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VHIAP ROUTE to LRELAND.—LONDON to = M aws) :Mem mashie fa As. Nal ; Mos IMAM Orli. sad IS% Os

VHIAP ROUTE to LRELAND.—LONDON to = M aws) :Mem mashie fa As. Nal ; Mos IMAM Orli. sad IS% Os

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15 December 1866 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE

LITERATURE

My Home is in Mama, my Some it not Here: a Nan-afire for the Young, or, a 11'm Year's Gift for 1860. By Miss KiNLET, Author of " Lindly Parsonage and the Manor House," &c. Tenth Thoasand. With a Preface by the Rev. 'Axes P. 9 . .tanErr, Rector of Kellistown. Belfast : Alex. S. M
7 January 1865 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 
ROYAL POLYTECHNIC.—Important to Schools and Families—Three Lenten Lectures on F:lementary Astronomy, by Protean)? Pepper, illustrated with a madnikent Dimeloins Orrery,

ROYAL POLYTECHNIC.—Important to Schools and Families—Three Lenten Lectures on F:lementary Astronomy, by Protean)? Pepper, illustrated with a madnikent Dimeloins Orrery,

and Caned Photographs (where Obtainable) of the eon, Moon, and Planets. Syllabus : Sad Lecture, Friday, March M at 2.10 and 7.110. Eclipoes of the Son and Noon— Clause of, Defined—Elliptleelofthe Orbit et the Noon—Why Four sne*metre Total Ecli Sun amused in the month of July, at
18 March 1865 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL AND MUSICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL AND MUSICAL GOSSIP.

A company, with a capital of 100,0001., is formed, to continue Mr. Lumley as director of Her Majesty's Theatre. The most strenuous exertions are to be made to render the ensu)iiaesstmson one of the most brilliant in the annals of Her y's Theatre. It is rumoured that the inimitab
28 August 1852 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 
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i a-- ) 7c.,---, ..,.:•R....,:,:.!:._,..1.- ,- ,„- , (r—• 2 V • SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1852. SHIFTING THE SCENES. PREMONITORY sounds begin to be heard of an approaching change in the diplomatic scenes. Lord MALMESBUBY'S incompetence to play his present part has become too obvious t
28 August 1852 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 

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THE A T L A S.

THE A T L A S.

to competition with our own. He did so, not to favour France, but to serve Britain. Let the Government of France act in a similar spirit if it desires the improvement of its revenue or the enhanced comforts of the people. As for reciprocity—il est Crop tard. But Lord MALMESBURY
28 August 1852 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 
EXPECTATIONS FROM THE MINISTRY.

EXPECTATIONS FROM THE MINISTRY.

THE important question—what will Lord DERBY do ?—has been answered only by negatives. We are able to pronounce positively upon many poiifts what he will decidedly not do; and thus, if not able to solve the delicate problem absolutely, we are able to arrive at an approximation to
28 August 1852 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 
THE ATLAS.

THE ATLAS.

Now, we think the " parochial authorities" of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, ought to take the case of Mr. Bloomfield into serious consideration; and if they do not, we hope that there is some vestryman of sufficient spirit to bring the matter before the notice of the vestry. Either
28 August 1852 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 
REVIEWS OF NEW BOOKS.

REVIEWS OF NEW BOOKS.

Notes and Narratices of a Six Years' Mission, principally among the Dens of London. By R. W. VANDERKISTE, late London City Missionary. London : Nisbet and Co. 1852.
28 August 1852 - The Atlas - London, London, England
 
IN all FEMALE COMPLAINTS and LEREGULARI-1. 'fig% Mn. GOSS (wife of Dr, Gas. a Practising Physician) any N ecasnitri s

IN all FEMALE COMPLAINTS and LEREGULARI-1. 'fig% Mn. GOSS (wife of Dr, Gas. a Practising Physician) any N ecasnitri s

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28 August 1852 - The Atlas - London, London, England