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gattst ainttliigturt.

gattst ainttliigturt.

RUSSIA. THE IMPERIAL MANIFESTO.—The following is an extract from the Imperial Manifesto, published at St. Petersburg on the Ist of April, to announce the signing of the treaty of peace: "The obstinate and sanguinary 'struggle which, for nearly three years, has subverted Europe,
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
COBRA .DI CAPELLO,

COBRA .DI CAPELLO,

Tins most venomous of the serpent tribe, has hevertheless an enemy of which it is in mortal dread s —a small animal very domestic in its habits, and which attacks it with the utmost fury. The combat is fatal to the reptile, while the little animal (about the size of a rat) has r
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE.

THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 13 ANKRUPTS.—John Edwards, Southampton, watchmaker.—Alfred Langford, Lewes, missex, brewer.—Charles Gaiter, Winchester, draper.—Thomas Kennard, Brooksby Street, Liverpool Road, Islington, and Northampton Place, New North Road, baker.—William Walton, Richmond, Su
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
COURT TRAlNS.—Messrs. WILLIAMS & COMPANY beg respectfully to solicit the attention of the Nobility to the extensive STOCK of SILK,

COURT TRAlNS.—Messrs. WILLIAMS & COMPANY beg respectfully to solicit the attention of the Nobility to the extensive STOCK of SILK,

amounting to upwards of £15,000, at present being DISPOSED OF by them; amongst which are many superb Court Trains, and also the extra wide French Glacés and Poult de Soie of richest quality and all colours, made expressly for Trams, at 4s. 9d. a yard. Patterns sent to the Countr
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THERE'S FORTUNE ON BEFORE US, Boys.— Sung every where. Published in Nos. 746 and 747 MUSICAL BOUQUET, price 6d. Poetry

THERE'S FORTUNE ON BEFORE US, Boys.— Sung every where. Published in Nos. 746 and 747 MUSICAL BOUQUET, price 6d. Poetry

by C. SIMARD. Also Charles Mackay's new Song (written and composed by himself), "John Brown, or a Plain Man's Philosophy," price 6d. The Two Songs free by Post for 13 Stamps.—MUSICAL BOUQUET Office, 192 High Holborn. THE GUINEA FAMILY BIBLE, Large Type, with References and Famil
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
lIOUSE OF COMMONS.

lIOUSE OF COMMONS.

APRIL 4.—lncreasing Deficit of the Indian Revcnite.—Sir E. PERRY gave notiCe of motion on the subject on the next supply night. Public - offices.—Sir B. lIALL, in reply to a question from Mr.
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
ROYAL POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTION.

ROYAL POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTION.

A shilling could scarcely be better laid out by the holidaymaker than in a visit to - the Polytechnic Institution. The present lessee, Mr. Pepper, has, we find, been at considerable expense in preparing such entertainment for the public as shall both edify and amuse. This instit
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
[Apna IQ, 1856.

[Apna IQ, 1856.

or Eorrr.—The annual dinner of the members of the expedition to Egypt under the first Napoleon, in 1798, took place last week at Paris. Amongst the persons present were Jomard Bey, member of the Institute; Colonel Jomard, his brother; Generals Brunet, Denon, and Plat, and M. Cor
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
CORN MARKET. MARK LANE.

CORN MARKET. MARK LANE.

On Monday English wheat met with moderate inquiry at about the prices of that day se'nnight. Foreign in fair retail demand. Floating cargoes off the coast are not plentiful, and of inferior quality; importers hold very stitly, and business passes at late rates. Indian corn off t
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
Obbs anb 6ubs.

Obbs anb 6ubs.

anb 6ubs. A RECENT EXECUTION IN CIIINA.—" The number," says a correspondent, "on this occasion was 127. When they were all placed, one man behind gave them a push forward to bring their heads into a leaning position; and the executioners, beginning at one end of the line, strike
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England