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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
 
FOR PADDINGTON.

FOR PADDINGTON.

Mr. WOOLRYCII, the clerk; laid before the Board the following litter from Mr. H. Burslem, representative for Paddington, tendering his resignation. "14, Kensington-garden terrace, Hyde-park, ean. 5, 1857. " conformity with the fifty-fifth section of the Metropolitan Local Manage
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICES.

CANDIDATES FOR OFFICES.

Mr. Aim moved that a special committee be elected by ballot, to whom should be referred all applications and testimonials of candidates for offices under the vestry, with power to elect, unless otherwise determined by the vestry. 4. question was raised as to whether the proposal
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

Upon tho report of the oommiueo appointed to draw up a memorial for presentation to the Metropolitan Board, embodying a protest *OW the demand about to be made upon the parish towards the liquidation of the debt of the late Sewers Commission being read, it was referred back to t
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
fforeign anti Colonial.

fforeign anti Colonial.

FRANCE. CONCLUSION OF THE CONFERENCES. The Debats was the only Paris journal that offered an account of the proceedings of the first sitting of the new Conference. The Conference met, as previously stated, at half-past one in the afternoon- of Wednesday, under the presidency of
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
APPEALS.

APPEALS.

A large part of the rest of the sitting of the Board was occupied in hearing questions of appeals of persons against compensation awarded to them by vestries and district boards for loss of office, caused by the passing of the Metropolis Local Management Act.
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England