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arms reversed. The prine pal part of the inhabitant' and neighbourhood, with a number of particular friends of the bard,

arms reversed. The prine pal part of the inhabitant' and neighbourhood, with a number of particular friends of the bard,

from remote parts,followed in procession; thegreat bells of the churches tolling at intervals. " Consigned to earth, here rests the lifeless clay, Which once a ,ital spark from Heaven inspired The lamp of genius shone full bright as day, Then left the world to mourn its light re
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
S MONUMENT ON THE DOON

S MONUMENT ON THE DOON

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January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH AND IRISH eurrij nuh aniurattl i 3osuraurt ;0 - arirtti. With which are united the ENGINEER'S', HOUSEHOLDERS', AND AGE

ENGLISH AND IRISH eurrij nuh aniurattl i 3osuraurt ;0 - arirtti. With which are united the ENGINEER'S', HOUSEHOLDERS', AND AGE

ASSURANCE COMPANIES, 345, STRAND, LONDON, W.C. Capital, £lOO,OOO. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. Trustees. The Rt. Hon. the EARL of YARBOROUGH, Lord Lieut. of Lincolnshire. The Rev. JOHN EDMUND Cox, M.A., F.S.A., St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (Deputy Chairman). W. F. DoesoN, Esq.
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
NEW ROYAL PAVILION THEATRE. PROPRIETOR, MR. JOHN DOUGLASS. Monday and during the Week, THE GRAND PANTOMIME OF HANDY-PANDY-SUGAR- CANDY, To

NEW ROYAL PAVILION THEATRE. PROPRIETOR, MR. JOHN DOUGLASS. Monday and during the Week, THE GRAND PANTOMIME OF HANDY-PANDY-SUGAR- CANDY, To

conclude with a Grand Romantic Drama. JOHN DOUGLASS' Popular Prices as usual.
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
London Crystal Palace, REGENT CIRCUS, OXFORD STREET, /ail) GREA.T PORTLAND STREET. This magnificent building is now open to the pulalic

London Crystal Palace, REGENT CIRCUS, OXFORD STREET, /ail) GREA.T PORTLAND STREET. This magnificent building is now open to the pulalic

for the sale of all kinds of useful and fancy articles. The photographic establishment, aviary, conservatory, general refreshment room, with retiring room attached, are replete in their several departments. Admission, free.
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
EAST SURREY LAUNDRY, FOR CLUBS & HOTELS,, 4 ' 47i DENMARK HILL, CAMBERWELL.

EAST SURREY LAUNDRY, FOR CLUBS & HOTELS,, 4 ' 47i DENMARK HILL, CAMBERWELL.

January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
BEGGAR MY NEIGHBOUR.

BEGGAR MY NEIGHBOUR.

- CHRISTMAS PANTOMIMES. Theatre, o mayr PRIVATE BOXES in the best situations, either for li small b en parties,re d urandin gthe STALLS ru n or h a t every io Christmas Pantomimes, at MR. MITCHELL'S ROYAL LIBRARY, 33, OLD BOND STREET. ----•"•••• Terms of Subscription to Circulat
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
PARENTS.— You should bear constantly in mind that nine-tenths of us are, from the very nature and necessities of the

PARENTS.— You should bear constantly in mind that nine-tenths of us are, from the very nature and necessities of the

world, born to gain our livelihood by the sweat of the brow. What reason, then, have we to presume that our children are not to do the same The path upwards is steep and long. Industry, care, skill, excellence in the parent, lay the foundation of a rise under more favourable cir
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
THE: TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT THE VICTORIA

THE: TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT THE VICTORIA

THEATRE. MR. PAYNE, the coroner, and a jury of eighteen of the neighbouring inhabitants, of whom Mr. Flyn was foreman, held an inquest at St. Thomas's Hospital, on the bodies, which lay there, of William Cooper and Henry Nash, who were killed in the accident. They were both abou
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
GICAL GARDENS, . _GENT'S PARK. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. On Mondays, Sixpence.

GICAL GARDENS, . _GENT'S PARK. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. On Mondays, Sixpence.

January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England