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IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES ABOUT TO FURNISH. .INEALES & CO., 452, New OXFORD STREET, W.C., invite the Public to inspect their

IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES ABOUT TO FURNISH. .INEALES & CO., 452, New OXFORD STREET, W.C., invite the Public to inspect their

Stock of BRASS IRON BEDSTEADS, FEATHER BEDS, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPRING, II AIR, WOOL, and other MATTRESSES and PALLIASSES, manufactured on the Premises, under the personal Superintendence of the Principals. Feather Beds Purified by Chemical Process, which thoroughly eradicates all
February 19, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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Age. 20 30 40 50 60

January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
The following particulars of the funeral of the poet are copied from the Glasgow Courier of Tuesday, 26th of July, 1796 :

The following particulars of the funeral of the poet are copied from the Glasgow Courier of Tuesday, 26th of July, 1796 :

" FUNERAL OF ROBERT BURNS. "Actuated by the regard which is due to the shade of such a genius, his remains were intvrred on 3louday last, the 25th July, with military honours and every suitable respect. The corpse having been previously conveyed to the Town Hall of Dumfries, rem
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
LORD CLYDE'S PARENTAGE.

LORD CLYDE'S PARENTAGE.

THE paragraph which appeared in the Glasgow papers intimating the recent death of Lord Clyde's father, turns out to be incorrect. That gentleman died many years ago, and we are enabled to give the following particulars regarding the parentage of the noble veteran, on the authori
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
AN INDIAN FAIR.

AN INDIAN FAIR.

VAST crowds of people_ of all classes and creeds gathered on Monday evening, says the Bombay Times, to witness a fair, held at the country-house and temple, at Gowalla, of Juggemtath Sunkersett, Esq. On the road were innumerable shops, glittering with the costliest and rarest to
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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LORD BROUGHTON, we understand, has arranged, or is arranging, his notes taken during several visits to Italy. They are intended for publication. THE love of the fine arts is spreading widely, and a fine arts exhibition has been opened at Capetown. The collection of oil paintings
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Obitttau.

Obitttau.

DEATH OP MRs. WonDswount.—The widow of the poet Wordsworth died at Rydal Mount, near Ambleside, on the 17th inst., aged eighty-eight, after a short illness. The deceased lady was of great assistance to her husband in all the works he gave to the public. For some years past Mrs.
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
GLASGOW.

GLASGOW.

The greatest of the gatherings in the city to do honour to the national bard took place in the City Hall on Tuesday evening, when about 800 gentlemen sat down to dinner. The hall had been beautifully furnished for the occasion. The north and south galleries were adorned with lar
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
1-11CMMOND'S MUSICAL PRESENTATION LIBRARY, THREE GUINEAS PER ANNUM. Three guineas' worth of Music presented, gratis, to every Annual Subsoriber to

1-11CMMOND'S MUSICAL PRESENTATION LIBRARY, THREE GUINEAS PER ANNUM. Three guineas' worth of Music presented, gratis, to every Annual Subsoriber to

tke above Library. Subscribers are liberally supplied, ea loam, will every description of new Vocal and Instrumental Music, and have also at their disposal upwards Leos ToMoses, inelniing the • Stsndard Operas, Italian, tlecraan, French, and Songs, and all kinds of Instrumental
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
NGLIS El ol' E COVENT GARDEN. Under the Management of Miss LOUIS' PINE Mr. JF. HARBISON. MONDAY, January 31st, and

NGLIS El ol' E COVENT GARDEN. Under the Management of Miss LOUIS' PINE Mr. JF. HARBISON. MONDAY, January 31st, and

during the Week, BALER'S New Opera of SATANELLA er, THE POWF.It OF LOVE. Miss Louisa Fyne, Miss Rebecca Isaacs, Susan Pyite; Mr. Weiss, George Honey, 11. St. Albyn, H. Corr', and Mr. W. Harrison. Conduct o r, Mr. A. Mellon. The little Pantomime, RED BIDING HOOD, produced by Mr.
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England