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Model of Waterloo.

Model of Waterloo.

ATTLE OF WATERLOO, New Model, upon a large scale, representing ' 11, Y : the splendid charge, in the early part of that Battle, by the British Ca- S i valry under the Marquis of Anglesey, and the British Infantry under Sir e Thomas Picton—Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly. Open from 11
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ANNOUNCEMENT. It is a source of great gratification to the Proprietors of " THE BELL," that in this, the 53rd

ANNOUNCEMENT. It is a source of great gratification to the Proprietors of " THE BELL," that in this, the 53rd

number of their Journal, they are enabled to announce the compleion of that great work, The Shield of Wellington, which has been so long in progress; and thereby to commemorate, in so efficient a manner, the conclusion of the First Year of "The Bell;" a year which has been to th
May 31, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
GRAIN MARKET.—REVIEINT or THE IXTEEIC. The splendid weather of the last few days has inspired more confidence with re •

GRAIN MARKET.—REVIEINT or THE IXTEEIC. The splendid weather of the last few days has inspired more confidence with re •

gard to the crops, and the advices describe them generally as progressing well. In fact we see no reason to doubt that there will be an excellent yield. Notwithstanding this, however, the supplies of corn both at Monda,y's and Wednesday's market, were small, and prices have cons
June 14, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
George and Vulture Tavern and Hotel, Cornhill,

George and Vulture Tavern and Hotel, Cornhill,

THIS Hotel hiving undergone a complete renovation, and tile greater part new furnished, T. H. WHITMARSH can with confidence offer to commercial gentlemen, oreigners, and others visiting the metropolis, such accommodation as will be rarely met with in the City. The bed-rooms are
June 7, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HONOUR TO THE BRAVA lAN the 18th of JUNE (in commemoration of the Battle of Waterloo), the Proprietors of TIIE

HONOUR TO THE BRAVA lAN the 18th of JUNE (in commemoration of the Battle of Waterloo), the Proprietors of TIIE

RAILWAY BELL Will present to every purchaser of their Paper, price Sixpence, A SPLENDID ENGRAVING Containing Portraits of Field-Marshal the Duke of WELLINGTON and his Generals. This noble Engraving forms THE MAGNIFICENT CENTRE-PIECE OF THE TWELVE GUINEA SHIELD OF WELLINGTON. A c
June 7, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
.... 667 30 .... 171 117 . 677 31 .... 186 115

.... 667 30 .... 171 117 . 677 31 .... 186 115

667 30 .... 171 117 . 677 31 .... 186 115 781 BO .... 213 .. 756 33 .... 211 It results from this table, that during each successive period there has been an argumentation in the total number of the population, a diminution in the proportion of births, and an augmentation in the
June 21, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
For Nothing.

For Nothing.

A PAMPHLET ON NERVOUSNESS, with Testimonials. The nervous are re- I spectfully invited to send to the Rev. Dr . MOSELEY, 9 Charlotte-street, Bloomsbury, for the small pamphlet, just published, on his most successful Treatment of Nervous or Mind Complaints, by which he cures thes
June 21, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A NEW DISCOVERY IN TEETH.

A NEW DISCOVERY IN TEETH.

52 FLEET-STREET. /f R . HOWARD, Surgeon-Dentist, 52 Fleet-street, has introduced an Entirely New Description of Artificial Teeth, fixed without Springs, Wires, or Ligatures. They so perfectly resemble the natural Teeth as not to be distinguished from , the originals by the close
June 21, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Intermarriage.

Intermarriage.

TTEMPER AND TEMPERAMENT.—Is there any possibility of knowing what sort of person we ought to marry, so as to spend a happy married life? Yes. Read the new work "AFFAIR OF THE HEART," by Professor Conn, 1 Newman-street, Oxford-street; to be had of him, for Fourteen Postage stamps
June 21, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
POLICE POWER.

POLICE POWER.

When the present system cf police was introduced, those who belonged to the older portion of the community viewed it with wellgrounded suspicion as an instrument that might be used for any purpose which seemed good in the sight of those who direct it, or in that of a home secret
June 28, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England