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LEVEE AT

LEVEE AT

MAJESTY'S LEVEE. Tajt.sty the Queen held her first this season on Wednesday, the 23rd The day was beautifully fine, and :ge number of persons lined the .te from Buckingham Palace to St. Lmes's. The Queen and Prince Consort :rived shortly after two o'clock. The Duke of Cambridge
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
clearness of articulation. The animal subsists upon fish, and consumes about 30 lb. weight of whiting per day. One peculiar

clearness of articulation. The animal subsists upon fish, and consumes about 30 lb. weight of whiting per day. One peculiar

habit it displays is that, after it has swallowed its first food in the morning, which it does not appear to masticate, ir disgorges once, and often twice or thrice, and then despatches again with an evident relish. It is about seven feet long, is amphibious, and possesses the p
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
NEW

NEW

%REBA HOTEL. BOW STREET, COVENT GARDEN, (Opposite the New Opera House), Central to all Railways, Theatres, and Law Courts. Private Sitting Room and Bed Room, ss. per Day, including Fire and Lights. A Porter up all night. Dinner in the gaffes-room, Is, 6d.; with Soup or Fish, 2s.
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Vrovinciai. ,_

Vrovinciai. ,_

TIIE LITE MR. JOHN PARSONS COOK.—The tomb stone of this deceased gentleman, who is supposed to have been poisoned by the notorious Palmer, has just been placed in Rugeley churchyard. It is the work of a London artist, and is of a plain unpretending exterior. It is a solid block
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
rLt,Sittlratuy, and *ipte.

rLt,Sittlratuy, and *ipte.

LORD MACAULAY'S article on " " in the last volume of the " Encyclopxdia Britannica" has not been thrown away. Not only do all the back numbers seem to have been sold, but Messrs. Black have found it necessary to advertise a re-issue. After this who shall ask, "What's in a name ?
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
BOOSEY'S SHILLING MUSIC BOOKS. 21 Complete Operas for the Violin, each - - - 1 0 100 Ballads for Violin

BOOSEY'S SHILLING MUSIC BOOKS. 21 Complete Operas for the Violin, each - - - 1 0 100 Ballads for Violin

1 0 100 Dances for Violin - - - - - - 1 0 100 Operatic Airs for Violin - - - - 1 0 100 Melodies for Concertina - - - - - 1 0 100 Sacred Melodies for Concertina - - - - 1 6 100 Operatic Melodies for Flute - - - - 1 6 BOOSET & SONS' Editions must be ordered, as no others contain t
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
"Honour the brave and bold, Long nuay the tale be told, Noble Six Hundred."

"Honour the brave and bold, Long nuay the tale be told, Noble Six Hundred."

"Honour the brave and bold, Long the tale be told, Noble Six Hundred." OMNIBUS " NURSING."—IIEAVY DAMAGES.—MT. Hughes, the proprietor of omnibuses running between Islington and Brompton, has obtained from a jury in the Court of Common Pleas a verdict of £4OO damages against the L
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
NEW ROYAL PAVILION THEATRE, WIIITECHAPEL ROAD. Lessee ... ... Mr. DOUGLASS. Continued success of FIFTEEN YEARS OF A BRITISH SEAMAN'S

NEW ROYAL PAVILION THEATRE, WIIITECHAPEL ROAD. Lessee ... ... Mr. DOUGLASS. Continued success of FIFTEEN YEARS OF A BRITISH SEAMAN'S

LIFE, with all its novel scenery and effects, reproduced at half-price of the admired Drama of the CABMAN'S CAREER. On Monday, March 7th, and all the week, the new Drama called FIFTEEN YEARS OF A BRITISH SEA. MAN'S LIFE; supported by Messrs. Dudley, A. Rayner, Belmore, Iludpeth,
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
COURT NEWS. Her Majesty the Queen held her second levee this season, at St. James's Palace, on Wednesday afternoon. It

COURT NEWS. Her Majesty the Queen held her second levee this season, at St. James's Palace, on Wednesday afternoon. It

was numerously attended. Captain Chas. Fellowes, R.N., presented the Imperial Chinese flag which had been captured from Commissioner Yeh's house at Canton. At the Privy Council on Thursday, the Right Hon. Spencer Walpole resigned his seals of office. The Right Hon. T. B. Sothero
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
TITLES MERITORIOUSLY EARNED.—The most captious Radical cannot complain, but that the last three gentlemen on whom the Queen has conferred

TITLES MERITORIOUSLY EARNED.—The most captious Radical cannot complain, but that the last three gentlemen on whom the Queen has conferred

honours have honourably and usefully earned them. The first of these is Sir William Armstrong, the engineer of the Ordnance, who has invented the well-known riflecannon; next on the list we have Sir Samuel Cunard, who has been the great instrument, by his steam-ships, of bridgin
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England