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GREENWICH POLICE COURT.

GREENWICH POLICE COURT.

• THE CLERICAL a 77. i i e 3 s 7 0 4 7 ORL- describedFU nT 111‘ a :R s a CT D lA is r fertc; minister, was r l d v i as ng brought up on remand- , from Saturday last, charged with Obtaining various sums of money lit the neighbourhood °nee Blackheath, under false pretences; and .
April 10, 1858 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
LATER INTELLIGENCE. THE INDIAN MUTINIES. --10+.-

LATER INTELLIGENCE. THE INDIAN MUTINIES. --10+.-

FLIGHT AND PURSUIT OF THE ENEMY FROM LUCKNOW. The following telegram, from her Majesty's Acting Consul-General in Egypt, was received at the Foreignoffice, Corfu, April 7, 0.30 p.m.: ALEXANDRIA, APRIL 3, 1858. The steamer Candia arrived at Suez yesterday from Calcutta; the steam
April 10, 1858 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
Vercsonat. ,-

Vercsonat. ,-

MAKING LITTLE OF ma WIFE.—The Paris Correspondent of the Glasgow Herald states that a Russian nobleman, now in Paris, wears his wife on his finger. His much-loved spouse having died lately, the grieving husband besought a celebrated chemist to redite,e her remains to a co ucontr
April 10, 1858 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
WANTED TN the Choir of Christ Church, East Greenwich, a 1 the and 50PE...“0. A small salary will be given.

WANTED TN the Choir of Christ Church, East Greenwich, a 1 the and 50PE...“0. A small salary will be given.

Apply to Mr. Somerford, Organist, 24, Nel4onstreet, Greenwich.
April 10, 1858 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
THOMAS MACHIN • TEA DEALER AND GROCER, 16, BROADWAY, DEPTFORD. TI APING opened the ahoy° premises as a branch 1

THOMAS MACHIN • TEA DEALER AND GROCER, 16, BROADWAY, DEPTFORD. TI APING opened the ahoy° premises as a branch 1

I to hi i old Established Business in High-street, respectfully invites attention to his present revised list of prices, and reels assured that takily , quality as the "test of cheapness," they will be found lower than any other house : • Black or mixed (strongly recommended 16
April 10, 1858 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
DR. CAPLIN'S ELECTRO CHEMICAL BATH, OR expelling Lead, Mercury, Zinc, and other obnoxious substances, from the human body, and thus

DR. CAPLIN'S ELECTRO CHEMICAL BATH, OR expelling Lead, Mercury, Zinc, and other obnoxious substances, from the human body, and thus

removing the cause of many painful diseases—such as mercurial rheumatism, etc.—which often resists every remedy, simply because there is something present in the system which medicine cannot remove, and therefore cannot cure. Dr. C. by a very simple process and without pain, eli
October 31, 1857 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
Builders, Carpenters, Undertakers C. Brooke, Carpenter and Upholsterer, No. 5, Queen's-place, Blackheath-road. Furniture repaired and French polished. Estimates given for

Builders, Carpenters, Undertakers C. Brooke, Carpenter and Upholsterer, No. 5, Queen's-place, Blackheath-road. Furniture repaired and French polished. Estimates given for

general repairs. Furniture Bought. B. G. Pinchback, Cabinet Maker, 18, Blisset street, Greenwich. Furniture repaired and Re-polished. G. Simpson,Drainage contractor under the Metropolitan Board of Works, Norway street, Bridge street, Greenwich. Plans, B:c., without extra charge.
October 31, 1857 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
LORD MELVILLE ON THE INDIAN

LORD MELVILLE ON THE INDIAN

A dinner was given on F..day evening at Dalkeith (county of Edinburgh) to Mr. Dundas, of Arniston, on the occasion of the birth of a son and heir. During the evening Lord "Melville's health was drunk, when he took the opportunity of making the following observations on our relat
September 12, 1857 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
No. 111 Printed a SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 1857. and Published by JAMES SEAWARD, Per Quarter, payable in Pr i ce

No. 111 Printed a SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 1857. and Published by JAMES SEAWARD, Per Quarter, payable in Pr i ce

Three -h alf-pence. . London Street, Greenwich. advance, is. 6d.
September 12, 1857 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England
 
H. F. COCKLE'S 33r....A.03EK.1 2 3EM.A.T33C Oil, Italian, Pickle, and Fish Sauce Warehouse, ESTABLISHED for the Sale of every Article

H. F. COCKLE'S 33r....A.03EK.1 2 3EM.A.T33C Oil, Italian, Pickle, and Fish Sauce Warehouse, ESTABLISHED for the Sale of every Article

in the above Trade Of the very best description, Mlieving that the public generally would decidedly prefer paying a fair price f or a good article where it can be had. AT No. 2, BLACKHEATH HILL, Can be had (and the Public say it) COCKLE'S SUPERIOR CANDLES, which give a clear and
September 12, 1857 - Borough of Greenwich Free Press - London, London, England