Imagens das páginas













[ocr errors]










1337 504 664 112} 73

[blocks in formation]


100 1on 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 ICO 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

[ocr errors]


1087 101) 1303




[ocr errors][ocr errors]


[ocr errors][merged small]

104 59 91


1048 914

South Eastern

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]


of the Union Bank of Australia will be held on the 11th inst., when a
dividend will be declared on the 40,000 original shares.-A general

CORN MARKET, FRIDAY.-IXPORTATIONS meeting of the Westminster Brewery Company (Limited) is convened

Into London from the 28th of Dec. to the 31st of Dec., 1863,

both inclusive.
но м Е.

for the 7th inst., when a dividend is to be declared.-An extraordinary
meeting of the Seend Iron Company (Limited) is called for the 8th

Wheat. Barley. Oats.

Flour. THE REVENUE RETURNS for the year and quarter which ended on inst., to consider a modification of the terms of the contract for sale, Thursday night can be considered no otherwise than as very satisfac- to Mr J. Satchell, of Edgbaston, of the company's works and plant,

Qrs. Qrs. tory. They show a small decrease, but it is a decrease due to remis- which terms were anthorised and approved by a special resolution of English and Scotch sions of taxation in the Tea Duty and the Property Tax to a much the company passed on the 28th of July and the 13th of August, Poreign greater amount; the recuperative forces at work, both in production 1863."—Notice is given that a petition for the winding-up of the and consumption, having done much to fill up the void caused by Metropolitan Cab and Carriage Company (Limited) is to be heard RAILWAYS AND PUBLIC COMPANIES. reductions in the rates of those imposts. The gross decrease of the before Vice-Chancellor Wood on the 16th inst.- Creditors of the Unity

From the List of Messrs Holderness, Fowler, and Co., Stock and Share year is 1,913,0001., and the pet decrease 552,8091., the difference, General Life Assurance Association are required to send the particulars

Brokers, of Change alley, Cornhill. 1,350,1911., representing the increase accruing from every class of of their claims by the 25th inst. to the official liquidator, the 8th Febrevenue except Customs and Property Tax. The loss under the two ruary having been appointed to adjudicate upon them. The Master of SQARES last-mentioned beads, resulting from remissions, is less than was the Rolls proposes, on the 13th inst., to make a call on the contribuestimated by Mr Gladstone. tories of the Commercial Discount Company (Limited). The amount

RAILWAYS, THE TRADE AND NAVIGATION RETURNS FOR NOVEMBER have of the call is to be 5l. per share, less the amount paid, if any, by the

Calodonlan been published. The quantity of cotton imported was 494,726 cwt. respective contributories of the said company in respect of the shares Stock

1221 Tea held by them respectively. The receipts of the Great Western Rail

Great Northern as against 683,008 in the corresponding month of 1862.


Ditto A 13,705,9921Ds., as against 11,515,319109. Sugar, 809,468 cwt. as way of Canada for the week ending the 11th December were 12,3961., Stock

Great Eastern against 746,255 cwt.; and tobacco, 10,228,3841bs., as against being 3421. less than in the corresponding week of last year.- The Stock

Great Western

664 Lancashire and Yorksbire

1121 9,139,160lbs. Of exports, the total quantity of coals exported during Great Western Railway Company of Canada bave intimated that “the

London and Blackwall the month was 661,823 tons, as against 565,142 tons in the corre- loss on exchange by the conversion of American money received for

London and Brighton sponding month of 1862 ; cotton yarn, 6,627,8571bs., valued at the carriage of through traffic from the commencement of the last

London, Chatham, and Dover

437 712,0002.; cotton manufacturer, white, 96,401,9281bs., valued at half-year to December, 12, 1863, amounted to the sum of 13,1975.63, London and North Western

108 London and South Western...

102 2,104,4801. ; printed, 48,744,118lbs., valued at 1,244,4041. The total and at that date there was a further sum of American funds stili

1304 value of the exports for the month was 12,758,3221., as against remaining to be converted of 23,019.67.”—The London Joint-Stock Stock

North British

533 50%
9,761,5101., in November, 1862.
Bank will pay the dividend due the 1st January on Michigan Central Stock North Eastern, Berwick

Railway Sir per Cent. sterling Bonds. The arrangements are notified
THE MAURITIUS LAND CREDIT AND AGENCY COMPANY (Limited) in connexion with the payment of the guaranteed interest on the sbares


York... has issued its prospectus. This is in every point a bigbly respectable of the Bahia and San Francisco Railway Company from the 6th


967 undertaking, even apart from the stamp which is conferred upon it October last to the 31st ult.- The Bank of Victoria will pay the BRITISH POSSESSIONS. through its being organised and introduced by the International interest about to fall due on the debentures of the Melbourne Gas and stock Cape Town and Dock, 6 per Financial Society. It is another of those useful associations wbose Coke Company. - The East London Bank have notified that they will

cent. guaranteed operations consist in transferring capital from the ordinarily over

East Indian, gurntd. 5 per cnt.


- 1063 105 supplied home market to the colonies, where its fertilising influence open branches on the 1st of January at 31 High street, Shoreditch, Stock

Great Indian Peninsula, guais so much needed. The legal rate of interest on mortgages in that they intend to establish a branch in part of the new building in and 97 High street, Whitechapel.—The Imperial Bank have notified

106 1071 x in

106; x in Stock Madras, gurntd. 5 per cent....

104 105 xin Mauritius being 9 per cent., the company will be able to preserve Victoria strect, opposite the India Council office, now in course of

Scinde, guarntd. 5 per cent....

104 105 x in

- xin such a margin as will enable them to realise a considerable profit

FOREIGN RAILWAYS. the small amount of paid up capital required to conduct the business." erection by the Westminster Chambers Tontine Association.


Bahia and San Francisco (LI. The Credit Foncier system of a sinking fund is to be adopted, and Brighton Railway traffic return shows this week an increase of 1241.

mited) guaratd. 7 per cent.

18 18! xin

xin the company's investments, besides being limited to first mortgages, over last year; and the South-Eastern an increase of 1,7211.-The

37 382 are to be strictly limited in amount. The boards of direction, both share list of the Consolidated Discount Company (Limited) was closed

Paris, Lyons & Mediterranean on the 30th nlt.-Messrs Cama and Co., the Parsee firm, of Gresham in London and the Mauritius, represent very satisfactorily the com

Recife and San Francisco (li. mercial interests identified with the colony. The capital is 250,0001. house, London, and Romford court Liverpool, have intimated by

mited), gwarntd. 7 per cent. in 12,600 shares of 201. ench, of which 1,500 are reserved for Mauri- circular that they have retired from business, and that the partner

San Paulo (Limited) guarantius. It is not contemplated to call up more than 51. per share. The who has carried on the business here will remain only until the

teed 7 per cent.

81 liquidation is completed. The annual meeting of proprietors of the

South Au-trian and Lombardobrokers are Messrs P. Cazenove and Co., and George E. Seymour.

205 201 THE WESTERN Free INSURANCE COMPANY (Limited) is announced, London and Brazilian Bank is convened for the 11th inst. — The half

Southern of France with a proposed capital of 1,000,0001. in 100,000 shares of 101. each, yearly interest at the rate of 7 per cent. per annum upon the preference

Wstn. and N.-Wstn.of France

194 of which the first issue is to consist of 25,000 shares. There is a for payment in due course. The half-yearly interest is announced on shares of the South Eastern of Portugal Railway Company is announced

BANKS. deposit of 102. per share, and 103. more is to be paid on allotment, the debentures of the Canada Landed Credit Company. The Mercan Alliance Bank of London and beyond which, the prospectus states, “no further call is anticipated.”


211 This undertaking is established in connection with the Western Life tile and Exchange Bank, at present occupying temporary offices at 41

Bank of Egypt Assurance Society, which was formed in the year 1842. Through Mincing, lane. have purchased the banking-house, No. 4 Lombard

Bank of London this connection the new company will bave the advantage of a large street, where their business will be carried on as soon as the necessary

City number of organised agencies in full working order, and will thus be alterations are completed. A call of 5s. is to be paid

on the class A,

Colonial ... able to get into operation at once. It is also promised that the forms- or preference shares of the East Indian Iron Company by the 20th

Imperial Ottoman

18! London Chartered of Australia

27 g tion of the company shall entail only a small expense. The chief inst.— Messrs Baring Brothers and Co., and Messrs Glyn and Co., have announced the interest due yesterday on the Canadian Consolidated

Londou and County ofices are in London and Manchester, with branch offices at Birming. Five per Cent. Stock.-The warrants for the half-year's interest on the


London Joint Stock ... ham, Liverpool, Plymouth, Shrewsbury, Bradford, and other im.

London and South African

27 portant places. The direction is respectably composed, with a strong to the proprietors, and are now

payable at the Union Bank of London. stock of the Great Southern of India Railway Company have been forwarded

London and Westminster infusion of the provincial element. The interest on the Mortgage Bonds of the company is also payable

South Australia THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN LIBRARY COMPANY (Limited) is an, on presentation. The London and North-Western Railway traffic

Unlon of Australla ... nounced. The capital is to be 100,0001., in 10,000 shares of 101. return shows this week an increase of 9,9681. over last year; the Great

Union of London each, of which it is proposed to call up only one-half. The object Northern an increase of 5,3031.; the Great Eastern an increase of

MISCELLANEOUS. of this undertaking is to form a public circulating library on a solid 4,3661. ; and the Great Western an increase of 9,0011.—The traffic Australian Agricultural foundation. It is promised not only that every book of value or receipts on the Madras Railway Company's south-west line for the four interest shall be added to the library as soon as it appears, but that months ending 31st October last bave amounted to 76,3381., against

Crystal Palace new works shall be circulated immediately after their publication, 53,8951. for the corresponding period of last year, being an increase of

27; 2-4

Peninsular and Oriental and these conditions the company guarantees. Special attention is to 22,9431., or upwards of 41 per cent., the mileage remaining the same.

Royal Mail be given to the supply of foreign literature, including that connected On the company's north-west line the receipts for the four months with the East and the colonies. A point will also be made of pro- have been 4,7211. on 41 miles open, against 2,0141. on 32 miles open

East London Water Works ... viding for the subscribers the best and latest publications relating to for the same period of last year; showing an increase of nine miles or West Middlesex Do. science and the liberal professions—medicine, surgery, civil engineer- 28 per cent. in the length of way open, of 2,7071. or 139 per cent. in ing, philology, and the mathematical and physical sciences. Pro- the receipts, and an increase on the receipts per mile of 824 per cent

Stock East and West India Docks visional arrangements have been made for the purchase of the stock compared with those of the corresponding period of last year. It is and good will of the oldest library in the metropolis-viz., Hook- notified that the balf-yearly dividend on Ålabama Five per Cent. Ster imperial Gas ... bam's, in Old Bond street. The Messrs Hookham will take a con ling Bonds. due in London in January, with Messrs Reid, Irving, and siderable portion of the purchase money in shares, and will give Co., will be paid by the Union Bank of London.-The Master of the

United General Do. their services in the management for a certain period. The direction Rolls proposes on the

11th inst
. to appoint an official liquidator of the

Westminster Chartered Do.
is chiefly composed of gentlemen well-known in the
literary world. Roodee Iron Ship-building Company (Limited). — The traffic receipts of

INSURANCES. A vacancy has occurred, however, in the board, as orginally consti- the Copiapo Extension Railway for October, 1863, were 8,168.40 dols., and


151 159 tuted, through the lamented death of Mr W. M. Thackeray.

135 working expenses, 4,676.27 dols. ; showing a surplus of 3,492.13 dols.


6 THE LAND MORTGAGE BANK OF INDIA bave put out an adver- This is an increase over the preceding month of 768.38 dols., and over tisement in which they state that, application having been made to the corresponding period of 1862 of 1,881.46 dols.--As regards the


505 511 them to undertake the agency of a credit foncier in the Mauritius, a Copiapo Gas Company, the profit for the month of October was

Imperial Fire special general meeting of the shareholders has been summoned for 1,803.97 dols., and the operations were being prosecuted with satisfacMonday, the 11th of January, at the London Tavern, for the purpose tory results. We are requested to mention that Mr G. W. Constable, London Fire and ship of considering the propriety of enlarging the provisions of the articles late of the firm of Henderson and Constable, and Mr J. Wykes have

8f of association, so as to enable the company to undertake such and commenced business at 21 Minciog lane, as colonial produce-brokers, similar agencies for other companies throughout the British posses- under the style of Constable and Wykes.

