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',Ng_ 1..!,\ 7 7V 17`1 _ --- - • .THE LANCASHIRE' •DlgtriESS:' THERE cannot be-the- slightest danger that Englishmen will

',Ng_ 1..!,\ 7 7V 17`1 _ --- - • .THE LANCASHIRE' •DlgtriESS:' THERE cannot be-the- slightest danger that Englishmen will

turn a deaf ear to the cry .of distress which tomes . from Lanes shire. Generosity,lis so truly the basis of the English characterAbat a area deal of the benevolence we see is exercised, as it were, by mere instinct. Coppers to the street beggar, the half-crown in the plate at c
15 November 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
JOSHUA ROGERS,

JOSHUA ROGERS,

133, BUNHILL ROW, FINSBURY, LONDON, E.C. of whom they can be had; and sold at Booksellers' litationere', Colounnen, au ( Fancy Repositories. ' NOW , -PUBLISHING."' kticr.4.-=‘-'3 .1 _2•.: HOURS OF SUN AID SHADE; Musings in Pros and Verse with Translations from Sixty Languages. B
15 November 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
Sa,, EDGEWARE ROAD.

Sa,, EDGEWARE ROAD.

. - (Neat. the . .2117rble Arch.) '• -:. --'" i • ( J-- . _ fir.) ,i).1).::.0- k JAcksoN & Co., being connected with some of the first Shipping . Hous4l, l Vaiiiiit* Wines . of the Highest Class at the most Moderate Pric es viz . ; ' Good Old Port from Wood ~ - . . 305., 34 5.,
15 November 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MARKETS.

THE LONDON MARKETS.

— EICA• • • 1 the general — orders published from time to time by I the Wir Department for the instruction and guidance YonK, Oct. 30.---:Th,e Washington Star says :, of the troops are not promulgated to the regiments and It is believed that Genei'ai Leo has divided hi S army ba
15 November 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
2110 V TT, PO. 1862. - The opening of the New Agricultural Hall at Islington, the future home of our

2110 V TT, PO. 1862. - The opening of the New Agricultural Hall at Islington, the future home of our

great annual metropalitan Christmas cattle shows, and the sixteenth anniversary of the Smithfield Club, is appointed to take place this year on Monday,z the Bth - of December, and four following days. The arrangements for this purpose are now so rapidly approaching towards compl
15 November 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
• TO THE NOBILITY, - GENTRY, ,ARCHITECTS, - BUILDERS, NURSERYMEN AND FLORISTS. . _ EDWARD BOW, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL Plasterer

• TO THE NOBILITY, - GENTRY, ,ARCHITECTS, - BUILDERS, NURSERYMEN AND FLORISTS. . _ EDWARD BOW, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL Plasterer

and Modeller TO THE TRADE AND OTHERS. Crystal Palace, Sydenhant and Knightrider Street, Maidstone, TAKES this • - opportunity of stating that Time has proved the superior quality of the Goods with which he has supplied the Public, surpassing in durability and colour any Artifici
15 November 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
GEN

GEN

t, i BRITISH C OLUJIB lA. We extract the following from the Californian corre.l; spondent of the Times : It is too early, to predict the result of this seaso4 mining in British Columbia. By this time there -6,000 to 7,000 miners in or near to Cariboo. Many,iii them crowded into
09 August 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PAROCHIAL NEWS. CHELSEA VESTRY.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PAROCHIAL NEWS. CHELSEA VESTRY.

August 5. W. Hall, Esq., Chairman. Present — Messrs. Perry, Foy, Livingston, Blazdell, Hunt, Rope, Richards, Lawrence, Brook e field, Callow, Leete, Walker, Fisher, Symons, Wain, Breun, Finch, Hopwood, Layton, Birch, Badcock, Gurney, Whitehead, Potter, Osborn, Cock, and Dr. Dip
09 August 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
fatietits.

fatietits.

It is said that a contractor for guns for Government is -making one,hundred and _fifty thouagi,d4ptinds a year profit. - - J • It ie stated -that_the -wife of ,a_resident of _the village of Meisen, near Minden, has been selected as the wet-nurse of the expected infant of the Cro
09 August 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
TON: rwkIVIT- GE

TON: rwkIVIT- GE

TON: GE the place captured be 'told his soldiers that he would 'shut his eyes for two-hours' after they tpok it. The town is „situated in Northern Alabama, high and healthy'ground. Its coolness renders it an pgree- ' able summer residence, and it contains the finest and most cele
09 August 1862 - West London Times - London, London, England