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   Patriot (Newspaper) - September 7, 1854, London, Middlesex                                PriBLISHED on mondays and thursdays.]        LONDON: THURSDAY, SBI^'EMBEE 7, 1854. VERNON CHAPEL, BAONIGGE-WELLS'-ROAD, PENTONVILLE. rpHIS CHAPEL, having been CLOSED for JL REPAIRS. vnU bo RE-OPENED for Divino Worship on LORD'S-D^Y, 10th SEPTEMBER, 1S54. wheu Two Ser-monR will be Preached, that in tho Moming by tho Rev. OWEN CLARKE, Minister of the Chapel, and in the Erening by tho Rev. FRANCIS WILLS, of Eaglo-street ChapcL Service to commence at Eleven o'clock In the Morning, and Balf-fKist Six in the Evening:. On MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1S54. o TEA-MEETING will he held in tho .'�chool-room, when Addresses will be delivered by the Pastor and Bcveral other Ministers. Tho Chair to be Taken at Five o'clock. OEPHAN WORKING SCHOOL, . HAVERSTOCK-HILL. Pateos-HER MAJESTY THE QtlEEN. Foi Children of both Seies. and from every part of the United Kingdom. TWENTY-FIVE VACANCIES are declared for the NOVEMBER ELECTION. Candidates must be between 7 and 11 years of ago, and In good health. Tho Election Lists will close on tho 1st of October. Forma to fill up, and all particulars, may bo known at the Office of the Charity. As tho Votes of Candidates are carried from one Electirn to that which follows, all cases must evontuaUy succeed, if ordinary efforts be used. Lists of Governors may be had gratis. JOSEPH SODL, Socrotary. Office. 32, Ludgate-hill, London. Subscription of a Governor, 2Is. ann.; Life Donation, �10 lOs. ; Subscriber, 10s. 6d.; Life, �5 53. CoDtributious .ire earnestly solicited, to meet tho increased expense uf maiutiininif the 266 Orphan Cliildren under tho care of the Charity, and lu order to provide for additional cases which m-iy arise. THE TONIC SOL-FA ASSOCIATION beg to announce SIX SUBSCRIPTION CHORAL MEETINGS, in FI.VSBURY CHAPEL, on TUESDAY EVENINGS. SEPT. 19th, OCT. 3rd., NOV. 7th, DEC. 6th, JAN. 9th, and FEB. 6th. The first Meeting, on tho 19th inat., is designed to stimul.ito SCHOOL SINGING. A large Choir of children will siug popular school glees.- Tickets for tho Course may be had of Slessrs. Ward and Co., and ilcssrs. Partridge and Oakey, Patcmostcr-row, price 2s. 6d., or, for Reserved Seats, 5s. Sinjjle Tickets 6d. and Is. respectively. The friends of Music and of Education are especially urged to take Tickets for the Course, as a means of supporting this active and useful Association. To Commence at HALF-PAST SEVEN. rpHE Eev.E,WAITE, M.A Loud., LE ATHER- i HEAD, SURREY, will be happy to receive into his family, .ind direct the studies oC GENTLEMEN PREPARING forCOLLF.GE, or for GR^U)UATING in the UNIVERSITY of LONDON. References may bo made to Rov. Dr. Harris, Principal of New College, London ; Rov. Dr. Stowell, PresidentofCheshunt College ; Rov. Dr. Alliot, Principal of the Western College, Plymouth; and Rov. James Sherman, Blackheath. TO the BENEVOLENT.-CASE of SEVERE D INSTITUTION.-A Gentleman of unimpeachable character, who has been reduced by misfortime from competency to extreme poverty, has a Wife and Seven Children depending on him. The Wife has twice suffered from temporary derangement, brought on by the pressure of calamity. References permitted to the Rev. John Graham Packer, M.A., Incumbent of St. Peter's, Bcthnal-green, and to several other clergymen, who are all well acquainted with this case; also to Mr. Wm. Pearse, Stationer, 2, Queca-street, Choap-side (who has known the party for twenty years), by whom any contributions for the relief of the fiin^y will be thankfully received. AIL WAT   ACCIDENTS.-Insurances against Railway Accidents can now be effected with the Railway Passeugera' Assurance Company at tho principiil Railway-stations, not only for single and double journeys and by the year, but also for terms of jears, and for life, as follows;- � s. d. To insure .