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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. O...
STAYS SUPERSEDED.—Stiff Stays destroy natural grace, produce deformity, and implant disease, the and and host of evils
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mingham—B . Liwrfince , Crown-court . Old Broad-street merchant ; final div of 7 Jd ., on separate estate . Jan . 7 , or any subsequent Tuesday ; Mr . Pennell , Guildh » ll-chambers Basinghallstreet—J . and J . F . Kiny . Wells-row , Islington , builders ; second div . of 9 d ., Jan . 7 , or any subsequent Tuesday ; Mr . _ Pennell , Guildhall-chambers . Basinsrhall-street-W . Freeman , Edgwareroad , licensed victualler ; first div . of 4 d .. Jan 7 , or any subsequent Tuesday ; Mr . Pennell , Guildhall-chambers , Basinghall-Btreet—J . 8 . Gowing , Swaffham , Norfolk , bookseller ; second div . of 7 Jd ., Jan 7 , or any subsequent Tuesday ; Mr . . Pennell , Guildhall-chambers . BasinghalUtree ^ J Hunter , King William-street , merchant ; second div . of Is . 7 d ., dft Saturday next , and three subsequent Saturdays Mr . Groom , Abchurzh-lane—J . Burt and J . Burt . jun ., and W . T . Watson . Manchester and Leeds , commission agents ; second div . of 3 d ., and div . of 9 Jd .
on new proofs , Jan . 14 , or any subsequent Tuesday ; Mr . Fraser , Manchester—J . Pierce , Chorley , Lancashire , corn dealer ; first div . of Is . 3 d ., Jan . 14 , or any subsequent Tuesday : Mr . Fraser , Manchester R . Birrell , Blackburn , linendraper ; fir 3 t and final div of 9 s . lOJd .. Jan . 7 , or any subsequent Tuesday ; Mr . Fraser , Manchester—H . J . Hinxman , Bury , Lancashire , apothecary ; first div . of 2 s . 7 d ., Jan . 14 . or any subsequent Tuesday ; Mr . Fraser , Manchester—C . L . Swainson and J . Birchwood , Manchester , manufacturers ; first div . of 2 s . Ofd ., on new proofs , Jan . 14 , or any subsequent Tuesday ; Mr . Fraser , Manchester—J . Sim , Braithwaite , Cuinberlandshire , woollen manufacturer ; first and final div . of 10 d ., on separate estate , Jan . 4 , or any subsequent Saturday ; Mr . Wakley . Newcastle-upon-Tyne—J . Forrester , Whitehaven , mercer ; first and second div . of 9 s . 4 d ., on new proofs , Jan . 4 , or any subsequent Saturday ; Mr . Wakley , Newcastle-upon-Tyne .
Bankhupts . —F . Young , North-place , Kingsland-road , and 8 ilver-street , Golden-square , cheesemonger , to surrender Jan . 3 , Feb . 7 : solicitcr . Mr . Wellborn , Tooley-street , 8 outhwark ;
omciaVaeeignee . Mr . Graham—E . Trent , Sherborne and Yeovii , draper , Jan . 9 , Feb . 14 ; solicitors , Messrs . Hardwick . Davidson , and Bradbury , Weavers ' -hall . Basinghall-street : official assignee , Mr . Whitmore , Basinghall-street—J . GiNN , Sudbury , Suffolk , builder , Jan , 15 , Feb . 11 ; solicitors , Mr . Marston , Carey-street , Lincoln ' s-inn ; and Messrs . Stedman , Sudbnry ; official assignee , Mr . Edwards , Sambrook-court . Basinghall-street—J . Hughes , Hacconby , Lincolnshire , beast jobber , Jan . 10 , Feb . 7 ; solicitors , Mr . Dibben , Leicester ; and Mr . Hodgson , Birmingham ; official assignee , Mr . Bittleston , Nottingham—J . Simons , Wibtoft , Warwickshire , horse dealer , Jan . 14 . Feb . 11 ; solicitor , Mr . Gregory , Leicester ; official assignee , Mr . Christie , Birmingham —J . Haley and W . Thomason , Manchester , cotton manufacturers , Jan . 10 and 31 ; solicitors , Messrs . Atkinson , Saunders , and Atkinson , Manchester ; official assignee . Mr . Mackenzie , Manchester—W . Atkinson , jun ., Goole , shipwright , Jan . 14 , Feb . 10 ; solicitors , Messrs . Bond and Barwick , Leeds ; and Mr . Stamp , Hull ; official assignee , Mr . Hope , Leeds—E . Lake . Okehampton , druggist . Jan . 14 , Feb . 5 ; Rolicitore , Messrs . Bishop and Pitts . Exeter ; official assignee , Mr . Hirtzel , Exeter .
