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DR LAWRANCE

DR LAWRANCE

_Physician to H.R.H. the Duke of Saxe'-Coburg and Gotha. " I invariably prescribe Dr. de Jongh's Oil in preference . to any other, feeling assured that I am recommending a genuine article, and not a manufactured compound, in which the efficacy of this invaluable medicine is dest
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
goreign it eligious Intelligence. PARIS.--THE APRIL MEETINGS.

goreign it eligious Intelligence. PARIS.--THE APRIL MEETINGS.

[FROM OUR OWN CORRESFONDENT.] The Protestants of Paris are holding the annual meetings of their religious societies. Though not equal in number, or interest, or magnitude to our May meetings, they deserve notice as indications of the amount of religious activity prevailing among
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
- --- the Union, and from the mission stations under its care. Grants were also made to them for the

- --- the Union, and from the mission stations under its care. Grants were also made to them for the

year ending the 31st of March, 1864, to the amount of 6551. In the evening, a public meeting was held. W. Somerville, Esq., took the chair. The report presented to the annual assembly in the morning was read for the information of the meeting, and addresses Were delivered by the
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
~ IRISH CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

~ IRISH CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

The annual meeting of this Association began in the lecture-room of York -street chapel, in the forenoon of Wednesday, the Bth ult. The retiring chairman, Dr. Urwick, then briefly and felicitously addressed the meeting, and introduced his successor, the Rev. Noble Shepherd of Sl
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
SYSTEMATIC BENEFICENCE.

SYSTEMATIC BENEFICENCE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE PATRIOT. • ti, 8112 1 -- -11ease to allow me to say to various friends, C ro ugh your columns, that, as I trust to close my j a p B 2 e ngagement in Scotland for the Free Church by a S . of sermons and meetinzs in Glasgow, in cona with the Revs. S. Minton an
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
FAjc Vltriot. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.

FAjc Vltriot. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.

LONDOY, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1863.
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
part of a large room in which the party were seated. The i nvestigator, apparently much impressed with the incident,

part of a large room in which the party were seated. The i nvestigator, apparently much impressed with the incident,

turned to Mrs. Rymer, and asked permission to retain the cross as a souvenir, to which she assented, say- that its o n ly va l ue to her was that it had been made 0 9 her boy, then recently deceased, hut she could have no Jobjection to him keeping it, if he would remember the in
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
London: James Nisbet and Co., 21, Berners-street.

London: James Nisbet and Co., 21, Berners-street.

Now ready. post Bvo, 9s. cloth. MEMORIALS of JOHN BOWEN, D.C.L., late Bishop of Sierra Leone. Compiled from his Letters and Journal. By his SISTER. London: James Nisbet and Co., 21, Berners.street. Now ready, crown 2s. ed. cloth, MANXLAN D: a Tale. With an Introductory Sket , •l
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
TALLOW MARKET. MONDAY, APRIL 20. P.Y.C. is steady, at 42s Pd to 428 Pd per cwt. on the 428 9d

TALLOW MARKET. MONDAY, APRIL 20. P.Y.C. is steady, at 42s Pd to 428 Pd per cwt. on the 428 9d

for June, and 458 9d for October to December deliYer.7. Rough fat, 28 2id per Sibs. OFFICIAL MAIIXIT TaTTER. [lssued by the Trade every Friday night.] 0. d. 13. 0 TownTallow,perewt.... 4,4 3 Rough stuff „, 19 0 Fat, per ... 2 2i Graves... 12 0 Melted stuff 32 6 Good Dregs ... 7
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS BY ROAD, RIVER, OR RAILWAY; ACCIDENTS IN THE FIELD, THE STREETS, OR AT HOME May bo provided against by

ACCIDENTS BY ROAD, RIVER, OR RAILWAY; ACCIDENTS IN THE FIELD, THE STREETS, OR AT HOME May bo provided against by

taking a Policy of THE RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COUPANY, 61, CORNHILL, LONDON. £140,000 has been already paid as COMPENSATION for Accidents of all kinds in 75 Fatal Cases, and 6,880 Cases of Personal Injury. Rates and further particulars may be obtained at the Railway Stati
23 April 1863 - Patriot - London, London, England