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THE GAS METER MAKERS.

THE GAS METER MAKERS.

The workmen in the employ of the Kingsland Road Gas Meter Company dined at the Rye House, on Friday, June 23rd, ult., and were honoured by the presence of Messrs. Croll and Reit, the chairpmasidg, na in nd manager of the company; A. Croll, Esq., re being supported by George Reit
July 2, 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF THE KING OF WUR- TEMB URG.

DEATH OF THE KING OF WUR- TEMB URG.

'We learn by telegraph that the King of Wuttemburg expired on the morning of June 25, at five o'clock, at , the Castle of Rosentein. William Frederick Charles was the second King. Born in 1781, he was the oldest of the reigning European Sovereigns, and in September would have be
July 2, 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
014 , ,erM,41•.;. -. = LATEST TNT ELLIG.ENCE THIRD tbITION.---SATuunAt EVENING. LATEST PROM AMERICA. THE CHINA.] NEW Youic, June 23.

014 , ,erM,41•.;. -. = LATEST TNT ELLIG.ENCE THIRD tbITION.---SATuunAt EVENING. LATEST PROM AMERICA. THE CHINA.] NEW Youic, June 23.

General GraEt's whole army was before Petersburg on the 17th inst. Cin the following day Grant assaulted the Confederate works, but was repulsed, suffering a loss of from 6,000 to 8,000 in killed and wounded. He mint alas, however, his entrenched line within a mile of the city.
July 2, 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
Planes, Saws, Files, And Every Description of MECHANICAL TOOLS AND CUTLERY. Apply for a New List of Prices, to be

Planes, Saws, Files, And Every Description of MECHANICAL TOOLS AND CUTLERY. Apply for a New List of Prices, to be

obtained Gratis of JOHN MOSELEY and SON, .7 and IS, KING STREET, and 27, BEDFORD STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON.
July 2, 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
• EMPEROR LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE . SOCIETY. 78, CANNON . STREET WEST, AND QUEEN STREET, LONDON. Etttitastt CLARKE, Esq.,

• EMPEROR LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE . SOCIETY. 78, CANNON . STREET WEST, AND QUEEN STREET, LONDON. Etttitastt CLARKE, Esq.,

Chairman. F. BoxrEms, Esq., Deputy-Chairman. Seventy per cent. of the profits given to the assured- Policies tnade payable during the lifetime of the assured, without extra premium'. Cl.ims paid to the policyholder within Fourteen days after satisfactory proof of death. Doubtful
July 2, 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
aROVE' S BOYS' & YO UTHS' TROUSERS, in novel fabrics, cut on the true fitting principle, Bs. 6d. to 12s.

aROVE' S BOYS' & YO UTHS' TROUSERS, in novel fabrics, cut on the true fitting principle, Bs. 6d. to 12s.

6d. Vests to match, 3s. 6d. to ss. 6d. Fine Black Doeskin and Cassimere, 10s. 6d. to 12s. 6d.
July 2, 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
LATER FROM AMERICA.

LATER FROM AMERICA.

New Yorsis, April 28.—Spain is semi-offic - islly reported to have reqoested the mediation and agreed te submit to the rho ration of the United States in the complication with ()Lill. Mr. B gelow, the American Am t assador in Paris, informs Mr. See ard that he sugges ed to M. Dr
May 12, 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
A MURDERER'S FUNERAL.

A MURDERER'S FUNERAL.

May 12, 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
, May 9.

, May 9.

announces ?.fended by Le Novara, ther ships, iishing it. Dalmatia. 3n trated at !ironing.) 'patios, the - powers to a of public ;ave on the will be Ittalions of a rewards iish them. , Friday. importrnt a of lan-of-war operations for the d of Uni- WAR. May 11. e event of ovemme
May 12, 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
always successful, but still it put the then tq great expense and inconvenience. (Hear.) Mr. Bligh, shoemaker, seconded the resolution

always successful, but still it put the then tq great expense and inconvenience. (Hear.) Mr. Bligh, shoemaker, seconded the resolution

in a most eloquent and forcible speech. For the last 35 years he had advocated the necessity of a general union of all trades for self-defence, and he was pleased to see this necessity new b, coming recognised more generally. (Hear.) When a lock-out then took place —supposing Bu
May 12, 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England