Dividends . —Jan . 22 , J . Smith , Liverpool , haberdasher—Jan . 23 . J . Wilkinson , Stockton-upon-Tees , wharfinger—Jan . 24 . J . Wallace , Carlisle , grocer—Jan . 23 , K . Fairley . Sunderland , chemist—Jan . 23 , G . Hornsby , Newcastle-upon-Tyne , Guilders Jan . 23 , J . G . Thomson , Manchester , agent—Jan . - ' 4 , J . MelIor , Manchester , haberdasher . Certificates . —To be granted , ^ unless cause be shown to the contrary on the day of meeting . —3 an . 22 , J . Savill , St . Neots , draper—Jan . 22 , J . Whittaker , Swansea , druggist . Scotch Sequestration . — A . L . Cameron , Lonsdale and Glasgow , bleacher . Jan . 6 and 28 .
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22 ® t > r &««&««? [ Satobday ,
Births, Marriages, And Deaths. Births. O...
BIRTHS , MARRIAGES , AND DEATHS . BIRTHS . On the 2 nd ult ., at Montreal , Canada , the wifeof Captain Kirk - land , aide-de-camp to his excellency the lieutenant-general commanding the forces in North America , of a son . On the 24 th ult ., at Bath , the wife of the Reverend T . S . Nelson , of a son . On the 2 Cth ult ., at Wyke , Surrey , the wife of the Reverend H . F . Cheshire , of a son . On the 28 th ult ., at Ilillfield , Hampstead , the wife of the Reverend W . D . Fox , of Delamere , of a daughter . On the 28 th ult ., the wife of the Reverend II . G . Liddell , head master of Westminster School , of a eon . On the 28 th ult ., at Coningsby , Lincolnshire , the wife of John R . o era . Ef » q ., of a daughter . On the 28 th ult ,, at Stanmer , the Countess of Chichester , of a » on .
On the 28 th ult ., at Worcester , the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel St . John , Bombay army , of a non . On the 29 th ult ., at the Philanthropic Farm School , Redhill , Surrey , the wife of the Reverend Sydney Turner , of a son . On the 31 st ult .. in Wilton-crescent , the wife of the . Right Honourable T . Milner Gibson , M . I ' ., of a son .
MAURI AGES On the 28 th ult , at St . George's , Hanover-square , Cnptaiu A . Pack . Seventh Royal Fusiliers , to Freilerica Katharine , second daughter of Colonel the Honourable Ilc-ly Iliitchinaon . On the iJHth ult ,, : it Ht . Mary ' s , Hryanston-yqtiare ( by the bride ' s brother , the Reverend Robert Crosse ) , Thou . Campbell Foster . l ' 'f < l-. barrister , of the Middle Temple , to Isabella , only daughter of Andrew OroBse , Esq ., of Hroomfield , Somersetshire , and nicer to Colonel lliimilton , lat « of lh < i Coldittream Guards . On the "Jlth ult ., "it Upton , Torquay , W . <; . Fell , eldest mom of the late W . VV . l'Vll , Esq ., of Preston , LancaHliiiT , burrister-utlittv . to I'lli / . a Jane , ( laughter of the lute Lieutenant-Colonel Combe , It M . On tlm 2 nd of October , tit Hoiiares , East Indies , H . O . Angelo , Kk (| ., Sixtfciil . h ( JreiiailiciH , to Helena , daughter of the Reverend 1 * . M . Cummin" ' , rector of l ' i ior , county of Ivi-rry , Ireland .