�1,000 for a term of 5 years, premium S 10  0 10        , 6 0  0 To iosure �1,000 for the Whole of Life by Annual Pre-roiums, on the following Decreasing Scale;- For the first five years, annual premium >i      oext , , � s. 1 0 0 15 0 10 0  5 For the Remainder of Life To insure �100 for the Whole Term of Life, by Single Payment, according to Age ; the rates for which may be seen m the prospectus. The above premiums include the Stamp-duty, which is payable to Government by the Company. The total amount insured by any of the above modes will be paid.'in case of death by railway accident, while travelling in any class carriage on any railway in the kingdom, and proportionate compcusation in the event of poreonal injury. W. J. VIAN, Secretary. ?, Old Broad-street, London, September, 1854. TO TH^ MEMBERS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE ASSUEANCE COMPANY. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,- AVAC ANCY having occorred in the DIRECTION of our Company by tho resignation of one of the Diroctore, I venture to offer mysoU; at this eaily moment, as a Candidate for your sufiYages. From the origin of the Company I have boon a member, and, in cIos� attendance at its yearly meetings, have watehsd with oqoul care and satisfaction its firm astabllahmflDt and rapid-I might say, unexampled success; for a Society starting in 1S17, and in ISM possessing an annual income of �30,000, with an Accumulated Fund of �60,000,. is, I believe, an instance without paralleL In various ways, to the extent of my ability and opportunities, I have been studious to promote oarnnitodtnteraat*; and, should your bvour and confidence place mo In a poattioa of greater advantage for this purpose, I will dsTOts Ujrself with energy and zeal to the promotion of an Institutian which, without doubt, is destined to take the highest rank among kindred bodies. Firmly believing that tho Mutual principle of Assurance is a sound principle, and understanding by it assurance at cost price through tho equal division of tho profits among tho assured,-I humbly conceive it to be important, that tho members of tho Company should, as occasion offers, elect young and active men, both able and willing to exert themselves is extending its business. Our present Directors have fulfilled their trust with preeminent fidelity and success; and I seek, not to displace any of them, but simply to fill a vacant seat at their board. Being well known to most of them, and having long acted with several of them in the management of other institutions, I have a well-grounded conviction, that, if honoured with your choice, I shall bo able cordially to work with them for tho advancement of your interests. May I be allowed to add, that, if my friends will give mo early intimation of their kind intention to support my candidature, it will be esteemed as a special favour. I have the honour to bo, Ladies and Gentlemen, Tour obedient Servant, DANIEL PRATT, 3, Bolt-court, Fleet-street, London, and Cuokfield, Sussex; ScpUmber 2, 1854. [No. 217G.   Vol. XXIII.   Price 5d. Ijijis. DEVITX AND MOORE'S AUSTRALIAN LINE OF PACKET SHIPS. Has a considerable portion of her cargo engaged, and will meet with immediate despatch. DIEECT for HOBAET TOWN, the splendid, fist-sailing barque BEBNICIA, A1 for 12 years, register 648 tons. WILLIAM WILSON, Commander. Lying in tho London Docks.-This ship has a spacious poop, with first-rate accommodation for cabin passengers. For terma of fhslght or passage apply to the Owners, Sir John Pine, Bart., and Co., Birchin-lono; or to Devitt and Moore, 9, Billiter-street. DEVITT AND MOORE'S ADSTKALIAif LINE OF PACKET SHIPS. A Beoculb Traoeb. DIRECT for MELBOURNE, PORT PHILLIP, the splentlld now British-built clipper ship INDEMNITY, A 1. 741 tons register. PHILIP SATEB3, Commander. Lying at tho Jetty, London Docks.