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A CHILD'S BOOK, LONG WANTED FOR THE VERY YOUNG. BESSIE'S and JESSIE'S FIRST BOOK. Price 2s. 6d. Size, folio fcp.

A CHILD'S BOOK, LONG WANTED FOR THE VERY YOUNG. BESSIE'S and JESSIE'S FIRST BOOK. Price 2s. 6d. Size, folio fcp.

with Coloured Illust ra ti ons , an d th e St or i es i n wor d s o f not more than three letters, and in large type. The aim of this book is to interest Children from the very first in their reading. DEAN and Sows, 31 Ludgate Hill, three doors west of Old Bailey, Juvenile Book
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
APRIL 12, 1556.]

APRIL 12, 1556.]

things he said, for the House of Commons to meddle with.—Admiral condemned the unnecessary extension and exasperation of this controversy by the introduction of the Acre affair, sixteen years old.—The subject then dropped. Supply.—The House then went into committee of Supply, an
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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ir t jtattts 4 1 I,m).lstintitts. by Messrs. Sainton and Blagrove. This highly interesting work belongs to those posthumous scores of Mozart which Herr Andrii published for the first time on or about the centenary anniversary of their author's birth-day; and to the New Philharmon
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
CROXTON PARK PLATE.

CROXTON PARK PLATE.

Fact - 1 Shoreham EPSOM It ACES.—TRIIR9DAY. • G M &TROPOLITA I4 . Cannohie Winktield ............................... 21
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
[APRIL 12, 1856. PARASOLS. THE "PERSIAN" PARASOL, made without any Seam, of rich elastic Silk, ornamented with Oriental Patterns, combines

[APRIL 12, 1856. PARASOLS. THE "PERSIAN" PARASOL, made without any Seam, of rich elastic Silk, ornamented with Oriental Patterns, combines

extreme elegance with an effect perfectly unique. W. and J. SANGSTER, Patentees, , 40 Regent Street, 75 Cheapside, 94 Fleet Street, and 10 Royal Exchange, Messrs. MORLAND and SON, Eutcheap, Sole Licensees. May be procured at all respectable Drapers. DR. KAHN begs to announce to
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE PICTURE TIMES PART for MARCH is NOW READY, price TENPENCE. The Back Numbers, price TWOPENCE each, can be obtained

THE PICTURE TIMES PART for MARCH is NOW READY, price TENPENCE. The Back Numbers, price TWOPENCE each, can be obtained

by order of all Booksellers. Office, 1 Crane Court, Fleet Street, London.
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
EIIIGRATION FROM NORWAY.

EIIIGRATION FROM NORWAY.

the . chapel, the national song,'Poland is not yet lost, while you live,' was poured from the breasts of a thousand brave men, as if by a single impulse. The ceremony of dividing the sacred egg was grand and affecting. General Zamoyski visited all the companies one by one, toget
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
"The world knows nothing of its greatest men."'

"The world knows nothing of its greatest men."'

'Then it is a great shame,' said Norman. But do you think it right,' said Ethel, to care for distinction? It is a great thing to earn it, but I don't think one should care for the outer glory." I believe it is a great temptation,' said Alan. The being over-elated or over-depress
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
SICK-ROOM AND NURSERY.

SICK-ROOM AND NURSERY.

Animal Food for Children—Bruises—Change of Air—Chilblains—Cholera Pills—Cold on the Chest—Collodion for Wounds—Cries of Children—On Simplicity of Diet—Children's Dietary—Emetic in case of Vegetable Poisons—Pasting—Fragrant Odour for Sick-rooms—Goulard Lotion—Fifteen Rules for th
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
NORTH CAPE.

NORTH CAPE.

A Swedish traveller, who visited the North Cape in the beginning of the present century, gives the following description of it: "At last, a little before midnight, we saw that dreaded Cape, whose rocks seem to us, from the distance, of a similar height, and terminating by a perp
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England