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JERROLD'S MAGAZINE ADVERTISER.

:PURITY OF COMPLEXION! Is so essential an object, that without it even the finest eyes and the most regular features fail to excite interest: while, on the other hand, the possession of a delicate transparency of complexion is generally held as more than compensating for the absence of symmetrical perfection in the female countenance, and invariably confirms the application of the term "BEAUTIFUL I" An absolute realization of this charm follows upon the use of

ROWLAND'S KALYDOR,

A BOTANICAL PREPARATION from Balsamic Exotics ; for, whether resorted to in its specific character as a thorough purifier of existing defects of an cruptive nature and discolorations of the Skin, or as a benign PRESERVER and PROMOTER of its already bright and glowing tints, this ELEGANT TOILET REQUISITE has, in every instance, maintained its claim to the title of THE UNFAILING AUXILIARY OF FEMALE GRACE."

During SUMMER and AUTUMN, which are peculiarly the seasons of FASHIONABLE MOVEMENTS, the invigorating and refreshing properties of ROWLAND'S KALYDOR will be found singularly agreeable to LADIES TRAVELLING,

The effects produced by temporary EXPOSURE TO SOLAR ÁBAT, upon the FACE, NECK, ARMS, and HANDS, being neutralized, and the cloud induced by relaxation and laoguor dispelled by its power of sustaining a perfect elasticity of the skin, without which, certain (though perhaps unheeded) deterioration takes place. Thus, in the usual periodical visits made to the coast, ROWLAND's KALYDOR is indispensable as a preservative after SEA BATHING, from the irritation caused by the chemical action of saline vapour.

As a perfect illustration of the unquestionable safety attending the application of Rowlaad's Kalydor, and of the wide range of its utility, its iotroduction to the nursery, with the advantage which ensues in that interesting department of maternal solicitude, is most convincing;-here it soothes every species of incidental inflammation, and fosters all those infantine graces upon which the parental eye dwells with delight.

This Ex VTIC PREPARATIOv in every case promotes a healthy tone of the minute nessels, and is the most elegant as well as effective Toilet Appendage hitherto submitted to universal Patronage.

CAUTION. Its high and universal reputation causes UNPRINCIPLED SHOPKEEPERS to offer spurious Compounds for sale under the title of “KALYDOR, " composed of mineral astringents utterly ruinous to the complexion, and by their repellant action endangering health. It is therefore imperative on purchasers to see that the words

ROWLAND'S KALYDOR *
are on the Envelope (an Engraving of exquisite beauty, from a steel plate by Messes.
PERKINS, Bacon & Co.) To protect the Pablic from Fraud, the Hori. Commissioners of
Stamps bave directed the Proprietors' Name and Address, thus -

A. ROWLAND & SON, 20, Hatton Garden,
To be engraved on the Government Stamp which is affixed on each bottle.

Price 48. 6d. and 8s. 6d. per bottle.
Sold at 20, Hatton Garden, London, and by Chemists and Perfa mers.
*** AN other“ KALYDORS” are FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS !

REFORM YOUR TAILORS' BILLS. DOUDNEY & SON,

& SON, 49, LOMBARD, STREET. ESTABLISHED 1784,

HEAL & SON'S LIST OF BEDDINC.

Containing a full description of Weights, Sizes, and Prices, by which purchasers are enabled to jndge the articles that are best suited to make a good set of Bedding. Sert fred by post on application to their Establishment, the largest in London exclusively for the manufacture and sale of Bedding (no bedsteads or other furniture being kepo). HEAL & Son, Feather Drausch and Bedding Manufacturers, 190, ogponce the Chapel, Tottenham court rond.

JERROLD'S MAGAZINE ADVERTISER. THE STANDARD OF COGNAC. THE BEST COGNAC BRANDY is the produce of a tract of land in France, well known as THE CHAMPAGNE DISTRICT.

To meet a demand, greatly disproportionate to the supply afforded by so limited an area, the Foreign Traders in the article were notoriously in the habit of adulterating it with other Brandies, of an inferior quality, and they, thereby, induced a great number of the Proprietors of the best Vineyards in that district to establish a Company, in the year 1838. under the pame of “THE UNITED VINEYARD PROPRIETORS' COMPANY," for the purpose of counteracting the baneful effects of such fraudulent practices upon the character of the Cognac Brandy, and of enabling the Public to obtain through them the genuine article.

Thereputation which the Company now enjoys, in the Market, is the strongest proof of the fidelity with which they have hitherto effectuated the purposes for which they were formed.

This Company has engaged to supply Mesers. BETTS & Co., as appears by the following letter :" Messrs. Betts & Co., London.

“Cognac, 14th March, 1846. “Gentlemen,--We have very great pleasure in confiding to your care the sale of our BEST BRANDY, produced from the Champagne district, in order that you may be enabled, by the use of your METALLIC CAPSULE, to guarantee the GENUINE ARTICLE to the Public, at a fair remuneratiog price, and that we may derive a benefit from the extension of our trade through the high respectability, and established reputation of your House.