O > the Iftth of November , at liurrarkpnre , Kast Indies , Henry Ilrabazon Urmston , 10 « n ., of the Sixty-second Regiment H . N . I ., hoii ol' the late Sir James Itraba / 011 Urmston , formerly President of the Affairs of the II . K . I . C . in China , to Harriet Elizabeth Hiiffhi'H , dAWgliter of William Hughe * Huglieu , Enq ., formerly M . P . for Oxford . On thti 28 th ult .. 'IpHlcy , Warwickshire , the Reverend W . Pulling , follow and tutor of lirazenone Collect , and rector of Kustnor , to Henrietta Anne , only "laughter of the Reverend T . I ) . DolbiMi , rector of Ipsley and Hperoall . On the ~ Hlh nil ... at Trinity Church , Hath , by tin ; Venerable the Archdeacon of Rochester , the Reverend Wulki-r King , eldest hoii of the Areliilencon , to Juliana , oldest < i / ui ^ lit < -i of the late Captain llrnry Stuart , of the Sixty-ninth ltiigimciit . On the : t () th ult ., IliiniUo S . Samuel , Esq ., tin ; only nurviving ¦ on <> f Kimou Samuel , E « q ., of Gloucester-place , Portinan-H (| iiiiri ] , to Henrietta Moiilelioro , third daughter of II . J . Montcliore , i >« l ., of WeHthiMiriic-lemir . e . Hyde-park .
On the : 11 / 1 . ult ., at Wurriiifrtnn , the Reverend J . Cook , LK . lt ., of Mngilult / i College . Cambridge , eldest hoii of JnmcH Cook , 10 h < j .. of Illuckli / . illi , to Ann . iliclla , fourth daughter of tin- lato Jotm A ! d < 'iHou , "J ' . H (| ., and niece of ( Sir Richard Puleuton , Hart ., oi JCnnul , KlifVlshire . On the ; 5 f \ t nil .., at St .. Marylehonc Church , tlm Reverend P . Henry Itoi : siri , 1 NIchI mom ol tin- Reverend P . I Id ward Hoitihicr , inuumbiMit . ol ' St . Peter ' s , Malvern-Welln , to Louisa Sophia , only «' auirl » ter of thii Reverend Kdward Kcobell , M . A ., incumbent of bt . Potor ' H , Verc-iitreet , Marylebono .
On the 31 st nit ., at Salehurst . Sussex , A . St . John Richardson , Esq ., of the Bombay Civil Servce . to Mary Frances , eldest daughter of the Reverend Jacob George Wrench , D . C . L ., vicar of Salehurst .
DEATH 8 . On the 6 th of November , at Ahmednuyger , East Indies , in the Deccan , Mrs . Clara Tucker , widow of the late Lieutenant-Colonel W . P . Tucker , Bombay army . On the 16 th ult ., at Lisbon , on board H . M . S . Retribution , Lieutenant J . 8 . Darell , R . N ., fourth son of E . Darell , Esq ., of Calehill , Kent . ¦ ' : ¦ . ¦ On the 22 nd ult ., Mary Philippa Davies , widow of the late John Giiillemard , Esq ., of Clavering , Essex , and sister of the late D . Gilbert , Esq ., many years M . P . for Bodmin , and president of tne Royal Society . , „ . .. On the 23 rd ult ., W . B . Sarsfield Taylor , Esq .. aged 70 , brother of the late J . Sydney Taylor , Esq ., barrister-at-law . On the 28 th ult ., in Highbury-park , Aaron Chapman , l < sq ., late M . P . for the borough of Whitby , aged 80 . On the 28 th pit ., in Gloucester-gardens , Penelope , wife of the Reverend James Eyre , aged 67 . " On the 29 th ult .. at Upper Clapton , the Reverend A . Wells ,
Od 29 th ult ., at the Rectory , St . Peter ' s-du-Bois , Guernsey , aged 74 , the Reverend T . Brock , M . A ., commissary of Guernsey , and rector of St . Peter ' s-du-Bois . On the 31 st ult ., at Chelsea , the Honourable and Reverend * . Powys , aged 69 . , On the 27 th ult ., at Dorney Vicarage , Bucks , the Reverend I . Bull , rector of Fleet Marston , Bucks , aeed 85 . . On the 28 th ult ., at Dunstable , Staffordshire , C . Arkwright , On the 28 th ult ., W . Parker , Esq ., of Christ ' s College , Cambridge . aged 25 , only eon of W . Parker , late of Lichfield , a magistrate of the counties of Stattbrd ~ ancTWarwick . ] On the 29 th ult ., in Curzon-street , May-fair , W . H . Seguin , Esq ., aged 36 . . . On the 30 th ult ., at Ryde , Isle of Wight , Adelaide , youngest daughter of the Reverend William and Mrs . Moore , aged \ £ ^ On the 30 th ult ., at Stoke , Notts , R . Bromley , Esq ., M . P ., eldest son of Vice-Admiral Sir R . H . Bromley , Bart . On the 30 th ult ., at Dover , Sarah , the wife of T . Baldock , commander R . N . .