-This vessel is e �� dfor fitted for the trade, and is one of the fastest sailors out of the port of London; she has a splendid poop, and unusually good accommodations for cabin passengers, and carries an ex-porieuced Surgeon. Application to be made to Devitt and Moore, 9, Billiter-street. DIETETIC CHOCOLATE, FOB INVALIDS A>'D DYSPEPTIC PERSONS. This is a new proparation of the greatest purity, and far superior in flavour to tho finest French Chocolate. It is highly recommended by the most eminent of tho Faculty as an article of daily diet for invalids, and to the public generally, on .iccount of its wholesomenesa and delicious flavour. Prepared and sold, in canisters at Ss. each, by W. HEADLAND, Horao;opathic Chemist, 15, PRINCES-STREET, HANOVER-SQUARE. LLENS' ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, containing Size, l�rice, and Description of upwards of 100 Articles, consisting of Portmanteaus, Travelling Bags, Ladies' Portmanteaus, Despatch Boxes, Writing Desks, Dressing Cases, and other travelling requisites, forwwded on receipt . of two stamps. i ALLENS' Travelling Bog (Patented), has the opening as large as the bag itself, and, therefore, possesses an immense advantage over all others. ALLENS' Registered Despatch Box and Writing Desk, and their New Quadruple Portmanteau (containing four compart ments), arc the best articles of the kind ever produced. J. W. and T. ALLEN, Manufacturers of Portable Furniture (see separate Catalogue), and Military Outfitters, 18 and 22, West Strand. E^LKINGTON and CO., PATENTEES of the i i " ELECTRO-PLATE," MANUFACTURING SILraR- ( SMITHS, BRONZISTS, &c., respectfully urge upon pur- I chasers to observe that each Article bears their Patent Mark, i E. and Co., under a Crown," as no others ore warranted by them. ' The fact, frequently set forth, of Articles bemg Phited by �"Elldngton's Process," affords no guarantee of the quality, as numerous manufacturers are licensed by them to use tho processes, but without restriction in the mode of manufacture, the metal cufployed, or the thickness of silver deposited thereon, Tho productions were honoured at the late Great Exhibition Tjy an award of the "Council Medal," and may be obtained at either Establishment-LONTJON: 22, REGENT-STREET, 45, MOOHGATE-STSEET; BIRMINGHAM: NEWHAIL-8TREET. DEVITT AND MOORE'S AUSTBALLAN LINE OF PACKET SHIPS. With Immediate despatch, baving most of her cargo engaged and shipping. Has room for measurement goods only. DIRECT for GEELONG, the fine, fastiMming, British-built barque MALCOLM, A 112 years, 300 tons burden, CHARLES BROWN, Commander. Lying tn the London-docks.-Has good occommodatiunsfor a limited number of cabin passengers. Apply to Sir John Firie, Bart., and Co., Birchin-lane; or to Devitt and Moore, 9, Bihiter-street. DEVITT AND MOORE'S AUSTRALIAN LINE OP PACKET SHIPS. A Reottub Tbadzb. Has groat portion of her Cargo engaged, and will meet with immediate despatch. DIRECT for PORT ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, the fine, bst^ailing, BritUh-buUt Barque, JANNET, A 1, 317 tons register.     JAMES CHALMEBS, Commander. Lying in the London Docks.-Has most excellent accom modations for a limited number of cabin passengers. For terms of freight and passage, apply to Devitt and Moore, 9, BiUlUr-street. THE � LIVERPOOL" LINE OF AUSTRALIAN PACKETS, Consisting of the following First-class (Clipper Ships, to Sail at intervals dining tho year:- To Sail. Sept. 12. Oct. L October 25. To follow. Estimates, Prices, and Drawings sent Free by Post. Be-plating and Gilding as usual GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE or aiRWM, BURNETT'S DISINFECTINaFLUID. Gallons, 6s.; Quarts, 2s.; Pints, Is.; Half-pints, 6d. THIS valuable DEODORISER and DISINFECTANT instantaneously destroys all BAD SMELLS without pTOducing any itself^ Its free use, as directed. Prevents CHOLERA and all CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. Sold by all Chemists and Druggists, and at tho Office, 18, Cannon-street, London-bridge. N.B.-Beware of a spurious imitation. Ship.     Register. Burthen.  Captain. "cKI^.^...}"^"-��>--�-^ �(n?wf ^.^"^.^l 1�7....2500....Potts, nabob' ......... 960....1600....Wilson, FREDERICK.... 863....1400 ...McNulty, MERLIN  ...... 1030....1700....Laverty, SALEM ........ 915....ISOO....Cunningham, AFRICA........ 1433... .2200... .O'Neill, PH(ENIX....... 906....1500....Moppett, ThBse"^Ship8 are fitted up with a view to the comfort of all classes of Passengers, and the entire arrangements and provisioning are subject to the approval of H.H. Emigration Officer. The Captains are Gentlemen of great experience, and quali-l fiod Surgeons will have charge of the medical department. 