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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

MARK LANE, DEC. 27. The arrivals of English grain and seed to the London market to-day were limited, with about 19,000 sacks of flour. From Scotland came 1,790 qrs. of oats, 303 qrs of barley, and 40 qrs. of malt, From Ireland the receipts were lOU qrs. of barley, 15 qrs. of mal
January 1, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
MAGIC LANTERNS AND DISSOLVING

MAGIC LANTERNS AND DISSOLVING

VIEWS. These instruments afford amusement and instruction to persons of all ages. Magic Lanterns, (with one tlogen comic slides) 6d. Illustrated catumgues post fre on receipt of two p o stage stamps.—KEyzon. and DE NDON (successors to HaTriS and Son), opticians, 50, High Holborn
January 1, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
ARCHITECTURAL

ARCHITECTURAL

PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. The EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHS, Foreign and British, is now OPEN, at sa, Pall-Mall, East, from 9 till dusk; and on Tuesday and Thursday evenings front 7 till 10. Ad. mission :Free to Subscribers to choose their subjects; to th, Public, Is. Season Tickets
January 1, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
CHINA.

CHINA.

The Baron Gros has returned to Shanghai, and as his Excellency does not accompany her Majesty's ambassador up the river, it is presumed he has not yet concluded his arrangements with the High Commissioners. The United States Commissioner is Shanghai, too, so we infer that his ne
January 1, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
BEGGAR MY NEIGHBOUR.

BEGGAR MY NEIGHBOUR.

- CHRISTMAS PANTOMIMES. Theatre, o mayr PRIVATE BOXES in the best situations, either for li small b en parties,re d urandin gthe STALLS ru n or h a t every io Christmas Pantomimes, at MR. MITCHELL'S ROYAL LIBRARY, 33, OLD BOND STREET. ----•"•••• Terms of Subscription to Circulat
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
PARENTS.— You should bear constantly in mind that nine-tenths of us are, from the very nature and necessities of the

PARENTS.— You should bear constantly in mind that nine-tenths of us are, from the very nature and necessities of the

world, born to gain our livelihood by the sweat of the brow. What reason, then, have we to presume that our children are not to do the same The path upwards is steep and long. Industry, care, skill, excellence in the parent, lay the foundation of a rise under more favourable cir
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
THE: TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT THE VICTORIA

THE: TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT THE VICTORIA

THEATRE. MR. PAYNE, the coroner, and a jury of eighteen of the neighbouring inhabitants, of whom Mr. Flyn was foreman, held an inquest at St. Thomas's Hospital, on the bodies, which lay there, of William Cooper and Henry Nash, who were killed in the accident. They were both abou
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
GICAL GARDENS, . _GENT'S PARK. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. On Mondays, Sixpence.

GICAL GARDENS, . _GENT'S PARK. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. On Mondays, Sixpence.

January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
the purposes intended. In this lamp the flame is suri•ounded completely with glass or talc. The gauze, which in the

the purposes intended. In this lamp the flame is suri•ounded completely with glass or talc. The gauze, which in the

Davy lamp is continued from the level of the wick upwards, obscuring the light, commences here some three inches higher. The draught or circulation is maintained by the external air passing through the body of the oil-can by means of four large tubes around the wick, communicati
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England