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Miner And Workman's Advocate (Newspaper) - April 1, 1865, London, Middlesex r 1. 15 i ' FilKE 6RANT�C M girnt by Usa ' - doling ' ' - - 7�.to9�.per of be the or of Ue The be by tie GOLDES Cirr A 1 Tom April of an for to Ou tbs but limit tlu Vlf tw 11 I wean the ud of all of Tie iif Ue cam experienced to afford a plentiful water and and vith nil to the and health of Far plan of Rate ol apply to the of J. ant Mr. a Witton Mr. Mr. I. K. Mr. Or and - ASSISTED TO or Ironstone GIANTS triU aaS on the 7tli of 8011; Barleigh ane for forma of GUIDE to KET far SgU and Haifa leaving for and the 4& Ud for and Vy 'The Quan to thv ' of to Table 14, aa offering to the trading Policies granted on 13ie Fito asd are on Cattle granted to Farmers at and ALL OP in CASK of 1)is-AEcrairarr. A Mercantile Sick to assure bom per week in case of The has now incorporated with as an Industrial The originally established in 1831, for all the of the per week at the age of 20, will at the same age 4id.will, per week in with and Other in like proportion at the different This Department alone pud in last year and 48,168 policies were AT TBI AND TO ALL TEK IN AND IN CASE OF for in towns at present made to 10 and 11, Bedford TO THE And fa ther at tba i at the - 7i - - AHD or any on Trade matters will be received Agent and i J. ST. than at any by and by Herr for this will every farther Great FEENCH ftom the Theatre having a on the of his Irat in at the will He Entertainment in the tla to the of SOnTH all OTHER john will be happy receive to Lecture in. any railway and where compelled to all it. ed. per may rely on the aamo by giving timely time and North By h. smith and for in the London and ' and before yon any please send to tnd 181, for their one ani state name of paper wish to advertise in. for TilE MINER AND WORKMAN'S A M the Eft Coll Maaa Board - I t. 8 U T. * V. 0 10 ' on ot - - - 1 on OF - NORTH 10 0 money haa been paid over W Mr. John the Lock Member the College of and OP NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL of tha Vital and of tbe and presented to lay tbe hidden causes of those maladies which afflict - may eject a care is the and 1 Seat post winch may Im of two 1*^05, 1, South Bedford 8oiiare,Lqnda�,W.C. ' For vide dady from U to 3, and 6 101 8 tba benefit of BY invited o send dotted envelope Dr. win afford faia which If nit a to and of Tab Misek will remember the the men of Cassop triumph right over a who ought to haye been the last to haye done to it was bad bat and through their and they world their case a good TJa against whom tbe actions the and he now to carry 6m' Jie to take the in the hope of the men by costs Mtn will you allow thiaP you saSer il to oppress labour in this fashion Nw we hear you all subscriptions at onoe to Christopher or to Mr. W. 7> FEMALE LABOUR BE in THE IRONWORKS P. the bat being bsing planet I 4AS:4rs^ it bai been me to glide into iif might the few with men yoor year and and BLOOD OLD JACOB King by the on the of every For apply at the or Oriental mo YOUNG PATENTEE JL of a Voric of Art now on exhibition at the Palace is of and HOME in town or A book of lent pott for Letters to Madams of Sheffield Crystal COFFIN'S INDIAN the best family ever to the Observe tha of are Of all at la. or line by post isr 14 from 14, Montagne where manf be had a. d. Dr. Coffin's Gnide to Health Also 4 0 8 Dr. Coffin's Treatise oo 1 6 Dr. on Medical 3 0 Coffin can be at 1S4, High from 10 7 tiU at 34, 1 till imly to Dr. P.O. made payable at High PRIVATE DR. MAT BE CONSULTED from 11 tiB 3 and 7 till 10 at bna wiU to a perfect Core with secrecy and dispatch in a specified time or return all money and from his experience both in foreign and at will have case brought to a issue in a short without injury to the or being subjected to that system of resorted to by the gang of IMPOSTORS who infest die metropolis under a variety of practice on the the empty their and DESTROY THEIR CONSTITUTIONS FOR Female win have every Where also nay be had BALSAMIC ESTABLISHED 86 90, 4a. and per and post A mod a soothing a and an excellent liem one oily by Mr. M. O. 9�, Give I two doora from every day 6xim U to whatever with alias of Dorset LIFE - -' DOWNIE'S COUGH Bate made of try Prepared only by n. and Sold by all PILL OF Price la. IH and Sa. per THIS FAMILY PILL is a medicine of efficacy for the so very of good anS correcting aU of the Stomach and Two or three will Uic afflicted of its The will speedy a healthy action of the ani trill take and renewed health will be the luciL of tins according to the directions each OF A POLL who a to and singing in the from too a of blood to tbe never 5mtT^ 4"g=Tns will be entirely carried oS by their lu confidently as the best an PILLS unite the of a mUd with and occasional bare tbe name and to bo affixed to the by an TO for for or Lose of Energy Knd in and Love of of tbe in tha Head and Impaired Sight and which can ha immediately cured in a few Senton receipt of one stamp by H. Percy Bedford Landon KEW WORK BY THE OF 18mo. Pocket post free 12 sealed ends 30, DR. MEDICAL GUIDE TO A Practical Treatise on its Physical and Personal With to the Married and Unmarried ol both fbr removing the snd impedimenta which the happiness of wedded life t a Work plain by which forfeited privileges can be and essential functions strengthened and by the aame a New and Revised Edition of a MEDICAL ESSAY on the Causes Premature Decline in tbe Treatment of and those peculiar result from youthful adult tropical and other with Instructions for the Cure of Infection without and iu Prevention by tbe Author's Prescription infallible Warwick and Either of the above Worka sent post-free by the Author or for 13 postage or in Sealed SO. from 10 to 3 and to 8. 