1 Goods and Passengers will be landed on the Wharves, at Mel-' bourne, Sydney, or Adelaide, free of extra chaiiga. Fores to Melbourne, �16 16d. and .upwards. Apply to James M. Walthew, 46, Chapel-street, Liverpool' :' or to Thomas WooUey, Agent. 15, Fenchuroh-street, London DR. king's sarsaparilla pills.--SKIN ERUPTIONS HEADACHE, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILfT?. NOISra^IN THEHEAD AND BAB* SCDB^TX. loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, eiysipelas, sore throat, indigestion. lumbago, rheumatism, gout, ypo^^ douloureux, dizziness, ague, dropsy, aou pains m the umDS, are each and aU produced by impure blood. BLOOD being tho principle of LIFE, reqtiires to be kept cool and perfectly pure, in oader that the brain may be refireshed, the nerves strcnethcned, and the whole system kept in good repair. If the blood bo not renewed and puxifiM, the above diseases manifest themselves, particularly in Hot Weather. Dr. KING'S SARSAPARILLA PILLS are nowodmlttad by the highest authorities to be the oest purifier of the blood, and to be more effectual in preventing and curing the above diseases than any medicine yet known. These Pols ore more effectual than any liquid pr(^aration, because no one can make a decoction or essence vrithout adding spirita to prevent fermentation, which heat instead of purify the blood, besideB entirely destroying the active principle of Barsaparilla. Sold lu boxes, at la. IJd., 2s. Od., 4s. 6d., lis., and 22a., by all respectable Medicine Vendora, ond the Proprietor. HENRY HIDES, 10, Hungorford-etreet, Ij^ndon, whence they are sent post free on receiving stamps for the amount of box requiroi Halse-s portable galvanic apparatuses, price �5 8s. and �10 10s. PARALYSIS, ASTHMA, INDIGESTION.-GALVANISM. A WoBD TO ijrvjLUDS.-Health is the greatest worldly blessing we can enjoy: and yet many invalids, for the sake of saving a guineik will purchase apparatuses which are entirely -useless for medical purposes. (Jalvanism, they say, is galvanism, no matter whether the price of the apparatus be much or little. They may as well say that a fiddla la a fiddle, and that there is no dUIereuce In them. Surely no one of common sense, who feels desirous of testing the remedial powers of Galvanism, will, for the sake of a guinea, throw his money nway, by purchasing an imperfect, Instead of a perfect, apparatus. Ho may as well not try Galvanism at all, as try with an inefficient apparatus. These latter remaka I address par-ticoloily to invalids; but how much stronger do they apply to medical men who are applying Galvanism T They find it  I> CHAINS so extensively put forth in the present day, under the- titles of ^.Pore Gold" and "Fine Gold," and to coll attention to the Genuine GOJfiD CHAINS madeftom their OWN INQO|i%, andsoldby Troy weight at ito BUIiIiION or REAI>I2:aBI>E Value, with the workmanship at WHOIiB.&AUll HaNTTPACTURERS' PRICES. The Gold Guaranteed, and repurchased at the price charged:-the worlnnanshlp^^acebrJlng to the simplicity or intricacy of the pattern. An extensive assortmeit^Df JEWEIiIiERY, of the FIBST quality, all made at their Mannfartory. N.B. Stock nil marked in FlalfiFigures, and Money Returned for Country Orders, in tho event of the articles not beine approved within one week-       ' ' .   � WATHERSTON AND BROGDEN, GOLDSMITHS, CRYSTAL PALACE, Central Transept, No. 23, Gailery of Precious Metals. MANUFACTORY: 16, HENEIETrA-STREEr, COVENT-GAEDEN, LONDON.. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1798. WANTB�,in-�Tiai6tfbmly, two respectable Toung Women ; tfne as good Plain COOK, the other as HOUSEMAID. No Irish need apply. For address, apply at Mr. Foster's, Cfreengrocer, No. 1, Clapton-place, Hackney. WANTED, in a respectable British and Foreign School, within ten miles of London, a SCHOOLMISWlESSi capable of instructing tmm 80 to 100 Children. Application to be made to Mr. Bramall, Cheshunt College-rooms. Blom&eld-street, Hnabury. AVAC ANCY occurs in a BREWERY in the West of EngUnd for a respectable, well-educated Youth aa ARTICLED PUPIL.-For particulars, address H. L., Box No. 44, Post-office, Plymouth. TOPARENTSand GUARDIANS.