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22 June 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
A RELIC OF NELSON.

A RELIC OF NELSON.

The following correspondence has taken place respecting the bullet by which our great naval hero was mortally wounded at Trafalgar: TO THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF lIADDINGTON, FIRST LORD OF THE ADIdIRALTY, &C.. London, June 10. 1844.—MY Lord,— In t a ki ng th e lib er t y t o app
22 June 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
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22 June 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
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COCKLES ANTIBILIOUS PILLS for Indiffestiori, &c: "If you are in possession of better means, Candidly inform me; if not, make use of these." —Hon. SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S OPINION. (Extracted from Sir Astley's letter to a mutual friend.) ' "Dear Sir, Mr. Cockle's Antibilious Pills hav
22 June 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
TRANSPARENT PERUKES.

TRANSPARENT PERUKES.

JT H. CLARK, Perfumer, Coiffeur, and Hair-Dresser, • 1. Vigo Street, Regent Street, begs to announce that he has succeeded in perfecting his beautiful and exquisitely-wrought Perukes. His Transparent Peruke may be said not so much to imitate as actually to display nature ; since
22 June 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 

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Jest published, at 38., and sent free for 38. ITANHOOD ; the Cau ses o f i ts Premature Decline,

with in plain Directions for its perfect Restoration • addressed to those suffering from nervous debility or mental irritation, followed' by Observations on the Treatment of the class of Diseases resulting therefrom. Illustrated with cases, &c. BY J. L. CURTIS and Co., Consultin
22 June 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
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1W) , ?...--3‘' , ,_____________ 1 i--------- C -- ;. 4›,•, might be shown that this salutary rule had on several occasions been infringed of late years, still the principle was one of the highest importance, one that ought not lightly to be abandoned. The noble Lord quoted tne w
17 February 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
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17 February 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
FACTORY ACT.

FACTORY ACT.

WE were rejoiced to observe, by JAMES GRAHAM'S notice of last week, that the Government is about to bring forward its amendment of the Factory Act. The existing law has already accomplished an amount of improvement in the condition of the children working in factories such as mu
17 February 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
CAUSERIE.

CAUSERIE.

It is stated by the "Morning Herald" that the death of Sir Francis Burdett was supposed to be accelerated by the hydropathic treatment. Hillingdon House, the seat of Mr. R. H. Cox, was on Monday accidentally destroyed by fire; nothing but the bare walls are standing. We are happ
17 February 1844 - Pictorial Times - London, London, England