15, Albemarle tr. AID oa DR. HAMMOND the Lock Member of College of and OB all which embitter and shorten the duration of Human Be Hinta whereby MANLY and all the attributes of PERFECT MANHOOD csB be The MARRIED LIFE RENDERED and the canae of all domestic discord THOSE WHO DESIRE TO MARRY restored to and Also on and ISOLATION of and Sexual Nocturnal and Diurnal Painful Wasting of the of and all DISEASES of The Author's chief aim is human and in proof of the efficacy of bis he WiU advise INVALIDS how to cure calling on Those unable to attend personally are to enclose six atampa for which wia enable sufferers to effect a speedy and CURE WITHOUT DANGEROUS and SO-CALLED Letters to be prepaid and addressed Dr. At home 9 till % and 6 till a Sundays 10 tOl 12. By the aame beautifully 100 pages with PHYSIOLOGICAL THE MODERN ARISTOTLE ON AND with LITERARY GOUT and Gout Rheumatism is relieved and cored ma few daya by that celebrated BLAIR'S GOUT and They can be relied as the most safe and effectual remedy ever the and have been universally need in Europe and America for many years for the above Her Majesty's have authorised the name and address of No. 229, to be the stamps affixed to each box of the genuine Sold at la. and per by all Medicine Just post for two MEDICAL with Local Means of Self WITHOUT whereby the following Maladies are speedily and permanently Health Love of Groundless palpitation of the Noises in tbe Head and Impaired Sight and and Bodily Prostration of the whole THESE MEANS are so easy and in application that all can cure themselves and at the smallest The important that theae alarming may easily be removed MEDICINE is and the entirely new and highly aa adopted by tbe fully by of which every one is to cure and at the least free on of Two Stampa By W. South W.C. this extraordinary publication is to prove how audita maladies can be and and the most convincing proof of the ef Oe It or Jt 3lotheis:iiaa&r'InM^<4eIieKe.-lBlants tase to their on tha aea voyage Srst of all themselves with it - In and being of a balsamic it soothes the irritated air whUe vigour to the By acting so upon the it U Blood Bead the following ot a distinguished Nov. 31,1B84.-"The the Dean of Lismore requests Messrs. and will him two bottles of their OLD JACOB TOWNSEND's The Dean baa no to their that he has found their very useful in his m 3a. 61.; 4a.; Small 4s. 6d.; 7s. 4d.; OLD JACOB TOWNSEND'S g A R 8 A P A B I L LA These are tbe beat pilla in are a gentle aperient being They operate and cleanse the stomach weakening They regulate the so that the fluid con act directly oo tbe Pills in Is. 3s. 4s. s JACOB This Ointment all the curative virtues of the Draws away and absorbs all morbid For Rheumatic Sore it is the most effectual Ointment in Is. 3s. 9d., 6d. Great saving in taking the large sixes of these Sold by Chief IMPORTANT no other Sarsaparilla be on for tbe market is flooded with worthless Doctor's See tiat joo get the Bed and Dine with the Old Head in the Noue other PRIVATE MEDICAL Dr. wbo has bad in the Treatment and of NERVOUS and PHYSICAL LOSS of PAINS in tbe and if result in has just published a New EDITION of 10,000 copies of the or Private Medical Friend Thia Work his highly successful and only safe and is illustrated with hundreds of cases and testimonials from with plain for perfect restoration to Sent post free to any secure from on receipt of two Letters of or details of case promptly Dr. 8, Burton W.C. In snd will shortly be issued with the THE LARGEST AND BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER THE A or an original Painting by A. iir oil om in At the same a and TALE will be by a celebrated YORK COVENT CHOCOLATE MARK 500,000 SAMPLE PACKETS OF this CHOCOLATE POWDER were GIVEN AWAY at tbe INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION of 18�3, Thousands are using pronouncing it Used and recommended strongly by the Sold by Is. By Her Royal Letters 1813 COLLIER and Steam MUU AN ACT OF FOR THE BENEFIT OF SUFFERING many years tormented with a Fear of Thoughts of of General Nervous deenu it his duty to make the Curative Means known by which be restored to Health and He send the Information Gratia on receipt nf Two Address L. L. caro of the No. 161, W.C. Price One LIFE OF THOMAS MARTIN sf this and Uta of 0HABI9EB and down fram Where in not carried on as and with notions appear to been my apd is my And at the IbA of is dollar labour Is aa is this has so