-Wanted, a respectable, active Youth as an APPRENTICE to the TEA and GROCERY TRADE Address, A. B. C Post-office, St Albans, Herts. CLERGYMEN and GENTLEMEN about to FURNISH should immediately apply for ouf Pamphlet, , of which the New Edition, for 1834, containing 147 beautifhll y executed Drawings, la Just published, and wiirbesentQRATIS and pOST-FBEB. Intending purchaaera will at once observe the manifestadvanta^ of selecting all their requirements bom OUT Immense Stock of Home-manuJiictured solid CABINET FURNITURE. CARPETS. PLOOB-CLOTHS. and.purified BEDDING. This novel and most valuable Pamphlet shows the coet of every item, also the cost of separate rooms, as well as the entire cost of tumishing every description of house such as- A four-roomed cottage, with every necessary, for.. �27 14 6 A six-roomed ditto, with every comfort, for ......  82 18 8 An eight-roomed house, in a superior manner, for.. ISO 12 6 A twelve-roomed ditto, completely and eleganUy, . for......................1.................... 387 14  0 With every article admirably illustrated. Special estimates and designs vrill be fhmished in any part of the Kingdom, tree of charge, whenever required. Every article warranted to be of the soundest material and best workmanship, .and ALL OlfflEBS ARE DELIVERED CARRIAGE FREE, regardless of distance. COBBETT and CO., Manufacturers and General Hotise Furnishers, Deptford-bridge, London.-Established 1802. TO DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS.-Wanted, an experienced Young Man. A member of a Christian church would be prefeinsd. Address, stating am, salarv, the last two situations, and how long at each, to J. Kwknam, Lynn, Norfolk. T O CuNFECnONEBS, BAKERS, &&- Wanted, bra respectable'Young Person,-26 yeaia of a SITUATION in the above or any other LIGHT She is agood needle woman, and willing to make herself generally useniL Salary not so much an object as a comforteUe home. Address, A. B., Mr. Cracknell. Grocer, Aylesbniy-street, Clerkenwell. ORGANS.-For Sale, a sweet-toned finger ORGAN, New. with 7 stops, fhll compass^ pedals, composition do., be Price �80.  Also smaller     at �2S and �35. An excellent Church Finger and Banell do. cheap, and do. with 2 rovra of keys. O. King, Organ Builder, Bear-yard, Lincoln's-inn-fields. SPENCER'S CHEAP PRINTING-OFFICE, _     36, CHANDOS^TBEET. 8ODTHAMPTON.�-I0,000 l-billa for SSa.; fiOO Business-cards, 6a. 8d. Orders bypost Hand punctuaUy attended to. A list of cash prices sonVon appfica-iion, with stamps enclosed.  AN APPRENTICE WANTED. ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE IN BOTTLE. As Bupnlied to the CBtSTAL PALACB-also in Casksof ISOallons. Recommended by BARON LIEBIO. Address :-HARRINQTON PARKER and Co., S|, Pail-mall, London. SPANISH HAMS, Tid. per lb.-FIRST-CLASS PROVISIONS, at gconomlcal Prices; A saving of IS per cent, to the buyer. Goods carefuBy packed and delivered at the njspoctive railway termini, and within five milea of London, &�o of expense to the purchaser, and packages gratis. OSBOR^rE'S cheese warehouse, Osborne House, 80, Ludgate-hlll, near St. Paol's. '^riSIT ROBERTS'S DNBIVALLED t EMPORIUM of DRES&-Yon wiU be delighted with the excellent style of every garment, the substantial make, and at such exceedingly moderate prices as must give tht greatest possible satisbctlon.-Write down the Address, ROBERTS and CO.. 6S, 8H0BEDIT0H, exact Comer of Church-street. Note.-The Cheapest, Smartest, and in every respect the Best House for Boy's Clothing in London. ARROWROOT, -ABEOWROOT, 7M. per lb., WARRANTED GENUINE. TO Families and Persons who are generous and chatitable to the poor, the above article we can recommend for presents, and sent caixiage tree to any part of London, by EDMONDS AND CO., Importers of Colonial Produce, U. Rathbone-place, Oxford-street, London. Deafness and noises in the ears.- EXTRAORDINABt DISCOVERY.-Just published, price 7d., bypost, Oertain Mode of Self-Cure. Any partially or extremelv deaf person can permanently Beiri^ore their own Heating. Distresdng noises In the Head reUered in Half-an-hoor. This book haa eared hnndrads, living in the most distant part of tho worid, without abeenoe from home or bnsi-�. It is pnbUshed by Dr. BOGHTON, Member of the idon Royal College of BmKeons, May i, 1845, L.A.C., April . 