THE FUNDS.-CONSOLs opened on Monday at 918 for money and sions in the East.

closed on Friday at 91$. THE PROPOSED OXFORD-STREET RAILWAY meets with very in. WEEKLY TEXPERATURE : 8 a.m. M. 34*, Tu. 49°, W.420, Th. 370, F. 34°

SATURDAY, ONE O CLOCK. fuential opposition. On Wednesday a public meeting of the

FOREIGN (continued). inbabitants of Oxford street and its neighbourhood was held at the WEEKLY RETURN OF BANKRUPTS : Tuesday, 28; Friday, 47.

Peruvian 1862

84) 855 Court-house, Marylebone lane, for the purpose of opposing a bill to

Do. July Account 913 914 Russian 5pr. Cent.1862

3 per Cent, Reduced ... 90% come before parliament io the ensuing session, entitled “The Oxford

Ditto 45 per Cent. 3 per Cent, New

Sardinian 5 per Ceat. METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET, MONDAY.—The arrivals of street and City Railway Bill,” which authorises its promoters to

2361 Spanish 3 per Cent, 531

53% construct an underground railway from the Marble-arch to Farring- cattle and sheep, &c., into the port of London from the Continent during India Stock

341 don street, passing underneath the whole distance of Oxford street. the past week have been large. The Custom-house official return Do. 5 per cent. Loan : 1068 1064 Do. 3 pr.Cent. NewDef. 463

7 4 dis Ditto, Certificates Mr P. Grabam occupied the chair, and having opened the proceed gives an entry of 2,184 oxen, 135 calves, 10,497 sheep, and 358 pigs, Exchequer Bills together making a total of 13,174 head, against 4,152 head at the same

Turkish 6 per cent. ... ings, Mr Burgoyne moved a resolution to the effect that the making period last year.

Egyptian of the railway in question would be destructive to the trade of

French 3 per Cent. 663 664


Italian 5 per Cent. 678 684 xd
Oxford street, and ruinous to a large proportion of its residents. Mr

Ditto 4 per Cent.
Mexican 3 per cent ... 361 864 Ditto Consolidés

471 Field seconded the resolution, which was agreed to unanimously.

Portuguese 1853
474 483 xd

243 Messrs Michell, Gotto, Whitmore, Hindley, Galsworthy, and others

Ditto, 1862

474 474 | Ditto 1862 addressed the ineeting in opposition to the scheme, and resolutions Prices per Stone.

Prices per Stone. were also adopted calling on the Metropolitan Board of Works, the vestry of Marylebone, and the vestries of the adjacent parisbes, to Beer 's 4 to 5 2 Beasts

s. d. 8. d.

BANK OF ENGLAND.-An Account, pursuant to the Act 7th and 2,755 Beef 3 8 to 5

8th Victoria, cap. 32, for the week ending on Wednesday, the 30th day of oppose the bill by all the means in their power. Mr Nicholay said Muttn å

0 to 6 0 Sheep 10,330 Muttn 4 0 to 6 0 Sheep
as the representative of Marylebone at tbe Board of Works he would Lamb
take care that the whole facts of the case should be laid before that Veal

3 6 to 5 4 Pigs
270 Veal 4 0 to 5 4 Pigs

340 Notes issued

£28,332,240 Government Debt £11,015,100 Pork 3 2 to 4 4 body, who by a recent act had the power of refusing their assent to

Other Securities


Gold Coin and Bullion - 13,682,240 any plan they thought damaging to the metropolis, or any portion

Silver Bullion thereof. If this assent was withheld there would be no fear of this

CORN MARKET, MONDAY. bill passing

Per Quarter.
Per Quarter.

£28,332,240 GRAIN IMPORTED TO DUBLIN.-The Dublin Evening Post says:

Dec. 31, 1863.

M. MARSHALL, Chief Cashier. Last “We have prepared with considerable care the grain imports seaward into Dublin for the year. Of wheat we received 384,106 quarters,

Wheat, English 398 50s 418 508 Beans, English 30s 42s 315 42s Proprietors' Capital £14,553,000 Government Securities (10-
- Foreign
Foreign 308 36s 30s 368 Rest

3,251,018 cluding Dead Weight ADbeing a decrease, as compared with the previous year, of over Barley, English 32s 385 325 388 Peas, English 34s 50s 34s 50s Public Deposits (including


£10,957,330 100,000 quartere. Maize, 256,986 quarters, about 5,000 quarters Foreign

Exchequer, Savings' Banks,

Other Securities

22,383,824 Commissioners of National

Notes over last year. Flour, sacks and barrels, 76,572, an excess over last Oats, English

8,206,210 Debt, and Dividend AC

Gold and Silver Coin year of about 8,000.”

680,865 17s 23s Flour, English

• 10,841,991 MISCELLANEOUS.—The half-yearly meeting of the London and

Foreign 32s 36s 32s 36s Other Deposits

13,021,212 Greenwich Railway Company is called for the 12th inst., when a half

Seven Days and other Bills 560,508 yearly dividend of 11. 78. id. per cent., or 6s. 6d. per share, clear of HAY MARKET.—Per load of 36 trusses: Hay, £8 0s. to £4 109.

£42,227,729 income-tax, will be recommended. A special meeting of proprietors Clover, £Os. to £5 108. Straw, £1 6s. to £1 103.

Dec, 31, 1863.

M. MARSHALL, Chief Cashier,

55 40




[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][subsumed][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]
[ocr errors]


Government considers itself released from the engagements entered DENMARK AND GERMANY.

The Federal Execution.

into by its adhesion to the London treaties, and that it looked upon Altona, Dec. 25.- The Federal Civil Commissioners have issued a Prince Frederick as being entitled to the hereditary succession. The Speech of the King of Denmark to his Chamber.

proclamation stating that Altona will be their seat for the transaction Minister further stated that the representative of Wurtemburg at the

of business. The reports hitherto sent to Herr von Ploen at Copen- Federal Diet had recaived instructions to act in conformity with these The following is the speech from the King of Denmark, which was hagen are henceforth to be forwarded to the Commissioners. Prayers views. In conclasion, Baron von Hugel announced that Wurtemburg, read by the President of the Council at the last sitting of the Rigsraad are to be put up in the churches only for the Government, its council. Bavaria, and Saxony were fully agreed upon the Slesvig-Holstein on the 22nd:

lors, and servants. The Danish troops leave Neumunster to-day: question. “We, Christian IX., by the Grace of God, &c. To the Rigsraad, our Duke Frederick has been proclaimed in Pinneberg, Elmshorn, and BERLIN, Dec. 31.- The Austrian and Prussian ministers will leave Royal greeting! When this assembly, which has to-day arrived at Glückstadt.

Copenhagen in a few days if the constitution of the 18th November is the end of its labours, met for the first time eight years ago, it was 26.-A proclamation of the Federal Commissioners has been pub- not rescinded by the end of the year. The Norddeutsche Zeitung of received with the hope tbat it would finish the arrangement announced lished to-day, expressing itself in very decided terms against any pre- to-day says: “We learn that the adhesion at the Federal Diet of in the royal rescript of 1852 for a collective representation of the common

mature measures on the part of the people, and especially against any Austria and Prussia to the occupation of Slesvig has already elicited affairs of the monarchy. This hope would bave been realised if the act anticipating the decision of the Federal Diet by proclaiming the a protest from the English Government. England has stated to the Germanic Confederation in its relations with Denmark had kept to the Prince of Augustenburg. The Federal Commissioners further pro- German Government that in case German troops cross the Eider, she limits of its federal competency. The Rigsraad well knows that it was nounce against any arbitrary removal of functionaries, and call upon will be unable to refuse the assistance requested by Denmark.” only with great reluctance, and under threats of a recourse to coercive the people to strictly obey their previous proclamation. No objection DRESDEN, Dec. 31.-Prince Frederick of Augustenburg has inmeasures, that the Danish Government has been brought by the Con- will be made to expressions of sympathy with the House of Augus- formed the Federal Commissioners that he does not intend either to federation to abolish the collective constitution for Holstein and Lauen- tenburg. General Hacke has received official notification from the assume the government immediately, or to oppose the Federal resoluburg: The Rigsraad is aware, moreover, of the steps taken at differ. chief of the Danish general staff that Rendsburg will be evacuated by tions of the 7th inst. ent times for the re-establishment of the constitutional union without the Danes. According to private information received from Copenbeing able to obtain the assent of the States of Holstein, required as an hagen, Mr Hall has declared to the Ministers of Austria and Prussia indispensable condition by the Confederation. The new charter voted that he no longer considers them as members of the Diplomatic Corps. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE DUKE OF by the Rigsraad, and sanctioned by us, under date of the 18th of The Ministers have, nevertheless, not quitted Copenhagen, in conse

AUGUSTENBURG AND THE EMPEROR November last, rests upon the same basis as the actual collective consti- quence of special orders received from their Governments. It is said

NAPOLEON. tution. The separation of common matters from local matters is not that the Scandinavian party has sent agents to Stockholm. The subjected by this charter to any kind of modification ; while it does not Prince of Augustenburg has been proclaimed at Neumunster and The Cologne Gazette of Tuesday publishes a correspondence give to the Rigsraad any power in matters pertaining up till now to the Oldesloe.

between the Pretender of Holstein and the Emperor Napoleon. peculiar authority of the special representations. It is true that it will

30.-General Hetke and his staff left for Nortorf this morning. The following letter is from the former : not have the force of law except in the part of the Danish monarchy The Federal vanguard is said to have reached Hohenstedt. The six

Sire, -Having taken possession, after the decease of his late where the Germanic Confederation exercises no authority; but as it Holstein villages which have been incorporated with Slesvig are to be Majesty Frederick VII., of the government of the Duchies of is our intention to grant to our German federal territories the same occupied to-morrow. The Danes have evacuated the tête de pont near Slesvig-Holstein--the obligation to do so being imposed on me autonomy and the same liberty, the road will be thus laid open towards Friederichstadt, and the Danish troops are also preparing to quit in my quality of legitimate heir-I venture to submit to the high intimate union by the agreement attained of the Rendsburg.

justice of your Majesty some observations relative to the rights Rigsraad with the States of Holstein. To such an accord

31.-In consequence of the resolution passed yesterday by the which it is my duty to claim in the name of my house, and still the new constitution will oppose no

obstacle whatever : and municipality, a deputation from the municipal authorities will proceed more so in the name of my country. it is certainly only by à misunderstanding that certain to Kiel to pay homage to the Duke of Augustenburg in the name of Assuredly the essential points of this grave question have not Powers have believed that they saw in it motives for leaving undecided the city of Altona.

escaped the penetrating regard of your Majesty, but the spirit of the question as to whether they would execute the engagements imposed

RENDSBURG, Dec. 26.—The military are busily engaged in pulling party and the passions excited by interests foreign to the question by treaties contracted by them without any condition. Side by side down the palisades which have been erected here.

of right have so tended to obscure this cause, so simple in itself, with the exaggerated demands raised by the Germanic Confederation,

Gotha, Dec. 28.-Duke Frederick of Augustenburg received an that your Majesty, I hope, will excuse the eagerness which in. tendencies have been manifested in Germany which would result in the official deputation to-day from the University of Kiel, consisting of duces me to succinctly recall in this letter the bases on which, as dismemberment of the Danish monarchy. The authors of such subver the Deans and Professors Fricke, Neuner, Litzman, and Thoulon, who it appears to me, the cause should be judged. Just in the sight sive plans imagine they have found an efficacious instrument.

