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%REBA HOTEL. BOW STREET, COVENT GARDEN, (Opposite the New Opera House), Central to all Railways, Theatres, and Law Courts. Private Sitting Room and Bed Room, ss. per Day, including Fire and Lights. A Porter up all night. Dinner in the gaffes-room, Is, 6d.; with Soup or Fish, 2s.
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
atletTpolitati,

atletTpolitati,

THE ROYAL BRITISH BANK DIRECTORS—On Satur. dav the sentence of one year's imr , risonment expired which was passed on Edward Esdaile, one of the directors, and Hugh Innes Cameron, the Manager of the Royal British Bank, and they were consequently liberated from custody at the Quee
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
LATEST CITY NEWS.

LATEST CITY NEWS.

(FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) IT has been rumoured that the Emperor of the French has ordered the immediate evacuation of Rome by his troops, and that transports are already at Civitia Vecchia for the purpose of embarking them. It is said that if these are withdrawn such elements
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ENGLISH OPER,A_, COVENT GARDEN. Under the _Management of Miss LOUISA PINE 4 - hip. It HARBISON. Last WEEK but

ROYAL ENGLISH OPER,A_, COVENT GARDEN. Under the _Management of Miss LOUISA PINE 4 - hip. It HARBISON. Last WEEK but

ONE of the Season. No Performance on WEDNESDAY, being ASH-WEDNESDAY. The Pantomine for FIVE nights only. MONDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, the last Performances ,but Two, Balfc's " SATANELLA."—Messrs. Weiss, G. Honey, St. Albyn, 11. Cord, and W. Harrison; Miss Rebecca Isaacs, Susa
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
1 - THE CAPILLARY LAVATORY, 4 Under the Patronage of the Reads of the University College, London. 1 EUSTON ROAD,

1 - THE CAPILLARY LAVATORY, 4 Under the Patronage of the Reads of the University College, London. 1 EUSTON ROAD,

EUSTON SQUARE. 1 flai r Cut and Curled, or Shampoo'd equal to any House in the Globe. CHARGE 6d., or 12 CENTS. "N' NN HEAD SUPERINTENDENT, I PItopESSOR RYAN, M.R.C.8.5., t' From Phalans, New York.
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
CHINA.

CHINA.

THE following is from the Overland Friend of China of Jan 15 :—" The intelligence from China this mail is very interesting. First, we have to report the Earl of Elgin's return to Shanghai from, as it transpires, his perilous voyage up the Yang-tse-kiang as far as liankow ; and n
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Albert Bridge, Saltash.

Albert Bridge, Saltash.

Royal Albert Bridge of the South Devon and Cornwall Railway Company, which spans the Tamar at Saltash, is of the most stupendous efforts of engineering science of which the age can boast. The only other achievement of a like character which bears comparison with it is Mr. Stephe
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
PRECEDED 13Y THE

PRECEDED 13Y THE

Tartar, Russian, Turkish, and Arabic Alphabets, The Russian words are represented in Selavonic, with their pronunciation; ALSO An Itinerary and Measured Distances of the Russian Government and District Forts, Towns, Villages, etc., at the Recent Seat of War, with other Instructi
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
VII. The Council reserve the right of retaining, for a short period after the drawing, if required, for the purpose

VII. The Council reserve the right of retaining, for a short period after the drawing, if required, for the purpose

of public exhibition within the Palace, any of the Prizes before they are given . up to the several Prizeholders. Special Works of more elaborate character will be prepared, from which Subscribers of Two Guineas and upwards may (at their option) have the privilege of selection.
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Vrovinciai. ,_

Vrovinciai. ,_

TIIE LITE MR. JOHN PARSONS COOK.—The tomb stone of this deceased gentleman, who is supposed to have been poisoned by the notorious Palmer, has just been placed in Rugeley churchyard. It is the work of a London artist, and is of a plain unpretending exterior. It is a solid block
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England