1848, Consolting^aiSean to the Institution for the Cure of Dealheas, 9, Suffolk-plan^ Fall-maU. Sent ftoo to any pardon reoaipt of letter, enclosing Seven Fostage-stampe, A HINT and HELP, for the benefit and pro-t�!tion of deafpenona,* stop to Quackery, extortionate fees, and charges. By tUa sew dtacoTenr, totally deaf sufTerera ai� enabled to hear oonTsnation, wltnoat any ear-trumpet or Instnunent, for ersr reacainfr them from the gnsp of the extortionate and dangerowBrniririe. It contains startling owm, deaf persons EaTfau' cored themaelve^ many iuatan-taneously effected. AU letters to be directed to Dr. HoBthton 1>, Bnffolk-plaoei P�a-mall, London. Patients received any dayln>mUtU14. OoniaUattonfrea WHY ARE WE DISSENTERS? Dy EUSTACE R. CONDER, M.A. Second Edition, price Is. '6d. John Snow. Second Edition, 6.S. THE CLAIMS OF LABOUR: An Essay on the Duties of the Employera to the Employed. London : John W. Parker and Son, West Strand. Sixth Edition, 5s. ESSAYS WRITTEN in the INTERVALS of BUSINESS. London ; John W. Parker and Son, West Stiand. Third Edition, with Portrait, 63. " IFE of MBS. GODOLPHIN.   By JOHN ^    EVELYN.    Now flrst^ published and Edited by SAMUEL, Lord Bishop of 0:dbrd, ChanceUor of the Moat Noble Order of the Garter. London : John W. Parker and Son, West Strand. This day is published, in Bvo, cloth, EXPOSITION of the ACTS of the APOSTLES. In a Series of Lectures. By the Bev. JAMES THOMSON, D.D., Minister of the Pariah of Ecoles, Berwickshire. London: Arthur Hall. Virtue, and Co., Paternoster-row; Edinburgh : Paton and RitcWa. [ .^OR THE PRODUCTION OF " PRIZE ESSAYS" on behalf of "THE CHINA GOSPEL MISSION." see a Pamphlet just published, price 4d., entitied " A VOICE FROM BRITISH AND SCOTTISH LAYMEN, asking for Missionaries for China," 4c. ifcc.  32 large'pages. London: James Paul, and all Booksellers. THE SUNDAY at HOME. A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading. Illustrated with fine Engravings. Price One Penny in Weekly Numbers, or Five-pence in Monthly Parts. Contests of No. 19 .--The Swollen Biver; Paul at Rome; The Pulpit in tho Family ; Ernest I., Duke of Saxe-Qotha; Scriptural Portraits. Dorcas; Biblical Questions; Page for the Yoimg; Learning by Example. ^ rpHE LEISURE HOUR.   A Family Journal 1. of Instruction .ind Recreation. tUustrated with fine Engravings. Price One Penny in Weekly Numbers; Monthly Parts, Fivepence. CosTESTs or No. 141:-Eastern Bargainers; A Monday at the Qrystal Palace; Recollections of Espartero ; Galvauo-plasty; The Old Shoes-Lady Huntingdon's Two Friends; Varieties. Religions Tract Society, 56, Patemoster-row ; and sold by the Booksellers. Just published. New and Improve;! Edition, price Is., THE CURABILITY of CONSUMPTION. Being a Series of Papers presenting the mostprominent and important practical points in the Treatment of tha Disease. By F. H. RAMADGE, M.D., FeUowof the CoUege of Physioians, late Senior Physician to the Royal Infirmary for Diseases of the Chest. &c Also, by the same Author, price lOs. 6d.. ATREATISEon ASTHMA and DISEASBi of the HE A bt. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. In One Volume, foolscap 8vo, price 23. 6d. cloth, ECTURES to YOUNG MEN, on the Age ^ -The Bible-The Sabbath-The Sunday-school-The Press-The Church. By the Bev. JOHN MOKISON, D.D., LL.D. *�* These Lectures may also be had separately, price 6d. each. In this single Volume there is more worth than in whole ship-loads of the rubbish under which the book shelves of many of our fashionable public places are now groaning."- Christian Witness. Just published, in One Volume, 8vo, price Ss. 6d. cloth, CONSECRATED HEIGHTS ; or. Scenes of Higher Manifestations.    