We were the bearers of an address of allegiance from the Academical of God, the cause which I am called on to defend certainly has console ourselves with the hope that Europe will know how to maintain Consistory,

not to dread the judgment of any impartial tribunal. It suffices for the Danish monarchy the collective succession, the unaltered exist

BERNE, Dec. 28.—The Duke of Angustenburg has annonnced to that it should be investigated without prejudice. enco of which it has recognised as indispensable to the preservation of the Federal Council and the other European Governments his accession All the sympathy which the unfortunate situation of my the general peace. Although we have given satisfaction to all federal to the throne of Slesvig and Holstein.

country might inspire may be dispensed with-a rigorously imresolutions concerning our territories connected with Germany, German

Kiel, Dec. 29.--Baron Könneritz and the Federal troops have met partial examination of our rights and our troubles is all that we troops are on the eve of invading, not only our duchy of Holstein, but with a brilliant reception on the part of the inhabitants. Senator demand in the face of Heaven. And it is this rigorous but imeven our duchy of Lauenburg, the contentment and fidelity of which Thommsen has proclaimed Duke Frederick, amid great acclamations. partial examination, but free from all prejudice that before all have been testified to us by convincing proofs. In such a case it is

Copenhagen, Dec. 28.- It is now most probable that the Ministers I venture to hope, with entire confidence, from your Majesty, impossible for us to recognise the legality of the federal execution ; will remain in office. On Saturday last the members of the Cabinet, from that spirit of high justice which you have so many times however, to avoid as much as is possible the outbreak of hostilities, we and several eminent statesmen belonging to different political parties manifested in so magnanimous a manner. have deemed it right to withdraw our troops in order to concentrate in the Rigsraad, had an interview with the King. They were all But, sire, in contining myself to demand justice for my country, our whole force of resistance on this side of the Eider, well convinced unanimous that a legal suspension of the common Constitution is now I should not forget the circumstances which especially imposed on As we are that our brave and loyal people will unite in perfect harmony impossible. The reasons stated were that wherever the Federal troops me a duty, and which without doubt will be of great weight in the around their King, when the safety and liberty of the country are at have entered a revolution bas been accomplished under their protection, sight of a generous equity. In the cause of the duchies, positive and stake. By these words we present to the members of onr Rigsraad our by which King Christian has been deprived of his rights as Duke of historical right is found in union with the wishes of their numerparting salutation. We express to them our thanks and those of the Holstein. The Pretender has also been proclaimed, and any expres- ous and loyal population, with their dearest and most holy incountry for their perseverance in their work, and the fidelity of their sion of loyalty suppressed, all in the presence of the Federal troops. terests—with the interests of their nationality. Your Majesty has devotion, during the difficult years which have claimed their activity, The principal clergyman in Altona was compelled to fly from the town never been indifferent to the voice of oppressed peoples-the as well as for the eagerness with which they have responded to the for remaining loyal to King Christian.

whole of Europe bear witness to this. Your Majesty will still appeal of the country in its present situation, so full of imminent dan

29.-Dr Monrad, up to the present Minister of Public Worship, has design to sympathise with the sufferings, with the unjust oppresgers. We pray God to bave you in His keeping-you, together with been intrusted with the formation of a new Ministry. A rumour is sion, which the inhabitants of Slesvig-Holstein have suffered beourselves and to watch over the safety of our dear people. Done at

current here that England has proposed a conference of the seven cause they have remained faithful to the traditions of their country our residence at Christiansburg, Dec. 21, 1863. CHRISTIAN R."

Powers wbo signed the Treaty of London of 1852, at which the repre- and to the language and customs of their fathers. It is through After the reading of the above message the members of the Rigsraad sentative of the Federal Diet would also be present.

me, from the success of my claims, that they expect the terminaseparated with shouts of “ Long live the King !"

31.– The ministerial crisis has terminated. Bishop Monrad has been tion of their sufferings, and I venture to say that it is on this

appointed President of the Council and Minister of Finance, and will account, on account of these hopes, I cannot renounce the duty The Danish Protest.

act provisionally as Minister for Foreign Affairs. The War Minister, of seeking the re-establishment of the hereditary rights which have The following is the translation of a note addressed to the Ministers office. The King has gone to visit the army.

M. de Thesthrup, and the Minister of Justice, M. Casse, remain in devolved upon me. of Foreign Affairs of Prussia, and (with the necessary alterations of

Besides, we cannot refuse to perceive that the question so much

HAMBURG, Dec. 28.- The towns of Neustadt, Bramstedt, and Marne debated in the duchies is now of great importance in more than names and titles) of Austria, Saxony, and Hanover, dated Copenhagen, have proclaimed the Prince of Augustenburg without the participation one respect, and extends far beyond

the material interests imDec. 19, 1863 :

of the authorities. Four hundred and fifty Holstein soldiers of the mediately involved. It excites å lively and impassioned interest “The undersigned, President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Danish army who had been ordered to the north refused, on arriving at such as, in short, may lead to grave consequences if its effects Affairs of his Majesty the King of Denmark, has the lionoar to Ploen, to proceed further. The Saxon troops have left Altona, which are not appreciated at their just value. The whole of Germany acknowledge the receipt, on the 15th inst., of the note whereby the has been entered by the Hanoverian troops.

is agitated. A glance at the whole of the German countries, from President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Prussia 29.-A proclamation of the Federal Commissioners has been issued, the borders of the Rhine to the shores of the Baltic, suffices to has acquainted him with a Federal decree of December the 7th, and, removing Count Moltke, the President of the Provincial Government produce the conviction that men's minds there are not satisfied, in consequence of the so-called procedure of execution resolved by the of Holstein and Lauenburg, with the Government Councillors Rosen that peace and public tranquillity will never be restored there on a said Federal decree, has requested the Government of the King to and Warnstadt, from their posts, owing to the present circumstances of solid basis ; that

, in short, the torch of revolution will not be ex. evacnate Holstein within seven days. Having without delay submitted the country. Private letters received here state that the six villages tinguished till the question of the duchies is settled in conformity this note to his most gracious Sovereign, the undersigned has been north of the Eider occupied by the Danes have been evacuated without with the laws of equity and with the interest of nationality-until, charged by his Majesty to call the attention of Prussian Govern- delay.

in fact, this country is wrested from the domination of the foreigner, ment to the following observations:

30.—Duke Frederick arrived this afternoon at Kiel, and was re- and restored to its legitimate sovereign. It should be well under“The resolution passed by the German Federal Assembly on the ceived with great enthusiasm by the inhabitants. The German troops stood that any decision in an opposite sense can only be 7th of this month is deprived already of all binding force for the and the Commander-in-Chief arrived at Ivenstedt to-day, and are ex- regarded as provisional in the eyes of 40,000,000 of Germans. Even Royal Government by the circnmstance that it has been passed after pected to reach Rendsburg at eleven a.m. to-morrow, when detach- should it be sought to clothe such a decision in the most solemn forms, the illegal exclusion of his Majesty's plenipotentiary from the Assembly. ments are to be sent to Friederichstadt.

it would never be regarded by the nation otherwise than as a struggle Besides, with regard to the fact that the said decree pretends to be 31.-An eye-witness who has arrived here states that the tète de to be recommenced. Without doubt it is superfluous to descant further founded on the preceding Federal decree of October 1, it is impossible pont of Friedrichstadt was blown up by the Danes last night, and has on the dangers of such a situation. They are but too evident. for the King's Government to consider this latter as a valid motive for been totally demolished. Advices from Lauenburg to the 29th inst. And he who demands justice in the name of a right venerable and the procedure of execution which has recently been resolved, for the state that popular demonstrations have taken place against the resolu- sacred on so many accounts, and in the name of important interests of following reasons : That the ordinance of March 30 of this year, tions of the Assemblies of the nobility and the landed proprietors in which destiny has rendered' him depositary-will it not be permitted against which the said decree was directed, has since been formally favour of Denmark.

to him to believe that your Majesty intends, and that fate offers you repealed ; that the mediation offered by the British Government, with On Wednesday night the Duke of Augustenburg travelled by way the opportunity, to second the noble enterprises for which Europe is a view of reconciling the pending differences between Denmark and of Harburg by steamer to Gluckstadt, and thence by special train to bound to thank you—those generous efforts, the object of which is to the Confederation, has been accepted by the Royal Government in the Kiel, where he arrived at three o'clock. He entered the town in an render justice to the interests of nationality, in avoiding the dangers sitting of the 29th of October ; that the King's Government, in the open carriage, and was received with great enthusiasm. The prince which surround their claims, as eloquent words have recently prosame sitting, declared itself ready to meet the Confederation in every was proclaimed Duke of Slesvig-Holstein, and showed himself to claimed before the whole of Europe. point in which the autonomy or equality of rights claimed for the the people. By request of the inhabitan:s, the duke will remain three In confidently submitting the question of right to the enlightened Federal provinces should not be considered as being sufficiently days at Kiel in a private capacity. In order not to aggravate the diffi- appreciation of your Majesty, I dare to hope, sire, that the noble cause guaranteed at present. But the singular character of the pretended culties of the Federal Commissioners, the duke intends subsequently to confided to me will find its best support in the elevated views and the Federal execution bas become still inore perceptible since the Federal return to Altona. The Federal Commissioners have applied to Frank- generous sentimeuts which animate you. In casting a retrospective Assembly has pretended to question his Majesty's right of succession fort for fresh instructions.

glance over my past life, I find in it melancholy reminiscences. " I also and the validity of the treaty of London of May 8, 1852. For, even The Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark will shortly proceed to have had to struggle against an adverse fate; I have had to support considering the matter from the point of view of the German Con- the army. His royal highness is now residing in Slesvig. The painful reverses; and if a feeling of pride were permitted me, I would federation, it must be admitted that any demand on the part of the Con- King will visit the army at the beginning of January. The Royal- add that I also have never lost courage, I have never renounced hope, federation with regard to the position which his Majesty should effects have already arrived at Gottorf. The Danes distrust the Sles. nor forsaken my duty. May Providence also accord, in a much more accord to Holstein in his capacity of Duke of Holstein, must be vig regiments, and occupy them in the construction of earthworks. modest degree, that fortunate success of which one of the most illussubordinate to & preceding acknowledgment of the King as Duke of FRANKFORT-ON-THE-Main, Dec. 28.-At an extraordinary sitting trious sovereigns of Europe and one of the most powerful crowns offers Holstein and Lauenburg. Lastly, I must observe that the request of the Federal Diet to-day the representative of Hesse Darmstadt to the world so glorious an example. addressed to the King's Government is not in conformity with the pre- moved the immediate occupation of Slesvig, to insure the rights of the When I recall the happy days I have been permitted to spend in scriptions laid down in the regulations for the procedure of execution, German Confederacy. Austria and Prussia proposed that Denmark France, at the court of your Majesty, when I proceeded thither to dated August 3, 1820 (Article 10), namely, in this important point, should be called upon to withdraw the ordinances referring to the in- present the homage of sentiments wbich are due to you on so many that it has not been made possible for the King's Government to avoid corporation of Slesvig with Denmark, and that the Diet, in case of this accounts, the remembrance of the magnanimous interest which your the execution by submission to any precise demands addressed to it. not being done, should reserve to itself the right of taking further Majesty was good enough to display towards me, of the kind words Far from this

, the execution itself appears simply as the only object measures as to the succession question. These proposals were referred to which you did me the honour to address to me, presents itself vividly of the Federal resolution. His Majesty, my most gracious Sovereign, the Committees on the Danish question An English note was rend to my memory. It is a sweet

satisfaction to dwell on this, and this is under these circumstances unable to recognise the so-called execu- and referred to the committee upon Holstein affairs. The

note officially happy memory seems to me to be a guarantee for the future. I now tion resolved by the Confederation as a legitimate procedure founded communicates to the Confederation the existence of the Treaty of May await without fear the decision to which your Majesty will be pleased in the Federal law, but intenda, on the contrary, to reserve formally 8, 1852, and adds that if by over-hasty measures the Confederation to arrive at respecting my good and just cause. Full of confidence, I his sovereign and dynastic rights. His Majesty has, therefore, cum departs from the course thereby marked out the most serious complica. dare to hope that you will not reject a claim for rights the legitimacy manded the undersigned to protest by this present, and in the most tions may ensue. England is, however, ready to take part in a Con of which cannot be doubted; that, on the contrary, you will deign to solemn manner, against the unquestionable encroachment which has ference

at which representatives of the Diet should be present, as well receive my claims with a generous sympathy, and accord to them the been announced to him, and reserves for himself to take such further as the Powers which signed the treaty.

powerful support of the suffrage of France. —I have the honour to resolutions as he may consider reconcileable with his rights and in STUTTGARDT, Dec. 31.-In the Chamber of Deputies to-day the be, &c.,

(Signed) FREDERIC. terests. The undersigned avails himself, &c.-(Signed.) C. HALL.” Minister for Foreign Affairs, Baron von Hagel, declared that the Gotha, Dec. 2, 1863.


is in knowing beforehand the points which would form the object of the the house, and some men who had penetrated into the upper stories escutcheon from the Government buildings. They are likewise re

The Emperor's reply is as follows:

Mail say: “The French bave occupied Queretaro with a force of murderer is James Clitheroe, a glass polisher, aged thirty-five, a married My Cousin, — I have read with great interest the letter which you about 10,000 men and 5,000 Mexicans under Márquez. They are man, with five children, who lived near the deceased. On Monday have sent to mo, and I basten to reply to it. I know nothing more pushing forward towards Guanajuato. Between the latter point and morning several of the school children arrived at the deceased's

house, honourable than to be the representative of a cause which supports Queretaro are the troops of Juarez. Comonfort

, who was going to and there found that the front door was fast. J. Monsdell, a neighbour, itself on the independence and the nationality of a people; and on take the command over these, was surprised, together with five having entered the house, went into the kitchen, and at the bottom of this account you may rely on my sympathy, for I shall be always generals and several officers, by the Indians under Mojia, one of the staircase leading to the bedrooms saw a man's shoes. He proceeded consistent in my conduct. If I have fought for Italian independence, Márquez's generals, and all were shot the same day.”

upstairs, and, in a small back bedroom, on the bed, which was satuif I bave raised my voice for Polish nationality, I cannot have other News from Vera Cruz to the 2nd ult. bas been received in Paris. rated with blood, lay Clitheroe, undressed, and bleeding from a gash sentiments in Germany, nor obey other principles. But the great The report of General Miramon's death is confirmed. General in his throat. Monsdell ran down stairs and called in Police-constable Powers are united by the Convention of London, and their assembling Bazaine is on his march towards the Pacific. Another corps is march- Turner, who was passing. When Turner entered the room, Clitheroe, can alone resolve without difficulties the question which interests you. ing upon San Luiz. Solas and Ormachez have resigned their posts as who was almost dead from loss of blood, waved his hand in the I regret, then, very sincerely on this account, as on so many others, members of the regency. General Negre commands at the city of direction of the other side of the bed. Turner went round the bed, that England has refused to assist at the Congress which I proposed. Mexico. The French troops will shortly evacuate Vera Cruz, and lifted up the bedclothes, and there found the body of Mary Woods.

