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Evening Star And Dial (Newspaper) - December 28, 1861, London, Middlesex DECEMBER 28, 1861. ONE PENNY ROTA & B 1/18 H C Q Unto MM tor the Christmas NEW AND THE NEW COMIC PANTOMIME j and Original -i - j be represented GREAT NORTHERN LONDON Seven or Fifteen Minutes by KING'S GROUND and THAN HALF THE tariff of and tree railway tickets to visit the at the COMPANY'S 122, Higa W.C. the ladies of the eminent 8. iof the JSTew Pantomime will ievery Wednesday tin farther commencing at Tiro to bft ' ' 7s.; from 10b. 6d- to 4s.; dress tipper 4e,; amphitheatre 3s.; 2s, la. open daily from Ten till Commence at Places hooked without HALL PLACE COLLEGIATE J. ARMSTRONG and guardians who bare to put to school to big mansion of sixty rooms and grounds of comprising ei tensive and safe bathing for the Mr. A. guarantees a sound or entrusted to ids with of ii reply to Omnibuses from also from Arsenal and wiH greatly the study of these branches of can be had at 2, 5,10,2D, 50, to 100 guineas of J. Mineralogist to her Mr. Tennant gives private instruction in Established 1849; on the own Forms by post for four stamps and stamped directed Management - Address to T. private 16, PRINC E S HE A T XV THIS THE CRICKET ' THE After WHich will ba produced a Grand Comic Christmas AND his and the Genius of invented and written by Henry J. author of the of fie Jqr James Mr. H. Good Miss Helen Col- Miss Maria Kobin John Haslem of the celebrated Gabriel Mr. Mr. John Mr. Miss Caroline Morning Performances will take place at Two o'clock on Dec. 36th, and every following Monday till further THE AT JB E. Bole Lessee and Mr. ' 18 Messrs. W. D. P. Miss C. To with HOOD - The Paries of the and the Messrs. C. Kott and ROYAL ST. J - THIS A After AND or The Maid and the V. Catherine To THE 9GHOQL. M S T R AND THEATE E. M Lessee and Mr. sen. at Seven AND After A New Grand Christmas Burlesque FUSS IS A Messrs. Ada To conclude THE 6 Y A L S THE A T R E. THE CAT THE Oranges and Lemons and the Twelve Dancing 8. Marie M. Harry G REAT t. TIONAL STANDARD Mr. Miss SLEEPING IN the WOOD Pretty and the Fairy conclude with the The THIS * to with the THE KING OF THE A. J. c. Mra W. W. the at if CRYSTAL Terrific across the Centre a distance of 120 IN A SINGLE fifty feet from the is pronounced the most extraordinary feat ever CCRYSTAL SUCCESS of j the FESTIVITIES HOLIDAY continued THIS DAY - Grand BAZAAR and FANCY crowded with Christmas and New Year's gifts in every The largest CHRISTMAS TREE ever decorated and ascents on the High Rope At Two the inimitable BRIAN and the Parisian and the Perfect At Four A NEW PANTOMIMIC DRAMA in winch M. will sustain the character of the and introduce some of nte most astounding i Misa ADELE win as Uie This performance will take place oh the newly erected and appointed stage in The Wreck as well as the Scene at the has lieen designed and F. of the Haymarket The whole produced under the direction of Mr. Henry The incidental music arranged and conducted by Mr. Open at Admission this 6d\; children twelve and One 8hIBihg.J' PA LA C PANTOMIMIC CHARACTERS Don Fernando The Owner of the Captain Lorenzo Commander of the Danford Captain Lorenzo's The Ape Dan Pet. Madame The A The &c OT THE Plantation 8cene on the of with Sea View in the of the slaves before by the planter receives that his wife and child may he expected of a ship in ape at his at of distress from the the of the ship and of Madame Fernando and ape at his again and concealment of the child by the box of the parents at their supposed love and ape at his tricks and its results the child's of the ape and Sam in search for the ape in disguise and Sam's shoots the of the THIS DAY j under twelve and of or more at One CRYSTAL PA LA C RESERVED limited number of Reserved Seat Tickets at each for M. a Pantomimic They will alio admit to the Great Orchestra for M. accent on the High and to Reserved Seats for the intermediate - PALACE and DRY THROUGHOUT c Vy fifty miles of hot water pipes throughout Hie building will be sufficiently heated to form an agreeable All the approaches to the Palace axe THE Orford - - Grand Selections from Hn and and Madame Messrs. and Full hand and Bur. F. Varied vocal and instrumental the comic portion by Miss Harriet Messrs. Sam M. P. K. and W. RandalL Commence at Six o'clock during the Christmas PIANOFORTES