By Rev. B. FERGUSON, LL.D., F.S.A., M.RI.A. Just published, in One Volume, crown 8vo, price 6a. 6d., cloth SACRED STUDIES;, or. Aids to the Development of Truth. Being a Second and Enlarged Edition of " Discourses on Important Subjects." By Rev. Dr. FERGUSON. Ward and Co., 27, Patemost�^row; and J. L. Porter, Sloane-atreet. TO VISITERS TO THE NEW CRYSTAL PALACE. HINT TO MOTHERS I 11 ATKINSON and BARKER'S ROYAL IN-PANTS' PRESERVATIVE (esUblished in the year 1793) is tho best medicine that can poeaibly t>o given to infants and young children, and, as its name implies, is a real preservative of Infants m their numerous disorders; affording Instant Relief in (Jonvulsions, Flatulency, Affections of the Bowels, Difficult Teething, Bickets, Measles, be, tK. It stands nn-rivaJled, and so perfecUy innocent, that it may be given immediately after Dirth. Thousands of children are annually saved by this much-esteemed medidne. One trial will prove more than words can express. Prepared only by Robert Barker, Hall Bank, Bowdon, near Manchester (Chemist to Her Most Gradoua Majesty Queen VictoriaX in bottles at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d.each. Ca.unoH.-Observe the names of " Atkinson and Barker " on the Government Stamp. Sold by all druggists and medicine vendors throughout the United Kingdom. l^r     de     jongh's AJ LIGHT BEOWN COD LIVER OIL. PnTPiBCT) ros MxsicniAi. use ts the Lorroncr Isles, Norway, Aim pdt to The test or Chsmioal Ahaltsis. Tbe HOST ETTSOniAI. BEKEDT EOB COHSUHFTIOK, BBOHCHms, ASIBKA, GODT, CHBOSIO BHEDKATISM, AMD all SOBOPDLODS Diseases. Approved of and recommended by BEazELXTS, Liebiq, WoEHLEB, JoHATBAS pEBBiSA. FouQUiEB, and numcrous other eminent medical men and scientific chemists In Europe. Specially rewarded with medals by the Governments of B^gium and the Netherlands. Has almost entirely superseded aU other kinds on the Continent, in oonsequence of its proved superior power and efficacy-effecting a cure much more rapidly. Contains iodine, phosphate of chalk, volatile add, and the elements of the bile-in short, all its most active and essential principles-in larger quantities than the pale oils made tn England and Newfoundland, deprived mainly of these by their mode of preparation A pamphlet by Dr. do Jongh, with detailed remarics upon its superiority, directions for use, cases in which it has been prescribed with the greatest auiccess, and testimonials forwarded gratis on appllcaUon. The subjoined testimonial firom Baboit LiCBia, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Giessen, la selected fiom innumerable others ftom medical and scientific men of the highest distinction. " Sh:,-I have the honour of addressing you my warmest thanks for your attention in forwarding me your work on the chemical composition and properties, as well as on the medicinal effects, of various kinds of Cod Liver Oil. " You have rendered an essential service to science by yom , and your efforts to provide sufferers with this Medicine in its purest and mbst gentilue state must Insure you the gratitude of everyone who stands in need of Its use. "I have the honour of remaining, with expresdona of the highest regard and esteem, " Yours sincerely, "Giessen, Oct. 30, 1847.    " DK. JUSTUS IiIEBIG. " To Dr. de Jongh at the Hague." Sold wholesale and BSTAiA in botUes, labelled with Dr. de Jongh's stamp and signature, by Ansab Habtobd, and Co., 77, Strand, Sole Consignees and Agents for the United Kingdom and British Fossesdons; bxtaii, at their West-Eko Bbahob, 96, New Bond-street; and by all respectable chemists and vendors of medicine in Town and Counby, at the following prices:-Imperial Measure. Half-pints, 2s. 6d.; Pints. 4a. 9d. FRAMPTOH'S PILL OF HEALTH.-Bxtroct of a Letter forwarded to Mr. PROUT, 229, STRAND, Irom W. Smith, Esq.:-" 13, St. Mark's-terrace, West Bromoton. London, 10th May, 18S2.-Anxious cares and the neglect of my old tried friend during the early part of this year had produced symptoms of nneasiness which I fomid it prudent no longer to neglect; and I am delighted to s^, that a tew doses of the pUK under the blessing of Divine Providence, have removed them, and I am again as well as I ever was in my Ufe.** For Females, these Fills are tmly axeaHent, removing all obetmctions. headache, depreadon of spirit^ dullness ofs^ht, nerroos affectioas. pimples, sallowneis of the skin, and give a healthy. Juvenile bloom to the complexion. Sold Inr all Tenders of Medicine. Frioe la. lid. per box. Bee the name of "THOMAS PEODT, 229, Strand, London, on the Qomiunent Stamp. In 24mo, pp. 24, price 3d., or 123. per 100. No. L of BOLT-COURT TRACTS. COUNSELS on the CHOICE of PASTORS By JOHN CAMPBELL, D.D, "This is quite a word in season to the Churches, which cannot be too widely circulated or too deeply pondered."