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REPEAL OF THE INCOME-TAX.

REPEAL OF THE INCOME-TAX.

- - At a public meeting held at the London Tavern on the 24tb of November, 1856, Sir J. Duke, Bart., M.P., in the chair, the following resolution was carried by acclamation and amid loud cheering (not one hand being held up against it): " Resolved,-That this meeting is of opinio
December 13, 1856 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

POETRCY. TIHE DEATII OF THlE OLD YEAR, F Full knee-deep lies tire initelr snow, Anid tile winter winds are suesrily Sighing: Toll Ve tile CrairCh-bell gad arid siOW, Avid tread softly and speak low, Yor the old year lies a-dying. Old year, you Moinst ot die: You caine to us So re
December 31, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MORALS FOR THE MONTHS.

MORALS FOR THE MONTHS.

MORALS FOR TUE MONTHS. _i MILOl~ili ruit I crsr. x~l * tie, (From Punch's Abnanack.) JANUA RY. er In January, o'er the ice, ad The rapid skater flies, by So never scorn sincere advice: as ed "Economy is wise." ro' it FEBRUARY. r he In February feathered songsters pair, nd The cro
December 31, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MIAIRKETS. past- CORN EXCIIANGE.-MAIRK LANE. LONDON. 11112 MONDAv, Dec. S9t-There wao a short supply Of wil.cit by land * carriage samples from Essex andl Kent this mornsing; tlsot of basrley, leans, otell peats wits moderate, with limoited fresh arrivals of Ei~glisht ,ato
December 31, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

i.rt t . At Ivauldslie, on the 23d inst., Mrs James Tait, of a son. At 116 High Street, Portobello, on the 21st inst., Mms John Davidson, of a daughter. At Weliwood Park, Selkirk, on the 25th inst., Mra Ro- berts, of a daughter. At Barthomley Rectory, Cheshire, on the 21st inst.:
December 29, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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The Noble Art of Self-Defence.—Knives and Revolvers.

The Noble Art of Self-Defence.—Knives and Revolvers.

The Roble Art of Self-Defence.-Knives and Revolvers. Mr. Editor.-Sir,-Having just taken the decisive and, as it appears to me, necessary step of providing myself with a revolver and a large spuiog-handled knife (the one for outdoor, the other for indoor protection), I consider my
December 21, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESS.

CHESS.

0 H E S S. To Correepondents. L. T.-With t..o lights a-gaiist a Kiihll eg i lenuate cannr, be efiieetj There aie, holecvcr, soie liesetiolis ti wiuil hile Kitighie aill IN airaillst Kilnd Plltawn. W l. S* it.--lt is, cecr ?? lrccfrallc to cvaflc the Gamritt, merc espeaialla ?? i'
December 21, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DR LIVINGSTONE'S DISCOVERIES IN AFRICA.

DR LIVINGSTONE'S DISCOVERIES IN AFRICA.

ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Oln Monday night a special meeting of the Royal Geographical Society was held, for the purpose of presenting Dr Livingstone with the gold medal on his return home from his African travels. The society's rooms were crowded to excess with persons both a
December 20, 1856 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

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December 20, 1856 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

193 PICCADILLY, I. On the 1st oft January will be published,the First Volume ofa Cheap and Uniform Edition of the WORKS OF MIIR THOMAS CARLYLE. Handsomely printed in crown 8vo, pric 6s cloth. THE FRENC H RE VOLUTION: A HISTORY, Will be the first Work issued, and will be complete
December 20, 1856 - The Examiner - London, London, England