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MISS MARTINEAU AND wEsnirausta.

MISS MARTINEAU AND wEsnirausta.

THE lady's last paper in the .Athencrum is very dry, and contains no more of the pleasant or amusing details of the new tricks and conjurations performed by or on her maid Jane. Miss Martineau complains of the practice of mesmerism by inferior persons and by itinerant lecturers
December 21, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COURT NEWS.

COURT NEWS.

Royal Wedding.—The Constitutionnel says, that the marriage of Queen Isabella 11. with the Count of Trapani is finally determined on; and that the affair has been definitively arranged by the Prince of Joinville and the Duke d'Amaule during the recent visit to Naples. Melancholy
December 21, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LECTRO PLATE SUPERSEDED by RICHARD and JOHN SLACK'S pure NICKEL SILVER. This incomparable metal possesses all the richness of silver

LECTRO PLATE SUPERSEDED by RICHARD and JOHN SLACK'S pure NICKEL SILVER. This incomparable metal possesses all the richness of silver

in appearance, with all its durability •yc and hardness, warranted to stand the test of aquafortis, and to retain , its silver-like appearance as long as the articles endure. Tea spoons, - fiddle-pattern, ss. per dozen; dessert ditto and forks, 10s. ; table A ditto and forks, 12
December 21, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Perfect Freedom from Coughs in Ten Minutes after Use is Insured by R. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC WAFERS. — Cure of Asthmatic

Perfect Freedom from Coughs in Ten Minutes after Use is Insured by R. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC WAFERS. — Cure of Asthmatic

+ ( Cough of many year's existence. r., From Mr. C. :HILLER, 15 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea. Sept. 12, 1844. Gentlemen,—l am happy to inform you that the gentleman for whom I procured three boxes of Dr. Locock's Wafers, from you, last Thursday week, has experienced the most extraordina
December 21, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
- - - - MR VAN MITCHELL'S NEW WORK. Eighth Edition —Just published, in Bvo. cloth boards, price 7 5

- - - - MR VAN MITCHELL'S NEW WORK. Eighth Edition —Just published, in Bvo. cloth boards, price 7 5

. 6d. gu ß so C erfu ßc own l orn E ke NCES, TUMOURS, and STRICTURES, THE CURE OF PILES, FISTULA, HEMOR-colmiluplsatrinattebdeiwngiththneutmwerfrouesvcamsetsa. t. N R , ll l , t , i? T o i h u D i t s A cu i L s tt a i E n — me the t. 2 . 3 'L tendant upon sedentary pursuits and
December 21, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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_ - - _ _ THE LATE FIRE ST. GEORGE'S MA RKET.—Monday, a quarter ! before 8 o'clock p.m., a fire broke out in the stables, &c., of Mr. Barnett, butcher, in St. George's Market; the cause of the fire is unknown; buildings and contents destroyed, including five sheep and ! a horse;
October 12, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS.

ACCIDENTS.

MrnAcur.ous ESCAPE.—Last week two persons, walking through the pleasure-grounds of Methven Castle, on the romantic banks of the Almond, came to a spot opposite Cromwell-park, where the banks rise precipitous to considerably above 100 feet. The person who was guiding them pointed
October 12, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Fares frm Norwich. s. d. s. d. 000 6 1 00 1 60 10 18t 0 261 3 I 0

Fares frm Norwich. s. d. s. d. 000 6 1 00 1 60 10 18t 0 261 3 I 0

16 20 26 36
October 12, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SUNDEFtLAND DURHAM to DURHAM to HARTLEto DURHAM SUNDER- HARTLE- POOL to DUR & SHINCLIFFE. LAND. POOL. HAM. - ATI •

SUNDEFtLAND DURHAM to DURHAM to HARTLEto DURHAM SUNDER- HARTLE- POOL to DUR & SHINCLIFFE. LAND. POOL. HAM. - ATI •

At 6 0* a.m. At 7 50*a.m. At 8 0 a.m. At 7 0 —lO of a.m. —ll 20ta.m. —lO 0 a.m. 945 a.m. —I fit p.m. 1 501p.m. —ll 30 a.m. —ll 50 a.m. 3 0 p.m. —• 350 p.m. 130 p.m.— 250 p 4 0 p.m. 520 p.m, 6 0 Pan. —7 15 p.m.
October 12, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
• At Stockton in time for the coach to Whitby and Scaibro,' and at Liverpool at 9 0 p.m. same

• At Stockton in time for the coach to Whitby and Scaibro,' and at Liverpool at 9 0 p.m. same

day. t At London next morning at 430 am. At York at 8 45 p.m. FARES. Ist Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. Sunderland to Durham •• • . Is. 6d.... Is, 3d. Hartlepool ••.• • • • • 2 9 .. 2 3 .• 18.6 d. Stockton Darlington ...... • • 7 0 .. 5 6 .. 4 6 Newcastle to Hartlepool .... 4 9 .. 3
October 12, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England