at MOORE and These are of rare possessing exquisite and which effect a a and beautiful quality of tone that stands from IS pianos for with easy terms of PIANOFORTES LENT on With option of and ef every description and w and 73, and instruments far sale or gome excellent hand tor W. 18*a MESSRS. and BAZIN'S are assortment tt useful and elegant ARTICLES DRESSING DRESSING Papier Mache tmA Card postage m Work and DESPATCH tn 40 different forms and fitted with Deal others of a Courier Pic Nlo Wiekar Sporting 8I|^ PHOTOGRAPHS Boom albums 3s.6d.to 10 oo 4. CASH ADVANCES On all DESCRIPTIONS of Law Expenses or Removal Apply to R. 17, OBTAINABLE at a day's notice fay ' respectable Householders and Tradesmen upon their hold they No legal or third party personally to Mr. 13, CASH ADVANCES MADE without by the LONDON INVESTMENT COMPANY 36a, on deposit of bills of or other approved repayable by easy Deposits received on such terms as may be agreed Prospectuses and forms sent free on ANDREW JAMES Managing without expense of Life REAL and PERSONAL ADVANCE COMPANY advances loans from to repayable by instalments upon of absolute bills of of dock or personal at 2, from Eleven to Five and on Saturdays Eleven to JCi tc - Be JOHN EWINGTON aod % MONEY OBTAINABLE at a DAY'S in sums of and by TRADESMEN and upon their Promissory Note without security of any to avoid the annoyance of finding sureties or the of hill of at THE CITY CREDIT AND ADVANCE OFFICE 2. Adelaide KO INQUIRY FEES OR OTHER UNLESS THE CASH IS WITH ok WITHOUT and WITHOUT LIFE ASSURANCE LOANS of to ADVANCED at the MONETARY ADVANCE and DISCOUNT OFFICE 3, opposite on Personal Freehold and Leasehold without the expense of and on Bills of at the following ra es of the sums of to at 10 per from to at 7! per above at 5 per or without at extra premium Bills No charge for or Forms of application FURNITURE BOUGHT to any AMOUNT for ready by JONES and 410, and 21, Old OF and BR 1 for the information of Tie public and their to following announcement the VALUE of feeling persuaded that the interests of the fair trader and the public will be alike promoted by The wide circulation of knowledge on this Gold being divided into 24 parts or it follows that gold of ' 8| I 8nintU 24 carats line is worth IS ' 4 Hi 17 ditto per 16 ditto 23 ditto 15 ditto 22 I 14 ditto 3 17 10J lo ditto 21 ditto 3 14 4 ditto 20 ditto 3 10 9i I U ditto ditto 7 3 i 10 ditto 9 11 10 8 ditto 7 ditto 6 ditto Gl j 5 ditto 0 | 4 ditto 5� I 3 ditto 1 18 11 I 2 ditto 3 0 2 2 16 7^ 2 13 1 2 2 6 1 15 4J 1 ditto 1 8 1 4 1 1 0 17 0 14 0 10 0 7 0 3 10, W.C. This Establishment closes at Six in the ami on Saturdays at One INING and A. B. SAVORY and SON'S pamphlet of illustrated with may be had gratis and postage on 11 and 12, the Bank of and M. F. 33 and 34, and Chronometer by special Her Majesty the 33 and 34, Corner of DUTY OFF fashionable Geneva Watch sent free and safe for 30s., upon of order or stamps to Frederick 31, 93, in GLASS OR increased and Increasing use of gas in private houses has induced WILLIAM S. BURTON to collect from the various manufacturers in metal and glass all that is new and choice in and adapted to and as well as to have some designed expressly for These are ON SHOW over Ms TWENTY LARGE and for and purity of an unequalled They are marked in plain at prices proportionate with those which have tended to make his Establishment the largest and most remarkable in the from 12s. 6tl. to LAMPS of ALL SORTS and WILLIAM S. BURTON invites attention to this seasons SHOW of It embraces the Moderateur best Parisian specimens of which have been carefully and other Lamps for and comprises an assortment considered either as to or in perfectly Pure Colza Oil 4s. W. per Palmer's Candles 9rt. and 9M. per lb. Illustrated Catalogues sent 39, 1. 