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August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ESL' INDIAN MAILS p The ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COM'S SHIP TWEED. appointed to take eut thy Mai!s the 15th

ESL' INDIAN MAILS p The ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COM'S SHIP TWEED. appointed to take eut thy Mai!s the 15th

of Argust. The Tweed will leave Southampton on the 16tb, at One, e.st., will proceed direct to Falmouth. there she will receive the Mails on the 17th of August. and depart immediately on her v° Yage for Barbadoes, calling to land and embark Passengers Comma and Madeira The line
August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLICATIONS.

PUBLICATIONS.

AP ti - P LAIN and GUIDE, to the CO %)E.. TA X ACT. 5 and 6 Viet.. eap. 35. By A COMMISSIONER. Post-free, price Is. To enable per. sons to fill up their own Papers without exposure or expens-, with copious Information arid valuable instructions on abatem en t s , affirmations, a
August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
t the neighbouring houses, serve further to display the taste of the village belles, who always lend •heir aid to

t the neighbouring houses, serve further to display the taste of the village belles, who always lend •heir aid to

direct the labours of the ruder decorators. The church bells ring merry peals ; the chasityschool, children walk in procession through, the street, with music and colours; and the day is concluded with a country dance, which may be here seen in its genuine forms, all ages and st
August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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10 0 8 OM le 6 30E 10 0 BIRMI DOWN TRAIL From Birmingh: Leavcs 1 Wm'. Chel_ lcester. tenhain. A . M. 1.44 231 2 50 310 4 571 22 8 45 10 30 11 12 P.M. 12 15 158 226 245 434 ; 5 •2 7 15 9 9 942 3 0 530 8 . 15 926 Leave Newcastle. 7 0 Morning' 10 0 2 30 Aftern. 5 0 6 30 UP TI ,r 0
August 11, 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
~,/ PRICE..... —..4d. STAMPED ....sd. GEOLOGISTS' ASSOCIA7ION, A party of the members and the ir friends assembled at the International

~,/ PRICE..... —..4d. STAMPED ....sd. GEOLOGISTS' ASSOCIA7ION, A party of the members and the ir friends assembled at the International

Exhibition, at ten o'clock on Saturday morning , fo r the p ur p ose of listening to a number of t`”llting lectures on som e of the objects of interest connected W ith this society. The first visit was paid to Hancuck's case, where Prof Tennant pointed out the peculiarities of s
October 27, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 27, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BULLET IN THE WOUND.

THE BULLET IN THE WOUND.

(from the Examiner.) The generous and gallant soldier in whom the affections of Italy are bound up still lan, uishes on his bed of pain. Unused to inactivity d confinement his spirit droops; the quick cu-rent of his blood stagnates ; he sleeps heavily, it is said more than enoug
October 27, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
Tenth Edition, 184 pages, Illustrated with Cases, price Is., post free 13 stamps, sealed ends, is. 6d., Dr. HENERY'S ELABORATE

Tenth Edition, 184 pages, Illustrated with Cases, price Is., post free 13 stamps, sealed ends, is. 6d., Dr. HENERY'S ELABORATE

WORK, ANLY VIGOUR, treating fully on Spermatorrhon, Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness, and Diseases arising from Indiscretion. containing full Instructions, Prescriptions, &c., for Selfcure. 52, Dorset-street, Manchester-square, London, W.
October 27, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
After a troublous and contemptible reign of thirty years' duration, King OTHO of Greece is now somewhere (no one at

After a troublous and contemptible reign of thirty years' duration, King OTHO of Greece is now somewhere (no one at

the moment knows precisely where), a fugitive from his dominions ! His late dominions, it should be said, for the Bavarian Monarch of the Greek Kingdord.has already it appears formally abdicated. He is discrowned. He is in exile. The sceptre held so long, by turns, timorously an
October 27, 1862 - Sun (London) - London, London, England