On the 30 th ult ., at Hackney , aged 91 , Mr . E . Colebatch , formerly of the Minories , and for forty years a member of the corporation of London . On the 31 st ult .. at the Vicarage , Northallerton , A . D . Mercer , F . sq , R . N ., aged 23 , second son of the Reverend T . Mercer , vicar of Northallerton .
Stays Superseded.—Stiff Stays Destroy Natural Grace, Produce Deformity, And Implant Disease, The And And Host Of Evils
STAYS SUPERSEDED . —Stiff Stays destroy natural grace , produce deformity , and implant disease ,
arise from their use . A substitute is provided by MARTIJ * 'S ELASTIC BODICE , or Anti-Consumption Corset , which is perfectly elastic , is without whalebone , furnishes a good sup . port , is easy and graceful in wear , will wa 3 h , is unaffected by heat or cold ; has a simple fastening , obviating the trouble of lacing . Can be sent post-free for a small additional charge . A prospectus and engraving sent on receipt of a stamp for postage . —E . and E . H . MARTIN , Surgical Bandage Makers , 504 , Oxford-street , London , near the British Museum .
PREVENTION of COUGHS and COLDS . — Persons liable to attacks of Coughs and Colds will entirely escape them by the occasional uae of that celebrated reme y , ^ LOCOCK' 8 PULMONIC WAFERS , which have a pleasant taste , and never fail to give instant and permanent freedom from all irritation of the Lungs . One of Dr . Locock ' s Pulmonic Wafers , allowed to dissolve in the mouth , immediately relieves the most violent Cough or Cold , and protects Weak Lungs from all the irritation of fogB and froats . Upwards of 300 cures of Asthma , Consumption , Coughs , & c , have been performed by his medicine ( and published ) during the last twelve months . To SINGERS and PUBLIC SPEAKERS thev are invaluable for clearing and strengthening the voice ; they have a pleasant taste . Price Is . 1 AtJ ., SJs . 9 d ., and 11 s . per box . Agents—Da Silva and Co ., 1 , Bride-lane , Fleet-street , London . Of whom also may be had , DR . LOCOCK'S FEMALE WAFERS , the only medicine recommended to be taken by Females , have no taste of medicine . Price la . ljd ., 2 s . l Jd ., and Us . per box . % ALL PILLS UNDER SIMILAR NAMES ARE COUNTERFEITS .
A NEW MEDICINE . FRANKS'S SPECIFIC CAPSULE—A form of Medicine at once safe , sure , speedy , and pleasant to those who object to fluid medicines , and suited to the convenience of persons travelling , visiting , or engaged in business . Kach Capsule containing the Specific is made of the purest Gelatine , which , cucaticd in tinfoil , may be conveniently carried in the pocket , and , being both elastic and pleasant to take , afforda the greatest facility for repeating the doses without intermission—it desideratum essential to the proper development of the curative cHeetB of any medicine , but more especially de-Hirable in those imed in the treatment of the diseiiHcB for which thene CupKiilcu are particularly recommended , and which ao anxiously concern both the medical attendant and patient ; the ino ^ t delicate person may take them with perfect safety , and they are unobjectionable to the moat susceptible stomach . Prepared only by George Franks , Burgeon , ut liin Laboratory , niaokt ' riars-road , where they may be had , and of all Medicine Vendors , in boxen , at 2 s . ltd . and 4 h . ( id . each , or aent free by post at : iri . and fw . each . Of «¦ hoin , also , may be had , in bottles , at 2 a . Dd ., 4 s . ( id ., and 11 s . each , FUANKS'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION . TKSTIMONIAI . H . From Joseph Henry Green , Khi | ., K . R . H ., President of the Itoynl College of Surgeon * , London ; Henior Hurgeou to St . Thomas's lloH |> ilul ; and Professor of Surgery in Kind's College , London . "I have made a trial of Mr . ('' ranks's ( Solution of Copaiba , ut Ht . Thomas ' s Hospital , in a variety of cases , and the results warrant my stating -, that it ia 1111 eHicucioua remedy , and one which does not produce the usual unpleaBant effect * of Copailm ., ( Signed ) "Josum Hicnhy Gukun . Lincolu ' D-inn Fieldu , April 15 , lHXV " From liruiiHhy Cooper , Esq ., F . R . 