2, 3, and 4, 4, 5, and 6, and 1, STEEL TABLE and DESSERT PEN and POCKET RAZORS and SCISSORS possess a durability in a delicacy of and a retaining fineness of edge never hitherto while iu consequence of this peculiar and valuable steel being Co. themselves under their own patented the above articles are associated with prices as economical as their quality jg - R. and steel 71, IO &c. - For the best jl TOWN-MADE METALLIC and BRASS wholesale always CHURCH and T F U R U R NTT 10 ANY PART OF THE P. and S. 91 TO 95, Catalogues gratis and post tree on REQUIRED for class Premium 30 guineas and Apprentices and a Third Mate also to W. 5, St. by 58, 1851. FAMILIES REMOVING will the BEDFORD 194, the most and by far the cheapest warehouse for storing and every description oi valuable Separate rooms where the owners can have their own locks and Advances if A competent person will attend to give within ten free of For terms and prospectuses apply to the on the PERSONS about to decorate should inspect SILAS TUCKER'S splendid assortment of PAPER at his 284, High ten doors east of Little Estimates given for every of decoration also for general repairs in town or round DOORS and WINDOWS neatly effectually PREVENTED by GREENWOOD'S Patent and Self-acting Spring Stops for the bottom of Any door can be made without open ana 10, London AND See our elaborately illustrated with 35ofcngTav-ngs, containing price of every and estimates for completely furnishing ef any this very useful guide gratis and post on application to LEWIN Cabinet 22 and 23, Country orders carriage N.B. An elegant and complete walnut 36 in Spanish 28 and two handsome and complete 33 and 28 guineas The whole nearly and Tucker's or and inexpensive Purchasers are respectfully warned against infringements and in which somewhat of the appearance of the Spring Mattress is but afi its essential advantages are WILLIAM 6MEE and having now the entire of the Patent able to the following op Size No. 1 for Bedsteads 3 feet wide 25s. 00. 3 4 37s, 5 5 45s. 08k� sizes in To be obtained of almost all expectable bedding Especial notice should be taken that each Spring Mattress bears upon the side of the label AMILTON and 105, opposite Exeter HalL A select stock of winter are E MERCERY and CLOSED H. Manufacturer to the Trade and for West 41 and 42, High Pure PALE BRANDY 18s. per is upon to be peculiarly free from and very superior to recent of Cognac In French per or in a case for the 39b, Railway Carriage No and to be obtained only of HENRY BRETT and Old KIN LL. WHISKY v. COGNAC celebrated old IRISH WHISKY rivals the It is and very Sold In 3a. 8d. at most of the respectable retail in and by appointed the principal towns is or wholesale at 8, the red pink and branded 7' LL. CHAMPAGNE ia a M- and free from Price 15s. per dozen and 9s. bottles Mack only by e. CODD and 112. High Holborn SODA and celebrated beverages are made only by e. CODD AND 112, and may be had in the PRIVATE supplied within four miles of St. Paul's with SELTZER and SODA LEMONADE &C in tie celebrated SYPHON direct by SYPHON VESSEL AND WATERS 5a, Little W.C. For particulars and terms apply to the manager as HY GIVE and are now on sale for family use at 2s. at NEWSOM and Original Tea 50, Established a.d. 1745. E AS at WHOLESALE In quantities not less than one SOUND and STRONG 6d. - 2s. 10d. MEDIUM 3s. - 3s. 3d, Pekoe 3s. 5d. Six pounds carriage free to ali Ounce samples sent bs post on receipt of four The trade are invited to sample The CITY of LONDON TEA 36, and IT Is. 4d. per lb. Every article of grocery genuine at Tea and Italian 330, opposite Has been noted for Cocoa for half a A Y LOR BROTHERS ICELAND MOSS Is an invaluable article of diet for Invalids and persons Sold by all Grocers at Is. 4d. per b. T A Y HERS LOR B R O T HOMOEOPATHIC For price and quality stands Sold by all Grocers at Is. 4d. per lb. STILTON surpassingly from a choice of 1,000 Real Russian Ox 21s. per - Family American 6�d. per B and HAM WAREHOUSE 88, S.E. package n 5s. W. fish orders payable at General warranted free from to any part of London lesB than 141bs.), carriage Whites for at per bushel for bread 10s. 4d.; Meal for brown bread 10s. 4d.-Address and CATCHPOOL Bullford or 97, Directions for bread making Terms A half sack or upwards free to any railway 200 LENFIELD PATENT used in the Royal and pronounced by her Majesty's Laundress to the Finest Starch sire ever Sold by all &c. and Co. Glasgow and F. THOMAS D S PATENT SEWING In these machines are combined the most approved construction as shown by fourteen ami the latest additions an For rapidity accuracy of and strength of they are The stitching produced is alike on both sides of the is no cord or and the thread cannot be pulled Care should lie taken to avoid spurious sold as the genuine make of the of prices and specimens of the work can Vic had at 56, FIREPROOF and THIEFPROOF CHUBB'S DETECTOR LOCKS and Illustrated Price Lists gratis