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OSTEO-EIDON-WHAT IS IT l' See Patent, March* 1, 1862. No. 560. International Exhibition, Class 17. OSTEO-EIDON, now Protected by Royal Letters Patent. Analysed and Reported on by Professor PEPPER. Prepared in the Laboratories and under the personal superintendence of Messrs. GABR
10 January 1863 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
THE WAR IN AMERICA.

THE WAR IN AMERICA.

A correspondent of a morning contemporary, who eulogises the character of the officers and men in the] Southern camp, thus describes two of their greatest heroes: — General Lee. General Lee is, I believe, between fifty and sixt) years of age, but wears his years well, and strike
10 January 1863 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
WHAT IS UNWHOLESOME GAME f

WHAT IS UNWHOLESOME GAME f

At the Publia Office, Birmingham, a singular case has been heard before Mr. T. Lloyd; Mr. T. Glassey, game dealer, was summoned by Sanitary Inspector Cooper for having exposed for sale five hares which were unfit for human food. Mr. John Smith appeared for the defen- dant. Inspe
10 January 1863 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
FIRE AND LOSS OF SEVEN LIVES AT PORTSMOUTH.

FIRE AND LOSS OF SEVEN LIVES AT PORTSMOUTH.

A fire broke out on Friday morning in one of the densely-populated parts of Portsea, called College-street, principally inhabited by Hebrew traders, which resulted in an appalling tragedy. It appears that a shoemaker named Dennett Keane, residing in the centre of the above stree
10 January 1863 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
DREADFUL TREATMENT OF A SAILOR.

DREADFUL TREATMENT OF A SAILOR.

A case has just been brought to the knowledge of the Liverpcol police, exhibiting gross and continued cruelty i; fiicted by Captain Antonio Mollidal, of the ship St. Lucia, upon Thomas Neale (a Dane by birth, but of English narents), who was a seaman on board the St. Lucia. When
10 January 1863 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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19 October 1861 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON & THE  'KING OF PRUSSIA.

THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON & THE 'KING OF PRUSSIA.

THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON & THE KING OF PRUSSIA. An anonymous pamphlet, entitled, "The Emneror Napoleon and ^King William," contains a letter, alfe'ged to h.ye been addressed by the Emperor of the French to the King of Prussia arter the interview at Baden. Accord- ing to the pamphlet
19 October 1861 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
.RAGLALF.

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RAGLALF. THE NATIONAL SCHOOL.—The Rev. J. W. D. Herna- man, one of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools, visited this establishmallt,on Friday sennight. Through non- attendance many of the scholars were not qualified to be examined; but as far as the examination went, the pro- gre
07 October 1865 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
FRIGHTFUL MURDERS IN AMERICA.

FRIGHTFUL MURDERS IN AMERICA.

The Hartford Times gives the following account of a dreadful tragedy which was perpetrated at Oakland, near Manchester, Connecticut, on the night of the 31st of July, the victims being a woman named Stark- weather, and her daughter Ella (aged fourteen years):—The mother's face w
26 August 1865 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
SOifF LONDON PLAGUES OF FORMER TiMES.

SOifF LONDON PLAGUES OF FORMER TiMES.

Only six years after the outbreak of pestilence in 1563, we have accounts of another plague, which was so violent that it was necessary to adjourn the Michaelmas term to that of Hilary; and the Lord Mayor gave orders that all idle persons should be pre- vented from straying abou
26 August 1865 - Usk Observer - Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales