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EA U-D E- V I E.—More pure in its composition, more agreeable in its use, and more salutary in its

EA U-D E- V I E.—More pure in its composition, more agreeable in its use, and more salutary in its

effects, than COGNAC BRANDY at double the price! These are not mere assertions, but incontrovertible facts, established by the testimony of eminent Chemists and Physicians, and confirmed by the experience of several thousand approving Customers. Imperial Gallon, 165.; in French
February 9, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE SADLEIR TRAGEDY.

THE SADLEIR TRAGEDY.

Hardly has the public mind had time to recover from the first shock occasioned by the crimes of Paul, Strahan, and Bates, of William Palmer, and numerous minor offenders of more or less notoriety—slaves of Mammon----than a case occurs which, for the magnitude of misdeeds reveale
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

Extensive preparations are being made by Russia for a continuance of the war, and on no point has the former energy of the military departments been abated. The Journal de la Marine of St. Petersburg contains a special report of the hitherto unexplained disappearance of the Russ
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
THE NEGOTIATIONS.

THE NEGOTIATIONS.

The nferences at Pari s opened at one o ' clock on Monday, e C Ple e nipotentiaries being p resent. T he latter arrived at the of the sitting without form a li ty an d i n t h e i r or di nary d ress. r t e he h " ie representative of Pied mont was the first, and the representat
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
AL-'s.‘---•,_ AUSTRALIAN BUSH-RANGERS.

AL-'s.‘---•,_ AUSTRALIAN BUSH-RANGERS.

- ' s. ‘---•,_ AUSTRALIAN BUSH-RANGERS. of the quartz-rock, where it does show itself, is still less likely than the interior to lead strangers to the right clue of the nature of the formation. The "weathered" surface, discoloured by the effect of the elements, and by occasional
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
TOLKIEN'S 25 GUINEA ROYAL MINUTO PIANOFORTES, Compass 6i octaves.—H. T., the original maker of a 25 Guinea Pianoforte, has, by

TOLKIEN'S 25 GUINEA ROYAL MINUTO PIANOFORTES, Compass 6i octaves.—H. T., the original maker of a 25 Guinea Pianoforte, has, by

the care he • has devoted to all branches of the manufacture, obtained the highest reputation throughout the universe for his instruments, unequalled in durability and delicacy of touch, more especially for their excellency in standing in tune in the various climates of our Colo
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
ELASTIC SUPPORTING BELTS of a new fabric and extreme lightness, for Ladies' use before and after Accouchement. Instructions for measurement

ELASTIC SUPPORTING BELTS of a new fabric and extreme lightness, for Ladies' use before and after Accouchement. Instructions for measurement

and prices on application. The Profession and Hospitals supplied.—Popg and PLANTE, 4 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, London.
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
BLACK LEAD.—Great Improvement in the above useful Article.—GEOßGE MAYOR and Co. beg to call the attention of Housekeepers and others

BLACK LEAD.—Great Improvement in the above useful Article.—GEOßGE MAYOR and Co. beg to call the attention of Housekeepers and others

to their newly-registered CHEMICAL CAKE BLACK LEAD, for its economy, cleanliness, and particularly for its chemical properties of removing GREASE and STAINS from stoves, grates, and all iron surfaces, at the same time producing a steel-like polish, with less labour and cosr than
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
NEW LABEL.—In consequence of the great variety of Counterfeit Labels of A. ROWLAND and SONS' MACASSAR OIL now in circulation,

NEW LABEL.—In consequence of the great variety of Counterfeit Labels of A. ROWLAND and SONS' MACASSAR OIL now in circulation,

and which so nearly resemble the Ori g inal as frequently to deceive the unwary—they have employed those eminent Artists, Messrs. PERicise, BACON, and Co., who, at great cost, and by a peculiar process of their own, have succeeded in producing from Steel "A NEW LABEL," which can
March 1, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England