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January 15, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE the finest condition, is now being delivered by hA PARKER and Co. This celebrated y . 18ga

ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE the finest condition, is now being delivered by hA PARKER and Co. This celebrated y . 18ga

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March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
NOTES OF THE WEEK. BY OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed in this article.)

NOTES OF THE WEEK. BY OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed in this article.)

THE all-absorbing question of the day, Peace or war ? has been brought before the Legislature, and the statements of the ex-Premier and the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the subject were read with the greatest interest. The character which Lord Palmerston assumed was certainly
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
LOVE'S LABOUR LOST.

LOVE'S LABOUR LOST.

A NEWCASTLE lass, who we will call Susan, and whose years are something over " sweet seventeen, encouraged the attentions, at one and the same time, of a gallant and dashing draper's assistant in her native town, and of a " bold lover" (occupation not stated) in the go-a-head bo
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
LYCEUM THEATRE. Manager, - - Mr. EDMUND FALCONER. Great &continued success of Mr. & M rs.BARNEY WILLIAMS. In conseqnence of

LYCEUM THEATRE. Manager, - - Mr. EDMUND FALCONER. Great &continued success of Mr. & M rs.BARNEY WILLIAMS. In conseqnence of

the increasing attraction of Mrs. Barney Williams's admirable impersonations in the Extravaganza of AN HOUR AT SEVILLE, and of Mr. Barney Williams's performai ce of Phelim O'Donnell in the new Comic Drama of THE LEPRACHAUN, they will be repeated every evening during the week, th
March 5, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
DENT'S CHILONOIYIETERS3I Club. M. F. DENT, _ 33, Cockspur-street, Charing-cross, WATCH, CLOCK, AND CRONOMETER MAKER, By special appointment, TO HER

DENT'S CHILONOIYIETERS3I Club. M. F. DENT, _ 33, Cockspur-street, Charing-cross, WATCH, CLOCK, AND CRONOMETER MAKER, By special appointment, TO HER

MAJESTY THE QUEEN, 33, Cockspur-street, Charing-cross. STREET, COVENT GARDEN, (Opposite the New Opera - - ''Central to all Railways, Theatres, andiAsso Courts, Private Sitting Room and Bed Room, ss. per Day, efng Fire and Lights. Porter up all night. Dinner in the coffee-room, I
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
We are happy to announce that the WIZARD JACOBS and his GOBLIN (Mr. Sprightly), have arrived in London from Australia,

We are happy to announce that the WIZARD JACOBS and his GOBLIN (Mr. Sprightly), have arrived in London from Australia,

per Donald Mac Kay.
February 12, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
OUR -BERNS' NUMBER.

OUR -BERNS' NUMBER.

OUR - BERNS' NUMBER. THE HOUSE IN WI Tins number of our paper we devote to the cause which is bringing together so many festal gatherings, wherever the sun of the 25th goes down on the dwellings of men of Scottish race. Not that the occasion is a Scottish one only,—for if from Sc
January 25, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
decision which involved his family in ruin. He left five children younger than Robert and Gilbert. In these circumstances, the

decision which involved his family in ruin. He left five children younger than Robert and Gilbert. In these circumstances, the

youth and early manhood of the future poet were dark enough. "The cheerless gloom of a hermit," he says himself, "with the unceasing moil of a galley-slave, brought me to my sixteenth year." His brother Gilbert writes, "To the buffetings of misfortune we could only oppose hard l
January 25, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England
 
MONDAY POPULAR CONCERTS, ST. JAMES'S HALL. Monday Evening next, January 24 (an Extra Concert on Thursday, January 27), Monday Evening,

MONDAY POPULAR CONCERTS, ST. JAMES'S HALL. Monday Evening next, January 24 (an Extra Concert on Thursday, January 27), Monday Evening,

Jan. 31. Vocalists —Madame Viardot Garcia, Miss Ryles, Poole, Miss Lascelles, Madame Lancia, and Miss Dolby; Signor Luchesi and Dragone, Mr. Sinus Reeves, the Swedish Singers. Harmonium, Herr Engel; Concertina, Sig. Regondi. Conductors, Mr. Benedict and Mr. J. Hatton. Sofa stall
January 25, 1859 - Francis's Metropolitan News - London, London, England