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Ati, Liftrratrt, re &irate

Ati, Liftrratrt, re &irate

Liftrratrt, re &irate MR. JOHN MunuAY, the publisher, who holds the copyright of the works of Lord Byron, is about to pub!ish a complete People's Edition. The first part will be out towards the end of this month, and will contain " Childe lia.rold," complete, with notes, biograph
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL RESOURCES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.

THE NAVAL RESOURCES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.

I,VER since the memorable Cherbourg demonstration, the comparative naval resources of our own country and France have been . ) a subject of much intcrest. We purpose giving some sketches of the principal depots of both countries, and commence this week with a view and descriptio
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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Two FATAL ACCIDENTS AT TIIE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY TERMINUS, PADDINGTON.—Mr. Wakley held a joint inquiry at the Bank of England Tavern, Paddington, touching the deaths of Henry Ryman, a railway porter, and Coppin, a labourer, in the service of the Great Western Railway Company, b
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Oar Patirai

Oar Patirai

MR. CHARLES DICKENS. is there that has not read one or er of the works of the inimitable Boz," whose name is, literally, more " Household Word " than that of Charles Dickens? That name has become thoroughly identified with the literature of the present generation, and will be ha
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
THE lONIAN ISLANDS.

THE lONIAN ISLANDS.

ADVICES from Zante to December 16, 1858, and Athens to the 18th, state that Mr. Gladstone had been encountered everywhere with demonstrations in favour of the annexation of the Seven Islands to Greece. His language had uniformly been firm and conciliatory. He had told the lonian
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
:NING IN TUE BRITISII CAMP.

:NING IN TUE BRITISII CAMP.

fore us, in one enclosure, about sixty or seventy yards square, stood the Rajah's palace. On the right was the bare wall; on the left an arched building of brick, not yet finished or cemented, and behind us was the continuation of the bare wall, the gateway, and some storehouses
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
W. KIRBY,

W. KIRBY,

CHANDELIER MANUFACTURER, BRASS & COCK FOUNDER, 16, GREEK STREET, SOHO, Estimates for Public, Parish, and Private Works given.
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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AND the a IV GA

the act. up in the middle of the n band's throat, and when offence, turn round and s the act under the influenci es li, _ eripecifully inritr to VIEW ti N' , . ,ngs fhich embraces the best icieties. Admission on presenting card. Pictures, Drawings, and Photographs tastefully mou
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, CIIEAP, ELEGANT, AND USEFUL, AT PARKINS AND GOTTO'S, 24 AND 25, OXFORD STREET. - bid) Carriage Bags and

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, CIIEAP, ELEGANT, AND USEFUL, AT PARKINS AND GOTTO'S, 24 AND 25, OXFORD STREET. - bid) Carriage Bags and

Reticules, from ss. lid.; 250 Drass• ing-eases. I2s. 6d. to 20 guineas; 300 Inkstands, plain and elegantly mounted; 280 Writing-eases, 2s. 6d. to 5 guineas; 200 superb and elegantly-mounted Envelope Cases, 225.; 200 ditto Blotting-Books; 1,090 Card Cases, Portmonnaies, &c.; 100
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England