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TWELFTH NIGHT

TWELFTH NIGHT

January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
RECEPTION OF THE REMAINS OF ADMIRAL BRUAT, AT TOULON. OUR Engraving of the impressive ceremonial of the Reception of the

RECEPTION OF THE REMAINS OF ADMIRAL BRUAT, AT TOULON. OUR Engraving of the impressive ceremonial of the Reception of the

Remains of the late Admiral Bruat, at Toulon, is remarkable as an illustration of the high and enthusiastic homage which France pays to the memory of her heroes. A magnificent catafalque, hung with trophies, and emblazoned with the initials of the defunct, stood upon the quay, s
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
ieft'e BY THOMAS MILLER, AUTHOR OP "GIDEON GILES," "ROYSTON GOWER," ETC. CHAPTER

ieft'e BY THOMAS MILLER, AUTHOR OP "GIDEON GILES," "ROYSTON GOWER," ETC. CHAPTER

BY THOMAS MILLER, AUTHOR OP "GIDEON GILES," "ROYSTON GOWER," ETC. CHAPTER As there is a lull in the landscape after a storm, and the trees that tossed their branches about are -still, while the flowers bear no other trace of the heavy rain beyond the drops that glitter and linger
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE.

THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. BANKRUPTS.—Joseph Farman, Portobello Terrace, Notting Hill, builder.— George Frederick Craggs, Coburg Row, Kent Road, wholesale fancy Mastationer.—Moss Davis, Middle Row, Holborn, milliner. John Grintwood Perkins, Warnford Court, Throgmorton Street, stockbro
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
C ITY JUVENILE DEPOT and LADIES' UNDER‘.../ CLOTHING WAREHOUSE.— Ladies' Paris-wove Stays, very best quality, only 3s. per pair; the

C ITY JUVENILE DEPOT and LADIES' UNDER‘.../ CLOTHING WAREHOUSE.— Ladies' Paris-wove Stays, very best quality, only 3s. per pair; the

Fashionable Ladles' Corset, to fasten in front, 3s. lid., extraordinarily cheap. W. H. TURNER, 69 and 70 Bishopsgate Street Without, London.
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
MUDIE'S SELECT LIBRARY.—The SECRETARIES and LIBRARIANS of the London Literary Institutions, Club-Houses, and Book-societies, are respectfully informed that all the

MUDIE'S SELECT LIBRARY.—The SECRETARIES and LIBRARIANS of the London Literary Institutions, Club-Houses, and Book-societies, are respectfully informed that all the

Principal New Works are forwarded for perusal in Weekly Parcels, on special terms, particulars of which may be obtained on application. CHARLES EDWARD MUDIE, 510 and 511 New Oxford Street.
January 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE NEW EDUCATION BILL.

THE NEW EDUCATION BILL.

The cause of Education is making slight, but, upon the whole, a gratifying progress, in spite of the opposition of many foes and the exertions of many ill-advised friends. On Friday last it was recognised as a subject of Government responsibility, a bill being introduced for the
February 23, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
gattst FRANCE.

gattst FRANCE.

A recent statement has created the greatest sensation throughout Paris. An article appeared in the Siècle on Tuesday, refuting the arguments in the Debats, the drift of which went mainly to prove that the destruction of Nicolaieff—or at least the dismantlement of the fortress—wa
February 23, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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February 23, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
GRAND BALL AT THE BRITISH E/dBAF-BY) CONSTANTINOPLE,--PRESENTATION OF LADIES

GRAND BALL AT THE BRITISH E/dBAF-BY) CONSTANTINOPLE,--PRESENTATION OF LADIES

GRAND BALL AT THE BRITISH E/dBA F - BY ) CON STANTINOPLE,--PRESENTATION OF LADIES gave a children's fancy dress-ball, at the residence of the British Em!)assy, p er& The embassy is a large quadrangular building, situated In the centre of an extensive garden. It is built in the mo
February 23, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England