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RADLEY RECTORY, MICHELDEVER STATION, HANTS.—The Rector, Graduate of Cambridge, receives a few PUPILS into his family for professional or general

RADLEY RECTORY, MICHELDEVER STATION, HANTS.—The Rector, Graduate of Cambridge, receives a few PUPILS into his family for professional or general

education. Terms:—Under Twelve, £80; above Twelve, .£lOO per annum.
23 July 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ZOCIETY for IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS to the ROMAN CATLIOLICS.—A PUBLIC MEETING will (God willing) be held in the HANOVER-SQUARE ROOMS,

ZOCIETY for IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS to the ROMAN CATLIOLICS.—A PUBLIC MEETING will (God willing) be held in the HANOVER-SQUARE ROOMS,

in behalf of the above Society, on SATURDAY NEXT, the 4th December. The Chair will be taken at Twelve o'clock precisely. This meeting is specially convened to communicate information regarding the very encouraging success of the Missionary work in Ireland in connection with this
30 November 1852 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MR. GOODE'S WORK ON NON-EPISCOPAL ORDERS. Now Ready, neatly bound in cloth, price 55., it -L1 CHURCH of the DOCTRINE

MR. GOODE'S WORK ON NON-EPISCOPAL ORDERS. Now Ready, neatly bound in cloth, price 55., it -L1 CHURCH of the DOCTRINE

of the CHURCH of ENGLAND on the VALIDITY of the ORDERS of the SCOTCH and FOREIGN NON-EPISCOPAL CHURCHES. In reply to the Bishop of Exeter and others. By W. GOODE, M.A., F.S.A., London: T. Hatchard,lB7, Piccadilly.
30 November 1852 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1860

THE ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1860

he was smoking. When the band stopped at the end of the first air he also said to the officer conducting it, "Do you play God save the Queen?'" and receiving an answer in the affirmative, he said, " Plarit in honour of monsieur." We were both sitting la Turk on the carpet, and w
20 October 1860 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DESTINATIONS. Austra

DESTINATIONS. Austra

lia & Mauritius, via Southm Ditto, via Marseilles Brazil & Cape Verds, by Brit. pkt Ditto, - oy French packet C. of G. Hope,Ascension, & St. Hel China, Penang, &Binga., via South Ditto, via Marseilles Falkland Islands Gibraltar, via Southampton India (Calcut.)& Ceylon via Southn.
20 October 1860 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NW.

NW.

1 August 1807 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DANTZIC.

DANTZIC.

DANTZIC, AUG. 15. The preparations for war in this country appear to be rapidly progressing. By a former letter you were made acquainted with the difference of opinion that exists in Prussia, as to the side of which she ought to declare herself the ally. It will now be sufficien
19 August 1854 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HAMBURGH.

HAMBURGH.

HAMBURGH, AUG. 16. We are without direct pews of any kind from the , seat of war at the Aland Isles. We have, however,. official Russian reports about the operations in the Caucasus and the movements of the united fleets in the Baltic. Respecting the war in the Caucasus, the Inv
19 August 1854 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VORD'S AIXA JACKETS with sleeves *a la Zouave, open to the corsage, may be had plain or beautifully embroidered; price

VORD'S AIXA JACKETS with sleeves *a la Zouave, open to the corsage, may be had plain or beautifully embroidered; price

in cloth, 215.; velvet, 425. and 635. The halfguinea cloth Jacket, for in or out-door wear, surprises every one for cheapness and style. Patterns and pictures of any of the above sent free to all parts of the world.—TllOS. FORD, Mantle Rooms, 42, Oxford-street, London.
10 January 1860 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Now ready, with illustrations by Birket Foster, 10s. 6d., bound, pOMIS. By the Author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," "A Life

Now ready, with illustrations by Birket Foster, 10s. 6d., bound, pOMIS. By the Author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," "A Life

for a Life," "A volume of poems which will assuredly take its place with those of Goldsmith, Gray, and Cowper, on the favourite shelf of every Englishman's library. We discover in these poems all the firmness, vigour, and delicacy of touch which characterise the author's prose w
10 January 1860 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England