and post CHUBB and 57, St. Paul's FIRE THIEVES FIRE 33, Old St. has the largest assortment of Second-hand FIRE and by Milner and other eminent 24high, 18 wide 18 Price 10s. with free by HITE'S PATENT LEVER perfected and exhibited in the Great 1SD1. is allowed by upwards of 200 to the lest for It consists of a and elastic to which a lever is and instead of the usual soft fitting so closely as to avoid circular may be and the truss forwarded by on of tht body two inches below the Mr. john 22* Single 16s., 21s., 2t!s. steel A the hips and Double 31s. 6d., 42s., and 52s. Postage Is. orders to JOHN Pice the e sent THE From the commencement of 1W2, the DIAL Weekly Newspaper will be by and at 21, THE CAMBRIA DAILY only daily paper published in Best medium in Wales for GILBERT'S PARAGON 10a. 6d.- Superior beet rims and beautifully illustrated with titles expressly for this by Samuel steel plates and coloured A really handsome J. GILBERT'S 5s. readable well bound with rims and Beautifully illustrated with steel plates and coloured A and attractive Either cf the above books sent post free on receipt of 2d. in the 1b. discount off all books Except the A SHOW-ROOM for Church Hymn and books far of every all bo as to be seen without loss of time to the J. 18, DRILL or Indoor Practice for TEE Mm GOVERNMENT AGAINST M D1 put through the Infantry Field all the positions of with an explanatory and full instructions according to the latest regulations in her Majesty's By Sergeant B. 28th Middlesex Price 5s, in exquisitely cut out and or 2s. in Dean and 11, and the WONDERFUL more wonderful than the lamp with real Gorgeous effects produced on every in gold and Price 3s. OWN ACTING PUNCH and New Moveable with very large bold and astonishing double action A never-failing entertainment for the Price 2s. 6d.; coloured DEAN'S POPULAR PERFORMANCE of the GALANTI New Moveable An exact Imitation Transparency of that exceedingly amusing which has never before been adapted for juvenile Price 2s. PANTOMIMIC from the Showing the laughable pranks of our funny old and As when they sit down to eat the pork pie pulling the out jump from it live little 2s. Coloured AVE YOU SEEN tor the V Dean's Moveable Representations of Blondin in some of his most daring Price 2s. TOMMY TROT and his Showing his Wonderful Transformations when viewed twice in the same with glass and without it. Price 2s. Coloured ILLUSTRATED PRESENT or PRIZE and REWARD for Boys or Young worthy of 8vo. cloth 3s. 0d., THE ILLUSTRATED BOOK of and Edited by John Author of Things not Generally Illustrated with upwards of 11 page engravings of the most striking 3s. 6(1 1. MEN of DEEDS and Stories and Lessons of their A Book for By Edward N. 3s. 2. REMARKABLE and A Book for M. S. cloth 3s. 3. NOTABLE A Book for Young By Ellen C. With cloth gilt 3?. 6d. 4. MINISTERING Edited by Dr. With cloth 3s. 6d. 5. CELEBRATED A Book for By Ellen With cloth 3s. Gil 6. WOMEN of the their audi By Ellen C. cloth 3s. 6d. 7. SIX STEPS to Great Truths and In Six by the Rev. H. P. Cuts by It. cloth 3s. No youth can peruse the above without feeling both it can with confidence 1 Dean and 11, NEW NOVEL BY ALBANY Q T. J A M E S ' S MAGAZ 1 N E tor January contains the opening chapters of a New Novel by Albany TANGLED also contributions from Sir J. Emerson the author of Rev. J. G. S. C. and other popular Price Is. W. Kent and NEW ROMANCE BY GEORGE AUGUSTUS mEMPLE BAR MAGAZINE JL for January tiie commencement of a New Romance by entitled Strange Captain ivas a a a a a slave among the a Bashaw in the service of the Great and at last in his own house in Order TEMPLE 1'riee Is. Ward and 158. FRANCOIS continues to supply hie celebrated on vulcanised at 5s. a tooth aud a These teeth are more aud durable than any yet and are near and - Improvements in EE JL PLACING TEETH have entirely those constructed upon the ordinary they require no or any painful they support the loose or tender teeth while their natural appearance and durability are A tooth from 5s., a set 10s. Consultations New corner of obvious reasons Observe the Name and MR. Surgeon 52, has introduced an entirely NEW DESCRIPTION of ARTIFICIAL fixed without or They so perfectly resemble the natural teeth as not to be from the originals by the closest they NEVER CHANGE COLOUR or and will be found superior to any teeth ever before This method does