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January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
F4DUCATION at BRIGHTON.—The School 1 under the care of the Rev. JAS. GROSVENOR, at the above salubrious Watering-place, will RE-OPEN

F4DUCATION at BRIGHTON.—The School 1 under the care of the Rev. JAS. GROSVENOR, at the above salubrious Watering-place, will RE-OPEN

Jan. 13, 1857. Prospectuses forwarded on application to the Principal, Cliff House, Hove, Brighton. Rbom'ence may be made to the Rev. J. C. Harrison, Camden town; itv. C. H Howell, Finehley ; Rev. H. Batchelor, She! field; and Re,. T. Adams, Stone.
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN.

THE METROPOLITAN.

his, to whom property was left, in consequence of an alteration in the numbers of the houses. The CHAIRMAN: Do you second Mr. Streeten's motion, Mr. Eckett? Mr. ECKETT: I have no objection. Mr. JAMES CLA.RKE thought Euston-square a proper line of demarcation, as there were no ho
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SWITZERLAND.

SWITZERLAND.

It is announced that the Neufchatel question may be regarded as settled. England and France have proposed terms to the Federal Council which this body considers acceptable. The envoys of Switzerland have also come to an understanding with the French Government. Switzerland will
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
OFINIONS OF THE PRESS.

OFINIONS OF THE PRESS.

"Here is an almanack which, little as we admire Dissent, does infinite credit to the zeal and ability which so much distinguish our separated Protestant brethren."—Sentinel. "Full of necessary information for all whom it concerns, beautifully printed, and marvellously cheap."—Ch
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SUPERIOR HOME EDUCATION, b ase d on Religious Principles. A LADY, member of an Independent Church, residing in a healthy

SUPERIOR HOME EDUCATION, b ase d on Religious Principles. A LADY, member of an Independent Church, residing in a healthy

town, south-east of London, desires to receive two YOUNG LADIES to share with her Daughter the advantages of a polished education, adapted to the highest classes of society. Languages and accomplishments taught by eminent Masters. Inclusive terms 100/. per annum. Address, A. E.,
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England