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POSTSCRIPTUM OF GOSSIP.

POSTSCRIPTUM OF GOSSIP.

The "ENGLISHWOMAN'S' DOMESTIC MAGAZINE" is issued in Monthly Twopenny numbers, and in yearly Half-crown volumes, neatly bound. Every Bookseller in the empire sells the "ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE ;" but if any difficulty occurs in procuring it in town or country, lily volu
April 12, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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
 
[SECOND EDITION.] GRAND NAVAL REVIEW AT PORTSMOUTII, ON 25, 1556.-(SEE PAGE 212 - --------2----_-=_- - ---=_____ - - • -

[SECOND EDITION.] GRAND NAVAL REVIEW AT PORTSMOUTII, ON 25, 1556.-(SEE PAGE 212 - --------2----_-=_- - ---=_____ - - • -

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April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Pecha will give a grand ball on the 10th, which the Emperor of the French, it is thought, will 'honour With his presence, as the Sultan did the ball of M. Thouvenel, at Constantinople. The invitations, 800 in number, will be issued on the model of those of the Empress at the Tui
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
giatOtuts IXI 0 eltacts.

giatOtuts IXI 0 eltacts.

THE TRIAL OF PALMER.—The approaching trial of William Palmer is anticipated by scientific men with an interest scarcely less intense than that which is felt by the public. A physiological question of the greatest interest, in a merely scientific point of view, and of momentous i
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
E-OPENED, with many important additions to the A l O Scientific Department.—Dr. KAHN begs to acquaint the Public, that his

E-OPENED, with many important additions to the A l O Scientific Department.—Dr. KAHN begs to acquaint the Public, that his

celebrated MUSEUM, which has been elegantly re-decorated and enriched by many interesting additional objects, is NOW OPEN (for Gentlemen only). Amon , * the new features of high interest will be found a magnificent FulllengthbModel of a Venus, from one of the most eminent of the
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
POSTSCRIPTUM OF GOSSIP.

POSTSCRIPTUM OF GOSSIP.

The " ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE" is issued in Monthly Twopenny numbers. and in yearly Half-crown volumes, neatly bound. Every Bookseller in the empire sells the " ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE;" but if any difficulty occurs in procuring it in town or country, any volum
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.- DYSPEP6IA CURED None need suffer while this truly invaluable Remedy is at hand for their relief, as no

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.- DYSPEP6IA CURED None need suffer while this truly invaluable Remedy is at hand for their relief, as no

Stomach or Liver Complaint can long withstand their influence. Sold by all Medicine Vendors, and at 244 Strand.
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
TIIE SABBATARIANS AND THE SABBATH.

TIIE SABBATARIANS AND THE SABBATH.

The Sabbatarians, emboldened by the overwhelming majority which they recently commanded against Sir Joshua Walmsley's motion for opening the British Museum on Sundays, and skilful adepts in getting up petitions, signed wholesale at their bidding by all the children at Sunday-sch
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE PICTURE TIMES.

THE PICTURE TIMES.

of the Royal Exchange, whither the Lord Mayor proceeded, and again road the foregoing communication, which was received with vociferous cheering. Throughout the country the rejoicings have been general. The intelligence of peace having been signed at Paris arrived at Windsor Cas
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England