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pally who were waiting outside, as impatient as a crowd at the gallery entrance. As soon as I opened the

pally who were waiting outside, as impatient as a crowd at the gallery entrance. As soon as I opened the

door they rushed in and filled the space on the other side of the counter. With one voice they demanded their full salaries and arrears, and tlireatened, if I didn't help them, to help themselves. It was in Alin I urged that the manageNtike only- tenperarily absent, and would ma
November 26, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
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THE BULL TAVERN AND GARDENS (the Arsenal Station). ERITH. ERITII-ITER HOTEL & BOTANICAL GARDENS. GRAVESEib. ROSHERVILLE GARDENS. Open daily. ELEPHANT'S HEAD, Rosherville (J. Brown). • RAILWAY TAVERN, Northfleet, Gravesend, Kent. --------- _ To SOUTIIEND. (Prom Eastern Counties R
November 26, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
IVOTICE TO RAILWAY AND STEAMBOAT 11 TRAVELLERS.—ANDERTON'S HOTEL, No. 162, 164, and 165, Fleet-street, London. Breakfasts, with joint, is. 6d.

IVOTICE TO RAILWAY AND STEAMBOAT 11 TRAVELLERS.—ANDERTON'S HOTEL, No. 162, 164, and 165, Fleet-street, London. Breakfasts, with joint, is. 6d.

; Beds, at 10s. 6d. per week. Dinners from 12 to 8 o'clock—joints and vegetables at Is. 6d., with soup or fish, 2s. A night porter in attendance.
November 26, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
- DIEELE'S HOTEL & COFFEE-HOUSE (Established I 200 years), 177 and 178, Fleet-street, and 1 and 2, Fetter-lane, London. Bed

- DIEELE'S HOTEL & COFFEE-HOUSE (Established I 200 years), 177 and 178, Fleet-street, and 1 and 2, Fetter-lane, London. Bed

and Breakfast, 3s. Q. All the London papers, for past 100 years, filed, and can be seen any hour of the day. The principal provincial papers also filed. A porter up all night.
November 26, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
TSLE OF WIGHT.—KING'S HEAD HOTEL and. 1 BOARDING-HOUSE, Sandown Bay, close to the Sea. Single Beds, is. 6d.; Breakfast or

TSLE OF WIGHT.—KING'S HEAD HOTEL and. 1 BOARDING-HOUSE, Sandown Bay, close to the Sea. Single Beds, is. 6d.; Breakfast or

Tea, Is.; Dinner, 2s. Attendance, Is. It is highly recommended to invalids at. Evans's.
November 26, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
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Westminster Abbey.—Monuments of Celebrated Men; Chapels and Tombs of the Kings. Admission free, to the Nave, Transept, and Cloisters, from 9 to dusk. To the other parts at a charge of 6d. The service, daily, at 11 and 3. St. Paul's Cathedral, City.— Built by Sir Christopher Wren
June 18, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
WRITING, BOOK-KEEPING, &c.—SMITH Y and SON teach Gentlemen a fine bold Hand, and Ladies an elegant style of Writing, Arithmetic,

WRITING, BOOK-KEEPING, &c.—SMITH Y and SON teach Gentlemen a fine bold Hand, and Ladies an elegant style of Writing, Arithmetic,

&c., at 13 and 14, High Holborn, and 19, Wormwood-street, City. Exery pupil taught privately. Terms, from 10s. 6d.
June 18, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
THE BAKERS' TWELVE HOURS MOVEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "LONDON DAILY GUIDE." Operatic Bakers' Committee Rooms, Xo. 5, Silver-strut,

THE BAKERS' TWELVE HOURS MOVEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "LONDON DAILY GUIDE." Operatic Bakers' Committee Rooms, Xo. 5, Silver-strut,

Golden Square, . 15, 1859. MR. EDITOR,---1 letke this opportunity of thanking you for the very valuable leader which appeared in your edition of Saturday Sept. 10th, setting forth the claim 4. of the long oppressed journeyman bakers 4f this vast metropolis, The temperate -manner
September 24, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
THE BAKERS' FETE AT CREAIORNE.

THE BAKERS' FETE AT CREAIORNE.

The announcement that the association, which has the charge of the bakers' twelve hours -movement, would give a grand day and •night gala at- C,reinorne-gardens OR Saturday evening last, drew together a large number of persons anxious to aid in earrying.eut thedesired object. Th
September 24, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England
 
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September 24, 1859 - London Daily Guide and Stranger's Companion - London, London, England