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In Three Vols., crown Bvo., 101. cloth. by the late Bey. T. BEST, MA, of Worcester College, Oxford, and Incumbent

In Three Vols., crown Bvo., 101. cloth. by the late Bey. T. BEST, MA, of Worcester College, Oxford, and Incumbent

of Janice., Sheffield. Edited by the Rev. It. E. Roberts, Rector of Itichmood, Yorkshire. SkELEY, JACKSON, and LIALLIDAY, 54, Fleet Street.
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS.

ACCIDENTS.

Particulars have arrived of the late fatal accident tO three English ladies in Switzerland. It appears that Mrs. Delffs, wife of Professor Delffs, of Heidelburg ; Miss Hollywood, of Bath Lodge, Ballycastle, Ireland; and her niece, Miss Walker, were proceeding in a one-horse carr
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.

LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.

PARIS, Thursday. The Emperor is much fatigued and anxious. He is overwhelmed with telegrams from all quarters, especially from Prince Napoleon, King Victor Emmanuel, and the Italians. His health requires that he should get to Vichy as quickly as possible, but before leaving he i
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MONSTER MEETINGS.

MONSTER MEETINGS.

MONSTER meetings indicate their object by their name; they are displays of numbers for some special purpose; great gatherings of human beings intended to prove unanimity and resolution. As such they have a design. Chartism in England tried to establish itself by monster meetings
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE CHOLERA IN LIVERPOOL.

THE CHOLERA IN LIVERPOOL.

Two additional deaths from cholera have occurred ia Liverpool, one at the workhouse and the other M the town. Dr. Gee, medical officer of the workhouse, has been appointed to act under the provisions of the Nuisances Removal and Prevention Bill.
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WEALE'S SERIES COMPRISING, IN A CIIZAP POEM, RUDIMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC BOOKS EDUCATIONAL & CLASSICAL WORKS. A complete Catalogue of the

WEALE'S SERIES COMPRISING, IN A CIIZAP POEM, RUDIMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC BOOKS EDUCATIONAL & CLASSICAL WORKS. A complete Catalogue of the

Series will be sent on application to VIRTUE BROTHERS cud CO, 211, Ivy Lane, London. --- GENERAL NURSING INSTITUTE (Under Medical Direction), 6 HENRIETTA STREE COVENT GARDEN, W.C. MEDICAL DIRECTOR—ALF ttE D EIISIVORTII, F. R.C.S. LADY SUPY.RINTENDINT—MRS. NIKEL. Nurses can be ob
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HYAM AND CO.

HYAM AND CO.

28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Just ready, crown Bvo., Frontispiece, Ss. cloth. MII y , ILLICENT LEG B: a Tale. B Mrs. MARSHALL, Author of

Just ready, crown Bvo., Frontispiece, Ss. cloth. MII y , ILLICENT LEG B: a Tale. B Mrs. MARSHALL, Author of

"Brothers and Sisters," "Helen'. Diary," etc. SULLY, JACK/lON, and HALLIDAY, 64, Fleet Street.
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Just ready. SERMONS FOR CHILDREN. By the Rev. JOHN ELLISON, M.A.., Iheumbent of Suwerby Bridge. The Third Thousand, in 18mo.,

Just ready. SERMONS FOR CHILDREN. By the Rev. JOHN ELLISON, M.A.., Iheumbent of Suwerby Bridge. The Third Thousand, in 18mo.,

is. cloth, or is. 6d. with Frontispiece, cloth, gilt edges. Sims!, JACKSON, and HALLIDAY, 64, Fleet Street.
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OOR CLERGY RELIEF SOCIETY. For the immediate assistance of the clergy, their widows and orphans, n temporary and unprovoked distress.

OOR CLERGY RELIEF SOCIETY. For the immediate assistance of the clergy, their widows and orphans, n temporary and unprovoked distress.

Offices-32, Southampton Street, Strand, W.C. HON. SECRKTARIV.S. The Rev. Cl. 'Thornton litostyn, M.A.., and H. Paul Measor, M.A. The Committee ' in furtherance of their humane object, earnestly request the sympathy and support of the friends of the Church. Contributions will be
28 July 1866 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England