not require the extraction of or any painful will support and preserve teeth that are and is guaranteed to restore articulation and Decayed teeth and rendered sound and useful in home from Ten till TEETH Mr. INVENTION granted 17th 1860) several indestructible or accompany each and when any alterations take place from loss of or absorption of they only require the substitution of a new hiring the wearer can easily and the teeth are as immoveable and effective as at thereby rendering them useful for and dispensing with the after services of the There are no destructive wires or no uor any painful and they are constructed and fitted in a few Warranted for mastication aud Detection Inspection of specimens and consultations Terms strictly For further information regarding this useful and important see on the which will be forwarded post free for 7 33, Old and 39, IF THIS SHOULD MEET THE EYE OF any one troubled with Wind in the or take PAGE WOODCOCK'S WIND Ten years of success have proved them of sterling Of all medicine at Is. or free by post for 5.4 from PAGE P. COCKLES ANTIBILIOUS a medicine now in use among all of society for and stomach Prepared only by 18, New and tc be had of all in at 1b. 2s 4�. 9d., and MOKY CHIMNEYS effectually CURED for 10s,. by SUTER'S PATENT WIND Hundreds of smoky otherwise have been cured by To be had at the of the 65, COAL MERCHANTS TO HER GEORGE J. COCKERELL and 25s. per Wigan none to 23s. per best second 22s. Cash on CASE and COALS 25s. - E. and W. Bridge 24s. 22a. Welsh smokeless and other steam coals advantageously supplied Anthracite for THE four miles from 24s., 22a., 20s. per agent in JOHN Great Western W. L. COCKERELL and coals 25s. per Chief 41, will be paid proof of a single transaction in aoy but the best per COALS from the CLAY CROSS COMPANY'S Annual sale upwards of 300,400 The best equal te Walls 22s. per ton 19s.; cash on Depots at Shepherds and Ciders t* the nearest or to JOHN B. Sole agent to the Clay Cross 12, Edge - BY SCREW STEAMERS AND and KINGSLAND TRAVELLERS or AGENTS LEA aod price for and the best home coal in the direct from the collieries by screw is 24s. per not pay more under any 23s.; best by first 22s.; second 21s Clay 22s. and 19a.; 19s. 17a. Net to any part of AQ orders direct to Lea and North Railway cr esterday contains a circular issued by M. of Public Instruction and and addressed to the prefects of with regard to the reception and training of minors in M. regrets to find that in many religious establishments children are received and brought up as Roman Catholics without sufficient regard to the wishes of the says M. a practice were followed with equal ardour by the members of every creed tolerated in it would be the cause of the most deplorable our as a wise and faithful expression of the ideas and the principles of our hits made the rights of family and directed that they shall be universally Neither to priest nor layman ib the privilege conceded of making his own belief a pretext for withdrawing a child from the surveillance and direction of its and the law punishes severely the authors and the accomplices of illegal proselytising of no matter what may be the excuses cr the pretensions of the religious The directs that the religious congregations in each department shall be warned against an excess of hurtful to ae dangerous to parental and shall be informed that the reception of children into without the consent of parents or will them to severe RUSSELL'S DESPATCH LORD TO iOUN AND HIS a to have foretoK fif the New i Kansas Nov. I looked on scenes such as a few o men have been considered demented 2told. on rs nerc 1 Fort to join Colonel attached as are under i Brown is ilds the til nv ana w est body oi the main * unanimously decided They will be Some sixty men and liui the } a few It by all have and they the John scene noun and memories the scene excited crowded thickly on the mind of an old Kansas man like your and were far too deep to be painted bv As the song rang aud the escort to meet the A letter from Hamburg makes the statement Yesterday the English merchants held a meeting in the of the John the English charge in the for the of voting an address of condolence to the At this meeting Mr. ohn after giving socie explanations about the read Earl Russell's note to Lord Lyons on the the Trent This despatch is worded with great la