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• TO BE GIVEN AWAY! Shortly will be published, by the Author of "Ada, the Be.• — "Jane Brightwell," "Alice

• TO BE GIVEN AWAY! Shortly will be published, by the Author of "Ada, the Be.• — "Jane Brightwell," "Alice

Home," 8.7 c. THE WHITE SLAV. • A ROMANCE OF DEEP INTEREST. of In Penny Weekly Numbers, containing 16 large beautifully printed matter, illustrated with superior t ir The first number of THE WHITE SLAVE, together frontispiece and elegantly illustrated title page, will be sof GRA
10 November 1844 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A ROMANCE,

A ROMANCE,

Ey AUTDOR OF "ADA, THE BETRAYED," " BLARCHE," ETC. (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER XXVI. Tilt ronoIVENESS.—DREADFUL DISCLOSURES.—THE DYING MAN. FARMER RATCLIFF looked on with mingled feelings of pain and pleasure at this successful attempt to restore fieorge to consciousness,
17 November 1844 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
"There does," said De Mowbray; "what of him?" "What of him, villain!" replied Donald, bitterly; "you have this very hour,

"There does," said De Mowbray; "what of him?" "What of him, villain!" replied Donald, bitterly; "you have this very hour,

confined him in one of your dreariest dungeons." "'Tis false—merely some invention," replied De Mowbray. _ . "Liar!—'tis true, too—too true,—nay, I Can assign to you the cause," rejoined Donald; "he is confined in a dreary and lonesome dungeon, merely because lie will not soil h
17 December 1843 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
(Tb he continued in our next.)

(Tb he continued in our next.)

TETE FOLLOWING INSCRIPTION IS ON A TABLET IN OF TIIE DUNE OF BUCKINUIAM, AT HIS C. LEBRATED 11;AT CALLED STOWN. TO THE MEMORY of SIGNIOR FIDO, An Italian of Good Extraction, Who came into England, Not to bite us, like most of his countrymen, - But to gain an honest Livelihood. H
17 April 1842 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
110 No. 171.

110 No. 171.

11 '.11 RUSSIAN MODE OF PUNISHMENT. t i 4ge ere is a lady still living, who was stepping out of her oar- In her ball dress, when she was quietly handed into a wi s go - -her destination was Siberia. When the long journey s t kcomplished, she was located—she knew not in what regi
15 December 1844 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
-JESSIE AND HER HUSBAND SORROWING OVER THEIR FALLEN FORTUNES.

-JESSIE AND HER HUSBAND SORROWING OVER THEIR FALLEN FORTUNES.

be far preferable to this. Sine slight refreshment we eambtain, then we must resume our journey." "Very well ; Robert; I am ready to do all that you think best." So saying, she followed him into the house, ana then into the taproom, where there was a fire, and seating herself be
15 December 1844 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
SCRAPS WORTH READINC.

SCRAPS WORTH READINC.

SHAHSPERE AND QUEEN ELIZABETH.—Queen Elizabeth condescended sometimes to a little flirtation. Shakspere was performing the part of a king; Queen Elizabeth's box was contiguous to the stage; she purposely dropped her handkerchief upon the boards at the feet of Shakspere, having a
15 December 1844 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LIAO

LIAO

A i s _ lo . - 128 I ) - 'OtsIuGRAPHY OF AN tatLY MAN. I t ecki quaintly remarked by an old writer, "Better to be rich." This remark has been partially exam'aaut the numberless vicissitudes of this my eventful was commence my narrative—brought into the " thunder storm," and first
18 February 1844 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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18 February 1844 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Waryskifinairtvarvv.g..sie , _ otr A ' from which she was suspended , 1) , eut for himaelf, was one which

Waryskifinairtvarvv.g..sie , _ otr A ' from which she was suspended , 1) , eut for himaelf, was one which

he had hour of passion. , Lhave pursued the tale until 1 am followit up further. Yet revolting as it theless i4fords a proof of that which 1 duced elsewhere, that even in their seveiitY l' el d the; are merciful to their women, and carefullY sTioniff° from shame even whOg they c
18 February 1844 - Lloyd's Companion to the Penny Sunday Times and Peoples' Police Gazette - London, London, England