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Original Victorian Newspaper
The Newport Pagnell Steeplechase by J.F. Herring -front page
The Kaffir Women Advancing As a Screen
Embassy of Pandah, King of the Zoolahs, to the government of Natal (Zulu possibly).
The Giraffe Cricket (Praying Mantis)
Costume of the King.
African Umbrella Hat.
African War Dress.
Gazelle Brought by Captain Denham in the Avon Steamship from Africa.
Sketches on a March in North-Western India – a page wit hthree sketches entitled: Mail Cart in the North-Western India – Changing Ground (elephant and camels) – Native Hack Cab.
Agricultural Pictures – Thrashing drawn by Duncan (commonly known as threshing), half page
The Schooner "Providence" And the Brig "Hero" Run Aground at Plymouth, drawn by Condy – near half page
Some small sketches to illustrate everybody's column by Albert Smith.
Hellenic Festival to Kalergi, the Greek Patriot – half page
The Capri, Iron Mediterranean Steamer
Testimonial to Mr Rufford by the Stourbridge Cricket club
Chapel at Wastdale Head Cumberland.
Mr Phelps and miss Laura Addison In a Scene from Measure for Measure chess problem by Mr CRL.
Ruins after the Recent Fire at Gravesend – near half page
The Bey of Tunis at the Palais d' Elysees Bourbon – near half page.
The Treaty of Vienna
The Newport Pagnell Steeplechase
Law intelligence – the liability of provisional committee men
The Criminal Information against Mr Ferrand MP
Fraud upon the bank – mentioning Henry Hitchcock alias Henry Hitchcock Barrett alias Henry Barrett alias Henry Jones, Mr Bailey Mr Crompton Sarah Edwards and Mr Justice Coltman who sentence the hapless fellow transportation for life for forging a stock transaction.
Police News: Plunder of a Simple Countryman, mentioning Edward Billington, Thomas Thompson, Robert Chulme, charged with having Robert John Smith of Portobello, also mentioning captain Harvey.
Central Criminal Court, mentioning the tricks of moneylenders and naming William Wilmot Byron, Mr Clarkson Mr Ballantine.
The Kaffir War.
Portugal – The Progress of the Insurrection.
Destruction of the Independence of Craców (Krakow).
Accidents and Offences, with a paragraph on each of the following:
Death from Starvation, mentioning Mr Mills at the Duke of Wellington Crawford Street Portman square, Louisa mordaunt, Mr Merson, Robert Dawson Harding.
The Fatal Explosion at Oldbury, mentioning Mr Parker's pit, Edward Foley, Mr Etwell, Mr Haines, Mr windmile, thetwo Bodens, and Troth, Mr Hinchcliffe coroner of West Bromwich.
Explosion near Preston and Loss ofseven lives, mentioning Firedamp, Mr John Hargreaves Jr at Easton Burgh, Thomas Halliwell, Jane Halliwell, Seth and William Turner, William Wilding, Mary Booth, Jane Moss, James Booth, Thomas Graham,Thomas Farrimond, Joseph Farrimond, Richard Lomax.
The Deaths ofthree brothers by Drowning - Mr George Roxburgh Sharpe at Chiswick Cut, two years previously his brother similarly drowned near the same spot, and about five years previouslythird brother was drowned in the East Indies.
Messrs Palmers Candle Manufactory Destroyed by Fire, Mentioning Mr Inspector Penny.
Alarming Accident on the East Lancashire Railway, mentioning the Irwell at Springside Ramsbottom.
Another accident with Gun Cotton mentioning James Richardson of Bessborough Terrace Pimlico.
Serious accident to Mr Claude Lascelles. sleekburnc.
Swindling at Andover by a young Frenchwoman Mlle Malvina Florentine de Saumarez.
Suicide of Lt William Douglas.
Strange accident at South Eastern railway.
Explosion of a STeam Boiler at Over Darwin, Lancs with meniton of a man named Heaviside.
Colliery Explosion at Harvey's Coppell Colliery near Standish, Lancs.
Arrival of the Overland Mail – Re-commencement of the Hostilities in India.
Compensation for Injury by a Railway Company with mention of Shirehall Warwick.
Suspected Murder at Sutton, Nottinghamshire with mention of George Taylor disinterre, Elizabeth Smith his Housekeeper, Professor Taylor, Mr Pettinger the surgeon, Dr Hugh Morton of Newark, Sarah Taylor.
On a March in North-Western India.
The Recent Gale (Plymouth, Falmouth etc).
Everybody's Column by Albert Smith includes - New Ballad, The Romance of the Post Office Directory for 1846 (nine verses)- etc.
Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased including:
Lady Augusta Sofia Cathcart of Cathcart house near Glasgow
Thomas Penrice Esq. of Kilvrough, who died reive at little Plumstead Rectory
George Nigel Edwards Esq of Henlow Grange Beds.
Country News inclues:
Meeting of Liverpool Merchants in Favour of the Reduction of the Tea Duties.
Opening of the Tunbridge Wells Extension Railway.
Curious Ceremony at Newcastle in Staffordshire.
The London Gazette: Admiralty Appointments - War Office Appointments - Births Marriages and Deaths
Monetary Transactions of the Week.
The Markets: Food, Coal, Wheat, MeatPrices etc.
Entertainment to General Kalergi.
Steam Navigation along the Shores of Italy.
Nooks and Corners of Old England Chapel, Wastdale Head Cumberland.
Sadler's Wells Theatre, mentioning miss Laura Addison in Measure for Measure and Mr Phelps as the Duke
The Stourbridge Cricket Club.
The Bey of Tunis Destructive.
Fire at Gravesend with mention of Mr Garratt a Grocer Opposite the Pier Hotel West Street - Talbot Inn, Punch Bowl Tavern - Mr Choett The Fishmonger - Mr Tisdell - Mr Crowhurst the greengrocer - Mr Lovell of the Pier Hotel - Suttie's Alley - M. Miel - Mr Carlin, Hatter and General Dealer- Mrs Torrington Ironmonger - Mr holmes the Chemist - Mr Goodsell the Hairdresser - Chapel Lane - etc.sleekburnc. 2811
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