describes the seizure of Southern in the terms of Captain to the It makes no of opinions of the law officers of the muck has been said in the but and explicitly characterises the capture of the as an infraction of the law of and t* the It declares that the Cabinet of St. considering the friendly and 1 character of its relations with the United for an instant that the captain of the can must have acted without authority from and feels confident that the latter will bog hesitai j to take the only step possible under the to release the prisoners without and to make suitable reparation for the insult offered to the British Hat ARD DERBY ON TO EDITOR OF THE STAR AND nearly every tongue is now silent as regards any friendly words towards the Bright eloquently stated in his recent speech at it may be of some satisfaction to that gentleman know that the of the great Conservative party not very long ago expressed the very same at a banquet given to him as Chancellor of the of Oxford in the year 1853. My lord after some very complimentary allusions to the University - I see not only members of that illustrious who reign now not more securely by the laws upon of this country than by the well-won and affection of the people over whom they the representative of that great brothers in our brothers in our brothers in though oceans roll between now almost bridged over by the power of are links of relationship and links of common links of history and common which must now and for ever bring together the mother and her glorious in social by the ties of affection not than those of I the honour to your most obedient w. j. n. nave 28. m to my Stirling bv cheering the which will render it there was of it was which took place in camp after to the colonel's in The Brown's song New Novel by the Author oi IT R O R A F L O Y New Novel by the Author of Audley's in the January Number of TEMPLE Price Lonion Ward and 15S, of PRINCE - The SIXPENNY MAGAZINE for January will contain an authentic and interesting Biography oi 1 uncoiled Prince and many other papers of London Ward and 158, FAMILY FRIEND for Games and Problems for Advanced Hints for By Herr u gre it variety of other useful and entertaining ill Price 6d. Ward and 15S, On 1st and 15th of every Never before THE SHILLING VOLUME Tlie following Is. are now 1. Family By Westland 2. Which or Money J By the Author of 3. of a 4. By M. E. Tl e Round of By of company and a came and then the was with Afterward given for the colonel aud officers vl a new ami version Jennison g. ins than I by them cheers were The bugler and which F will send Colonel callec aaiu made a cannot give you more than a shot synopsis it forcible and as proclamation I forwarded you Colonel Jennison said and J not in the of t will say that I never felt more righ in the last fifteen Proud to would say t man in He first took determined ne New here av that old 1 States in turns under rown rn 6, Ward and 15S, Never before price Is. P K E NIGHT M I. and How i ts Passengers Ward and 158, to lay the for that was now not for political and He meant slavery at the same time if at anv time tne T N Never before price Is. Q T O R M B E A at the London Ward and 15S, This ornamental 2s. AMOS - the Poor By Watts Author of The Dead Loudon Ward and 158, This never before Is. OF THE BLUE By Lieutenant R.N. Ward and 158, milK STORMS of tlie COMING WINTER and X the Foretold in No. V. of the pries 3d. G. to the covered and post and SON'S system of classified one of which is given with each piece of will found of great Music not in stock procured on the same Country orders must contain a and book and music No. 36, suon that own men had tney though Coil D1 1100 with IT d him unitedly voting to and that of am He believed that to insure confidence understand the that any man bringing a r put into he He ordered to doing that a lone widow tna ne Just second 8vo, 16i. of the BRAIN and By FORBES As interesting as a and fraught with fan deepest as a storehouse of facts hearing upon the brain and as a philosophical exposition of the line and graduated linkh which connect healthy aud disordered It claims the higher and more original duty of tracing out the various paths of departure from healthy conditions of and ef unmasking hidden phases of Here lies a whole realm of unbeaten to tne value of which Dr. has tin to draw public Edinburgh John W. 54, 17th 8\ 16s., post free DOMESTIC by J. M.D. New edition giving the treatment for No medicine is prescribed without the indications for its selection and the exact dose to be free from and specially adapted to the use of and An of the twenty-first price 5s.; a case of medicine to the price 50s, and the price 30e.