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FOREIGN MISCELLANY.

FOREIGN MISCELLANY.

The Governors of Hungary and Transylvania have received orders to give employment to persons whose political reputation had tarnished in 1848 and 1849, if they have behaved well since. The Vienna Church, Gazette, a rampant Ultramontane organ, has received a first warning from th
08 January 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
THE REV. DR. LIVINGSTON.

THE REV. DR. LIVINGSTON.

As no clear and connected narrative of the remarkable journeys of this enterprising Missionary traveller has at present been given to the public, and as such a narrative is greatly desired by a large number of our readers, we are happy to announce that this want will be supplied
08 January 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
LOT 2.

LOT 2.

All that ORGAN now placed in the said Chapel, and built by Hopkinson, of Birstal, in the year 1846, and containing 14 stops, 2 rows a keys, with gilt pipes and handsome painted case. _ . . It is a well-toned instrument, and in good repair, and is well adapted to a place of worsh
08 January 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
NEW LIGHT.

NEW LIGHT.

ALL PERSONS desirous of obtaining the largest amount of the least troublesome, most brilliant and healthful, artificial light, at the least cost, are requested to call at No. 5, HOLBORN BARS, and inspect the principle of HOLMES'S NEW OLEFIANT GAS LAMP. On receipt of a P. 0. 0. f
08 January 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
eburation. PINE COTTAGE, CHELTENHAM THE MISSES LEWIS, (Daughters of the Rev. W. G. Lewis) beg to announce that their pupils

eburation. PINE COTTAGE, CHELTENHAM THE MISSES LEWIS, (Daughters of the Rev. W. G. Lewis) beg to announce that their pupils

will re-assemble, D.v., on Monday, January 26t1i. Terms and References to 'Parents may be had on application.
08 January 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
TT AIR-DY E. Exhibition Medal and Honourable Mention was awarded to E. P. LANGDALE, for his PREPARATIONS of the OXIDE

TT AIR-DY E. Exhibition Medal and Honourable Mention was awarded to E. P. LANGDALE, for his PREPARATIONS of the OXIDE

of AMYL. "To our minds, these are the most extraordinary productions of modern chemistry."—lllustrated London News, July 19, 1851. Post free, in cases, Ss. 9d. and 6s. 6d. The money returned if not satisfactory. Laboratory, 72, Hatton-garden.
08 January 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
BONUS REPORT, 1855. Bonus declared averaging per C e nt on Premiums paid, or reduction of Premium 27 per Cent.

BONUS REPORT, 1855. Bonus declared averaging per C e nt on Premiums paid, or reduction of Premium 27 per Cent.

untilnext Division of Profits. LONDON MUTUAL LIFE AND GUARANTEE SOCIETY, 63, MOORGATE-STREET, LONDON. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. FOR THE ASSURANCE OP LIVES, THE GUARANTEE OP PIDELITY, THE GRANTING OP ANNUITIES, LOANS, &e. ALL THE PROFITS ARE DIVISIBLE AMONG THE MEMBERS.
08 January 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
THE BOOK SOCIETY,

THE BOOK SOCIETY,

19, PATLENOSTER-ROW ; AND BAZAAR, SOHO-SQUARE! A NY of the following Packets will be forwarded Prepaid, to any part of Great Britain and Ireland, on receipt of Post -office Order to the amount. 8. d. 50 Tracts and Rooks, all different 1 o 200 Assorted Single Hand-bill Tracts 100
19 February 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
REVIEW OF PARLIAMENT.

REVIEW OF PARLIAMENT.

THE Peers have had a very easy week. The LORD CHANCELLOR, undeterred by the ill reception of his first essay this session as a law reformer, and the rough handling of the press, promises seven bills for the consolidation of the criminal law. Lord BROUGHAM, also, makes a proposal
19 February 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
fearful variance. This part of the discussion recalled a scene witnessed, some years since, at the burial of an arch-infidel,

fearful variance. This part of the discussion recalled a scene witnessed, some years since, at the burial of an arch-infidel,

whose brothers, infidels also, having vainly preferred the request that the Church-service might be omitted, on the ground that he died in the open rejection of Christianity, were told by the clergyman that "he must do his duty "—a duty, however, which they left him to perform a
19 February 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England