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THE DISTURBANCES AT WA.RS4 W.

THE DISTURBANCES AT WA.RS4 W.

The German journals now supply fuller details of the disastrous events of Monday, and from them we glean the following particulars in addition to those already published: "As the people were assembled before the palace they were summoned to disperse by Prince Gortschakoff, but t
16 April 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Now ready, price sd, Part LXX.XII. (consisting of the February numbers) of the SUNDAY at HOME, containing the following papers:—

Now ready, price sd, Part LXX.XII. (consisting of the February numbers) of the SUNDAY at HOME, containing the following papers:—

TRAVELS IN THE HOLY LAND, illustrated by Engravings from Original Sketches.—Vl. Beersheba, Hebron Abraham's Oak, The Valley of Eshcol.—Vlll. The Pools of Solomon.—lX. Etham and the Gardens of Solomon, &c. Life and Times of Jeremiah, Chaps. 111. and IV., illustrated by . John Gil
16 March 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. WI CHASTELAIN.-On the 14th inst., at Netherton Home, o S., the wife of Monsieur Adolphe de Chastelain, ,- the

BIRTHS. WI CHASTELAIN.-On the 14th inst., at Netherton Home, o S., the wife of Monsieur Adolphe de Chastelain, ,- the

French and German Protestant College, of a daugh""‘ CHATAWAY. -On the 9th inst., at Ecton Rectory, year Sor tb.3r ton, the wife of the Re'. T. E. Chp,taway, of _a daughter _ a • e of COBBOLD.-On the 11th inst., at The Cliff, Ipswich, the w ' - ' Mr. John Patteson Cohbold, of a s
16 March 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BAILED.

BAILED.

ARNETTE —from Gravesend, May 20, to St. retersbnrg ABDUL 31E1MM—from Clyde, May 20, to Singapore BARBARIAN—from Clyde, May 20, to Matanzas CHARLES —from Londonderry, May 18, to Archangel CATHERINE —from Londonderry, May 18, to Mazagan DOVER COURT—from Gravesend, May 20, to Kurra
21 May 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES,

MARRIAGES,

BURGE—ANGLE—On the 16th inst. at St. John's, Charles Burge, Esq., of Stamford -hill, to Katharine Rouse, second daughter of John Angle, Esq., of Stanmer Tollington-park, Hornsey.. ELUDER—WRIGHT.--On the 16th inst., at North Walshain , the Rev, James Murray, vicar, Charles John F
21 May 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
1 WINES AT THE REDUCED DUTY 1 EDGES and BUTLER are now selling , ST. JULIAN CLARET and MEDOC at

1 WINES AT THE REDUCED DUTY 1 EDGES and BUTLER are now selling , ST. JULIAN CLARET and MEDOC at

245, 30s, and ° 6 s-per dozen; capital Dinner Sherry, 245 ? and 365; good !:ort, 30s and 36s per dozen. Of their higher class and vintage" Wines they enumerate Port, 425, 48s, 60s; of the c elebrated 1820 vintage, 120s' 1834, 965; 1840, 84s. Pale, Gold en, an d B rown Sherry, 42
20 April 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Just published, r rHE GATHERED FLOWER: Two Sermons I on the sudden "Falling asleep in Jesus" of Mrs. Levingston, wife

Just published, r rHE GATHERED FLOWER: Two Sermons I on the sudden "Falling asleep in Jesus" of Mrs. Levingston, wife

of the Rector of St. Lawrence, Isle of Wight. By her brother, the Rev. W. W. ROBINSON, M.A., Incumbent of Christ Church, Chelsea. The Profits to be given to the Irish Church Missions to the Roman Catholics, and the Wanderers' Home, Third Edition, THE SURE FOUNDATION: Sacred Song
20 April 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TOO LATE, TOO LATE: Sacred Song. By :miss N. LINDSAY; Poetry by Alfred Tennyson. Elegantly illuminated, 2s 6d. "Sweetly pathetic."—Bristol

TOO LATE, TOO LATE: Sacred Song. By :miss N. LINDSAY; Poetry by Alfred Tennyson. Elegantly illuminated, 2s 6d. "Sweetly pathetic."—Bristol

Mirror. "A very sweet air."—Leeds Intelligencer. "Very beautiful touches of melody."—Brighton Examiner. "Sure to be welcome."—Brighton Herald. "Treated in her own felicitous and characteristic style, full of calm dignity and devotional feeling."—Glasgow Sentinel. London: Robert
20 April 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VOOTH-ACEIE : its Causes, and a New Painless 1 Method of Cure (with as much certainty as water quenches thirst).

VOOTH-ACEIE : its Causes, and a New Painless 1 Method of Cure (with as much certainty as water quenches thirst).

Teeth -cured by this Method wilt never. ache again, and thus prevent the necessity of the painful operation of extraction. By THOMAS HOWARD, Surg eon- Dentist to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, 17, George-street, Hanover-square, London.
04 May 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MONEY MARKET, &c. CITY, THURSDAY, ONE o'CLocK. 911 913- 911

THE MONEY MARKET, &c. CITY, THURSDAY, ONE o'CLocK. 911 913- 911

02 May 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England