-Leati aud 9, and 5. St. Paul's Just price poet tree from the Author for 12 THE CAUSE and CURE of PREMATURE DECLINE in with plain directions for perfect restoration to health and the result ot twenty-five til practice in the treatment of those peculiar nerveus and acquired diseases which tend to embitter and shorten By Dr. J. L. 15, There ia no member of society by whom the book will not found whether such person hold the relation of a pre or p 39, AUea 20, DR. SMITH has just published a FREE Edition of 33.000 copies of his valuable THE PRIVATE MEDICAL FRIEND on the Self-cure of Nervous Loss of Dimness of Copies may be had free by sending a stamped directed envelope to the author's 8, WENTY LETTERS ADDRESSED TO THE YOUNG FARMERS OF ENGLAND AND THE By Joseph A Handbook of Scientific and Practical Price 2s 6d. free by post for 32 Joseph FARMER'S JL GLEANER includes eight pages of original and matter in connection with farming operations and agricultural One Published every Monday hi time Just price 64., by post for seven PERFUMED ALMANACK for ' 186% beautifully printed in oil Sold by all the 96, and 24. TASTELESS - COX'S Two doses of COX'S TASTELESS ANTIBILIOUS the best family sent as on receipt of directed stamped by A H. THE VIGOUR cf YOUTH restored in Pour by Dr. ESSENCE of wonderful agent will restore manhood to most shattered in four ia even case is as certain aa that water quenches Front and 229. Strand Price or four in one for 33s. Sent patted on receipt of remittance or be the only he took when doing them down again until the States was Tlie time regiment was bat for righting to tin for treason and to kill Here ho would that did not approve of ouid have his Rut would be likely to find him on his as at he should have but six felt that Captain Brown's ids and by so nto it. Iu his own id he returned them everything would be done wanted them to a standing order rebel into camp should be If the colonel ever did so foolish a the regiment would enforce the ueant to bring them out of their by attendance on their He was uard through a Government in make this country so safe light travel in He wanted the rights of Union men For rebels and their no Be sure they are disloyal and then meet them For the trash we have no and my test of loyalty is a willingness to tight for the There can be no peace until the thing is justice done on and had told that he would do no righting if he thought slavery would exist when the fight was The slaves of rel els can always a protection in this and they will be defended to the last man and He wanted no men who were not Abolitionists no room for and trusted he had for all know now that slavery is at the and summit of this hellish Nor was he or his men foo good to tight darker skinned men than He meant to make and did not know what better use to put Secesh guns to than to place them in the bands of the slaves of No would be committed by bis and he doubted not our new companions would cheerfully all Again he thanked freedom He | Insurance Facts and the Closing i The insurance statistics of the year reveal some very - interesting and instructive insurance Daring 5861, thirteen companies have ceased to ten have transferred their five new ones have been and nineteen Forty-nine are now ' in Chancery under a seven of these having obtained admission into this select list since our annual Six companies have changed their place of and one branch office been Four two and five have been appointed to fill up vacancies caused by resignation and The chairmen of two insurance companies have been elected by two very large and influential Four | two and one medical officer have died ' during the One one and one j being incapacitated by old age or i retired into private Since the year 1814, i 599�ompanies have been 267 246 have j ceased to 52 have opened branch 187 have changed their places of 11 amalgamations t 144 offices have transferred businesses to other and 49 have or are wound up in Ninety-three Insurance 1 companies have discontinued their fire or iu where they were