- Evnngolical Magazine. Daniel Pratt, 3, Bolt-court, Fleet-street. Just published, price 3d., or 123. per 100, No. II. of BOLT-COURT TRACTS. INDIA the STRONGHOLD of MODERN IDOLATRY. A Sermon to Young Men, Preached in the Poultry Chapel, April 21, 1853. By the Rev. DANIEL KATTERNa " This Sermon was preached in behalf of the Baptist Mis-don in India: its peculiar appropriateness for the occadon will be evident to every redder; but, as containing a memorial of lasting shame to this country, it should bo the endeavom of all who read it to exert themselves to remove the stigma. Mr. BCattems has shown, that India is truly the stronghold of modem idolatiy."-Wedeyan Times. Daniel Pratt, 3, Bolt-court, Fleet-street T Just published, 72pp., price 6d., tfte POLITICAL POSITION OF PBO- to Evangelical Nonconformist Members of the House of Commons. ByJOSIAHCONDEB, Esq. " These Letters will deserve to live when the events which called them forth have passed away and are forgotten. They are vrorthy the pen of one of the most venerable champions of Nonconformity, who, for nearly half a century, haa rendered inestimable service to his denomination."-Evangelical Jttaga-dne. "Among tho veterans of 'the Fourth Estate,' Josiah Conder has claim to no mean rank; firsUy, on the score of talent and ox]>erience, and, secondly, on that of consistency, singleness of burpoae, and perseverance in the cause he has embraced. To those of aU parties and sects, who vratch vigilanUy the course of legishition on ecdealasticai and politico-religions affairs, we recommend the perusal of Mr. Condor's Eight Letters."-Mondng Advertiser. " The present valnable tractate comprises eight Letters, addressed to Evangelical Nonconformist Members of the House of Commons. The publication, though small, is one of great value, and we could desire for it a universal perusal among the leading Members of every Nonconformist Church in these kingdoms."-Christian-Witness. Danld Pratt, 3, Bolt-court, Fleet-street T Third Edition, price 6d. ; or 8d. per post, 'IHE LAW of the SABBA.TH, Religious and PoIiticaL By JOSIAH CONDER, Esq. This re-publication is seasonable, and will help to remove much misconception on a question which has been warml> revived in connexion wiiii the New Crystal Palace at Sydenham. We have no doubt it will have a large circulation, and will do much good."-Eclectic Review. " The most complete artide on the Sabbath question in our language. Other treatises are more elaborate-none more satisfkctory."-Evangelical Magazine. ' � This, one of the ablest works ever written on the subject, � is peculiarly well-timed. Now that such glowing pictures aro drawn by the imaginationa of certain parties, of the advantages which the working-classes of England would derive from the Sunday opening of the Crystal Palace and other scenes of rational recreation, it is very desirable to ascertain who are the most enlightened frienct of the labouring mnn and his family."-Leeds Mercury. "ilr. Condor's Treatise is one ofgreatexceUence."-British Banner. "The 'Law of the Sabbath" contahis a wonderful amount of earning for so small a space, and conveys just our own �;6w as to the legislative aspect of the question.'-Christian Times. "The pamphlet enters into a condderation of the 'Law oi the Sabbath' generally, whUe the prefatory remarks apply specifically to the Crystal Palace discussion; and tho whole is worthy the carefU attention of teachers at the present time.' -Union Magadne for Teachers. tw. �Thia compact and condudve treatise is by a Prot^tant Dissenter; and it deals wiUi the question in the Ught m whicl Dissenters generally regard if-Moniing Advertiser "We venture to fecommend to om- readers a perusal of this pamphlet ere they commit theaiselves to the question which CsSenoTobtSiS sS^h wide ^"^'�JP^-T^^^ F^^rS^ji --.,� the Crystal Palace on the Sabbath-day. -Poole opening Herald Danld Pratt, S, Bolt-court, Fleet-street   

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