation for preventing the adulteration of Coffee is being evaded. Out of thirty-four samples, all purchased as Coffee from as many
March 3, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
tection."

tection."

Seeing, therefore, that the adulteration of Coffee is still so generally practised, it becomes necessary again to inform the public where Genuine Coffee can be obtained. The Lancet reported that "the Coffee purchased of MR. J. F. BETTS, _262, OXFORD STREET, Corner of North Audle
March 3, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS AND THI4I MONEY MARKET.

THE FUNDS AND THI4I MONEY MARKET.

The English funds on Monday opened at an advance upon the closing prices of Saturday, but in consequence of unfavourable reports being circulated during the day the highest price was not maintained. Consols were first quoted at 911, to for money, and at the official closing fell
February 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England
 
TrEATING'S COUGH LO, ZENGES.—Upwards of Forty Years experiencd has fully confirmed the superiOr'reputation of these Lozenges, in the cure of

TrEATING'S COUGH LO, ZENGES.—Upwards of Forty Years experiencd has fully confirmed the superiOr'reputation of these Lozenges, in the cure of

Asthma, Winter Cough, Hoarseness, Shortness of Breath, and other Pulmonary Maladies. Prepared and sold in boxes, Is. lid., and tins, 2s. 4. 6d., and 10s. 6d. each, by Thomas Keating, Chemist, Ike., N 0.7 9 ., St. Paul s Churchyard, London. The Testimonials of their efficacy are
February 17, 1855 - Pen and Pencil - London, London, England