8 .. one of the Council of the Jtoyul College of HurffeoiiH , London ; Senior Burgeon to Guy ' a Hospital ; mid Lecturer on Anatomy , ike . " Mr . HraiiHby Cooper prcnerita his compliments to Mr . George I'Yanks , and has threat plcaimro in heariii | r testimony to the Hllcuc-y ol' his Solution of ( , ' opaiha . Mr . Cooper has prescribed tin * Solution in ten or twelve eases with perfect biiccchu . " New-street , April KJ , lnX > . " % TI 10 . C inedicineH are protected against counterfritn by the Government Slump—on which ia engraven " Gkouuu FuaWKS , IllacklVii' . i ' ij-i'uiid "—heiuv attached . U > eucU ,
YOURSELF ! WHAT YOU ARE ! AND WHAT FIT FORJ " See yourself as others see you . " —Burns . AN EXTRAORDINARY NUMBER of TESTIMONIALS from all classes , Philosophers , Peers , Literary Persons , and Divines of every denomination , have been received by the ORIGINAL GRAPHIOLOGIST , who continues to give her novel and interesting delineations of Character from au examination of the Handwriting , in a style of descri ption peculiarly her own . filling the four pages of a sheet of paper . Persons desirous of knowing their true character , or that of any friend in whpm they may be interested , mu 3 t send a specimen of the writing , stating sex and age , or supposed age ( enclosing fifteen posUge stamps ) , to MISS GRAHAM , 6 , AMPTON-8 TREET , GRAY'S-INN-ROAD , LONDON , and they will receive in a few days a minute detail of the gifts , defects , talents , tastes , affections , & c , of the writer , with many other things hitherto unsuspected . Just published , price Sixpence , ETIQUETTE for the MILLION ; or , the Hand , Book of Courtship and Matrimony . Addressed to all Young People . By Miss Graham , who will forward it post free ( under cover ) on receipt of eight postage stamps . "A charming little book . "— Daily News . "To all contemplating marriage it is worth its weight in gold . "—Lady ' s Newspaper . "We urge all our readers to possess this treasure . "—Herald . Address—MISS GRAHAM , 6 , AMPTON-STREET , GRAY'SINN-ROAD . LONDON .
BEAUTIFUL HAIR , WHISKERS , EYEBROWS . & c , may be with certainty obtained by usin ? a very small portion of ROSALIE COUPELtE'S PARISIAN POMADE , every morning , instead of any oil or other preparation . _ A fortnight ' s use will , in most cases , show its surprising properties in producing aml ~ caTling Whiskers , Ilaii , & u ., at any age , from whatever cause deficient ; as also checking grayness , & c . 8 entfreeby post , with instructions , & c , on receipt of twentyfour postage stamps , by Miss Coupelle , Ely-place , Holborn , London ; who may be consulted on these matters daily , from two till five o ' clock . TESTIMONIALS . Lieutenant Holroyd , R . N ., writes : " Its effects are truly as . tonishing ; it has thickened and darkened my hair very much . " Mrs . Buckley , Stapelford : "Your delightful Pomade has improved my hair wonderfully . " Mr . Yates , hair-dres 3 er , Malton : " The young man has now a good pair of Whiskers ; I want you to send me two pots for other customers of mine . " Mrs . Lello , Worthing : "I use your Pomade in my nursery , as I find it very useful for children ' s hair also . " DO NOT CUT YOUR CORNS—BUT CURE THEM . Also will be sent ( free ) , on receipt of thirteen stamps , her only safe , speedy , and lasting cure for softor hard corns , bunions , & c . It cures in three days , and is never failing . Mrs . Hughes , Sunbury : "It cured four corns , and three bunions , amazingly quick , and is the best and safest thing I have ever met with . " Address : MISS COUPELLE , Ely-place , Holborn , London .
