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HOMELESS BOYS OF LONDON.—FUNDS are earnestly solicited for the purchase of food and clothing for the 126 boys on board

HOMELESS BOYS OF LONDON.—FUNDS are earnestly solicited for the purchase of food and clothing for the 126 boys on board

the Chichester Training Ship. 150 boys in the Refuge, 9, Great Queen-street. 94 girls in the Refuges, 19, Broad-street, and Ealing] 870 children. £l5 will keep a boy or girl for one year. Contributions received by the London and Westminsterßank 214, Eligh Holborn, and 41, Lothbu
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DEDICATED BY EXPRESS PERMISSION TO THE QUEEN, Second Edition now ready, in 1 vol., Svo., 155., [TER MAJESTY'S TOWER. By

DEDICATED BY EXPRESS PERMISSION TO THE QUEEN, Second Edition now ready, in 1 vol., Svo., 155., [TER MAJESTY'S TOWER. By

W. HEPWORTII DIXON. " We earnestly recommend this remarkable volume to those in quest of amusement and instruction, at once solid and refined. It is a most eloquent and graphic historical narrative by a ripe scholar and an accomplished master of English diction. In Mr. Dixon's p
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RUPTURES.—BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. WHITE'S MOC-MAIN LEVER TRUSS (Perfected and Exhibited in the Great Exhibitions of 1851 and 1862) is

RUPTURES.—BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. WHITE'S MOC-MAIN LEVER TRUSS (Perfected and Exhibited in the Great Exhibitions of 1851 and 1862) is

allowed by upwards of Five Hundred Medical men to be the most effective invention in the curative treatment of HERNIA. The use of a steel spring, so often hurtful in its effects, is here avoided--a soft bandage being worn round the body, while the requisite resisting power is su
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AN EDUCATION LEAGUE.

AN EDUCATION LEAGUE.

We are going to have another attempt at " Swarmery," now education is the subject instead of Reform. Birmingham is forming an association, society, league, or whatever it may be called, with Mr. George Dixon, M.P., at its head, which is to open the eyes of the nation on this imp
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R E of . S P REEL DENTISTRY,L SURGEON an D d ENTI a S t T iI the res

R E of . S P REEL DENTISTRY,L SURGEON an D d ENTI a S t T iI the res

A t o u r t r h o f, r ,, "PAINLESS TOOTH EXTRACTION, or Anesthesia Locally Applied," "DENTAL SURGERY—a Practical Treatise," &c., &c., may be Consulted Daily as hitherto from 10 to 4 o'clock, at his ONLY Residence, 8, GROSVENOR-STREET, GROSVENOR-SQUIRE (a few doors from Bond-str
February 3, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIO JOURNALS. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE —This My The Times takes a somewhat novel view of the electioneering difficulty,

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIO JOURNALS. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE —This My The Times takes a somewhat novel view of the electioneering difficulty,

and endeavours to convince its readers that no change of legislation can ensure a more moderate outlay. Some expenses, it urges, cannot be excluded from the list by the most rigorous taxation. Among these must be included stationery, postage, messengers, hire of rooms, polling b
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to solicit your support and interest when the occasion may arise. The momentous question now before the public appears to

to solicit your support and interest when the occasion may arise. The momentous question now before the public appears to

me to be the maintenance of the Established Institutions of the country, and it will be my earnest desire to preserve them in their integrity. The next great question I consider to be the Education Act: I am altogether averse to the exclusion ot the Bible from the Schools, and a
January 29, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE 4ECTORS OF THE SOUTHERN T° DIVISION OF THE COUNTY OF DEVON. EINNTLEMEN,-

TO THE 4ECTORS OF THE SOUTHERN T° DIVISION OF THE COUNTY OF DEVON. EINNTLEMEN,-

Her Majesty having by the advice of her Ministers dissolved-Parliament, I take the earliest opportunity of announcing myself again a candidate for your suffrages, and of asking you for a renewal of your confidence. Since I have had the honour of representing you in Parliament, I
January 29, 1874 - Sun (London) - London, London, England