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SHOCKING MURDER IN DERBY.

SHOCKING MURDER IN DERBY.

A atrocious murder was committed in Derby on Christmas eve. It took place in a public-house, the sign of the Bishop Blaze, situated in the Morledge, a somewhat low neighbourhood. The name of the murderer is Arthur Bland, and that of the victim Edwards, whose death was caused thr
January 1, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Snllata.

Snllata.

POST-OFFICE THEFT.—At the Glasgow Circuit Court John Hobart Coates, a young man of reipectable exterior, was charged with having, on the night of the 19th or morning of the 20th July last, while employed as deputy comptroller in the head post-office, Glasgow, stolen a letter cont
January 1, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
A FEW GOOD ACTORS WANTED, Who can inyest a small sum in the purchase of stage dresses and properties. Apply

A FEW GOOD ACTORS WANTED, Who can inyest a small sum in the purchase of stage dresses and properties. Apply

at SAMUEL MAY'S Theatrical Repository, 35, Bow-st. _ . The largest collection in England. Theatres, public and private, furnished with complete and appropriate costume. A first-class wardrobe for an opera company, to be sold cheap, or lent on hire. All in the profession should k
February 26, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIA.

THE GOLD FIELDS OF VICTORIA.—.Every day (says a Melbourne correspondent) brings its evidences of the folly of the late rush out of the colony. The following is an extract from a private letter received yesterday from Heathcote, and may be relied on for its truth: —" The finds in
February 26, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
SUPPORTING HIS THEORY BY

SUPPORTING HIS THEORY BY

EXPERIENCES, ANECDOTES, AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS; In the course of which he will introduce an Original Definition of I-I IT M 173 IT G. Open at 7, commence at 8. CARRIAGES FOR A QUARTER TO TEN. Stalls, 35.; Balcony, 25.; Body of Hall and. Gallery, is. Tickets at Chappell's, M
February 26, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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JV •• •• TIRYAK FARUK. - tRYON & Co'§ INDIAN VEGETABLE xtracted from Indian Gums, Rootsignd Wild Herbs, as compounded and-used by the.,lndians, with such wondedid success, for curing the bite venomous snakes, reptiles insects, cuts and wounds. It Is a sure and speedy remedy, whe
February 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, REGENT'S PARK. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. On Mondays, Sixpence.

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, REGENT'S PARK. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. On Mondays, Sixpence.

February 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL & DRAMATIC GOSSIP.

MUSICAL & DRAMATIC GOSSIP.

LANE.—A new Ballad Opera was produced on Monday night, in the presence of a crowded audience, and with entire success, the title," William and Susan," will of course convey to our readers that it is in regard to the main incidents so identical with the late Mr. Douglas Jerrold's
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
, which L Societicat: wings, a'

, which L Societicat: wings, a'

\ ‘P-tRAT*S 4 . , BELLE VUE , , COBLENTZ -ON-THE-RHINE. I p ROPRIETOR, MR. NOCHE, ho has the honour to infor m the Nobil ity and the Publi c t at he has taken the abov e lon g -establi shed Hotel , and th at has also thrown the Tr ois Suis se Hotel into it , thereby aking his Es
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
'ED GLASS WINDOWS IR THE MILLION. of staining the glass, we stain a trans- Is Re-opened in 1 parent material,

'ED GLASS WINDOWS IR THE MILLION. of staining the glass, we stain a trans- Is Re-opened in 1 parent material,

easily applied by any person. By this method; with equal permanency, we obtain Messrs. ROWNEY & Co.'s superior finish, richness, and brilliancy, at a tithe FINE ART .GALLERY of the cost. Ecclesiastical, Gothic, Armorial, and 7 French Designs, for Church, Hall, or Conservatory 52
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England