It is unfortunate that the Diet was not consulted on the rights of a the Mexican forces will occupy all the districts of the Terra Caliente Her head was almost severed from her body. Clitheroe was in a fearful duchy forming part of the German Confederation ; also Denmark may actually conquered. M. De Saligny is about to retorn to France. state, his windpipe being also severed, and he was bleeding a great be in the wrong as regards Germany; but on one side I deplore that

deal. The ceiling of the room and the walls were spattered with blood, the Confederation believed itself obliged to intervene in Holstein

and on the wall over the head of the bed were finger marks of blood. before the question of succession was decided, for intervention, which


Dr Rigg pressed the edges of Clitheroe's wound together, when the can bring on very grave complications, does not decide this question, and if Denmark were oppressed by powerful neighbours, public opinion

ON SATURDAY an inquest was held on the body of a man, name un- 'three o'clock this morning. She cut her throat and then I cut mine."

man said, “We made it up to cut our throats, and we did it about in France would incline towards her.

known, and apparently about fifty years of age, found lying on the A razor covered with blood was found on the floor, wrapped in a nightI therefore sincerely wish that your rights may be examined by the North Kent Railway between the strood and Gravesend stations, with dress. There was no blood on the deceased's hands, as there must of the Convention of London, and that thus the national sentiment transverse direction to the rails

, with the feet nearest them, and in such greatly disturbed, as if a struggle had taken place; and it would have common accord a legitimate satisfaction. I embrace with pleasure this placed himself on the metals, in order that he might commit suicide. in which she was found, after receiving the wound which killed her

. occasion to offer you the assurance of my esteem and constant favour

. The jury returned a verdict that the deceased was accidentally killed. On Monday night Clitheroe made a further statement, to the effe:t On this, my cousin, I pray God that He may have you in His sacred

AN INQUEST was held on Saturday at Guy's Hospital, touching the that he had slept with the deceased, Mary Woods, twice previously, keeping.


death of Mr W. C. Brewerton, aged forty-four, who lost his life by an and that they both agreed to commit suicide. He said that he had got

accident at the Greenwich station of the South-Eastern Railway. Mr a razor out of a drawer in the deceased's house, and first gave it to the Compiègne, Dec. 10, 1863

S. Brewerton, Greenwich, said that deceased was a landscape gardener. deceascd, who cut her throat. He then kissed her and cut his own.
He stated to witness that on the previous Tuesday evening he left the He alleges that she lived about half an hour after her throat was cut.

London-bridge terminus by the 9.25 train. He fell asleep, and wben
THE SULTAN AND THE CONGRESS. lie awoke at the Greenwich station he found the carriage in which he
The Moniteur of Tuesday publishes the reply of the Sultan, whom it London bridge and got out, thinking he was stepping upon the plat.
was entirely empty. He opened the same door that he got in by at

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. styles Emperor of the Ottomans, to the Congress proposition. The form. He fell, however, on the line across the metals. An engine following is a translation : "I have received from the Marquis de Moustier came along and ran over both his legs which were left only banging to the letter in which your Imperial Majesty refers to the present position the rest of his body by the skin. He died on the following Thursday

Saturday Evening. of Europe, and to the necessity of assembling in Congress in order to froin those injuries. Mr Harris

, an officer of the railway company, SPEECH OF THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH. concert and to adopt proper measures for settling the present and assur- said that a short time since the doors of the carriages were all kept ing the future. I cordially thank your Imperial Majesty for the senti- locked in consequence of three persons having stepped out, like the Tuileries to-day the Papal Nuncio presented the good wishes of that

PARIS, Jan. 1.-At the reception of the Diplomatic Body at the ments of sincere friendship you bavo displayed towards me on this deceased on the wrong side. But the public seemed to think they body to the Emperor. His Majesty, in reply, thanked the Diplomatie occasion, and I beg you to believe in the perfect reciprocity of iny sen: could never get out fast enough, and the leters and complaints that Body for their good wishes, and said that they were a happy omen for timents, as well as in my most ardent desire to prove to you the high poured in were so numerous that the doors had to be unlocked again, the year which we were about to enter. The Emperor concluded by value l'attach to seeing strengthened the bonds of that secular friendship It was not possible to tell beforehand at which side the train would saying: "Notwithstanding the difficulties which have been brought which so happily exists between the two empires. Sovereign of an empire the iuterests and prosperity of which depend, in great part, frequently seen as many as three-score persons in tlie act of getting out that they will be removed by the conciliatory spirit by which the sove

come up to the platform.– Toplady, engine-driver, said that he bad about by certain events in different parts of Europe, I am convinced upon the maintenance of peace, I shall experience a genuine satisfaction of the wrong side of the train. They were always in such a hurry reigns are animated, and that we shall be able to maintain peace.” in seeing it established upon a solid and durable foundation. As for my that nothing could restrain their impatience.--Mr Groom, stationpersonal views upon the proposition of your Imperial Majesty, I refer master, said that it took ten minutes to open the doors of a locked train, himself to the American ambassador, Mr Dayton, and expressed a hope

The Temps, referring to the speech, adds that the Emperor addressed you to the conversation I have had with your representative, and to the and the public, therefore, would not consent to wait. Mr Harris said that the year 1864 would be one of peace and reconciliation for the friendly communication I have charged my ambassador at your that some persons had made a complaivt to the Board of Trade about United Siates. Majesty's court to make to your government. I avail myself of this the locking of the doors. The Board of Trade sent down and made occasion to renew to yonr Imperial Mujesty the assurance of my sincere inquiries, and then left it to the company to act as they thought fit in SPEECH OF THE KING OF ITALY. affection and inviolate attachment. Constantinople, the 23rd Djémazi- the matter. The jury returned the following special verdict —"That ul-akher, 1280. (5th December, 1863)."

Turin, Jan. 1.-At the reception held by his Majesty to-day the The foregoing letter is followed by the following document, headca, side of a certain railway carriage, and the jurors consider that the rail- Bills regulating the taxation. The people were prepared for the sacri

deceased came by his death accidentally by stepping out of the wrong King advised the deputation from the Senate to deliberate upon the “Note containing an account of the audience of his Majesty the Sultan, addressed the 24th Nov., 1863, to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, safety of the public by locking the doors of railway carriages on that bis regret to the deputation from the Chamber of Deputies that the

way company should take such steps as may be necessary for the fices required by the condition of the country. The King expressed by the Marquis de Moustier.” Sultan's bands the letter of the Emperor, briefly made krown its side of the train which is not to be brought up to the platform.”

year 1863 had not afforded a favourable opportunity to accomplish the contents. The Sultan replied: "I highly appreciate the imperial which resulted in the loss of six lives

, at the Hill-street Tavern, keps about European complications not well defined, which might offer the

EARLY ON CHRISTMAS MORNING a fire broke out at Birmingham, redemption of Italy. His Majesty considered that 1864. would bring idea, and I sincerely thank bis Majesty for his letter. I cannot doubt

by Mr Gameson. the Emperor's sentiments with regard to me; and the entire Ottoman left, the following were the occupants of the house : George Gaineson, the King reckoned upon the country.

On the previous night, when the customers had wished-for opportunity. The country might reckon upon the King, as nation, I am sure, will be extremely sensible of the step his Majesty the landlord ; Mrs Gameson, his wife; Mrs Bradbury, an old lady, who has just taken towards me. I should be very happy to avail

The Sampa denies a statement published by the Europe relating to myself of this occasion of making the personal acquaintance of named Hancocks ; a nurse-girl, named Spratt

, aged about twelve years ; that it had terminated in an unfavourable result. It also says: “The

came that evening to spend her Christmas holidays; a general servant the mission of Count Pasolini to the English Cabinet, and asserting such a sovereign as the Emperor, for whom I have a profound friend. and Mr Gameson's six children, varying in age from two years to policy of the Italian Government is equally removed from the inaction ship, and at tho same time to visit such a beautiful city as Paris; but seventeen. Between four and five o'clock in the morning some persons with which it is reproached by the extreme parties, as from the rash if I had known beforehand the basis upon which an understanding was in the street discovered that Mr Gameson's house was on fire, and the haste imagined at Vienna. The proposition of the Emperor Napoleon to be established it would have been perbaps much better, as in that Aames were ascending

from the upper windows of the house. ambassador immediately replied: " As the Emperor states in his persons crowded to the spot, and the alarm was at once given to the ments to hold themselves prepared for events, but Italy is too sure of letter that he had no preconceived idea he could not draw up a immediately got into use.

fire and police offices. The fire escape was the first to arrive, and was final triumph to compromise European peace."

The engines arrived soon afterwards, and programme. Contiding in their wisdom, he has confined himself to got into play, but the fire had made great headway before they comindicating to all the sovereigns bis allies the situation full of danger in menced work, and the house is completely gutted, though the


THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. which Europe is placed. It is to the Congress alone that it appertains stands fair and unmarked, with the exception of some broken windows. at the Federal Diet that Schleswig and Holsteiu should receive a com

Vienna, Jan. 1.- Austria and Prussia are said to bo about to move to decide the points upon which an understanding is to be established, The bouse has a ground floor and two storeys, the first-floor front being mon constitution, dynastic union being their only tie to Denmark. and in appealing, for the position and the solution of all the questions, occupied as a club-room. Pending the arrival of the fire-escape some to a general discussion the Emperor has given a guarantee sufficient for men had scaled the walls and gained the leads over the bar windows. dated Altona, December 28, has been published in Lauenburg. The

HAMBURG, Jan. 1.-A proclamation of the Federal Commissioners, every interest.” The Sultan replied : “My observation concealed no The landlord had by some means got out of the house, and was franticthe ambassador has just furnished to me, the difficulty that there really ally calling on the people to aid in rescuing his wife and children. authorities of the duchy are therein desired to avoid the designation When the tire-escape came it was reared against the upper windows of

Royal” in all official documents, and to remove the Danish deliberations. I accept, therefore, the invitation which the Emperor has commenced to get out the bodies. Old Mrs Bradbury was found under quested not to wear the

Danish cockade. addressed to me ; but as my presence alone in France would not be suffin the bed in her room, with two of the children. They were all horribly

RENDSBURG, Jan. 1.—The Danish troops evacuated this place cient, I shall only undertake the journey if the other sovereigns themselves burned and scarred, and had been dead for some time. Two other yesterday morning, and 5,000 Saxons, under General Hake, imgo to Paris. In one word," said the Sultan in conclusion, and with a children were also dead, besides the nurse-girl

. Out of six children mediately entered the town, and were enthusiastically received by the

Mr and Mrs Gameson and the elder servant inhabitants. The Danish Commandant stated that he was without meeting of the Congress takes place Turkey will not be the last to be only two were saved. represented at it.” The ambassador having thanked the Sultan for what for she was partially dressed.

It appears as if Mrs Bradbury had not been in bed, instructions respecting that part of the town called the “Kronen werk,”

In each case the flesh of the victims is and ordered the palisades which had been removed to be replaced. he had just heard fall from bislipe, bis Majesty ended by saying I am burnt up until their limbs only resemble sticks of charcoal rather than General Hake allowed until this morning for consideration, threatening about to reply to the letter the ambassador bas delivered to me, and the the remains of humanity.

that if the “Kronenwerk” were not evacuated by that time he should Emperor will be satisfied in every respect with my reply.”

employ force.