RU PT URES EF F ECTUALLY CUR E D W I T HOUT A TRUSS . DR . BARKER still continues to supply the afflicted with the celebrated remedy for every variety of single or double rupture , the efficacy of which , in many thousands of cises , is too well known to need comment . It is applicable alike to male or female of any age , perfectly free from danger , causes no pain , inconvenience , or confinement ; and will be sent free by post , with instructions , & c , on receipt of 7 s . in postage stamps , or a Post-office Order , payable at the General Post-office . , Address , Alfred Barker , M . D ., 48 , Liverpool-street , Kingscross , London . At home for consultation daily from Ten till One , and Four till Eight ( Sunday excepted . ) A great number of trusses have been left behind by patients cured , as trophies of the immense success of this remedy , which Dr . B . will be happy to give to any requiring them after a trial IMPORTANT AUTHENTIC TESTIMONIALS . " In the five cases I wrote to you about , the remedy has perfectly succeeded ; send me another foi a case of Scrotal Henna . —John Armstrong , Navy Surgeon . " We have witnessed the cure of three enses of rupture by \> r . Barker ' s treatment , which confirms the remarks we made some time since on the utility of this discovery to those suffering from Hernia . "—Medical Journal . " Your remedy has cured my rupture after everything else had failed . I have used violent exertions since , but there ia no sign of its coming down . "—Miss Symmondtj , Bayswater .
CURES FOR THE UNCURED ! HOLL OWAY'S OINTMENT . —An extraordinary CunE of Sokofula or Kino ' s Evil . Extract of a Letter from Mr . J . II . Alliday , 209 , High-street , Cheltenham , dated the 22 nd of January , 1850 . "' To Professor Hollo way . gin , —My eldest son , when about three years of age . was alflicted with a Glandular dwelling- in the neck , which , after 11 short time , broke out into an Ulcer . An eminent medical m ;* .. pronounced it as a very bad ease of Scrofula , anil prescribed for a eor . Biderablc time without effect . The diaoaso then for lour years went 011 gradually increasing in virulenco , when , besides the ulcer in the neck , another formed below the left knee , and ji third under the eye , besideH seven others on the left arm , witli ji tumour between the eyes , which win expected to break . During the whole of tin ) time my duffering boy had received tin : constant advice of the most celebrated medical Gentlemen at Cheltenham , liCHideH being for noveral months at the General HoHpital , where one of the Surgeons Bitid that he would "'" P" - tate the left arm , but that the blood wan ho inipuro thut , if tli " limb were taken oil " , it would bo then even iinpoutublti to huudue the dim-ami . In this deBpumte Htatn I determined to ««*« your PillH mill Ointment a trial , and , after two months' purmsverunoo in thoir urn-, the tumour gradually began to diuiippear , aim tlui dixcluuw from all tho ulcers perceptibly decmmeil . and ' «• tlie expiration of eight montliH they wore porfeutly hi-aleil , i » n « tin ) boy thoroughly reHtorcd to tlm l ) lenaiiiRH of liealtli . to t "' - UHtoniHliment of ji Inrffo cirr . Ui of ac « iuaintance « , who coui < toHtify to the truth of thin inhaculoun case . Tlirno yeiirH i » ivnow elapaed without any recurrence to the niuludy , and the i » "y in now an healthy uh heart can wiuli . Under theue <; irc . uin « taii < ' 1 » I coimider that 1 Hliould bo truly ungrateful weio I not to »»" ¦ you acquainted with thin wonderful . oiire . ellectqd by your ni ««» - cineu . after every other iiiciuim hud failed . ,, ( Signed ) "J . II . Al . I-IDAY . Sold by the Proprietor , 244 , Htrand ( neur Tomplo Hiir ) . ''" " " don uud by all rt ^ pectable V « nd « rrt of Patent Mi'dwiim-H thiinu ! ' out ' thn < : ivili /«! il World , in Potn and Itoxim , at In . 14 < L . /»»• •"'¦' 4 h . fid ., Hb ., SWm ., and ;( 3 h . each . Thmo ia u vory consldoram Huving in taking- tho larger Biv . eu . N . H . —Directionb lor the guldnncc ofPaticutu ur « uttUeil *» each Pot or Uox .
Leader (1850-1860), Jan. 4, 1851, page 22, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/l/issues/cld_04011851/page/22/