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HEALTH OF LONDON DURING THE WEEK.

HEALTH OF LONDON DURING THE WEEK.

In the week ending last Saturday the total number of deaths registered was 1,075; the weekly average derived from deaths in the autumnal quarter (which commences with the present month) of five previous years is 1,162; the weekly return, therefore, now exhibits a decrease on the
October 21, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN BURIAL GROUNDS.

THE METROPOLITAN BURIAL GROUNDS.

I The London Gazette of last Tuesday night con- tained the following orders, which have been issued by the General Board of Health to the Church- wardens of the parish of St. Saviour, Southwark, with respect to the Cross-bones burial-ground, situate in Red-cross-street, in the a
October 21, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INTRAMURAL BURIALS.

INTRAMURAL BURIALS.

A very full meeting of the " National Society for the Abolition of Burials in Towns" was held last Tuesday, at the Society's rooms, Bridge-street, Blackfriars, Mr. G. A. Walker in the chair. Sir C. Aldis, Drs. Johnson, Evans, and Rogers, Messrs. Kiugsford, Feltre, Hamber, &c., w
October 21, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HORRIBLE MURDER OF A WIFE AND CHILD BY THE HUSBAND AND FATHER.

HORRIBLE MURDER OF A WIFE AND CHILD BY THE HUSBAND AND FATHER.

Between seven and eight o'clock last Saturday mornin the inhabitants of Clapham and the neighbourhood were thrown into a state of excitement and consternation by a report which was circulated that a double murder had been committed in one of the courts in the immediate vicinity
October 21, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. JULLIEN'S CONCERTS.-M. JULLIEN I 111 • has the honor to announce that his ANNUAL SERIES of

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. JULLIEN'S CONCERTS.-M. JULLIEN I 111 • has the honor to announce that his ANNUAL SERIES of

CONCERTS will commence on FRIDAY, Nov. 2d, and continue for ONE MONTH.—FuII particulars will beiduly announced. THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET. Third week of Mr. Macready's farewell performances, previous to his final retirement from the stage. Positively the last nights of Mrs. Nisbe
October 21, 1849 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Tons Ports of To Ships. Commanders. Burthen. Destination. Sail. A SHIP . . . 500 Sydney Nov. 10 RALPH THoursou

Tons Ports of To Ships. Commanders. Burthen. Destination. Sail. A SHIP . . . 500 Sydney Nov. 10 RALPH THoursou

. . . . 385 S. Atkinson Hobart Town Oct. 24 ROYAL ARCHER 400 P. Scott Adelaide Oct. 27 STATESMAN . . 1150 'J. W. Lane Do. and Port Phillip Nov. 1 HOOGHLY. . . 700 A. Sproal Ditto Nov. 15 A SHIP 500 Port Phillip Nov. 5
October 21, 1849 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
For further particulars apply to the undersigned, who are constantly despatching a succession of superior first-class Ships (Regular Traders), to

For further particulars apply to the undersigned, who are constantly despatching a succession of superior first-class Ships (Regular Traders), to

each of the Australian Colonies. 34, Fenchurch street, MARSHALL and EDRIDGE. London.
October 21, 1849 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
INDIA, AUSTRALIA, CAPE of GOOD HOPE, So.—The CABIN PASSENGERS' Outfitting Branch of S. W. SILVER and Co. is at 68

INDIA, AUSTRALIA, CAPE of GOOD HOPE, So.—The CABIN PASSENGERS' Outfitting Branch of S. W. SILVER and Co. is at 68

and 67, Cornhill, as heretoanc ; where OUTFITS for OFFICERS, CADETS, CIVILIANS, and CABIN PASSENGERS generally, are 'furnished at the lowest Shipping rates. SILVER and Co. negotiate Passages, give or obtain Colonial information, also as to the probable Departure and Arrival of S
October 21, 1849 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Is. W. Lane A. Sproal Adelaide and Port Phillip. Adelaide and Port Phillip, Nov. 1 Nov. 151 INov. 11 Nov.

Is. W. Lane A. Sproal Adelaide and Port Phillip. Adelaide and Port Phillip, Nov. 1 Nov. 151 INov. 11 Nov.

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October 21, 1849 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
COMMERCIAL and GENERAL LIFE AS ASSOCIATION, 112, CHEAPSIDE. Assurances effected upon every system. Half-credit given for the whole term of

COMMERCIAL and GENERAL LIFE AS ASSOCIATION, 112, CHEAPSIDE. Assurances effected upon every system. Half-credit given for the whole term of

Assurance. A liberal commission allowed to Solicitors and Agents, and Fees paid, to Medical Referees. To Parties requiring temporary loans, by effecting assurances with this Association, great facilities are afforded in obtaining such assistance. JAMES DANIELL, Secretary.
October 21, 1849 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England