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WHAT ARE WE TO DO WITH OUR CRIMINALS?

WHAT ARE WE TO DO WITH OUR CRIMINALS?

A meeting of the Law Amendment Society was held on Monday night; Lord STANLEY in the chair. A letter from Lord Brougham was read by the secretary (Mr. Hastings), suggesting that "some arrangement ought to be made for giving the Home Department more regular and effectual assistan
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
lIANSOME'S PATENT SILICEOUS STONE —All kinds of ORNAMENTAL DETAILS for BUILDINGS and GARDEN DECORATIONS furnished at reduced peces. A large

lIANSOME'S PATENT SILICEOUS STONE —All kinds of ORNAMENTAL DETAILS for BUILDINGS and GARDEN DECORATIONS furnished at reduced peces. A large

assortment of Chimney-pieces, Balus'tea_ des, Capitals, Trusses, Terminals Fonntains, Vases, &c. ; and mural Tablets, Monuments, Headstones, and Grave Markers, mOrt , durable and of much less cost than in any other material. An extensive Stock always on view. Estimataa and Illus
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE

THE

SECOND EDITION. NOW READY, PRICE 6d. PROTESTANT DISSENTER'S ALMANACK AND POLITICAL ANNUAL. 1857. The issue of this work for 1857 is arranged on a new and comprehensive plan, and contains more matter of practical importance than any of its predecessors. Part I. gives all the info
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
MRS. HEWETT begs to intimate that the of her ESTABLISHMENT will be RESUMED D . v .) Jan. 22, 1857.

MRS. HEWETT begs to intimate that the of her ESTABLISHMENT will be RESUMED D . v .) Jan. 22, 1857.

Hanbury House, Tewkesbury.
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
LADIES' SCHOOL, HIGHER BROtrGHTON, MANCHESTER.—The Misses MULL have REMOVED from EAGLEFIELD HOUSE to No. 3, PARKTERRACE, GREAT CLOWES-STREET. The Pupils

LADIES' SCHOOL, HIGHER BROtrGHTON, MANCHESTER.—The Misses MULL have REMOVED from EAGLEFIELD HOUSE to No. 3, PARKTERRACE, GREAT CLOWES-STREET. The Pupils

will RESUME their Studies on Wednesday, Jan. 21.
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PROTESTANT DISSENTERS' LADIES' COLLEGE. Established 1855. Dissenters should send for a Prospectus. Terms very low, and inclusive—advantages first-class. The Advertiser

PROTESTANT DISSENTERS' LADIES' COLLEGE. Established 1855. Dissenters should send for a Prospectus. Terms very low, and inclusive—advantages first-class. The Advertiser

wishes to place a SON or TWO with parties from whom naughters would be sent. As the terms are very low on the one part, trier must be so on the , other. Ministers' daughters received at a minimu....barae. Address, Rev. H. Le Fevre, Alveston, near Bristol. The FOURTH SESSION COMM
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Just published, RECOLLECTIONS. of a DETECTIVE POLICE OFFICER. In fscp. Bro, price Is. 6d., fancy boards; or free by post

Just published, RECOLLECTIONS. of a DETECTIVE POLICE OFFICER. In fscp. Bro, price Is. 6d., fancy boards; or free by post

for Twenty-two Stamps. Library Edition, cloth gilt, Illustrated, Is. 6d. EXPERIENCES of a BARRISTER. By S—- D.C.L. In fscp. Bro, price Is. 6d., fancy boards: or free by post for Twenty-two Stamps. Library Edition, cloth gilt, illustrated, 3s. 6d. Fourth Edition. TALES of the COA
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE STATE OP THE WORKHOUSE.

THE STATE OP THE WORKHOUSE.

Mr. TAVERNER said, seeing Dr. Gourley, one of the directors and guardians, in his place, and he being a gentleman who had given most of his time and attention to the management of the workhouse, more particularly to the remedying of evils he had pointed out on a former occasion,
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
HACKNEY.

HACKNEY.

The usual weekly meeting of this Board was held at the Town Hall, Church-street, on Thursday morning, Mr. J. NITCIIENER in the chair. _ THE PROPOSED LOAN or 5,000/. Mr. the clerk, read the following communication from the Metropolitan Board of Works, with reference to the Propos
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Engineers Department.

Engineers Department.

tion for a list of names proposed for streets in lieu of duplicates:— No. 1, Greek-street, Soho, Jan. 5, 1857. reply to your . application for a list of nam es proposed for streets in lieu of duplicates, the Chairman has directed me to inform you that the subject is still under
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England