New YORK, Dec. 19.-Arrivals at Fortress Monroe on the 18th THE KING OF PRUSSIA'S REPLY TO THE ADDRESS OF Tue EXECUTION OF Alice Holt for poisoning her mother took from Beaufort report that the Federal gunboat Daylight, while engaged THE CHAMBER.

place at Chester on Monday. The evidence at the trial, before Mr in removing the passengers from a blockade runner which had been

Justice Willes, on the 8th and 9th of December, showed that the beached from another gunboat, received a shot from a concealed ConBERLIN, Dec. 31.—In the Chamber of Deputies to-day, the King's prisoner insured her mother's life for 261. at a premium of 6d. per week. federate battery on the shore, which exploded her magazine, blowing reply to the address was read. The King maintains his royal preroga- She induced a person, named Betty Wood, to personate her mother her to atoms, and killing most of her officers and crew. tive with regard to foreign relations. Mature consideration had re- before the doctor. The proposal 'was accepted by the Wesleyan

The Federal Commander Clary, at Halifax, telegraphs to Secretary sulted in the King's resolurion to proceed in the matter of the duchies Assurance Society, and from that time the mother became worse. Welles, under date the 18th, that he has transferred tlic Chesapeake lo in a manner becoming the honour of Prussia and Germany, while on the 25th and 26th the prisoner bought arsenic-a quarter of a the British authorities. observing respect to treaties. The Chamber could not expect that the pound each time, which she put in a jug with boiling water, and THE INDIA, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. King, without taking into account Prussia's international relations, sprinkled about the room where her mother lay to kill vermin. On the should arbitrarily withdraw from tho European treaties concluded in night of the 26th deceased had some brandy-and-water, and complained

Suez, Dec. 30.—The Messageries Impériales steamer Cambodge, 1852. The question of the hereditary succession was being examined of " grounds " being at the bottom. Prisoner said, “ You onght to with the above mails, seventy-six passengers, and 412 bales of silk, by the Federal Diet. The matter to be meanwhile considered by the have drank grounds and all.” Mary Bailey died in the morning arrived here to-day. Chamber was Prussia's Federal duty with regard to the execution, and with all the symptoms of arsenical poisoning, and was buried. The SHANGHAI, Nov. 25.-Major Gordon's steamer, the Firefly, bas been the defence of the country against dangers which might easily and personation came to the ears of the office, and the body was disinterred seized by adventurers. soon arise out of that proceeding. The King, therefore, expected a on the 12th of June, when it was found perfectly fresh but "saturated MELBOURNE, Nov. 25.--Advices from New Zealand announce that speedy adoption of the proposed loan. His Majesty's reply was referred with arsenic," of which no less than 160 grains were found in the the war is proceeding. The natives are said to be evacuating their to the committees upon the load.

stomach and adjacent parts. The prisoner was not tried at the Sum- stronghold.
mer Assizes, in consequence of her being pregnant. The child has

since been adopted by Holt's uncle, the only person who had visited

her during her imprisonment. The execution took place at ten MUNIFICENCE OF A Scotch LADY -Lady Cuningham Fairlie

minutes past eight. When near the drop ber courage failed her, and bas presented to the National Lifeboat Institution 3001. to defray the Amongst the news brought by the Etna from New York is the she was half dragged, half carried to the scaffold. On the platform cost of a new lifeboat, which she wished to be called The Wallace. following: “The British brig Ado, from Minatitlan, Mexico, Novem- she fell on her knees, and moaned piteously, “The Lord have mercy Her lady'ship is the widow of the late Sir J. C. Fairlie, Bart., of ber 19, reports that town closely besieged by the French. All supplies upon me," which she continued to do while Calcraft pulled the bolt. Robertland and Fairlie, and is the daughter of the late J. Wallace, were cut off, and the citizens were suffering from want of provisions. The drop only fell partially, and when it was at last pulled down she Esq., of Cessnock, who, we understand, was a descendant of Sir The rumoured recapture of Puebla by the Mexicans is alleged to have swung about partially strangled for two or three minutes the fall not William Wallace, the hero of Scotland. The National Institution has been confirmed by late arrivals at New Orleans of vessels from Vera being enough to break the neck. About 1,000 people witnessed the now thirteen lifeboats on the Scotch coast. The boat at Thurso is a Cruz. There was no resistance. The number of French troops gar- scene.

gift to the society of Mr A. W. Jaffray, of London, and sared the crew risoning the town being small, they retired before the Mexicans, who

SUICIDE have created of fifteen men of the barque Graces, of Shields, on the 12th ult. The occupied the place with 5,000 men. Advices from Tampico represent great excitement at St Helen's, near Manchester. The deceased is lifebont at Irvine, which was also presented to the institution, by Miss tha French garrison there in a state of siege. No dates are given. Mary Woods, aged thirty-three, a single woman and a cripple, who Pringle Kidd, of Lasswade bank, near Edinburgh, saved likewise a Accounts from Colima of the 20th Nov. brought by the West India kept a small school at her own house, in Duke street. The supposed smack's crew in the early part of the last month.




spelæus; that of Moulin-Quignon, accompanied by the Elephas primi M. EMILE SAISSET, a distinguished member of the Institute and

genius; and that of Bruniquel, found among the bones of the rein- Professor of Philosophy at the Faculty of Letters, died in Paris on AT THE MARYLEBONE OFFICE, on Tuesday, a tall, powerful, well- deer.- Galignani.

Sunday, after a short illness. dressed man, named William Whitehead, aged thirty-six, and who gave

THE WILL of Mrs Willyams, of Tor-Mohun, Devon (of which the the address Wexham Rectory, Buckinghamshire, gentleman, was charged with indecently assaulting Mrs Richardson in a carriage on

THE MURDERER TOWNLEY.-“We have” says the Times, “ autho- following is an amended report), was proved in the London Court, on the Great Western Railway, he being drunk at the time. Mrs Richard-rity to state that while the Judge before whom George Victor the 11tb inst., by the Right Hon. B. Disraeli, M.P., P.C., the surson said: When we stopped at Langley the prisoner and another man

Townley was tried concurred in the verdict, he advised å further viving, executor, the personalty being sworn under 40,0001. The whom I see now at the back of the court got into the carriage where inquiry, in order to ascertain whether the prisoner was or not now testatrix, after leaving legacies to the amount of about 6,0001., has we were. They were both very much intoxicated, and the man not in insane. This inquiry was in consequence undertaken, at the request bequeathed the remainder of her property to Mr Disraeli, expressed in custody was so drunk that he had to crawl

into the carriage on his of the Secretary of State, by the Lunacy Commissioners. Their these words: “ In testimony of my affection and of my approbation hands and knees. Directly the train started the prisoner waved his report, together with a certificate of the prisoners insanity, signed by and admiration of his efforts to vindicate the race of Israel; with stick about in a most threatening manner over our heads, and I was three justices of the peace and two medical gentlemen, has made

it my views he is acquainted, and will no doubt endeavour to accomvery much frightened. The gentleman who is now behind tried to necessary to order bis immediate removal to a lunatic asylum, and plish thein ;” and, furtber, has expressed her wish that he should stop him flourishing his stick, and the more he did so the more the under these circumstances the execution of his sentence has been obtain permission of Ler Majesty to use the surname and arms of the

family of Lara and Mendez de Costa, in addition to or precedent to prisoner called upon him to insult us. Prisoner caught hold of my respited during her Majesty's pleasure.

that of Disraeli. legs and pulled me down. I was terribly frightened. The prisoner's

THE WILL of Samuel George Smith, Esq., of Sacombe Park, Ware, language was most indecent.--Fanny Richardson, sister-in-law to last

Herts, and of Lombard street, banker, was proved in London by his witness, corroborated this.-B. Denning, guard to the train from


sons, S. G. Smith, Esq., M.P., and F. C. Smith, Esq., the executors. Windsor, said : When I got to West Drayton the first witness came out

The personalty was sworn under 500,0001. To his eldest son he bas of the carriage in which she had been, crying, and said that herself,

bequeathed his farms and lands. The Beeches, Herts, and all his her friend, and another lady, had been most grossly insulted by two The EARL OF CHARLEMONT died on Saturday, in his eighty-ninth landed estates in Adelaide and Australia, and bis interest in the bankmen, and their conduct had been most infamous. They asked me to

year. He was one of the representative peers of Ireland and Lieu- ing business, “Smith, Payne, and Smith, Lombard street.” To his place them in another compartment. I did so. After this other pas. tenant of the county of Tyrone, from a small town in which the title son Frederick he bas bequeathed bis interest in the banking establishsengers got into the train and we proceeded as far as Southall

, where was taken. He had two sons and two daughters, all of whom he ment, “ Samuel Smith Brothers, Hull.” To his daughters a legacy himself and some females had been most grossly insulted and threat, the second, William Francis, in 1807, the train stopped. Here a gentleman got out, and said to me that survived. His eldest son, William, Viscount Caulfield died in 1823; of 30,0001. The residue of bis property to be divided amonget his

Both the daughters died un four sons, Samuel, Frederick, Rowland, and Horace. There are legaened by the prisoner and his friend. He gave me his card, and said married. 'The deceased peer's father has be: n called the great Lord cies left to each of the clerks in both the banking establishments of there was then a lady in the carriage in hysterics: I carried the lady Charlemont," from the distinguished part he took as the aristocratic 101. Also 1001. to each of the infirmaries at Nottingham, Derby, ont, cleared the compartment of the other ladies, and locked the leader of the Volunteer movement in 1788, and from the ability with and Hertfordshire. prisoner and his friend in till we got to Paddington, where both the which he advocated the cause of Irish independence in the Irish Par. prisoner and the friend of his who stands behind now were given into liament. But his son and successar, though born in exciting times, London, and New Steyne, Brighton, was proved in the principal

The will of Lady Katharine Stewart, of Bryanston square, custody.-Inspector Mackerell: I was at the Paddington police-station had not his father's talents or energy, and although a steady Wbig, registry by her daughter, Miss S. K. Stewart, the sole executrix. when the prisoner and the man now in court were brought in. The who stood by his party firmly in the struggle for the Catholic eman- The personalty was sworn under 16,0001. Her ladysbip was sister prisoner was very drunk. He treated with the greatest contempt and cipation and Parliamentary reform, he led a very quiet life, unosten- of the seventh Earl of Wemyss, and married in 1805, the Hon. insolence the prosecutrix and her friend, and the other lady. --Mr Knox, tatious, benevolent, and willing to lend his name and influence for Edward R. Stewart, who died in 1851. She bequeaths the property after severely commenting on the prisoner's conduct, remanded him for the promotion of philanthropic and patriotic objects. For a long left to her under the will of her mother, the late Dowager Lady Elcho, a week. A summons was afterwards taken out against his friend by time he had been very little seen in public. Ho resided at his to be divided between her children. To her son Edward she has left the railway company for being drunk in one of the carriages. beautiful mansion near Clontarf in comparative seclusion from the her library, with the exception of 200 volumes, to be selected by her

world, the profound stillness that reigned over the place being seldom daughter Susan, whom she has appointed her residuary legatee. The

broken by visitors. Though thus for years superannuated, it is said plate is to be divided amongst her sons and daughters, in certain proNew JAW-BONES.- The Abbeville jaw-bone, which raised such a that he was cheerful, humorous, and witty to the last, and by no portions. storm a few months ago among geologists, has suddenly received an means wanting in hospitality to bis friends, or kindly interest in what important reinforcement from a new quarter, MM. Gassigou, Martin, was going on in the busy world around him. He will be succeeded

THE DEATHS IN LONDON LAST WEEK were 1,312, which is less by and Trutat baving last week announced to the Academy of Sciences in his titles and

estates by his nephew, Colonel James. Molyneux 246 than the average. There were 14 deaths from small-pos, and 44 the discovery of two new fragments of human jaw-bones, discovered Caulfield, of Hockley, in the county of Armagh, of which he is lieu- from measles.

