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January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
WOOLWICH.

WOOLWICH.

The Burns Commemoration celebrated at the Ship Hotel, Woolwich, consisted of a banquet given by a number of the Scotch residents ' military and civilian, to the amount of 120. Mr. Dingwell occupied :the chair, and proposed the various toasts—namely, _ the "Land o' Cakes," "Bobbi
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
present, tastefully . BILLIARDS.

present, tastefully . BILLIARDS.

A FIRST - CLASS TABLE, AT C. BARR'S, 11, UPPER WELLINGTON STREET, COVENT GARDEN. One Shilling per Hour, Private. Printed and Published. by RICTIARD STIDSTO FnANcrs, at his Printing-office, 3, Catherinestreet, Strand, in the parish of St. Martin'i-inthe-Fields, in the County of 1
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
E XHIBITION STAINED GLASS WINDOWS lyr!!!!1!T OF FOR THE MILLION. CHROMO—LITHOGRAPHS TNSTEAD of staining the glass, we stain a trans-

E XHIBITION STAINED GLASS WINDOWS lyr!!!!1!T OF FOR THE MILLION. CHROMO—LITHOGRAPHS TNSTEAD of staining the glass, we stain a trans-

: Is Re-opened in 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 Fretnliceheposets.iglEnccfloersiacshtileiral Church, Gothic, ,hia i
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
GRAPES TAVERN, BOW STREET, AND TERMINUS HOTEL , BRIGHTON. G. PAYNE & CO., AND AT THE TERMINUS HOTEL, BRIGHTON), in

GRAPES TAVERN, BOW STREET, AND TERMINUS HOTEL , BRIGHTON. G. PAYNE & CO., AND AT THE TERMINUS HOTEL, BRIGHTON), in

again appearing before the London Public at the above noted House, solicit a renewal of the kind patronage which they hare for Sixteen years received at JULLIEN'S CONCERTS, THEA.TRE ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA., Covent Gartlext LANE, &e., and trust to meet their Friends again by supplyi
January 29, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE LESSONS

PRIVATE LESSONS

AT ANY HOUR, ( Guaranteed) Li is. Oi
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
Ati, Liftrratrt, re &irate

Ati, Liftrratrt, re &irate

Liftrratrt, re &irate MR. JOHN MunuAY, the publisher, who holds the copyright of the works of Lord Byron, is about to pub!ish a complete People's Edition. The first part will be out towards the end of this month, and will contain " Childe lia.rold," complete, with notes, biograph
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL RESOURCES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.

THE NAVAL RESOURCES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.

I,VER since the memorable Cherbourg demonstration, the comparative naval resources of our own country and France have been . ) a subject of much intcrest. We purpose giving some sketches of the principal depots of both countries, and commence this week with a view and descriptio
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
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Two FATAL ACCIDENTS AT TIIE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY TERMINUS, PADDINGTON.—Mr. Wakley held a joint inquiry at the Bank of England Tavern, Paddington, touching the deaths of Henry Ryman, a railway porter, and Coppin, a labourer, in the service of the Great Western Railway Company, b
January 8, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England