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GOLD AND 'BANK NOTES GiVnN ELW.&Y. SUBSCRIBE IMMEDIATELY TO PICT4RI4L TIMES. THE

GOLD AND 'BANK NOTES GiVnN ELW.&Y. SUBSCRIBE IMMEDIATELY TO PICT4RI4L TIMES. THE

March 28, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER INDIAN VICTORY.

ANOTHER INDIAN VICTORY.

IN a fourth pitched battle between the British and the Sikh armies the arms of our glorious and invincible soldiers have been crowned with another signal and important victory. The further loss, too, that our brave fellows have sustained although sufficiently deplorable —bears n
March 28, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
LATEST NEWS FROM INDIA.'

LATEST NEWS FROM INDIA.'

On Thursday morning the daily papers printed second editions, containing th news received in a copy of the" Bombay Times "of Feb. 15. This journal cousins several official documents relative to recent transactions on the Sutlej ; but by extracting a portion of Major General Sir
March 28, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
THE SIKH ARMY.

THE SIKH ARMY.

We have on several occasions given brief descriptions of this formidable body of eastern natives now in arms against the English forces on the borders of the Punjaub. After preserving many years of tranquility and good feeling between the two governments, the bonds of a nity hav
March 28, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
THE DISCOVERY for the NERVES.—DR. GRANDISON'S , PILLS. This excellent and safe medicine not only strengthens the NERVES to an

THE DISCOVERY for the NERVES.—DR. GRANDISON'S , PILLS. This excellent and safe medicine not only strengthens the NERVES to an

unprecedented extent, but secures refreshing sleep without a particle of any opiate. It unfailingly allays Nervous Irritability, and conquers the most obstinate constipation and indigestion. Sold (for the Proprietor) by Mr. Purser, 40. Bridge Street, Blackfriars i In Boxes Is. l
March 28, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.- MONDAY, APRIL 6. Lord presented two petitions from shareholders in the Midland And G. eat Western ( Ireland) and the Cork and Waterford Railways, who objected to the farther progress of the Bills for those lines, on the ground that a large pr o portion of the pa
April 11, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
THE PICTORIAL TIMES.

THE PICTORIAL TIMES.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—TuEsDAY, APRIL 7. After the presentation of petitions, Lord CAMPBELL introduced two Bills similar to those which passed their Lordships' House last session =the first being, as the Noble and Learned Lord said, abolishing that remnant of superstitiott —deodands im
April 11, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Alma should write to Sir Henry Ellis for a ticket of admission to Me reacting room of the British Museum, where he will find all the works he mentions, and will be directed to many others upon the same subject on application to the very obliging acting librarian, who attends to
April 11, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
t lot b eb aDi Y her native people only —but by the children i of other Posi,.tes-- and the

t lot b eb aDi Y her native people only —but by the children i of other Posi,.tes-- and the

wider family of our kind. Yet s the un. Position of OPINION, in the grand mille, variable and unas the wind. Here it builds itself upon the rock of the seems strong as the convictions of an ancient faith it oscillates in a s t orm o f d ou b t an d perp l ex i ty now it r ushes
February 14, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
PRESENTATION OF A ROYAL TIGER TO THE QUEEN,

PRESENTATION OF A ROYAL TIGER TO THE QUEEN,

Her Majesty, Donna Maria, Queen of Portugal, is known to possess a great affection for the Queen of England; a feeling which it is understood results from the early intimacy formed between them during her visit to this country some twenty years since. This friendship has shown i
February 14, 1846 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England