Scarlatina was fatal in 78 cases, 6 of which were in in the cavern of Bruniquel (Tarn-et-Garonne) under circumstances tenant, and which he represented for some time in Parliament. He Kentish Town, 8 in Islington. Bronchitis was the most fatal in the clearly pointing to the co-existence of man with some of the extinct is married to the only child by his first marriage of Sir William week of all the diseases on the list; it was recorded in 154 cases, species of carnivora, ruminants, and birds. The cavern lies in a mass Somerville, now Lord Athlumney.

whilst the corrected average in ten corresponding weeks is 185. The of Jurassic limestone, and open towards the east at an altitude of about Viscountess Boyle died on Saturday, aged twenty-six. She had deaths from bronchitis rose as compared with the numbers of two seven mètres above the level of the Aveyron. Its floor consists of been confined a week previously with a son, but bad symptoms ensued, previous weeks; but those from pneumonia, which were 81, showed several successive strata—viz., & stratum of stalagmite, 22 centimètres which resulted fatally. She was third daughter of the late Earl of decrease. Whooping-cough increased decidedly; it was fatal to 49 deep; a pudding-stove, interspersed with bones, to 'a depth of 150 Harewood, and married in 1858 Viscount Boyle, eldest son of the children. There were 138 deaths from phthisis. Only two nonagecentimètres; and several black argillaceous strata, to a depth of 120 Earl and Countess of Shannon, by whom she leaves three infant varians died; they were widowe, aged 92 and 95 years. centimètres, interspersed with a quantity of flint implements and weapons, bones of various quadrupeds and birds, and a quantity of round pebbles, comprising garnets, gneiss, quartz, syenite, serpentine,

COLONEL SAMUEL WAYMOUTH, LATE 2nd Lire GUARDS, died on BIRTHS.-On the 28th ult., at 22 Devonshire place, Mrs S. W. &c. Lines of charcoal separate some of these layers, and the bones Saturday, in Upper Grosvenor street, aged seventy. He served in Waley, of a daughter-On the 29th ult., Lady Augusta Sturt, of a of the ruminants bear marks of having been fractured for the

purpose the Peninsular

with the 2nd Life Guards, from 1812, to 1814, and was daughter. On the 27th ult., the Hon. Mrs Nugent Bankes, of a son-On of getting at the marrow, or making them into instruments or weapons; present at the battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, and the the soth. ult., at 9 Carlton road, Maida vale, the wife of J. Vallance, the extremities alone are still perfect, and have enabled the above: battles of the Pyrenees. He also took part in the campaign of 1815, Esq., of a son.

MARRIAGES.-On the 29th ult., S. Bricham, Esq., to Caroline, mentioned gentlemen to ascertain the species of Cervus elephas, Bos including Quatre Bras, covering the retreat of the following day, primigenius, Rhinoceros tichorrinus, and several birds, one of these the 17th, and took part in the battle of Waterloo. He was severely daughter of H. Halsey, Esq., of Henley park, Surrey-On the 29th ult., being very large. But the reindeer is the animal which characterizes wounded and taken prisoner when charging the French Cuirassiers at J. Scarth, Esq., to Margaret, daughter of the late 3. F. T. Wilde, Esq.

„On the 29th ult., Hilare Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late H. Hall, the age of the cavern of Bruniquel. It belongs to M. Lartet's Waterloo.

Esq., of Barton Abbey, Oxon, to J. de Burgh Rochfort, Esq. third palæontological period of the quarternary epoch. The THE DEAN OF ST PATRICK's died on Christmas night in his seventy

DEATHS.-On the 20th ult., at her residence, 4 Edge lane, aged 112 existence of flint implements here would alone be sufficient seventh

year. Dr Pakenham was successively incumbent of Laracor

, years and 6 months, Miss Mary Billinge. She was born at Eccleston, to prove the existence of man in those distant ages ; but in which parish, as well as in the deanery of St Patrick's he was one near Prescot, on the 24th of May, 1751. She retained her faculties in a this existence is placed beyond a doubt by the discovery of Dean Swift's successors ; Ballyroan, Queen's County; and Ard- very remarkable degree to the last. She was never known to have of the two fragments of human jaw-bones, one of the right braccan, in the diocess of Meath. He was also Archdeacon of Emly. been confined to her bed a single day until the week preceding her side and the other of the left, but belonging to different indivi- The gross income of the deanery of St Patrick's is 1,2001. a year, decease-On the 17th ult., at Weymouth, Miss Robinson, aged 83— duals. They are both in a bad state of preservation. Among the but the net income is said not to exceed 900l. It is stated that the On the 22nd ult., at Wansford, W. Reeve, Esq., 83—On the 22nd ult., other fragments of bone there is the humerus of a bird, on which the late dean spent above 2,0001. of his own money in repairing the at Great Yarmouth, Mrs Worship, 91-On the 22nd ult., at Cheltenham, body of a fish is roughly carved. This seems to have been an amulet Cathedral , which he found in a dilapidated state. His sister was on the 24th ult., w. F. Mylius, Esq.,

of Cheyne

walk, Chelsea, 52-Ac or ornament. Ten witnesses were present at the finding of these relics. married to the Duke of Wellington, who once wrote a characteristic Edinburgb, W. Buchanan, Esq., 834On the 21st ult., at Ramsgate, Mrs Hence it appears that three human jaw-bones, belonging to the same note declining to make him a bishop on the ground of this relation Wainewright, 86—On the 25th' ult., at Bridgnorth,'Mr Bland, 81-On type (the brachycephalous one), date from three perfectly distinct ship. His two brothers, Sir Edmund and Sir Hercules, rose to bigh the 25th ult., at Amwell, w. c. Mylne, Esq., F.R.š., 83—On the 27th periods-viz., that of Aurignac, found in company with the Ursus I distinction in the army.

ult., at Fakenham, W. Sheringham, Esq., 83.

[ocr errors]





H. riceand : NICOLL COURT

[ocr errors]

Sole Proprietor and Manager, Mr B. WEBSTER.
Under the Management of Mr BENJAMIN WEBSTER.
For all who court the gay and festive scenes.

TAILORS, 114, 116, 118, and 120 Regent street,
Fifteenth week of the great Tragedienne, Miss Bateman,
Great success.

W. ; 22 Cornhill, E.C., London; and 10 Mosley street, Maain the highly successful Drama of LEAH.

Every evening, THE HEN AND CHICKENS.

chester, On Monday, and during the week. THE SPITALFIELDS Stirling. With a Comical Conglomerative Absurdity entitled


GENTLEMEN ara RESPECTFULLY INVITED to WEAVER. Mr J. L. Toole. At Eight, LEAH. Miss Bate 1863: or, THE SENSATIONS OF THE PAST SEASON, For imparting a transcendent lustre to the Hair, and susman; supported by Messrs A. Stirling, R. Phillips, Billington,


a shameful revelation of Lady Somebody's Secret. taining it in decorative charm. Price 3s. 60, 7s., 10s. 6d., | FABRICS for WINTER DRESS. Stuart, Stephenson, Eburne, and Miss H. Simms. To con. Mr J. L. Toole, Mr Paul Bedford, Miss Cottrell, Miss Fanny

and 21s. per bottle. clade with a Fairy Extravaganza by H. J. Byron, Esq., LADY Josephs. With THE BIRTHPLACE OF PODGERS. Mr BELLE BELLE; or, FORTUNEO AND HIS “SEVEN J. L. Toole. The

celebrated Mr and Mrs Charles Mathews, Imparts a radiant bloom to the Cleek and a delicacy and

MAGIC MEN. Mr J. Clarke (from the Strand), Messrs R. Monday, January 11th.
Phillips, Stephenson, Eburne, Romer, and C. J. Smith ; Miss

softness to the Hands and Arm3. Price 4s. 6d. and

• CLOAK MAKERS, 114, 116, 118, and 120 Regent Woolgar, Miss K. Kelly, Miss Patti Josephs, Miss Louise

8s. 6d. per bottle.

street, W.; 22 Cornhill, E.C., London ; and 10 Mosley street, Laidlaw, Miss Seaman, and Miss Willard.

Commence at Seven.


LADIES are RESPECTFULLY INVITED to INSPECT asked by suff- rers from tumours, abscesses, and other

Bestows on the Teeth a Pearl-like Whiteness, and gives a the NEW CLOAKS, PALETOTS, and JACKETS, and the ISS BATEMAN-LE A H.-The alarming diseases, "What treatment of my malady is the pleasing fragrance to the Breath. Price 2s. 9d. per box. CHOICEST FABRICS for the WINTER SEASON. safest and surest ?" The unsolicited testimony of thousands

The Patronage of Royalty throughout Europe, their Tragic Artiste, Miss Bateman, on her first appearance in the

general use by Rank and Fashion, and the universally character of LEAH, in the new five-act Drama of that title, of all corative means. The drugs of which they are com

known efficacy of these articles, give them a celebrity unhaving been nightly repeated, and even exceeded, during the pounded are highly purifying, very strengthening, and

paralleled. last fourteen weeks amidst the applause and tears of crowded altogether uninjurious. The Ointment, when applied to the

Sold by all Chemists and Perfumers.

• TAILORS, 114, 116, 118, and 120 Regent street, audiences, and the profound impression created upon all who affected part, counteracts all bad hunours which are feeding

Ask for "ROWLANDS' " Articles. the disease and poisoning the system. The Pills purify the

W.; 22 Cornhill, E.C., London ; and 10 Mosley street, Manhave witnessed the touching impersonation by Miss Bateman

chester, of the heart-broken Jewish maiden, being confirmed by

entire frame, many malignant diseases which begin in a the unanimous verdict and critical approval of the entire mild and carable form have been stopped in their suspicious


OUT press, the Manager of the NEW ADELPHI THEATRE

course by these invaluable remedies, and many cancers have has the honour to announce that Miss Bateman will appear succumbed to them.

excruciating pain of Gout or Rheumatism is quickly the CHOICEST FABRICS for WINTER DRESS for in the New Drama of LEAH EVERY EVENING, till

relieved and cured in a few days by that celebrated Medicine, YOUNG GENTLEMEN. further notice; and, in order to meet as far as possible the


They require no restraint of diet or confinement during those previously existing.

their use, and are certain to prevent the disease attacking CONSUMPTION, all NERVOUS, BILIOUS, LIVER, and Dr Matthias Lang, following

any vital part. qualities from various roots.

STOMACH COMPLAINTS, in every stage, are only aggratheir example, discovered a preparation, which bis son

Sold at 1s. 11d. and 2s. 9d. per Box by all Medicine vated and accelerated by drugs of every description, but THEATRE ROYAL, DR JRY LANE.

continues to manufacture : this is the Essential Spirit of

perfectly curable by
Managers, Messrs EDMUND FALCONER and Y. B.
Melissus. Its restorative effects are unequalled, it is the

best resource in weakness and is also very useful for Head-
On Monday, December 28th, and following nights, A

ache, Tooth-ache, &c. Sold in Is. 90. and 3s. 6d. bottles, by
After which the GREAT
Barclay and Sons, 95 Farringdon street ; Butler and Crispe,

CONSUMPTION are EFFECTUALLY CURED by sands of cases which had been considered hopeless. We DRURY LANE ANNUAL, in the form of a GRAND COMIC 4 Cheapside ; Cleaver, 63 Oxford street ; Edwards, 67 st


quote a few : Cure No. 58,216 of the Marchioness de Brehan, CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME, entitled SINBAD THE Paul's churchyard; Newbery and Sons, 45 St Paul's church.

Which are DAILY RECOMMENDED by the FACULTY Paris, of a fearful liver complaint, wasting away, with a SAILOR, the Great Rock of the Diamond Valley, and the yard ; Raimes and Co., Liverpool : Sanger, 150 Oxford street ;

-Testimonials from the most eminent of wbom may be in pervous palpitation all over, bad digestion, constant sleepSeven Wonders of the World. The extensive and magnificent Scenery by Mr William Beverley. Characters in the opening

lessness, low spirits, and the most intolerable nervous Sutton and Co., 10 Bow churchyard; and all respectablespected as the most effectual, safe, speedy, and convenient

Chemists throughout the country. Directions for use on the remedy for Cough and all Disorders of the Lunys, Chest, agitation, which prevented even her sitting down for hours by Messrs Neville, Fitzjames, Tom Matthews, and Master

and Throat.

together, and which for seven years had resisted the careful wrapper. Percy Roselle. Misses E. Weston Coventry, Rose Leclercq,

Sold in Boxes, 1s. 13d.; and Tins, 2s. 9d., 45. 6d., and 11s. treatment of the best French and English medical men.Cicely Nott, and Miss Lizzie Wilmore. Harlequinade

each, by T. KEATING, Chemist, 79 St Paul's Churchyard, Cure No. 1,771. Lord Stuart de Decies, Lord- Lieutenant of Clowns, Harry Boleno and C. Lauri. Pantaloons, Diessrs W.

London, Sold retail by all Druggists, &c.

Waterford, of many years' dyspepsia. -Cure No. 49,842. A. Barnes and J. Morris. Harlequins, Messrs J. Cormack VEETH and PAINLESS DENTISTRY.

