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TIIE METROPOLITAN CONVALESCENT INSTITUTION. President—His Grace the Duke of WELLINGTON. Treasurers—The Right Hon. Russell Gurney, M.P., and Col. W. F.

TIIE METROPOLITAN CONVALESCENT INSTITUTION. President—His Grace the Duke of WELLINGTON. Treasurers—The Right Hon. Russell Gurney, M.P., and Col. W. F.

Grant. DONATIONS and SUBSCRIPTIONS are earnestly solicited, to enable the Board to meet the greatly increased expenditure of this old Charity. 240 adults aro received at Walton ; 80 children at Mitcham and Hendon. Bankers—London Joint-Stock Bank, Pall-mall. CHARLES HOLMES, Secre
February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT. - THE CONSERVATIVE LAND SOClETY.—Persons wishing to invest large or small sums, receiving half-yearly interest warrants at four

DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT. - THE CONSERVATIVE LAND SOClETY.—Persons wishing to invest large or small sums, receiving half-yearly interest warrants at four

per cent. per annum, with power of withdrawal at fixed periods, according to amount invested, may deposit sums daily at the Offices, without becoming members of the Society.
February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
A YANKEE VISIT TO TENNYSON.

A YANKEE VISIT TO TENNYSON.

The Few York Citizen publishes a "private" lett* from a wandering Yankee who lately acted the part of Paul Pry in the Laureate's house at Faringford, in the Isle of Wight. Mr. Tennyson having shewn his guest his " newly -acquired territory," in the shape of wheat-fields, bought
February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SCIENTIFIC AND ORNAMENTAL PRESENTS. ORNAMENTS for the Drawing-room, Library, and Dining-room, consisting of a now and elegant assortment of VASES,

SCIENTIFIC AND ORNAMENTAL PRESENTS. ORNAMENTS for the Drawing-room, Library, and Dining-room, consisting of a now and elegant assortment of VASES,

Figures, Groups, Candlesticks, Obelisks, Inkstands, beautiful inlaid Tables, Paper Weights, &c., in Italian, Alabaster, Parian, Marble, Bronze, Derbyshire Spar, &c. Import e d an d manu f acture d by JAMES TENNANT; Mineralogist to her Majesty, 149, Strand, W.C., London. Mr. Tenn
February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
KING'S COLLEGE HOSPITAL, Portugalstreet, Lincoln's-inn.—The Committee earnestly- APPEAL for FUNDS to defray the heavy current expenses. Assistance is urgently needed.

KING'S COLLEGE HOSPITAL, Portugalstreet, Lincoln's-inn.—The Committee earnestly- APPEAL for FUNDS to defray the heavy current expenses. Assistance is urgently needed.

F. ALFRED BEDWELL, Vice-Chairman. JAMES BLYTH, Secretary.
February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE REDUCTIONS.

THE REDUCTIONS.

The reductions are being carried on with a vigour that even the partisan journals will admit. There are sonic slight difficulties, however. For instance, the Post mentions that in one department, now containing fifteen clerks, it has been officially reported that only two are re
February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER SECURITIES.

NEWSPAPER SECURITIES.

Mr. Bradlaugh has recently been prosecuted and condemned for not giving securities to the Government for the proper conduct of hi s p aper. Somebody has already been wicked enough to question the justice of selecting Mr. Bradlaugh's paper for condemnation out of a host of simila
February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MISS M. B. EDWARDS' NEW NOVEL. On Friday, Feb. 12, at all the Libraries, in 3 vols., Y. By MATILDA.

MISS M. B. EDWARDS' NEW NOVEL. On Friday, Feb. 12, at all the Libraries, in 3 vols., Y. By MATILDA.

BETHAM EDWARDS, Author of "A Winter with the Swallows," "Dr. Jacob," &c. Hurst and Blackett, Publishers, 13, Great Marlborough-street.
February 9, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ICINAHAN'S LL. WHISKY. - DUBLIN EXHIBITION, 188 S. This celebrated OLD IRISH WHISKY gained the Dublin prize Medal. It Pure,

ICINAHAN'S LL. WHISKY. - DUBLIN EXHIBITION, 188 S. This celebrated OLD IRISH WHISKY gained the Dublin prize Medal. It Pure,

Mild, Mellow, Delicious, and very Wholesome. Sold in Bottles, Bs. Bd., at the Retail Houses in Lor.don; by Agents in th e principal tcwns in England; or wholesale at 8, GREAT WINDMILL-STREET, LONDON, W. Observe the Red Seal. Pink Label and Cork Branded "King hart's LL Whisky. IJ
January 22, 1869 - Sun (London) - London, London, England