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Tte bifheat the Metropoiia to 7d. the toweat M w the 4tb loaf.- la aoaa of the aabu.-ha baker* a

Tte bifheat the Metropoiia to 7d. the toweat M w the 4tb loaf.- la aoaa of the aabu.-ha baker* a

••Hint at a lower rate. lI4BKBT. Coen FtcoAMca. Mosoat. Octobee IS. Theaopplr of Peed «a »bi«U tbi. morotor. Seed t>4a I'lwer; and Caraway ta ra.lorio b i>. Ciovara. Mu.taroa, aad otbc; Sesdaare ell Ira. ...aaccl ta he*'rrd aat bnaga fal. cei. Feioat.—fraieaUadr ai ah.'«ut Mon l
October 21, 1849 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIKLD.-raiDar.

SMITHFIKLD.-raiDar.

We h»d butamrl«f«te »u ply Be»«t« to-day. end thoee were prtnrlpt (h« unto Moadkj. but tbs weather has vara, aad Dead M»r-beu were much e». ac.tl the irada with them very bad, v«a dull lower yreea. a .cl- * user S* 01, Tn«c number Sr.cep »as bat aatM. aad yet t e trade via escec
October 21, 1849 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.—The SIEGE of MOOLTAN, descriptive b»rtle piece, for the pianoforte, from authentic of the attaca n1 capture of tr.at

NEW MUSIC.—The SIEGE of MOOLTAN, descriptive b»rtle piece, for the pianoforte, from authentic of the attaca n1 capture of tr.at

eclebrated fortret#; the music 9fh«*-erf, illuml* Dated title in tint*, hr Brancard, pdee ?s —London: Lee and C- 48, Aldfmar.e-sireet. whe mar had the saeces,fal Battle of i' raon. for the p ar.oforte, Iph Schubert, iLuatrated to tint*, »s «d. Let Pe»lt Via et-ts »»itertl,s ment
October 21, 1849 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TBB BBWBK OOHMIMION.

TBB BBWBK OOHMIMION.

The Government issued new Commission of Sewers, the reason for which appears to be that the old Commissioners did not agree among themselves. From the new commission the dissentient members are excluded, and unanimity is secured. If the Commissioners of Sewers farmed a merely ex
October 21, 1849 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON, OCTOBER 21, 1849 IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MID-DAY RAILWAYS.

BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON, OCTOBER 21, 1849 IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MID-DAY RAILWAYS.

October 21, 1849 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The Emperor of Russia’s Threat to France,

The Emperor of Russia’s Threat to France,

The Evenrment says—“ The aide-de-camp of the Em peror of Russia, who arrived yesterday Paris, has been presented to the Minister of Foreign Affairs by Kissclef, the Russian Charge d’Alf aros. After a long conference, the Russian envoy is said to have declared that the Emperor Ni
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SPORTING MEMS.

SPORTING MEMS.

Anticipations thb Houghton Meeting.— The Criterion Stakes of 30 sovs each, 20 ft, will have eight or ten competiters, selected from the following:—La Belle, Industry filly, Sidus, Nutshell, William the Cenqueror, The Nigger, Cadger or Witchcraft, Sisyphus, Pitsford, and Tordesma
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NEW WEEKLY

NEW WEEKLY

VOL. 21.—N0. 1,006.
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS. THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. Report on the Occupation of Rome M. Thiers has presented kis report <*n tke denuind

FOREIGN NEWS. THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. Report on the Occupation of Rome M. Thiers has presented kis report <*n tke denuind

made f>r certain credits necessary cover the expenses of the occupation of the Roman States until the end of the year. The money question was hi limine disposed by the admission that it served pretext for demandine act of approbation from the Assembly for the policy purvued with
October 21, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CONTEST FOR VESTRY CLERK OF ST. MARY-LE-STRAND.

CONTEST FOR VESTRY CLERK OF ST. MARY-LE-STRAND.

CONTEST FOR VESTRY CLERK OF ST. MARY-LE.STRAND. A vestry meeting of the above parish took place in the vestry room, New Church-court, Strand, last Thursday evening, for the purpose ofreceivingthenames of candidates for the office of vestry clerk, vacant by the resignation of Mr.
October 21, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England