"Fifty years' indescribable agony from dyspepsia, nervousand S. Saville. Columbines, Madame Boleno and the Misses

ness, asthma, cough, constipation, flatulency, spasms, sick Gunnis. Prices as usual. Box-office open from ten till five street, Oxford street (Established 1820), direct attention to URES of COUGHS by DR LOCOCK'S

ness, and vomiting. María Joly."-Cure No. 46,270. Mr daily.

a new and patented inprovement in Artificial Teeth, by PULMONIC WAFERS.-From Mr Edward Thorn James Roberts, of Framley, Surrey, of thirty years' diseased which a GUM COLOURED ENAMELLED BASE is sub ton, Chemist, Lyme Regis.Gentlemen,- Dr Locock's lungs, spitting of blood, liver derangement, and partial

stituted for the metals and soft absorbing agents generally CHILBLAINS PREVENTED

Pulmonic Wafers have proved most beneficial in pulmonary deatness. -Cure No. 47, 121. Miss Elizabeth Jacobs, of used. By this system all Stumps and Loose Teeth are complaints and coughs to many persons in our town and extreme nervousness, indigestion, gatherings, low spirits, BY USING

carefully protected, avoiding extraction or any painful neighbourhood ; and if my testimony is of any value to and nervous fancies.--Cure No. 54,816. The Rev. James T. ""SAL V E O P E D E S.”

operation. They are self-adhesive, defy detection, and you, you are quite at liberty to make use of it in any way. Campbell, Fakenham, Norfolk, "of indigestion and torpidity

insure an amount of comfort hitherto unattainable without And if the Feet are Tender, a perfect cure is effected.

(Signed) E. THORNTON.-Dr Locock's Pulmonic Wafers of the liver, which had resisted all medical treatment." the use of metals and unsightly ligatures. Consultation give instant relief and a rapid cure of asthma, consumption, In tins, ib., 25. 9d.; 21b., 4s. 60.; 5lb., 1ls.; 1216., 228.; Sold in bottles 29. 6d. each, Wholesale of A. Leigh, free. Teeth from 58. Sets, 5, 7, 10 and 15 Guineas. For coughs, and all disorders of the breath and lungs. They 241b., 40s. --Barry du Barry and Co., No. 77 Regent street, 13_Little Britain; Barclay and Sons, Farringdon street, the efficacy and success of this system, vide 'Lancet.' No have a pleasant taste. Price įs, 11d., 25. 9d., and Ils. per London ; also at 61 Gracechurch street ; 4 Cheapside; 63 and .; and all Patent Medicine Vendors.) connection with any one of the same name. box. Sold by all druggists,

180 Oxford street ; 54 Upper Baker street.

increasing designed for stalls, has added two more rows to ROOTS: -The Indian and other primitive TA





[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]





6 0 3

6 0 4


6 0





E. MOCAS forandrilasco N'S HATS and are orded the reconsidere og mere om det helt

6. "The danger of depriving
the poor of that population WILLIAMING RONMUNGER

, Goy appointment arrangement will be found to be more advantageous to the



E. MOSESCod. Devery Friday evening at sunset


[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

MSOOTHING SYRUP, which has been held in such

WINE is a perfectly palatable-form for administerine (SLER'S GLASS

HE LONDON ASSURANCE attention to their large and well-assorted Stock of COMPANY

(Incorporated by Royal Charter, A.D. 1720), Juvenile Clothing. The newest fabrics are combined with The Directors entertain APPLICATIONS for ALLOT.


FOR FIRE, LIFE, AND MARINE ASSURANCES. the latest and most fashionable designs, and the best work-MENTS of GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY DEBEN. manship.

Head Office-No. 7 ROYAL EXCHANGE, CORNHILL, E.C. E. Moses and Son give particular attention to TURE STOCK, which has been created under the

The real Nickel Silver, introduced more than thirty years

West-end Office-No. 7 PALLMALL, S.W, this important branch of their business, and they can with powers of the Company's Act of 1853, for the purpose of ago by WILLIAM S. BURION, when plated by the patent confidence atfirm that the prices are such as must satisfy the paying off and extinguishing the mortgage døbt of the process of Messrs Elkington and Co., is beyond all comparison JOHN ALEX. HANKEY, Esq., Governor. most economical. This departmont is in a distinct part of Company.

the very best article next to sterling silver that can be BONAMY DOBREE, jun., Esq., Sub-Governor. the premises, which will be found a great convenience for The Stock has a fixed and perpetual yearly dividend or employed as such, either usefully or ornamentally, as by PATRICK F. ROBERTSON, Esq., Deputy-Governor. Ladies and Children. interest, at the rate of 4 per cent. per annum; and such no possible test can it be distinguished from real silver.

DIRECTORS. dividend or interest is the first charge upon the tolls and A small useful set, guaranteed of first quality for finish and Nathaniel Alexander, Esq. Harry George Gordon, Esq.

John Alves Arbuthnot, Esq. Edwin Gower, Esq. invite public attention to their large and well-assorted dividends on any other stock or shares, whether Ordinary, the Company, and has priority of payment over all other

Richard Baggallay, Esq. Samuel Gregson, Esq., M.P. Fiddle 1hread

Henry Bonham Bax, Esq. WINTER STOCK.


A. C. Guthrie, Esq.
Preference, or Guaranteed.

or Old
Bead or Bruns.
or Lily, James Blyth, Esq.

Louis Huth, Esq.
Any amount of stock not being a fraction of a po und can

Silver Pattern. wick

Edward Budd, Esq.

Charles Lyall, Esq.

Edward Burmester, Esq. John Ord, Esq.
HAM" WRAPPER (introduced by them) is the the money by the Company, and will be paid half-yearly,
Interest will commence from the date of the receipt of

Charles Crawley, Esq.
d. £ 8. d. s. d. £ s. d. Sir Frederick Currie, Bart.

Capt. R. W. Pelly, R.N. newest and most fashionable Style of Overcoat for the Season. on the 15th January and 15th July, by warrants on the 12 Table Forks

David Powell, Esq.

I 13 0 2 0 0 2 4 0 3 10 Frederick G. Dalgety, Esq.
Company's Bankers, which will be sent to the address of 12 Table Spoons...

Alexander Trotter, Esq.
1 13 02 0
0 2 4 0 2 10 o John Entwisle, Esq.

William B. Watson, Esq. 12 Dessert Forks 0 1 10 0 1 12 0 1 15 Robert Gillespie, Esq.

Lestock Peach Wilson, Esq. Communications on the subject to be addressed to 12 Dessert Spoons

14 01 10 0 1 12 0 1 15 MADE and BESPOKE CLOTHING, for all Classes

HENRY OAKLEY, Secretary. 12 Tea Spoons....

0 16 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 5 0


Secretary's Office, King's-cross Station, London,
6 Egg Spoons, gilt

Two Members of the Court of Directors in Rotation, and
November, 1863.


0 10 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 13 6 Henry Kingscote, Esq. I John Tidd Pratt, Esq. MOSES and SON'S CELEBRATED

2 Sauce Ladles,
06 0 0 8 0 0 8 0 0 9 0


I Gravy Spoon.. 0 6 6 0 9 0 0 10 0 0 11 0

SPECIAL NOTICE.-The Directors are now prepared to PECIAL APPEAL.—The Committee of 2 Salt Spoons, gil:


0 3 4 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 6 Docks and Public Wharves and Warehouses in London at an urgent APPEAL, to the public for increased funds. I Mustard Spoon, gilt

reduced rates. Full particulars may be obtained upon appliDRAPERY, for all Classes and all Ages.


8 0 2 They spend annually about £7.000, and they receive in

0 0 2 0 0 2 3


I Pair of Sugar Tongso 2 6! o annual subscriptions less than £1,000. In spite of strenuous

NOTICE is also hereby given to persons Assured against Already the 1 Pair of Fish Carvers 1 4 0 1 10 9 1 100 i 10 O Fire, that the Renewal Keceipts 'for Insurances due at 1 Butter Knife .........

0 2 6 0 4 6 0 5 relief afforded is considerably below the capacity of the CAPS, for all Classes and all ages.

Christmas are ready to be delivered, and that such insurances Hospital, and the Committee are most anxious that its I Soup Ladle............ 0 10 0 0 12 0 0 16 0 0 17

as shall remain unpaid after Fifteen Days from the said usefulness shall not be still further impaired by want of 1 Sngar Sifter

3 0 4 60 4 6 0 5 Quarter-day will become void.

DAMAGE caused by EXPLOSION of GAS made good. SHOES, for all Classes and all Ages. of the gilts which distinguish this season, for several Total ............ 9 19 9 12 9 6 13 9 6'14 17 3

COMMISSION allowed to Brokers and Agents eitecting reasons. I, Their great need of aid.

Any article to be had singly at the same prices. An oak Foreign and Ship Insurances. chest to contain the above, and a relative number of knives,

LIFE DEPARTMENT. 2. The great comfort of the sick wards. all CLASSES, all Ages, and all Climates.

This Corporation has grunted Assurances on Lives for a 3. The excellence of the nursing.

&c., 21. 168. Tea and coffee sets, dish covers, and corner 4. The eminence of the Medical officers, dishes, cruet and liqueur frames, &c., at proportionate prices. period exceeding, One Hundred and Forty Years, having

issued its first Policy on the 7th June, 1721. 5. The immense population which surrounds the Hos- All kinds of re-plating done by the patent process,

Two-thirds of the entire Profits, without any deduction for pital. HOUSES, 154, 155, 156, 157, Minories ; 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, of some of the relief now afforded. A subscription to a Aldgate.

hospital is not only an act of benevolence, but the payment to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, sends a CATALOGUE Policy holders than an apparently larger proportion of the 506, 507, 108, New Oxford street; 1, 2, 3, Hart street. of a debt, as the eminent skill of the physicians and gratis, and post paid. It contains upwards of 600 Illustra. Profits, subject to the expenses of management. 137, 138, Tottenham-court road; 283, Euston road. surgeons of the wealthy is due, in very large measure, to the tions of his illimited Stock of Sterling Silver and Electro

MARINE DEPARTMENT. opportunities of thorough study which these institutions Plate, Nickel Silver, and Britannia Metal Goods, Dish

MARINE INSURANCES are effected at the Head Omico have afforded.

Covers, Hot-water Dishes, Stoves, l'enders, Marble Chimney of the Corporation.
Bankers to the Hospital-Messrs Coutts and Co., 59 pieces, Kitchen Ranges, Lamps, Gaseliers, Tea Trays, Urns,

Strand; Messrs Scott and Co., Cavendish square ; Messrs and Kettles, Clocks, Table Cutlery, Baths, Toilet Ware,
Bridge street, Bradford, Yorkshire.

Smith, Payne, and Co., Lombard street; and London and Turnery, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Bedding, Bedroom
Westminster Bank, Holborn.
Cabinet Furniture, &c., with Lists of Prices, and Plans of the

and SON’S
Twenty large Show-Rooins, at 39 Oxford street, W.; 1, 1A, 2,


Homeopathic Practitioners, and the Medical Pro. i Newman yard, London.

1 PRINCES STREET, BANK, LONDON. until Saturday evening at sunset, when business is resumed fession generally, recommend Cocoa as being the most until Eleven o'clock. healthful of all beverages.

Empowered by Special Acts of Parliament, 4 Vict. cap. 9.

When the doctrine of All Articles are marked the lowest prices in plain figures.

Every description of Lite Assurance business transacted. Homeopathy was first introduced into this country, there SLACK'S SILVER ELECTRO PLATE Any article not approved of will be exchanged, or the were to be obtained no preparations of Cocoa either attrac

ANDREW FRANCIS, Secretary. money returned. tive to the taste or acceptable to the stomach : the nut was

Is a coating of pure Silver over SLACK's NICKEL, a metal List of Prices, with Rules for Self-mcasurement, Fashion either supplied in its crude state or so unskilfully inanu- amalgamated, on chemical and scientific principles, almost to

TO MERCHANTS AND BROKERS. Card, and our new pamphlet " On Modern Costume" (a factured as to obtain little notice.

the purity and whiteness of Silver, which renders it, as a basis sequel to "Gossip on Dress"), gratis and post free. J. EPPS. of London, Homeopathic Chemist. was

HE DIRECTORS of the SCOTTISH induced in the year 1839 to turn his attention to this sub. while the fact of twenty years' wear is ample proof of its

UNION FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ject, and at length succeeded, with the assistance of ela durability.

