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THE OUDE PROCLAMATION.

THE OUDE PROCLAMATION.

In reply to Sir D. NOREYS, The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER saki that the Government had not received front the Governor- General a copy of the proclamation addressed to the chiefs and inhabitants of Oude, which was actually issued after the taking of Lucknow, and he could not th
May 20, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
new missionaries for India, and for 20,0001. to provide them with an outfit and to support them for the first

new missionaries for India, and for 20,0001. to provide them with an outfit and to support them for the first

two years. Sir, they have acted wisely, and I might urge many powerful arguments in favour of the carrying out of their excellent scheme. I will only say that we have some noble missions in India. We have twenty stations, planted in the finest localities, and God has so blessed
May 20, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
LIORSNAILL and CATCHPOOL,MiIIers, near Witham, Essex, deliver Flour to Families in London, at 95., Ss. 4d., and 7s. SA. per

LIORSNAILL and CATCHPOOL,MiIIers, near Witham, Essex, deliver Flour to Families in London, at 95., Ss. 4d., and 7s. SA. per

bushel. Address, 97, Goswellroad, City-road, E.C. See Times.
May 20, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
WHY GIVE MORE P-EXCELLENT TEAS, Black, Green and Mixed, are now on sale, for family household use, at 2s. Sd.

WHY GIVE MORE P-EXCELLENT TEAS, Black, Green and Mixed, are now on sale, for family household use, at 2s. Sd.

per lb. at Newsom and Co.'s Original Tea Warehouse, 60, Borough, Londen.—Established 1745.
May 20, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
G RAY HAIR RESTORED to its original Colour.—Neumlg. ia, Nervous Headache, and Rheumatism, cured by F. M. HERRING'S PATENT MAGNETIC

G RAY HAIR RESTORED to its original Colour.—Neumlg. ia, Nervous Headache, and Rheumatism, cured by F. M. HERRING'S PATENT MAGNETIC

COMBS, HAIR and FLESH BRUSHES. They require no preparation, are always ready for use, and cannot get out of order. Brushes, 10s. and Is.; Combs, from 2s. 6d. to 20s. GRAY HAIR and BALDNESS PREVENTED by F. M. Herring's Patent PREVENTIVE BRUSH, price 4s. and 58. Offices, 32, I3asi
May 20, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
Utligiows fßizcellang.

Utligiows fßizcellang.

fßizcellang. The Monkwearmouth Burial Board, in order to discourage Sunday interments, have come to the extraordinary resolution to charge double fees for all burials on that day! We read, in a morning paper, that Mr. Henry N. Barnett, of Bristol, once a Baptist minister, but for
February 11, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
CONTINUED GOVERNMENT SUPPORT OF IDOLATRY IN INDIA.

CONTINUED GOVERNMENT SUPPORT OF IDOLATRY IN INDIA.

The Bombay Guardian contains the following statement, which maintains that the support of idolatry has not been entirely given, up, but still exists to a very large extent "In a late article, the Madras Christian Herald speaks of the Government patronage . of idolatrous shrines
February 11, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
this bill. (Hear, hear.) That seemed to him (Lord John Russell) to be the oddest consequence that ever was suggested.

this bill. (Hear, hear.) That seemed to him (Lord John Russell) to be the oddest consequence that ever was suggested.

How much better to have relied on the existing law, and to have declared that the guilty would be punished, but not until evidence had been given against the accused, and duly weighed by a jury. (Cheers.) Look to their position now. It was a position which, he confessed, filled
February 11, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
Am ERICAN PANIC ! rt. 17,000 dozen FRENCH CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, seized on board the ship Stayley, will be sold by

Am ERICAN PANIC ! rt. 17,000 dozen FRENCH CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, seized on board the ship Stayley, will be sold by

BAKER and CRISP, at unheardof prices. Goods that were 155., 215., and 255. the Dozen, will be sold at 4s. 6d., Bs. 6d., and 12s. 6d. the dozen. 1000 odd nemmed, stitched (soiled), at is., Is. Bd., and Is. 9d. each. Baker and Crisp, 221, Regent-street.
February 11, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
ELEGANT ATTlRE.—Gentlemen who, for half a life, may have found it one of the most difficult things to procure a

ELEGANT ATTlRE.—Gentlemen who, for half a life, may have found it one of the most difficult things to procure a

Pair of Trousers at once easy and elegant, are requested to give one trial of Messrs. LUSHER and SON, 19, HOLBORN HILL, opposite Furnivars Inn. Morning Trousers, from 165.; Dress ditto, from 215.; Quilting and Drill Vests, from 10s. 6d. to 12s. 6d.; Morning Coats, from 30s. to 4
February 11, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England