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it ittrature. THE LIFE OF MARY CARPENTER.*

it ittrature. THE LIFE OF MARY CARPENTER.*

WE do not recollect to have read for many years a life which so admirably illustrates the dictum of Goethe that those who are ready to sacrifice themselves for immediate duty, transform their defects and disadvantages into positive aids. Mary Carpenter was not of such original t
12 February 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
AMATEUR LEGISLATION.

AMATEUR LEGISLATION.

IF we may judge from the long array of notices of motion given by private members on Thursday night, they expect a long Session and protracted discussions. Some of them are familiar annuals, which are sure to be discussed, if not carried. Others will probably never again be hear
12 February 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
NOTES ON THE LIVERPOOL ELECTION. [FROM A LIVERPOOL CORRESPONDENT.]

NOTES ON THE LIVERPOOL ELECTION. [FROM A LIVERPOOL CORRESPONDENT.]

IF this election had been won by the Liberals, it would have dealt a heavy blow at the Government. The loud congratulations of the Tories are a sufficient proof that they feel they have escaped a great political catastrophe. But the ice is breaking nevertheless; and a few e such
12 February 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
Important Work on Persia. Just published, price 10e. 6d. Illustrated, post free. Y WANDERINGS in PERSIA. By T. S. ANDERSON.

Important Work on Persia. Just published, price 10e. 6d. Illustrated, post free. Y WANDERINGS in PERSIA. By T. S. ANDERSON.

With Illustrations and a map showing the Author's Route, the Old and New Scientific Frontier of Afghanistan, the Old Russian Riundary and the advanced Russian Boundary in Central Asia. London: James Blackwood and Co., Lovell's-court, pINSUTI'S NEW SONGS. A Smile Heaven's Chorist
12 February 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
wINTER RESIDENCE for INVAMDS,SMEDLEY'SHYDROPATHIC MITA 11- LISHM EN T, MATLOCK BRIDGE. DERBYSHIRE. Resident Physician—W. B. HUNTER, M.D., Re. The arrangements

wINTER RESIDENCE for INVAMDS,SMEDLEY'SHYDROPATHIC MITA 11- LISHM EN T, MATLOCK BRIDGE. DERBYSHIRE. Resident Physician—W. B. HUNTER, M.D., Re. The arrangements

for Heating and Ventilating render thin Establishment admirably adapted as a Winter Residence for such as would otherwise have to go abroad. HYDROPATNIC, ANY) ELFCTRIC For prospectus apply to
12 February 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
DR. RIDGE'S (PATENT COOKED) 1 . ) E 14 I (.1 I 0 ITS FOOD INFANTS AND INVALIDS.

DR. RIDGE'S (PATENT COOKED) 1 . ) E 14 I (.1 I 0 ITS FOOD INFANTS AND INVALIDS.

12 February 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF THE MARRIAGE LAW.

THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF THE MARRIAGE LAW.

ELSEWHERE will be found a letter from Mr. J. W. PIE-SMITH, of Sheffield, calling the attention of our readers to some of tho intended provisions of the Bill for the Amendment of the Law of Marriage, which Mr. BLENNERHASSET, M.P., intends to introduce in the approaching SesAon. M
29 January 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. "DECENT CHRISTIAN BURIAL."

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. "DECENT CHRISTIAN BURIAL."

THE Times (commenting upon the contention raised in a case tried at Stafford Assizes on Saturday, that the common law requires in all cases "decent Christian burial." which Mr. Justice Bowen appeared to regard as equivalent to burial according to the rites of the State Church).
29 January 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
GLEANINGS.

GLEANINGS.

THZ RIGHT MAN IN THE RIGHT PLACA.-- Scene : Grocer's shop in Scotch town: enter Bailie Smith, who is a publican, and who solicits a renewal of the grocer's suffrage for his return to the Town Council. Grocer, shaking his head: " Ah, na, na, Bailie, I'll never put a man on the be
29 January 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England
 
MONTHLY, PRICE HALF.A.CROWN. THE CONTEMPORARY REVIEW. Corrinvs rot FEIMAST. EXPERIMENTAL LEGISLATION AND THE DRINK TRAFFIC. By Protestor W. Stanley Jevons.

MONTHLY, PRICE HALF.A.CROWN. THE CONTEMPORARY REVIEW. Corrinvs rot FEIMAST. EXPERIMENTAL LEGISLATION AND THE DRINK TRAFFIC. By Protestor W. Stanley Jevons.

ON THE PEDIGREE OF MAN. By Dr. Radcliffe. AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS IN ENGLAND, CANADA, AND THE UNITED STATES. By Peek. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE INDIAN FAMINE OF 1a77-78. By Licnt..Col. Osborn. THE NEW FICTION. By Henry Ho'beach. THE FIRST MURDER AND THE FOUNDING OF THE FIRST CITY. By F
29 January 1880 - Nonconformist - London, London, England