perplexed me. to we the same Beings we the same code of and we aot ap to the of Ton profess to do the bnt tbe presented to my nightly vision me from believing I bad really yon did to lira ap to the spirit of what yon profess to I can only for the diversity which exists between yoar state and ours on this to what yon denominate the weaker In one of patriotic songs yon sometimes stir np inmost sools by the having hearts to guard Ton praise the beauty of the merry maids and one of yoor poets has most of When pain and wring the A ministering angel yet witb all these noble sentiments respecting the being yon call yon treat her worse than we treat the beasts of harden in onr The veriest weaklings of the sex appear to longer hoars than the Israelites of old did in the wds of Not only bnt they have to do the work alternate weeks the boors of exposed to all the the and to the of I have bad to weep over and over again at witnessing scenes too to be and take place except in nether I wonld fain point 6nt a bnt being only a I dare not yet Bat this I that snob a state of things not to it is a it is to professed Ton dts respect same of the for I have observed some and I have been at a loss to for bnt I hare observed that those wbo bave this deference paid them are I inferred that those females who were treated so differently were of a degraded and their attire Uie clothing of Bnt I it is not so. I find by my intercoorse witb them that they are yet capable fins Very many of them their condition or the idea of their being fit for anything better never having once crossed their Satisfied and are achieving Not scorned in little Finding that those females were treated so and yet not they are of tha criminal I imagined that it was only the kinds of men of no no fallow wbo were tha of the incessant and hard lob of these poor engaged in iron Bnt and sharpening np my observing I have discovered that the toil and do not all go for the benefit of the bnt a great part of tbe benefit goes into the coSers of an imaginary god called The stewards of this god are generally the and most of the inhabitants of and very many of them appear by noble and kindly I say I cannot it witb my notions of what reality In onr kindly feelings do not lie It is an The of the heart always find vent for themselves in kindly A feeling of pity does not die a death of bat it tbe being actuated by the to relieve the object Now if iron as yon call are actuated by feeling of pity towards these into something worse than they have to perform as hard tasks under a more inclement if they do beliere that theae same females are destined to spend a higher Ufe with on an with in an everlasting state; if they think that the regeneration the haman oan only be effected by a of all children from the by mothers of genUa and winning it to pass that they are taking no to bring this Why la not that sympathy will ripen and bear in a tutors Why do not they in devise soma plan towards so good an ' cannot beings coo to which einT plans for r soch a wonld be looked open aa a fit object tana wKP to of recommendation OJg into Not the to proclaim evil it is J For yro must know that and onr wa have not perfect When evd manifests KB do not sit down and and and fold onr handsi and say there oan no for if we propose it would meet with the of parties Interested to maintain they We do not offer human souls bodies most iu their unpolished We should winds rather than sonls and np to onr and what is no. a Yon pretend to Where no benevolence results from nd Tcp to believe iir the of up to tlie of as with servants that knowing that ye also have a Master in old John in did act .np to lus and the present American He sacrificed his worldly and finally his own to attest the of hb and to show the of following He was a rare yon grovelling He like sn of our silvery The of the two commands I have just quoted is a vary awkward and I am it is erased in of scriptures or at least looked aa a base interpolation of Tour Bible and your clash more than in the of man and ig the reann why some of Dri under at have being of Moeit filthy that love of monny is some lie make made a virtue of his and endeavoured to persuade the gaping crowd that he was be despised riches I And what a soothing consolation to a on bis dying to think that be wonld be by a more merciful standard than the one which he in his but subject had and to appear any good is to be acd mom urgent tha the greater the Bat serve Ja ' Bat your zeal f I be enamoured of and happiness in imd not imly those of but also of It grieves me when I take a circuit magnificent I see its plains and rich its teeming with and its mountains replete with sylvan when I reflect that of the earth might be brought with and far fewer damning it grieves me I say to think that so much so much hard so much continuous monotony should to of those to whom the earth made a pleasant stepping-stone to Well itis for them their are by the incessant well ia it for cause do not add to their state knowledge of a better therefore prey But these who make na not to their oxen ont of the bnt to own fellow beings from