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CARS ON 5' ANTI-CORROSION PAINT for IRON HURDLING.

CARS ON 5' ANTI-CORROSION PAINT for IRON HURDLING.

06 May 1865 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Now ready, Part 1., price 6d., *Uniform with "Cassell's Illustrated Bunyan," CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF F OXE'S BOOK OF MARTYRS.

Now ready, Part 1., price 6d., *Uniform with "Cassell's Illustrated Bunyan," CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF F OXE'S BOOK OF MARTYRS.

CASSELL, PETTER, and GALPIN, E.C.
06 May 1865 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HATCHARD AND CO., PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS to H.R.H. the PRINCESS of WALES. PUBLICATI OF BIBI.ES AND PRATER•I3OOKS. MERIT. CHILDREN'S BOOKS. BOUND.

HATCHARD AND CO., PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS to H.R.H. the PRINCESS of WALES. PUBLICATI OF BIBI.ES AND PRATER•I3OOKS. MERIT. CHILDREN'S BOOKS. BOUND.

LIBERAL DISCOUNT. LIBRAR IRS ARILANGF.D. ...•••••••••••11; 187, Piccadilly, W. MISS A. F. TYTLER'S WORKS.
06 May 1865 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHINA AND JAPAN.

CHINA AND JAPAN.

The China Mail of May 30, in its summary, states "The only political news of the past fortnight has reference to the Taeping rebels. Chang-chow-foo was retaken by the Imperialists on the 11th instant. No re verse , however, daunts Colonel Gordon, and the Futae is a man of equal
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE HORTICULTURAL GARDENS.

THE HORTICULTURAL GARDENS.

The following correspondence has been sent for publication :—" Windsor Castle, July 6.—Dear Sir,—l have received the commands of the Queen to beg you will inform the Council of the gratification which her Majesty received from her visit to the Horticultural Gardens. Her Majesty
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY.

FRIDAY.

"ESSAYS AND . REVIEWS." Lord HOUGHTON asked her Majesty's GoVern . ment whether they have taken or are willing to take the opinion of the law officers of the Crown as to the powers of the Convocation of the p rov i nce o f Canterbury to pass a synodical judgment on books written
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BILL,

BILL,

Sir W. HEATHCOTE, in moving the second reading, proceeded at some length to sketch the history of the Episcopal Church in Scotland until the year 1840, when these disabilities were relaxed. The remedy proposed by the bill was to repeal those disabilities, but as a precaution it
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MR. NEW.DEGATE AND THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS.

MR. NEW.DEGATE AND THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS.

MR. NEW . DEGATE AND THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS. The following letter from Mr. Newdegate appeared in the Standard : SIR,—I bog to present to you for reconsideration the conclusion of your leading article of to-day, on the occurrences of Friday last : • On this occasion the worst offe
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Just Published, Third Revised and, Cheap Edition Price, 10s. 6U, of OBSCURE DISEASES OF THE BRAIN AND MIND, by Forbes

Just Published, Third Revised and, Cheap Edition Price, 10s. 6U, of OBSCURE DISEASES OF THE BRAIN AND MIND, by Forbes

Winslow, M.D., D.C.L. Thie volume will widely extend Dr. Winslow's reputation as a shrewd obseiver, a philosophical writer, and a sound practical physician."—" Glasgow Medical Journal." Loudon : ROBT. 11ARDWICKE, 192, Piccadilly.
16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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16 July 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England