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CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,

CONSISTING OF HANDSOMELY BOUND AND ILLUSTRATED WORKS, PUBLISHED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS SEASON. Pocket Books, Almanacks and Diaries, in great variety. Bronze, Papier Muth& and Ebony Inkstands, Blotting Cases. Note Paper and Cards, with Floral Wreath and Christmas Motto in centre, One
December 27, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
REMOVAL OF DUST.-CONTRACTORS FINED.

REMOVAL OF DUST.-CONTRACTORS FINED.

StrmEtT, contractor, was summoned for neglecting to remove the dust from certain houses in Old Fish-street, according to the terms of his contract. There were three distinct complaintsone in which the dust had not been removed for three, and two in which it had been permitted to
November 8, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON BUILDING TRADES:

THE LONDON BUILDING TRADES:

Looking at the metropolis as the head-quarters of the science and art brought to bear upon building operations, it is, perhaps, wofth a passing notice to form an estimate of the various classes more or less identified with or interested in building operations and the constructiv
November 8, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
epitome of Prim

epitome of Prim

epitome of Last week the births of 749 boys and 723 girls, in all 1,472 children, were registered in London. In the ten corresponding weeks of the years 1846-55 the average number was 1,382. The Lord Mayor has kindly consented to grant the use of the Egyptian-hall on Monday, the
January 3, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS.

METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS.

A special meeting of the Metropolitan Board of Works was held, on Tuesday, in the Council-chamber, Guildhall, on the requisition of five , members, to consider thc propriety of rescinding the resolution of the Board, which had rejected the memorial of the vestry of St. George, H
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
INK WRECKS ON THE COAST.

INK WRECKS ON THE COAST.

On Thursday week the coast was visited by a succ-ssion of gales, ranging from the S.W. to the N.E. They gradually increased in violence, and on Saturday night and Sunday they reached the fury of a hurricane. Already have a large number of losses been communicated by Lloyds' agen
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
EDUC A. T I 0 N. - FOLKESTONE. CARLISLE HOUSE ACADEMY, conducted by Mr. EDWARD BAYLY, offers superior advanta :es

EDUC A. T I 0 N. - FOLKESTONE. CARLISLE HOUSE ACADEMY, conducted by Mr. EDWARD BAYLY, offers superior advanta :es

to Parents desirous of placing their Sons in an Establishment where they would enjoy the care and comforts of a Home in connexion with the discipline of a School. The situation of Carlisle House in the best part of the Town, within five minutes' walk from the Cliff, combined wit
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

The correspondent of the Times describes the scene which ensued at Naples on the blowing up of the Carlo 111., ship of-war—whether by accident or design does not yet appear, and probably will never be known. There was a large quantity of gunpowder on board, a thousand muskets, a
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England