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POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

William Rickard Belding, a porter in the employ of Messrs. Taplin and Co., wholesale carpet manufacturers, Wood-street, Cheapside, was placed at the bar, before Sir R. W. Carden, charged with robbing his employers to a considerable extent, and was remanded. EXTENSIVE EMBEZZLEMEN
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

On Sunday night the premises of Mr. Samuels. a tol acconist, Shoreditch, were totally destroyed. The Scotch steamer Roslin, with all her crew, is supposed to have been lost in a storm this week. S. BARNABAS CHURCH, South Lambeth, situate a short dia. tame from the Vauxhall railw
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
BBOOKS BOUGHT to any amount, and the Utmost Price given, for immediate cash, thereby saving the delay, uncertainty, and expense

BBOOKS BOUGHT to any amount, and the Utmost Price given, for immediate cash, thereby saving the delay, uncertainty, and expense

of public auction, by a Second-hand Bookseller of twenty years' standing. N.B.—Catalogues gratis, and post free. 20,000 vols, of books. Apply to T. 3IILLARD, 70, Newgate-street, London.
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE SURGEONS' REPORTS AND APPLICATIONS.

THE SURGEONS' REPORTS AND APPLICATIONS.

The reports of the two house surgeons, Messrs. Coster and Waldegrave, were presented, and an application from Messrs. Sutherin and Jeffreys and Dr. Maurice Davis ' out-door surgeons, was received, all to the same effect, that Mr. Hall Poor-law' inspector, had required them to ke
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATIONS.

YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATIONS.

To the Editor of " THE METROPOLITAN." SlR,—Though I am now somewhat getting into years, yet I am very fond of attending the meetings held by the Young Men's Associations of different parts of London. I like much to hear what fresh unhackneyed minds have to say, especially on sub
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE FC/ITALISATION OF THE rOOll-RATE.

THE FC/ITALISATION OF THE rOOll-RATE.

FC/ITALISATION OF THE rOOll-RATE. A letter was read - from the Vestry-clerk of the parish of Kensington, asking the co-operation of this vestry in a movement for the equalisation , of the whole of the metropolis of the rates for the relief of the poor. It was decided that the que
November 29, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Mi WINDS said the board had Mr. Lewis to advise them.

Mi WINDS said the board had Mr. Lewis to advise them.

The CHAIRMAN would disabuse their minds. This not being a District Board, it would be impossible, without a vestry-clerk, to carry on their business, and send up members to the District Board to form a general rate. Mr. JOHNSON said any error must be on the part of the District
November 29, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
BOOKS BOUGHT to any amount, and the Utmost Price LP given, for immediate cash, thereby saving the delay, uncertainty, and

BOOKS BOUGHT to any amount, and the Utmost Price LP given, for immediate cash, thereby saving the delay, uncertainty, and

expense of public auction, by a Second-hand Bookseller of twenty years' standing. N.B.—Catalogue.s gratis, and post free. 20,000 vols. of books. Apply to T. MILLARD, 70, Newgate-street, London.
November 29, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
A CHURCH-RATE IN DISGUISE.

A CHURCH-RATE IN DISGUISE.

Mr. R. TAYLOR having been a churchwarden six years under the old state of things, considered himself peculiarly eligible to bring under the consideration of the vestry the expediency of voting £l5O out of the rents and proceeds of the Pedlar's Acre Estate, to be paid to the chur
December 20, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
B RITISH EMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.—lncorporated 187. Results of Nine Years' Business :-7,509 Policies issued, insuring £1,571,229; accumulated fund

B RITISH EMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.—lncorporated 187. Results of Nine Years' Business :-7,509 Policies issued, insuring £1,571,229; accumulated fund

from premiums, ; annual income, £45,481 us. 10d.; profits divided, £:18,000. Offices: 32, New Bridge-street, Blackfriars, London. JAMES I N GLIS, Secretary.
December 20, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England