only fire offices they have boen Thf Tub from is now pretty certain that the despatches for Lord Lyons on the affair of the Trent cannot have reached ton before the 16th, as the which took them passed Cape Kace on tlie 13th inst. Mr. it is would have notice of those despatches for a couple or three days before they were delivered to him in due and then a week was to be allowed before the final answer of the Federal Government was This would bring the time up to the 24th or 25th, on which latter day the Europa was to leave to arrive in on too 0th The which will be due on will bring news from New York up to the LiSth that is two or three days after the Europa would be almost certain to arrive The despatch of M. Thouvenel on the affair of the dated the 3rd was probably sent out by the Teutonia or the City of which left England on the 4th inst. and would reach New York on the 18th inst. who left England in the Arago on the would reach New York just about the time for the final answer of the Federal Government to be given to Lord The steamers New and the Glasgow will be due the latter end of next and will bring news up to the 21st The Hansa took out the London journals of the the day after the news of the Trent affair arrived in A letter from Rome of the 17 th says The Roman medical men are interested in the descriptions of Prince Albert's fatal because that form of gastric originating in is one of the commonest diseases and ia generally detected at its outset and combated the favourable crisis usually taking place at the os Rumoured Attempt on the Life of General speaks of a rumour that an attempt had been made to - assassinate de Coyon at and that one of his aides-de-camp had received two poniard It is this news is that the telegraph should have said about it. The celebrated duet singers have arrived in and will maka their in st appearance in this country on Thursday and Saturday at Mr. Land's grand orchestral where Miss Arabella M. and Arthur will also for Sending Letters by hi - Under the provisions of a new postal convention recently concluded with on the January next and thenceforward patterns of lize patterns being in themselves of no may be transmitted by post between Kingdom and France and under the regulations that are applicable and at the vame reduced rates of postage that are printed The late Marchioness will of the Most Noble Dowager Marchioness of and near was proved in London on the 10th the executors nominated being the Marquis the and the Right Hon. Sir the The personalty waa sworn under 200,0007. The will bears date Dec. 28, 1849; and there are three executed m 1850, 1855, and 1857, which were all attested by the same J. H. H. his Her ladyship died at on the 11th of October aged The who passed the latter years her life in the enjoyment of a tranquil died a large Hec ladyship had a f nve children three sons and only one present who inherits the family and also the of the which are devised to him by her wuL The marchioness also has bequeathed to her son the marquis certain and to be retained by him as The rest of her jewels she leaves to her also a sum of 30,000�. amongst and to her Sir William a legacy of 2,0007, There are other bequests to her and and to the poor of the parishes of and and Lomon Discovery op a Fresco in the Old of says the of Scotch is acquainted with the Trot o' and no person could have marched through that ancient burgh of barony without near its western on a height the hollow that opens upon the tna ruins of its venerable which was used as a place of worship kill within tile last seventy must have very early and it has just been rield of a moat able In of the of the old churchyard and his men were employed to repair and by way to the materials from of the old Near the spot the York of demolition was going there been a window at some remote with It had been built up ai fell into Presbyterian One side ol window fell along with the but 0v remained and displayed to astonished gaze of the workmen a fresco painting of a mitred executed in water on the bay of the The of which we have been fortunate enough to secure a was at first posed to be a representation of St. bat as mora perfect knowledge of these matters was brought to of the figure it was ascertained that the really not St. but St. the tutelary of the parish of
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