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THE CRYSTAL PALACE ART-UNION, Under the sanction of the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for

THE CRYSTAL PALACE ART-UNION, Under the sanction of the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for

Trade. PURSUANT TO THE ACT 9 Sc. 10 VICT. CAP. 4S. Council. President—TUE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF CARLISLE, KG., Sze., &c. HIS EXCELLENCY THE MARQUIS OF Vice-Presidents— D'AZEGLIO. LORD TALBOT DE MALAIIIDE.
February 26, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
ROYA.L _ENGLISH OPERA., COVENT GARDEN. Under the Management of Miss LOUISA PIIE 4. Mr. HJIMISON. Last WEEK but TWO of

ROYA.L _ENGLISH OPERA., COVENT GARDEN. Under the Management of Miss LOUISA PIIE 4. Mr. HJIMISON. Last WEEK but TWO of

the Season. Total abolition of all Box-keepers' Fees, and Booking Charges. MONDAY, Feb. 28th, THURSDAY, Starch 3rd, and SATURDAY, the sth, Balfe's popnlar Opera of the " THE ROSE OF CASTILLE."—Messrs. Weiss, G. Honey, St. Albyn, Bartleman, and W. Harrison ; Miss Susan Pyne, Mort
February 26, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Subscribers of Three Guineas have the option of selecting any three of the One Guinea Works, or one copy of

Subscribers of Three Guineas have the option of selecting any three of the One Guinea Works, or one copy of

A magnificent Photograph (54 inches by 24) of the INTERIOR OF THE CRYSTAL PALACE, by P. H. DELAMOTTE, Esq. Subscribers of Five Guineas may either select various Presentation 'Works to that amount, or one copy of the following:— A NYMPH AT THE BATH, by JOHN GIBSON ' Esq., R.A., e
February 26, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
MARYLEBONE ELECTION.—After a sharp contest the election for this borough has resulted in the return of Mr. Edwin James, by

MARYLEBONE ELECTION.—After a sharp contest the election for this borough has resulted in the return of Mr. Edwin James, by

a majority of 3,376. The numbers at the close of the pool being,— JAMES ROMILLY - - - - 3,311 The greatest excitement has prevailed in the borough during the last few days, no ill-feeling appears to have been engendered, and in a few days all traces of the party feeling displaye
February 26, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
GALLERY of FINE ARTS, 34 35, BATHBONE PLACE. J. AND S. B. FULLER Respectfully invite the admirers of Water-colour Drawings

GALLERY of FINE ARTS, 34 35, BATHBONE PLACE. J. AND S. B. FULLER Respectfully invite the admirers of Water-colour Drawings

to VIEW their NEW GALLERY, which embraces the best talent of the two Water-Colour Societies. Admission on presenting card. Pictures, Drawings, and Photographs tastefully mounted and f ra.
February 26, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
EPITOME.

EPITOME.

A PROPOSAL having been submitted to the Board of Works for the Holborn district, offering a payment of £1 per lamp for a certain number in the district, in order to adapt them to the purposes of a permanent advertising medium, the board considered that it would be a disfiguremen
January 15, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
OHIO MINSTRELS, Adelaide Rooms, Lowther Arcade, Strand. Open every evening. Doors open at half-past Seven, commence at Eight o'clock. Grand

OHIO MINSTRELS, Adelaide Rooms, Lowther Arcade, Strand. Open every evening. Doors open at half-past Seven, commence at Eight o'clock. Grand

MORNING PER. FO R EANCE every Wednesday and Saturday, commencing at Three o'clock. Private Boxes, Z 1 is.; Boxes, 25.; Pit, Is.; Gallery, 6d. The Ohio Minstrels are 15 in number, whose surprising talents as vocalists, musicians, and dancers, have never been equalled. Director, M
January 15, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES'S THEATRE. OPERA COMIQUE. Lessee - - - M. REMUSET. Third Week of Madlle FAURE. Second Week of M.

ST. JAMES'S THEATRE. OPERA COMIQUE. Lessee - - - M. REMUSET. Third Week of Madlle FAURE. Second Week of M.

BERGER. Nights of performance, NfoxnAr, W rinNEsn AT, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY. Box-office open daily from II to 5, under Direction of Mr. Nugent. \\N&l•.*_
January 15, 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