Established, 1824, beg to announce that Insurances can be EAL and SON'S ELDER-DOWN borate machinery, in being the first to produce an article

Elect. Pltd. Stng. Pitd. Thread Kg. & Tbd. effected with them on Property in the Docks, Wharves, and Also PURE in its composition, and so refined by the perfect tri.

Fiddle Ptn. Fiddle Ptn. Pattern with Shell. Warehouses in the Port of London, at greatly Reduced GOOSE-DOWN QUILTS, from 10s. to 32s. Lists of prices turation it receives in the process it passes through, as to be

Premiums, full particulars of which can be obtained at the and sizes sent free by post. HEAL and SON'S Illustrated most acceptable to the delicate stomach. For general use, Per Dozen.

£ s. d. £ s. d.

Offices, 37 Cornhill, E.C.

3. d. Catalogue of Bedsteads and Priced List of Bedding, also

Table Forks..
E P P s's

1 10 0 1 18 0

The Christmas Renewal Recei pts are now ready for issuc. COCOA

3 0 0

2 8 0 sent post free on application to 196 Tottenham-court

FREDK. G. SMITH, Secretary.

Dessert Forks 1 0 0 1 10 0 1 15 0 2 2 0 road. W.

is distinguished as an
Table Spoons. 1 100 1 18 0 2 8 0 3 0 0

87 Cornhill, London.
INVIGORATING, GRATEFUL Dessert Spns. 1 0 0 1 10 0 1 16 0 2 2 0

Tea Spoons...l 0 12 0 1 0 18 0 1 1 3 6 1 10 0


BRITISH and MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMassortment of First Class Cabinet Furniture,

possessing a most
Cruet Frames, 18s. 6d. to 70s.; Tea and Coffee Services: PANY-Incorpo ted by Royal Charter and Acts of Parlia-

Upholstery Goods, Bedsteads fixed, Superior Bedding,

70s. to 200s.; Corner Dishes, £6 158. the set of Four ;

ment. Carpets, new Fabrics for Curtains, &c. &e., conveniently

Baskets, 25s. to 50s.; and every Article for the Table, as in
Dr Hassall, in his work on " Adulterations of Food," says : Silver.

Accumulated and Invested Funds .........£2,122,828 arranged for inspection in the Furniture Galleries and show “Cocon contains a great variety of important nutritive prioci.

Annual Revenue ........

422,401 Rooms of Messrs DRUCE and Co., is unequalled in extent ples; every ingredient necessary to the growth and sustenanco and variety. Purchasers before deciding elsewhere should of the body."

Again," as a nutritive, cocoa stands very much

FIRE DEPARTMENT. visit this Celebrated Establishment, every article being higher than either coffee or tea."

RICHARD and JOHN SLACK beg to call attention to their

Policies should be renewed within fifteen days from the marked in plain figures, that they may make their own cal Directions: Two tompoonfuls of the powder la breaklast superior method of ELECTRO`SILVERING, by which 25th instant. Receipts may be had of the various Agencies culations from the goods before them, or Estimates will be cup, filled up with boiling water or milk!

and Branches, and at the Head Office. given for furnishing any class of residence in Town or Becured in tin.lined 111.. 316., and ilb. packets, labelled, and process goods, however old, can be re-silvered equal to new.

-Estimates given for re-plating.

London, 68 Tbreaducedle street, E.C., December, 1863. Country, free of charge, and the goods can be at once selected sold at 1x. 6d. per Ib., bý Grocers, Confectioners, and Chemists. from the Show Rooms, with which a written warranty for

SLACK'S TABLE CUTLERY. twelve months will be given Public attention is particularly SAUCE-LEA AND PERRIN S'IVORY TABLE KNIVES, best quality, warranted not to invited to several suites of Chamber Furniture exactly similar

come loose in the handles, and to balance.

CASE OF DEATH, to those in the Exhibition of 1862, also to some very beauti

WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. ful Brussels Carpet in Class 22, universally admired, and now This delicious condiment, pronounced by Connoisseurs

1st size. 2nd size. 3rd size. Or an Allowance of £6 per week while laid-up by Injury offered by them at a great deduction in price. N.B.- Five

1 Dozen......... £0 16 0 £1 0 0 £1 2 0

caused by "THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE," Hundred Fashionable Easy Chairs, Settees, Side and Centre

1 Pair Carvers.. 0 4 6 06 6 0 6 9

ACCIDENT OF ANY KIND, Ottomans of the newest forms. One Hundred Superior Ward

is prepared solely by LEA and PEEBINS.

Messrs SLACK have been celebrated fifty years for their Whether Walking, Riding, Driving, Hunting, Shooting, Fishrobes, Sixty Sets of rery fine Dining Tables, Eighty elegan The Public are respectfully cautioned against worthless Sideboards in Oak, Walnut, and Mahogany. Dining and imitations, and should see that LEA and PERRINS. Names superior manufacture of Table Knives.

ing, or at Home, may be secured by an Annual Payment of Drawing Room Chairs in almost endless variety of pattern, are on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and Stopper.

£3 to the

SLACK'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE and a very large collection of Parisian Tables, Cabinets, and ASK FOR LEA AND PERRINS' SAUCE.

Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, Cabinet Tables, &c. &c., at prices not to be met with else

GRATIS, or sent post free, containing upwards of 350 where. Drawings and Books of Bedsteads and price of Sold Wholesale and for Export, by the Proprietors, Engravings, and Prices of Fenders, Fire-irons, Furnishing

64 CORNHILL, LONDON, E.C. Bedding sent post free. A Servant's bed-room, well and Worcester ;, Messrs Crosse and BLACKWELL; Messrs Ironmongery, Slack's Nickel and Electro-Plated Wares, MORE THAN 8,000 CLAIMS FOR completely furnished, for 849. DRUCE and Co., 68 and 69 Barclay and Sons, London, &c., &c.; and by Grocers and Table Cutlery, &c. No person should furnish without one.

COMPENSATION Be kinasetrict loreman square neavourable arrangements can Dilmen universally. RICHARD and JOHN SLACK,

have been Promptly and Liberally Paid. CAPTAIN WHITE'S ORIENTAL

Ironmongers to Her Majesty, For particulars apply to the Clerks at any of the Railway

Stations, to the Local Agents, or at the Offices, 10 REGENT DINNEFORD'S


PICKLE, CURRY or MULLIGATAWNY 336 Strand, opposite Somerset House.

WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary.

Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, has been, during twenty-five years, emphatically sanctioned by the Medical Profession, and universally accepted by the Curry Powder, and Curry Sauce, may be obtained from all

ENT, CHRONOMETER, WATCH, Empowered by special Act of Parliament, 1849. Public, as the best Remedy for ACIDITY of the STOMACH,

Sauce Vendors, and wholesale of

DVANCES to OFFICERS and and as a mild Aperient for delicate constitutions, more espe.

OTHER PERSONS IN ENGLAND are made by the cially for Ladies and Children. When combined with the




interest, and a policy of Assurance. Fescing Draught, in which its Aperient qualities are much increased. During Hot Seasons and in Hot Climates the


Invites attention to the superior workmanship and ele Every information will be given on application at the REGULAR use of this simple and elegant remedy has been

gance of design of his extensive Stock of Watches and Offices, 48 St James's street, Piccadilly, S.W. found highly beneficial. It is prepared (in a state of perfect

For Bread, Pastry, and Puddings.

Drawing-room Clocks. purity and of uniform strength) by DINNEFORD and Co., The Queen's Private Baker says

Ladies' Gold Foreign Watches

8 Guincas POYAL FREE HOSPITAL, Gray's.inn 172 New Bond street, London, and sold by all respectable

“It is a most useful invention."
Gentlemen's do. do.


road, in the immediate vicinity of the Great Northern Chemists throughout the World. Capt. Allen Young, of the Arctic Yacht “ Fox,” states that Ladies' or Gentlemen's Gold English Lever do. 18

Railway Terminus, King's cross.
"It keeps well and answers admirably."
Strong Silver Lever Watches

FUNDS are urgently REQUIRED.
E. Hamilton, Esq., M.D., F.S.A., observes that

emen's Gold Compensation Balance

TREASURER AND BANKER.--Edward Masterman, Esq.,

Watches " It is much better for raising Bread than Yeast, and much


Nicholas lane.
more wholesome."


Marine Chronometers

35 Sold everywhere, but see that you get “Bokwick's."

VERLAND most scrupulous care and attention, by Messrs THOS. and WM. HENRY, Manufacturing Chemists, Manchester. It

Turret, and Bracket Clocks of every description. An elegant is sold in bottles, price 25. 9d., or with glass stoppers, at 45.64.,


assortment of London-made Fine Gold Albert and Guard -The PÉNINSULAR and ORIENTAL STEAŃ NAVIGAStamp included, with tull directions for its use, by their

Cbeins, &c.

TION COMPANY BOOK PASSENGERS and RECEIVE various agents in the metropolis, and thronghout the United COCKBURN'S Pont, 403. ; SIERRIES, 183. to 60s.; and

CARGO and PARCELS at their LONDON OFFICE, for Kingdom ; but it cannot be genuine unless their names are

DENT, 61 Strand (adjoining Coutts's Bank); 34 and 35 GIBRALTAR, MALTA, EGYPT, ADEN, CEYLON, MADRAS, engraved on the Government Stamp, which is fixed over the

CLARETS, 143. to 80s.

Royal Exchange ; and at the Clock and Marine Compass CALCUTTA, THE STRAITS, and CHINA, by their Steamers cork or stopper of each bottle.

To be obtained pure and cheap of the
Factory, Somerset Wharf, Strand, London.

leaving Southampton on the 4th and 20th of every month. Sold in London, wholesale, by Messrs Barclay and Sons,

For GIBRALTAR, MALTA, EGYPT, ADEN, and BOMBAY, Farringdon street; Sutton and Co., Bow Churchyard ; NewIMPERIAL WINE COMPANY,

by those of the 12th and 27th of each month; and for bery and Sons, E. 'Edwards, Butler and Crispe, St Paul's Which Imports the choicest Wines, and sells to the Public at

THANDELIERS in BRONZE and MAURITIUS, REUNION, KING GEORGE'S 'SOUND, Churchyard ; Savory and Co., New Bond street; Sanger,

reasonable prices..

ORMOLU for DINING ROOM and LIBRARY. MELBOURNE, and SYDNEY, by the Steamers leaving South

Candelabra, Moderator Lamps, in Bronze, Ormolu, China, ampton on the 20th of every month.
CELLARS-Marylebone Court House, W.

and Glass. Statuettes in Parian, Vascs and other Orna For further particulars apply at the Company's Offices, 122 STORXS AND OFFICES-314 Oxford street, W.

Leadenhall street, E.C., London; or Oriental place, SouthFOR CHILDREN CUTTING THEIR TEETH. EXPORT AND BOTTLING VAULTs—15 John "street, Crutched ments, in a Show Room erected expressly for these articles.

ampton. Friars, E.C., London.


THAT WILL THIS COST to PRINT P NDIGESTION-MORSON'S PEPSINE when suffering from painful Dentition, still continues to be this popular remedy for weak digestion.

Wall Lights, and Mantel-piece Lustres, for Gas and characters, and persons of benevolent intentions. An im. prepared according to Mrs Johnson's Original Recipe, and

Candles, Table Glass, &c.

mediate answer to the inquiry may be obtained. A SPECIXEN with the same success, by Barclay and Sons, 95 Farringdon ampton row, Russell square, W.C.,

in bottles at 3s., 5t, and Manufactured by T. Morson and Son, 19 and 46 South

Glass Dinner Services for 12 persons, from £7 15s.

Book of Types, and information for authors, sent on apstreet, whose name and address are engraved

on the stamp. 108. each. ---PEPSINE
LOZENGES, in boxes at 28. 6d. and
Glass Dessert do. do. do. from £2

plication, by Full directions are enclosed with each bottle. Price 2s. 9d. - 4s. 6. each.

Al Articles marked in plain figures.


Ornamental Glass, English and Foreign, suitable for

ANATOMI Mess, Export, and Furnishing Orders promptly executed.

Second Edition, corrected and revised, free for seven stampe. See Extra Double Number of Health, post free for six Daily from Twelve till Ten. Admission, Is. Consultations


To be bad of all Booksellers, and of the Author. stamps, from Health Office, 6 Racquet court, Fleet street, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., at the private rooms attached to the

BIRMINGHAM-MANUFACTORY AND SHow Rooms, London; and all Booksellers.

“We can commend this little, brochure."-Medical Cirq Museum; also by letter,

BROAD STREET.-Established 1807,


[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small]
« AnteriorContinuar »