“We are, Gentlemen, your obedient Servants,
“For the United Vineyard Proprietors' Company,

“ GEO. SALIGNAC, Manager.” And Messrs. BETTS & CO., under the title of “LA SOCIETE VIGNICOLE CHAMPENOISE," beg to inform those consumers who wish for the BEST COGNAC BRANDY, that the same can be purchased throughout the Kingdom, in Bottles, at the price of 48. 6d. per Bottle for the Coloured, and 58. per Bottle for the Pale; each Bottle being secared by the Patent Metallic Capsule, which Messrs.

FRÈRES BETTS & Co. have the sole right of makiog, and which, when bearing the annexed impression, is a self-evident and certain safeguard against the possibility of adulteration; and proof that it was affixed to the Bottle, at their Stores, No. 96, ST, JOHN STREET. LONDON.

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DECLARATION OF THE NASSAU GOVERNMENT

(EXTRACT.) The General Direction of the Domains of His Highness the Duke of Nassau

“Declare, by these presents, that being desirous to prevent, and put a stop to the numerous falsifications committed in respect to the Waters of Selters (in England called Seltzer Water), they have BETTS granted to JOHN THOMAS BETTS, Patentee of the Metallic Cap

IMPORTER sule, and to no one else in the Kingdom of Great Britain, its Colonies and dependencies, the EXCLUSIVE RIGHT to PURCHASE and EXPORT, direct from the springs, the Waters of Selters, Fachingen, Schwalbach, and Weilbach.

“They declare further, that the bottles, after being filled with the respective mineral waters, are to be immediately, and in the presence of their officers, closed with the above-named capsules, which WASSER bear the impression and inscription, in the annexed drawing :

“The present declaration is granted to Mr. Betts, with authority to publish the same. Given at Weisbaden, this 18th day of December, 1844. • The Preident of the Direction General,

“Baron DE BOCK HERMSDORFF, Ducal Domains, Nassau.

“HENRY HENDELL, Secretary." The waters, thus secured, will be found, despite of time and climate, as gaseous, lively and fresh, as at the moment when filled at the springs; and the Nassau Government tha places in the hands of the Public the means of identifying their Waters.

VASSA

SELT

BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY,

(DISTILLERY, 7, SMITHFIELD BARS,) At 165. per Gallon, in bulk, or 18s. in capsuled bottles, not less than two Gallons. Single Bottles, in Town and Country, at 38., the Capsules embossed “ BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY, 7, SMII FIELD BARS.” Exclusively used at Guy's, St. George's, St Thomas's, and other Hospitals; and at the Manchester, Bristol, Brighton, and other Infirmaries.

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SAMPSON Hooks, AND HIS MAN JOE LING .
THE DETHRONEMENT OF SUMMER .
THE GIBBET-ITS DEATH AND BURIAL

THER, WHO LOVETH WITHOUT HOPE
LINES BY REBOUL, a Baker at Nismes, done into English
CURIOSITIES OF CHRISTENINGS
THE TRUE SUPPORT OF GENIUS.- An Appeal
YOUNG SQUIRE BENLOW
MINE AND OURS
PEARLS FROM POPISH PLACES. By a Serious Party
THE AGE OF PRACTICE
LOVE HER STILL
A HISTORY FOR YOUNG ENGLAND

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REVIEWS OF Books—

Father Darcy. By the Author of “ Mount Sorel”
Musings of a Musician. By Henry C. Lunn.

279
Christendom and Heathendom; or Sound and Sense 281
Thirty-Six Nonconformist Sonnets. By a Young Englander 282
Poems and Ballads. By John Purchas, B.A.

283 The Use of the Body in Relation to the Mind. By George

284 Progression by Antagonism. By Lord Lindsay

286 Fever Physiologically considered. By David McConneli Reed, Esq.

287 A Practical Manual of Elocation. By Merrit Caldwell, A.M. 287 Letters from Madras. By a Lady

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents not answered through the post, will ind Communications left for them with the Publisher.

"St. GILES AND ST. JAMES.”—The writer has to plead indisposition in excuse of the omission of his story from the present Number. Additional chapters, however, will be given, in order to secure its conclusion in the present Volume.

DOUGLAS JERROLD'S

SHILLING MAGAZINE.

SAMPSON HOOKS, AND HIS MAN JOE LING.

BY WILLIAM HOWITT.

As I have said, before my day all the old race of the village and neighbourhood—all those who made the staple talk of the older people-old Squire Fletcher, old Kester Colclough, Bill Newton, Jack Shelton, and the rest had passed away, and we saw the last of all the tribe, once the sun of mirth to the whole circle, like

many another sun of the same kind, burnt out and laid, after having been long sorely torn and gnawed by Melancholy, as if she owed him a grudge for having chased her for so many years from so many hearts, the wasted victim of this Melancholy in his narrow house. Sampson Hooks, and his man Joe Ling, were now figuring on the scene in a very different fashion. But before we proceed to paint them more at large we must pause a moment to sketch some traits of a mighty revolution in this country, of which thousands and tens of thousands are now daily feeling the effect, and of which thousands have no adequate conception, and few or none of those who have, have yet adequately described.

It is a fact that, within the last two hundred years, almost every acre of land in this country, except the large entailed estates of the aristocracy, have quite changed hands. There is quite a different race and class of men now living on all the small possessions of land, or on what has been formed out of those small possessions ; but the greatest and most rapid and striking alterations of this kind have taken place within the last fifty years. The French

No. XXI.-VOL. IV.

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