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THE ARGUS.

THE ARGUS.

SA7'URDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1842. HER MAJESTY continues at Windsor in the enjoyment of excellent health and with his Royal Highness Prince ALBERT, takes walking exercise daily in the precincts of the Castle. Splendid preparations have been made for the festivities of Christmas, whic
24 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
rIIO BUILDERS, PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, AND OTHERS.—The Cheapest House for Crown and Sheet Window Glass, Milled Lead, Colors, &c. Best Lead.

rIIO BUILDERS, PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, AND OTHERS.—The Cheapest House for Crown and Sheet Window Glass, Milled Lead, Colors, &c. Best Lead.

. . 245. per cwt. Linseed Oil . . 3s. per gal. Sheet Lead . . 20s. I Turps . . . . 3s. Complete lists of glass, colors, lead, &c., priced, will be forwarded to any part of the United Kingdom, by applying to R. COGAN, at the Western Glass, Lead, and Color Warehouse, 5, Princes-st
24 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
HENDRIE'S PERFUMERY,- Honoured by the Patronage of the highest circle for upwards of sixty years continues to be favoured with

HENDRIE'S PERFUMERY,- Honoured by the Patronage of the highest circle for upwards of sixty years continues to be favoured with

a decioed preference; everyartiele, distinctly labeled with the name and address, is warrant' dof the first quality, _ _ _ Hendrie's select perfumes, VieLETTE. GERANnnu, Thu.Aaos.A.—the Royal Bouquets VICTORIA, WILLIAst IV., with a variety of fashionable Extraits, are in great p
24 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
pAPIERS MARION (DE PARIS) Stamped (without cost) with the Initials or Arms of purchasers. Encouraged by the patronage which the

pAPIERS MARION (DE PARIS) Stamped (without cost) with the Initials or Arms of purchasers. Encouraged by the patronage which the

Nobility, Gentry, and the Public honored him, M. MARION offers them for this season a large assortment of ail most fashionable and elegant Fancy Papers, which are at this moment in use Paris. Boxes, complete with writing paper. Wafers of all devices. EnveleP as and illustrated p
10 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

PORTSMOUTH, DEC. 15. The Cambridge, 78, Capt Barmad, arrived on Saturday evening, from u nbraltar, last from Plymouth, which she left on Tuesday. She has board 80 cases of antiquities, which will be landed here for the aritish Museum. She spoke the Pique, off the Start Point, an
17 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
THREE PAPIER MACHE TRAYS for 355. A full set of three ornamented Papier Mache Tea-trays, Gothic shape, for 355.; of

THREE PAPIER MACHE TRAYS for 355. A full set of three ornamented Papier Mache Tea-trays, Gothic shape, for 355.; of

three Gothic Iron Trays, 255.; of three convex Trays, 7s. Front the unprecedentedly depressed state of the manufacturing districts, RIPPON and BURTON have been induced to make large ready-money purchases in best japanned wares, which ' together with their previous stock ialready
17 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
C HINESE COLLECTION, St. George's-place, Hyde-p irk-corner. Consistinc , of objects exclusively Chinese, surpassing in extent and grandeur any the

C HINESE COLLECTION, St. George's-place, Hyde-p irk-corner. Consistinc , of objects exclusively Chinese, surpassing in extent and grandeur any the

. known world entirely filling the spacious saloon, 225 feet similar display in 5n length, and embracing upwards of fifty figures as large as life, all fac-similes, tunics, from the mandarin to the blind in their native coS mendicant; also many thousand specimens , illustrating
17 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
YOUNG.

YOUNG.

THE tabernacle of his heart was - sanctified by the inspiration of Divine love gladdened to walk hand in hand with Religion,; and his precepts gave to poetry—the holy Influence of prayer. SHELLEY; His spirit burst'forth likc a mighty torrent of wafers froni the green, and placid
31 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
COWPER.

COWPER.

- - BY the hearth, an ingructor of the heart; one who rejoiced in the quiet retreat of home, rather than the more glittering attractions without the domestic Circle. The poet of the, fireside; instilling the love of God with the love of 1 n: the Biblo—and the blessing. DRYDEN. T
31 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England
 
THE GAZETTE OF FASHION. THE COURT-THE CABINET-AND ON DITS

THE GAZETTE OF FASHION. THE COURT-THE CABINET-AND ON DITS

The report that an "illustrious lady" (meaning the .Duchess of Kent) would 'preside at drawing-rooms during her Majesty's confinement, has been authoritatively . contradicted. It is expected- that the Queen and Prince -Albert will visit- Claremont shortly. The Prince of Wales an
31 December 1842 - Argus, or, Broad-sheet of the Empire - London, London, England