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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

FEB. 29.—New Writ.—Oa the motion of Mr. HATTER, a new writ was issued for Boston, in the room of Mr. G. Heathcote, who has accepted the Chiltern Hundreds. The Paris Conferences. —Slavery in Turkey.—Lord PALMERSTON, in reply to a question from Mr. BRIGGS, said that our Government
March 8, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
Book and Print Publishers, and Bible Warehouse.

Book and Print Publishers, and Bible Warehouse.

SPECTACLES: When to Wear, and How to Use them. Addressed to those who value their Sight. By CHARLES A. LONG. Published by BLAND and Lox°, Opticians, 153 Fleet Street, London. Sent free for Six Postage-Stamps.
March 8, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
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March 8, 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 Coloni
March 8, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
210 difference of opinion could possibly exist, have been postponed for after-consideration, and form the subject-matter of supplemental treatieS. The

210 difference of opinion could possibly exist, have been postponed for after-consideration, and form the subject-matter of supplemental treatieS. The

report, confirmed by all the Paris correspondents, that the Emperor has notions ofconVening a general Congress, for the purpose of revising the balance of power as established at the Congress of Vienna, Implies the possible disturbance of existing relations upon a much larger sc
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
BURNING OF THE THEATRE, AT BOURGES, ON THE NIGHT OF THE 4TH OF MA.ROII.

BURNING OF THE THEATRE, AT BOURGES, ON THE NIGHT OF THE 4TH OF MA.ROII.

BURNING OF THE THEATRE, AT BOURGES, ON THE NIGHT OF 4TH OF MA.ROII. THEATRICAL PROPERTY IN WORTHING.—The theatre, together with the scenery, wardrobe, library, &c., was brought to the hammer last week. The theatre and the cottage adjoining (the residence of the late Thomas Trotte
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
GOLD WATCHES, £6 65., £8 Bs., to £l5 15s. each, highly finished Patent Detached Lever Movements, Jewelled, richly-Engraved or Engine-turned

GOLD WATCHES, £6 65., £8 Bs., to £l5 15s. each, highly finished Patent Detached Lever Movements, Jewelled, richly-Engraved or Engine-turned

Cases.—J. W. BENSON, 33 Ludgate Hill.
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
HUBB'S LOCKS, Fire-proof Safes , Cash and Deed Boxes.—Complete Lists of Sizes and Prices may be had on application.— Cumin

HUBB'S LOCKS, Fire-proof Safes , Cash and Deed Boxes.—Complete Lists of Sizes and Prices may be had on application.— Cumin

and Sox, 57 St. Paul's Churchyard, London; 28 Lord Street, Liverpool; 16 Market Street, Manchester; and Wolverhampton.
April 5, 1856 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
ADELPHI.

ADELPHI.

A "military sketch," called Fraternisation, was produced at this theatre last night, a thing fitter for Astley's than the Adelphi. There is a clever scene painted by Messrs. Smith and Turner, representing the fort and harbour of Sebastopol, the Mamelon, the Malakhoff Tower, the
July 21, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England
 
6ffurt Ftlus.

6ffurt Ftlus.

6ffurt HER MAJESTY and Prince Albert, and family, with their illustrious relations and guests, the King of the Belgians and the Count de Flanders, with Princess Charlotte of Belgium, have been enjoying the sea-breezes at Osborne during the past week; taking frequent excursions on
July 21, 1855 - Picture Times - London, London, England