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BLOOMSBURY LECTURES FOR 1856,

BLOOMSBURY LECTURES FOR 1856,

THE LIGHT of PROPHECY. Being Lectures delivered during Lent, 1856, at St. George's, Bloomsbury. By Twelve Clergymen of the Church of England. With a Preface by the Rev. EDWARD HOARE, M.A., Incumbent of Tonbridge Wells. Foolscap Bro, price ss. cloth. London: John F. Shaw, Southam
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
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May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS .AND OFFENCES;

ACCIDENTS .AND OFFENCES;

ACCIDENTS . AND OFFENCES; TIDE.—On Wednesday the Thames overflowed customary boundary, and from half-past three till past four o'clock in the afternoon extra accommodation was required at most of the steam-boat piers to land and embark passengers. At Rotherhithe, Shadwell, and Wa
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
BANDS IN THE PARKS.

BANDS IN THE PARKS.

KINNAIRD gave notice that, after the Whitsuntide recess, he should submit a Motion with respect to the course which had been taken with respect to the military bands and the supply of refreshments on Sundays. (Hear, hear.)
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
It stands-forth, not in- contrast,- iti_bold -relief, en compared with other institutions. It has one Bonk and one design in

It stands-forth, not in- contrast,- iti_bold -relief, en compared with other institutions. It has one Bonk and one design in

connection with. that •Binkl ene principle guiding it in the circulation of that Book.wigtout note and comment. What a, Rook Ais The world will not let it alone because it,does pot let the world alone. (Applause.) Friend and' foreealike, said Mr. Spence, keep the,Bible- befoneet
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
ROYAL POLYTECHNIC.- PATRON, His Royal Highness PRINCE ALBERT. WHITSUNTIDE HOLIDAYS. A New and Grand Series of FORTY MAGNIFICENT DIORAMIC PICTURES,

ROYAL POLYTECHNIC.- PATRON, His Royal Highness PRINCE ALBERT. WHITSUNTIDE HOLIDAYS. A New and Grand Series of FORTY MAGNIFICENT DIORAMIC PICTURES,

Ill us t ra ting BUNYAN'S PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, with appropriato Music, from Mendelssohn, Spohr, Haydn, and Handel; and Descriptive Lecture by the Rev. J. B. BRASTED. New Lectures by J. H. PEPPER, Esq., on The MOON CONTROVERSY, and other Scientific Subjects. The Historical Enterta
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
AUSTRALIA. Passage-money, 16 Guineas, with liberal dietary. To sail 20th May. -r e , LANDING Passengers at GEELONG and MELBOURNE,

AUSTRALIA. Passage-money, 16 Guineas, with liberal dietary. To sail 20th May. -r e , LANDING Passengers at GEELONG and MELBOURNE,

PORT PHILLIP. - • The splendid British-built Ship VICTORY, A 1, 900 tons, coppered and copper-fastened. HENRY STEPHENS, Commander. Lying in the East India Docks, Blackwall.—This fine vessel is very favourably known in the Australian trade. She will be fitted in a comfortable man
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
THE NERVO-ARTERIAL ESSENCE ON SALE, at 192, PICCADILLY. Price 4 s. 6d., lie., and Us. per Bottle. Dr. BATCHELOUR'S PILL

THE NERVO-ARTERIAL ESSENCE ON SALE, at 192, PICCADILLY. Price 4 s. 6d., lie., and Us. per Bottle. Dr. BATCHELOUR'S PILL

for the INTESTINES, KIDNEYS, and UTERUS, in separate boxes, is. lid., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. each.
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
Just published, 18mo, is. 6d. cloth, EMBLEMS from EDE N. By the Rev. JAMES HAMILTON, D.D., Author of "Life in

Just published, 18mo, is. 6d. cloth, EMBLEMS from EDE N. By the Rev. JAMES HAMILTON, D.D., Author of "Life in

Earnest." James Nisbet and Co., 21, Berners•street.
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
grove, L. —April 30, as Pd l' Bl, l)l M . r. Joseph Hill, of row d u n e

grove, L. —April 30, as Pd l' Bl, l)l M . r. Joseph Hill, of row d u n e

e a s r s N , V a o n b a u f r , n , many ids, years man D o e f a eon sincereof the pi t Independent'and ki Church, Wobur.. iiner e w sc whom t. HOLMES —May 1, aged 2 1 , of consumption, Ellen, the beloved A nd amiable daughter of Mr. Wi lliam Holmes, of Bl ue rown, Sheerness,
May 9, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England