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July 13, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PRESTON AND WVRE,

PRESTON AND WVRE,

Chairman-Clements Boyd, Esq.-See. and Sup.-11. B. Jones, Esq. p Engineer-S. P. Bidder, Esq.-Office at Fleetwood. 4 Hours of Departure on and after Monday the 20th of May, 1844- PR ESTONto FLEETWOOD.-8 0, 11 0 a.m.; 3 0,5 10, 730 p.m. FLEETWOOD to PRESTON, MANCHESTER, &c.-8 30 a.
July 13, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SUBSTITUTE FOR CREAM IN COFFEE. — Beat the white of an egg to a froth. Put to it a small

SUBSTITUTE FOR CREAM IN COFFEE. — Beat the white of an egg to a froth. Put to it a small

lump of butter, and turn the coffee to it gradually, so that it may not curdle. It is difficult to distinguish the taste from fresh cream. REMARKABLE ANAGRAM.—Pilate's question to our Lord, " What is truth ?" in the Latin Vulgate stands thus :—Quid est veritas? These letters tra
July 13, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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June 29, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FOR A SERMON.—A reverend divine, who former in the pulpit, being called upon acci. 1, asked a friend what he

FOR A SERMON.—A reverend divine, who former in the pulpit, being called upon acci. 1, asked a friend what he

should.preach about; replied, " About five minutes."
June 29, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
-" How is your health to-day Lad been for some time undel :now," was the reply, "it II [nable to

-" How is your health to-day Lad been for some time undel :now," was the reply, "it II [nable to

tell."
June 29, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
to be landed at this river terminus. and carried cheaply to destinations; and still greater benefit from coals - being

to be landed at this river terminus. and carried cheaply to destinations; and still greater benefit from coals - being

landed - at spot, which can be conveyed into the country, and especially to Hitehin. Bal. dock, and their neighbonrhoods, at such a rate as that the present high price in those towns will be considerably reduced. • . Viewing fairly and impartially all these various advantages po
June 29, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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June 29, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
34 Class to Birmingham. Mixed to Maidenhead. Mixed to Wolverton, Mixed to Maidenhead. Mixed to Wolverton. Mixed to Wolterton. Mixed

34 Class to Birmingham. Mixed to Maidenhead. Mixed to Wolverton, Mixed to Maidenhead. Mixed to Wolverton. Mixed to Wolterton. Mixed

to Slough. EPTED).
June 29, 1844 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England