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No. 10.] OLD FATHER THAMES! ONCE MORE TO THE RESCUE!! Our former cry was not ill-timed. A similar one has

No. 10.] OLD FATHER THAMES! ONCE MORE TO THE RESCUE!! Our former cry was not ill-timed. A similar one has

issued from more commanding organs. The REGISTRAR GENERAL, who watches with unerring sagacity over the operations of Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos, in our vast city, tells us that the doings of these fatal maidens will be immensely accelerated by the execution of Mr. Bazalgette'
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
tllbL aitttiT!, LONDON, Saturday, August 30, 1856. PROCEEDINGS OF THE POOR LAW BOARD* IN SAINT PANCRAS.

tllbL aitttiT!, LONDON, Saturday, August 30, 1856. PROCEEDINGS OF THE POOR LAW BOARD* IN SAINT PANCRAS.

aitttiT!, LONDON, Saturday, August 30, 1856. PROCEEDINGS OF THE POOR LAW BOARD* IN SAINT PANCRAS. CENTRAL BOARDS ' having a vague and ill-defined authority, have of late years become very numerous. There is no doubt that their functions are anomalous in the practical working of t
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
IMAGA.

IMAGA.

IMPROVEMENT OF THE LONDON THOROUGHEIRES.—If the reader will glance at the map of London, he will see that the Thames, which irregularly bisects the metropolii longitudinally, makes an elbow northward, reaching into the very centre of the region of houses, and literally coming wi
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE TOY OF THE GIANT'S CHILD.

THE TOY OF THE GIANT'S CHILD.

(Written in German by Panics ALBERT, and translated by the late G. F. RICHARDSON, Geologist of the British Museum.) It is the lofty Inselberg—a mountain high and strong — Where once a noble castle stood—the giants held it long; Its very ruins now are lost, its site is waste and
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
TRINITY, ST. PANCRAS.

TRINITY, ST. PANCRAS.

TWO GENTLEMEN, who feel for the position of the Incuinbent, under the 'piesitire Of a debt of £4OOO, aSkinied to free his Building Committee, and who regret the, manner in which the interest and life policy cheek the district work among ten thougand people, offer £lOO each, to m
September 20, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ST. PANCRAS VESTRY.

ST. PANCRAS VESTRY.

On Thursday last a meeting of the above body took place, and more than ordinary interest in the subjects of its deliberations was evinced by a numerous attendance of ratepayers. The business was to determine the several amounts of new rates about to be levied, and great anxiety
September 20, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We cannot notice Anonymous Correspondence, nor return such Communications as may be rejected. We are compelled, through want of space, to omit several important Communications and Articles on interesting subjects; and for which, our best thanks are due to our correspondents and
August 16, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
I am, &c., QUIDAM. To the Editor of "THE METROPOLITAN."

I am, &c., QUIDAM. To the Editor of "THE METROPOLITAN."

I am, &c., QUIDAM. To the Editor of " METROPOLITAN." Snt,.—lt appears to me that yourself and several of your correspondents, together with the good people of Erith, labor under a great misconception as to the effect likely to be produced by the discharge into the Thames of the c
August 16, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
No. 16.] A LAST CHANCE FOR LONDON AND OLD FATHER THAMES!

No. 16.] A LAST CHANCE FOR LONDON AND OLD FATHER THAMES!

Tits practical science of England has accomplished great things; it has run a tunnel under the Thames; it has built the Plymouth Breakwater; it has erected the Conway Tubular Bridge, and htmg a Royal highway over the Straits of Menai ; it has reared majestic structures in the ai
October 11, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
GARDEN ENCLOSURES IN SQUARES.

GARDEN ENCLOSURES IN SQUARES.

A statement was presented of the sums required by the several Committees appointed by the inhabitants of the several squares and other places, for defraying the expenses of the management of the enclosed gardens, and for the payment of the debts due thereon up to Lady Day next.
October 11, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England