and restoring the hair, is guAantce'l to produce moustathes, whiskers, eyebrews, 'lwo or three weeks, strengthen weak hair, prevent its falling off, check greyness malt its tages, restores the original colour, dispel scurf and dandrlff, aria make it clean, soft, curly and glossy
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TO JOHN STUART MILL, ESQ. p k ka ' --- Sonae would doubt, oth ers d en y, th e 14 Priety of addressing you as a British Ratestiolti,ll' We are not anxious to argue the questh;', Perhap s i n thi s case th e greater i nc l u d es et a We address you as one greater than r g nen, i
THE CARPET TRADE. Trade remains dull at present, and a many hands are at play for want of orders. It has been expected that Crossley and Company, of Halifax, would be lowering their prices, and this has deterred buyers. On Wednesday last their new list came out, and showed a red
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It haitappeared from the official statements of Ma . jor Greig, the head constable of Liverpool, that Fenianism prevailed in the lower districts of the town, at the time of its development in Ireland, upon a scale larger than any one could have anticipated. That the feeling of d
25 August 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England