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RESECTION OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARIES' ACT IN ST. PANCRAS.

RESECTION OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARIES' ACT IN ST. PANCRAS.

A few days ago a meeting of the ratepayers of St. Pancras was convened by the overseers, in compliance with a requisition, and pursuant to the Act of Parliament. At the time fixed for the meeting, about twenty persons were in the Vestry Hall. At a quarter past seven F. T. STREET
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMXONS, Tuesday, June 24th.

HOUSE OF COMXONS, Tuesday, June 24th.

The House of Commons met at noon, when the third reading of the Nawab of Surat Treaty Bill was moved by Sir F. KELLY. The motion was opposed by Sir J. W. IfoGG, and, after considerable discussion, carried to a division, on which there appeared— Ayes, 213; Noes, 28-185. The bill
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Exhibition Prize Medal, Class 27. Sieve, Screen, and Wove-Wire NanufactorYplDWAßD WALKER, 6, Cardington Street, Euston • Station,- wholesale and retail

Exhibition Prize Medal, Class 27. Sieve, Screen, and Wove-Wire NanufactorYplDWAßD WALKER, 6, Cardington Street, Euston • Station,- wholesale and retail

Iron, Brass, and Copper Wire Weaver and Sieve Maker. Wove-Wire for Window Blinds.
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL OFFICERS OF HEALTH.

METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL OFFICERS OF HEALTH.

The Medical Officers of Health in the Metropolis have formed themselves into an Association, for the purpose of mutual assistance and the advancement of sanitary science. The Association met on Wednesday, the 9th instant, at the General Board of Health, Whitehall, for the purpos
July 12, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS, llioncluy, July 711 a.

HOUSE OF LORDS, llioncluy, July 711 a.

The second reading of the Nawab of Surat Treaty . Bill was virtually negatived, by an amendment, proposed by the Earl of Ellenborough, to the effect that the Bill be referred to the Privy Council. HOUSE OF Monday, July 7th. The ATTORNEY GENERAL for Ireland said that the Governme
July 12, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
B ANK of LONDON, THREADNEEDLE-STREET, and CHARING CROSS. Chairman—Slß JOHN VILLIERS SHELLEY, Bart., M.P. Vice-Chairman—JOHN GRIFFITHS FRITH, Esq. Current accounts

B ANK of LONDON, THREADNEEDLE-STREET, and CHARING CROSS. Chairman—Slß JOHN VILLIERS SHELLEY, Bart., M.P. Vice-Chairman—JOHN GRIFFITHS FRITH, Esq. Current accounts

are received and interest allowed on balances. £3 10s. per cent. interest is at present allowed on deposits, with 10 days' notice of withdrawal, on sums of £lO and upwards. By order, MArrnEw MARSHALL, Jun., Manager. BENJAMIN Scorr, Secretary. Threadneedle-street, June 21, 1856.
July 12, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SOCIETY FOR THE RESCUE OF YOUNG WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

SOCIETY FOR THE RESCUE OF YOUNG WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

THE title of this society suggests to the mind the idea of some imminent and pressing danger to which the most helpless portion of the community is exposed. Were we living in the palmy days of the American plantations, when kidnapping was a recognised profession, and cargoes of
July 19, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
been circulated throughout the parish respecting it, that I wish your readers to know the truth of the case. It

been circulated throughout the parish respecting it, that I wish your readers to know the truth of the case. It

is said .the directors have been cruel and harsh in withdrawing it; and there have been coroner's juries chosen from certain parts of St. Pancras who have not scrupled to listen to the outcry, and to pass most unwarrantable censures on the directors of the poor (in opposition to
July 19, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE HEALTH OF LONDON.

THE HEALTH OF LONDON.

ALTHOVGII the general health of the metropolis is, at the present moment, above par, as compared with the standard of former years, cases of diarrhcea are, nevertheless, prevalent in many districts. The periodical visits of this malady invariably occur during the fervid heats of
August 23, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
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August 23, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England