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HUNGARIAN WINES.

HUNGARIAN WINES.

WHITE WINES. Admirably adapted for Dinner, being light, pure, dry, and free acidity, combined with the full high aroma of the Rhine Wines. CHABLIS VILLAN Y MUSCAT BA UASCON YER PLSTII E It STEIN BRUCH SONILAUER AUSLESE... DIOSZEGER BAKATOR Di' to Ditto LE SE ... HUNGARIAN HOCK •
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN, &c.

THE QUEEN, &c.

The Queen and Royal Family have left Windsor for Osborne. On Sunday Divine service was held at Osborne by the Rev. J. Prothero. The Queen is expected to remain at Osborne about six weeks. On Friday and Saturday in the past week her Most Gracious Majesty's bounty and gate alms to
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

The will of Baron Du Bois de Ferrieres, of Chepstow, Monmouthshire, was proved in the London Court by his son, Charles Conrad Adolphus Baron Du Bois de Ferrieres, the sole executor. The testator confirms the settlement on his marriage, and leaves to his wife, the Baroness Du Boi
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

The military party, which is all-powerful at Court, continually speaks of the "factious opposition" of the Lower House ; and M. von Schmerling is said to join in the cry. It is not likely that there will be any important reduction in the Austro-Italian army, as the high military
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ARMY.

ARMY.

WAR OFFICE, Dec. 20. • 2nd Regiment of Life Guards: Sir George Rendlesham Prescott. Bart., to be Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant by purchase, vice Fredori l c k Young, promoted.—Royal Horse Guards: Lieutenant Myles 13agna11 Bowyer Adderley, to be Captain, ei by e purchase, vice Walter
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ALARMING AND FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. THE NORTH KENT LINE.

ALARMING AND FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. THE NORTH KENT LINE.

Yesterday week an accident, sim liar iii character to that which occurred in the Clayton tunnel some four years since, took place in the Blackheath tunnel of the North Kent Railway, and has resulted in the loss of six lives and serious injuries to several other persons. A ballas
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PERFECT FREEDOM FROM COUGH

PERFECT FREEDOM FROM COUGH

IN TEN MINUTES AFTER USE ; and a rapid Cure of Asthma and Consumption, Couflis, Colds, and all Disorders of the !heath and Lungs are insured by HARRIS'S T kMARIND EMULSION. Sold in bottles, 13}d and 2s 91 each. Prepared only by J. E. HARRIS, Chemist, 6, Exmouth Street, Clerkenwe
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE CRIPPLE'S WORK. The "Good Story "for Jsnuary, 1865, will lie ieedy with the Magazines. Price 3d. London: WiLLIAZI MACINTosn,

THE CRIPPLE'S WORK. The "Good Story "for Jsnuary, 1865, will lie ieedy with the Magazines. Price 3d. London: WiLLIAZI MACINTosn,

24, Paternoster-row.
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHRISTA/4S HOLIDAYS. MADAME TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION. Establishe 1 29 Years at the Bazaar, Baker-street. NEW ADDITION.—A full•length portrait model of MULLER,

CHRISTA/4S HOLIDAYS. MADAME TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION. Establishe 1 29 Years at the Bazaar, Baker-street. NEW ADDITION.—A full•length portrait model of MULLER,

taken from life, and corrected from the cast taken by Dr. DONOVAN, is now added to the Chamber of Physiognomy. Open on Boxing.day from 10 a.m. till 10 • other days, from 11 a.m. till 5 p.m., and from 7 till 10. 'Admittance, is.; Extra Rooms, ed.
24 December 1864 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SIXPENCE MONTHLY, Illustrated with Full-page Engravings on Toned Paper. OUR OWN FIRESIDE, Antmn BY THE REV. CHARLES BULLOCK, Rector of

SIXPENCE MONTHLY, Illustrated with Full-page Engravings on Toned Paper. OUR OWN FIRESIDE, Antmn BY THE REV. CHARLES BULLOCK, Rector of

St. Nicholas', Worcester, Author of "The way Home." ADVERTISEMENT FOR 1865. OUR OWN FI.ItESIHE is designed to furnith Articles on common home sabjects, written with a decidedly Christian tone, suitable for every-day read:ng at the Family Fireside. The Publisher has much pleasure
07 January 1865 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England