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THE LONDON SEWAGE & THE AIR WE BREATHE.

THE LONDON SEWAGE & THE AIR WE BREATHE.

To the Editor "THE METROPOLITAN." Sr, —When the subject of the sewage of the metropolis was referred back by the Metropolitan Board of Works to their chief engineer to report upon, I was, with I believe, many others, under an impression that the whole question of disposing of th
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ft'" The answers will appear in our next.

ft'" The answers will appear in our next.

The answers will appear in our next. ANSWERS TO CONUNDRUMS INSERTED IN OUR LAST. 1. The one issues his manifestoes, the other manifests his toes through his shoes. 2. Because you see the knee grows (Negroes) out. 3. One wears the cross on his breast and the other on his back. 4.
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL NOTICE TO OUR READERS.

SPECIAL NOTICE TO OUR READERS.

Alt communications for the Editor of TIIE METROPOLITAN to be addressed to No. 3, Bolt•court—and nowhere else.
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
FIFTY REASONS EXPRESSED BY FIFTY DISINTERESTED PERSONS,

FIFTY REASONS EXPRESSED BY FIFTY DISINTERESTED PERSONS,

December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SEWAGE MAJNITRE-IMPORTANT TESTIMONY.

SEWAGE MAJNITRE-IMPORTANT TESTIMONY.

IT will be gratifying to our readers to know that several influential organs of opinion in this metropolis are adopting and advocating the views and principles which we have repeatedly asserted and endeavoured to sustain by a variety of arguments, relative to the disposal of the
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
lIIIIDSIIIP UPON BITTCHEIis.

lIIIIDSIIIP UPON BITTCHEIis.

Mr. G. TAYLOR called the attention of the Vestry to the notice that had been sent to the butchers, informing them that they can only apply for slaughter-house licenses through counsel; and he showed that it would cost each butcher at least £3 10s. That was a tax they could ill a
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Exhibition Prize Medal, Class 27. Sieve, Screen, and Wove-Wire Manufactory. riDWARD WALKER, 6, Cardington Street, Euston l I Station, Wholesale

Exhibition Prize Medal, Class 27. Sieve, Screen, and Wove-Wire Manufactory. riDWARD WALKER, 6, Cardington Street, Euston l I Station, Wholesale

and Retail Iron, Brass, and Copper Wire Weaver and Sieve 'Maker. Wove-Wire for Window Blinds.
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
OBNOXIOUS TRADES.

OBNOXIOUS TRADES.

Mr. ORR, chairman of the Estates Committee, presented a report relative to the letting of No 30, Howland Street, and extensive premises, to Mr. Swinney, a brass founder. He moved the adoption of the report recommending the Vestry to sanction the granting of a sub .lease to Mr. S
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We cannot insert communications referring to politics or persons, unless accornpinied by the writer's name and address,—of course, desired, private and confidential; nor can we undertake to return rejected copy. We do not hold ourselves responsible for any opinions expressed by
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
VESTRY OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER.

VESTRY OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER.

A Vestry-meeting of this parish was held on Thursday last, in the Vestry-room, Piccadilly. The Rector in the chair. The minutes of the proceedings of the Paving and Sewers Committee, were read and approved. Mr. CRA.NE recommended that the Paving Committee should use great cautio
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England