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MEDICAL ELECTRICITY. PULVERIVIACHER'S PATENT MEDICAL HYDRO-ELECTRIC CHAINS and BATTERIES, for Personal Use.—A. certain, and often instantaneous Cure in Rheumatism, Head

MEDICAL ELECTRICITY. PULVERIVIACHER'S PATENT MEDICAL HYDRO-ELECTRIC CHAINS and BATTERIES, for Personal Use.—A. certain, and often instantaneous Cure in Rheumatism, Head

and Tooth-ache, Gout, Paralysis, Epilepsy, and all Nervous and Functional Disorders. The ONLY ones approved by the Scientific Institutions of Europe. Everyone should read the reports of the Medical Professqrs upon the efficacy and remedial powers of this Apparatus. Chains, 4s. 6
May 23, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
Second Thousand, crown Bvo, price 10s. cloth, TEE in JESUS: a Memoir of Mrs. Mary Winslow, arranged from her Correspondence.

Second Thousand, crown Bvo, price 10s. cloth, TEE in JESUS: a Memoir of Mrs. Mary Winslow, arranged from her Correspondence.

Diary, and Thoughts, with Portrait. By her Son, OCTANIIIS WINSLOW, D.D. London: John F. Shaw, Southampton-row, and Paternoster-row;
May 23, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
ASINGLE PACKET OF NOTE PAPER, or 100 ENVELOPES, Stamped with Crest Initials, or Address, free of Charge, and every description

ASINGLE PACKET OF NOTE PAPER, or 100 ENVELOPES, Stamped with Crest Initials, or Address, free of Charge, and every description

of Stationery full Thirty per Cent. Cheaper than any other House. at PARKINS and GOTTO'S, Paper and Envelope Makers, 21 and 25, OXFORD-STREET. Useful Cream-laid Note Paper, full size, five quires for 6d.; Superior Thick ditt o , are quires for is.; India Note, five quires for is
May 23, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITA.N CATTLE MARKET. MONDAY, MAY 19, /856. The arrival of Cattle - and Sheep into• the Port of London from

METROPOLITA.N CATTLE MARKET. MONDAY, MAY 19, /856. The arrival of Cattle - and Sheep into• the Port of London from

the Continent during the past Week has been. small. The Custom-house return gives an entry of 338 Oxen, 178 Calves, 5-Pigs, and 569' Sheep—making a total of 1,090 , head. In consequence of the supplies of Meat at market to-day being generally moderate, the trade experienced an i
May 23, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
Varringro. KENWARD—KANSETT.—May 15, at Lindfield Chapel, by . the Rev. J. E. Judson, Mr. Philip Keuward, Lindfield, to Lucy, youngest

Varringro. KENWARD—KANSETT.—May 15, at Lindfield Chapel, by . the Rev. J. E. Judson, Mr. Philip Keuward, Lindfield, to Lucy, youngest

daughter of the late Mr. Philip Kansett, of 120 West Grinstead, Sussex. 506 WAY—STONE. —May 16, at the Independent Chapel, Isle . of Portland, by the Rev. James Cheney, Mr. Charles Way to . Miss Elizabeth Rice Stone, both of Portland. • ROSS--STERLING.—May 17, at Speldhurst Chur
May 23, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
BRIGANDAGE IN GREECE.

BRIGANDAGE IN GREECE.

ATHENS, June ].j.—ln consequence — Or the robberies committed on the road to the Piramis, the Government has ordered an inquiry which has put the authorities on the track of the connection subsisting between the brigands and certain persons in Athens. The Ministers profess to be
June 20, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
THE OUTRAGE UPON SENATOR SUMNER.

THE OUTRAGE UPON SENATOR SUMNER.

The last accounts of Mr. Sumner's health are favodrable, and it was hoped that he would shortly be sufficiently recovered from the effects of the assault to leave his chamber. " Indignation " meetings, attended by thousands of the mOst respectable citizens, have been held in the
June 20, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
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June 20, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
HACKNEY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, AND SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL. THE .ANNIT-AL -MEETING of the above Society will be

HACKNEY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, AND SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL. THE .ANNIT-AL -MEETING of the above Society will be

held on THURSDAY NEXT, the 26th INSTANT. at the SEMINARY, WELL-STREET, HACKNEY, at Four o'Clock. There will be a PUBLIC SERVICE in the Evening at CLAPTON CHAPEL, when an Address on "The Nature, Possibility, and Proof of Miracles," will be delivered by one of the Students to whom
June 20, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
To Sail 25th June. ADELAIDE DIRECT.—The Riverbuilt Clipper Ship ORIENT, 1,032 tons register. ALEXANDER LAWRENCE, (late of the Charlotte Jane)

To Sail 25th June. ADELAIDE DIRECT.—The Riverbuilt Clipper Ship ORIENT, 1,032 tons register. ALEXANDER LAWRENCE, (late of the Charlotte Jane)

Commander. Loading in the London-docks.—This Ship has since she was launched been entirely employed in Government service, and proved one of the fastest afloat. Has full poop, with spacious and handsome accommodation for chief cabin passengers. Will also take a limited number of
June 20, 1856 - The British Banner. - London, London, England