the depth of an commercial spirit has Make an effort to blot ont this stain upon sodal be altogether Abolished the weaker and if do without it in the day Then whan the writer of these lines shall have taken his departure from among ta visit other orbs in tbe distant and onoe more to this yoar rendered more happy by your effecting beneficent reform he will hear the recording angel whispering the worlds of la the deep aU is ' A I wish .to say That if we mean to wizi the dayi We must be not betray Our There's many at this present time Would to onr colours like to And before its in its Our they'd like to bring it And chain it as if a And doom at onoe to endless wOe Onr This they would without a England to onr help will And let them know they not crush Oar Let not onr children have to When we are dead and passed my father did betray Our Let each be true onto the Each for onr liberty And so with all our might defend Oar let us all at once agree That while we struggle to be Oar motto shall for ever be Our A Unionist in Te honest sons of Wbo battle in our Bear high the flag of And vindicate its Let not despondency prevail Where Freedom needs your aid j With Truth and on yoor Csn Britons be afraid Yoor old war spread on And flags for Bight The champion true of The Mother of the Now teach the world a Pursue a cause so For it's a glorious duty To battle for the Britons be When man with man most Go ye the lot For God defends the j. March 1865. The daly to A means as win Cannot if the men's for tp notice for a of the man an to to in their necessity their masters in the masters to first to some disinterested would not do lawful Bra tha same trade to of proceeding we caU lawful in this ' A struggle as a matter of masters and men strive which can hold ont the longest without to the might call it a The master sits on horsey the poor man tits On an Tha inequality is so great that so long aa and the law of between two cannot how tha ass is to keep with the It is a well-known foot that if the stand idle for twenty be able to get plenty to eat and bnt Oie poor man be ont of well knows have spent thEur if they have men some To this rny we are to draw yoar canae jre believe the we state that ia this and ibr they are to prohibit two things which have established and and in if to one from m tbe combine for of away the only meua be 7"'"' It is working men have sbt aa Swir as tbe masters bave 2�en� Ke that aH not bft act also that those men eSber by mite to or may think hieing thur mastery considering these maaten are log tha very means they seek to deprive these of. If the masters a in a solemn to stand bj and tect each and deposit for of crushing the working men of it is well known the men have no to deposit if ware so can tha masters giro us precedent of such men ever attempting such an act allow me to state so long aa remains so unequal between master and it be to enjoy that desired and mony which ought to exist between the employed and the Aa a matter of beat workmen will be driven to employment in other our trade masters instead of exporting onr we shall to compelled to not some efforts to be even by onr to before it is too such an awful calamity If ma in what do I wish yon to proceed in the present to pia present if my answer steps to canse a soon as to to hear evidence on both sides of the take steps as shall lead to the settling of the present and laying the basis the before for a more amicable settlement of all such future such to be composed of one gentleman in tha chosen by the one gentleman from the men one gentleman by Government and one from tha these foor gentlemen to be prended over ' by one of the of Common shall ait to evidence as be Imd before ' and to suggest to all masters hare not yet looked out their men to postpone aU until the breaking up of that evidence laid such be reported before the House fjr the of establishing a law as shall be deemed to all such disputes in at such evidence before the said masters and men to sign an agreement an advance of wages on the one to to reduce the wages on the unfit Sonsa has passed a law for their faturs m of wage and other yoor obedient Brandy 1865. STATE OF the present stete of trade it is hard to say what the lair price of iron bat from the fact that the worka in Staffordshire and in the of England has so slightly strengthened it is hardly to expect a brisk trade when fto works ue started The hardware town and district are The foreign orders am Bombay is doing a but the rest of the Salt and Booth America are sanding few are out their orders for iron with fiur more freedom than and where tbe delivery oan be guaranteed within a reasonable there ia not much experienced as regards The makers have entered into considerable of and the hoosea to accept the at less than from to 7s. 6d. advance on the which prevailed a The falling off in the from America has been bnt Uttle owing to which have been offered consequent upon the but had not the latter even is no doubt that prices would have been Fot the weekending capita were 1,416 are upon tie I trade
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