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STOCICEN9S PATENT INSTANTANEOUS BINDING PINS, FOR music, pamphlets, and all publications, particularly recommended for the use of this paper. Envelopes

STOCICEN9S PATENT INSTANTANEOUS BINDING PINS, FOR music, pamphlets, and all publications, particularly recommended for the use of this paper. Envelopes

of superior paper, eight dozen for 4d. Stationary of every description at manufacturers' charges; superfine foolscap, 6d. per quire; handsome brass-bound mahogany or rosewood desks, 215.; ladies' or gentlemen's dressing cases, fitted complete, 215.; handsome work box, lined with
May 2, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WENNAM LAKE ICE AND REFRIGERATORS. /THE Wenham Lake Ice Company ask attention to the Retail Prices of their Ice as

WENNAM LAKE ICE AND REFRIGERATORS. /THE Wenham Lake Ice Company ask attention to the Retail Prices of their Ice as

compared with those of the common - rough ice. Their wholesale prices are as low as the cost of importation will permit. For actual use the Wenham Lake Ice is worth three times as much as the rough ice, and the retail price is less than that asked by the fishmongers. Price, 10s.
May 2, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Smith's Original Royal Patent Medicinal Powder THE Cure effected, or nothing charged, at the European Institution of Health, Capland Spa,

Smith's Original Royal Patent Medicinal Powder THE Cure effected, or nothing charged, at the European Institution of Health, Capland Spa,

near Taunton, Somerset. Sight restored, deafness effectually cured, that fleshy txcreseence in the nose, commonly called: a polypus, speedily era- - dicated, and all distempers of the head, &c., by the Rev. T. Smith's Original Royal Patent Medicinal Powder, as snuff. This excell
May 2, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PIELILNCHOLY SUICIDE.

PIELILNCHOLY SUICIDE.

On Monday an inquest was held before the borough coroner, on view of the body of George Reed, a tin-plate worker, of Dinorbenstreet, Liverpool, who committed suicide -under the following distres§ing circumstances It appeared that the deceased, who was in the 21st year of his age
June 20, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
XDRAHIT PACU3.

XDRAHIT PACU3.

XDRAHIT PACU 3. BIRMINGHAM.—Ibrahim Pacha, it would appear from the course he is pursuing, is by no means one of those mere pleasure-hunters who visit England for a day or two, and whisk off again satisfied that they have dipped into her profundities,whilst in reality they have n
June 20, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TWO UM

TWO UM

UM the Egyptian Prince would be received in England as a visitor to the Sovereign. Apartments had therefore been engaged for his highness and his extensive suite at Mivart's Hotel, and the whole expenses which would be there incurred, are to be defrayed by the country. Major Dick
June 20, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LAMBETE.

LAMBETE.

ATTEMPT A FATHER TO MURDER HIS CHILD ...-. John Sedgeley, a journeyman comb-maker, was examined on a charge of attempting to murder his a boy of nine years of age. It appeared that on night of Saturday week the prisoner returned home a" a late hour, much intoxicated, and had not
June 20, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
STOCIEEN'S PATENT INSTANTANEOUS • BINDING PINS, VOR music, pamphlets, and all publications, particularly recommended for the use of this paper.

STOCIEEN'S PATENT INSTANTANEOUS • BINDING PINS, VOR music, pamphlets, and all publications, particularly recommended for the use of this paper.

Envelopes of superior paper, eight dozen for 4d. Stationary of every description at manufacturers' charges; superfine foolscap, 6d. per quire; handsome brass-bound mahogany or rosewood desks, 215.; ladies' or gentlemen's dressing •`cases, fitted 'complete, 215.; handsome work bo
June 20, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MORE CURES OX' ASTHMA AND COUGIIO THIS MONTH, BY. DR. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC WAFERS. From John Sweetman, Esq., Stradhally, Ireland, dated

MORE CURES OX' ASTHMA AND COUGIIO THIS MONTH, BY. DR. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC WAFERS. From John Sweetman, Esq., Stradhally, Ireland, dated

May 11,1846. Gentlemen,—Please to send me another 2s. 9d. box of Dr. cock's Wafers by post (on the other side you have payment). have been subject to asthma for the last ten years, and have derived much benefit from the use of the wafers, &c. (Signed) JOHN SWEETMAN• CURE OF COUG
June 20, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

The British and North American Royal Mail Steam-ship Caledonia arrived on Tuesday from Boston and Halifax shortly before midnight, bringing large number of passengers and the usual mails of the Ist instant from Canada and the United States. Accounts from New York by this arrival
July 18, 1846 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England