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I) J. BLAKE, STATIONER AND NEWS-AGENT, 27, Frederick Place, Hampstead Road. Publisher of the "METROPOLITAN." The trade supplied immediately after

I) J. BLAKE, STATIONER AND NEWS-AGENT, 27, Frederick Place, Hampstead Road. Publisher of the "METROPOLITAN." The trade supplied immediately after

publication. All the daily and weekly newspapers, publications, &c., in town and country, supplied. The Times lent to read at 6d. per week. The cheapest house in the neighbourhood for stationery of all kinds.
September 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SLAUGHTER HOUSE LICENSES.

SLAUGHTER HOUSE LICENSES.

The Middlesex Sessions Court sat on Thursday morning at the Sessions House, Clerkenwell Green, for the purpose of hearing applications under the 14th and 15th Victoria, cap. 61, for licenses for slaughter-houses. The Court was crowded to excess, and there was a good attendance o
October 25, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
DISPENSER.

DISPENSER.

An extract from the minutes of the Directors of the Poor was presented and read, recommending the Vestry to make arrangements for the dispenser being an outdoor officer. No reasons for the change were communicated. Mr. CLARKE and Mr. DYKE, directors, explained that the object pr
October 25, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

AN litismitAN, who had strained his hands in endeavouring to get on a pair of new boots, exclaimed, "By the powers ! I believe I'll nivver git them on 'till I've worn them a day or two." THE MONEY LENDEn.—Acountryschoolmaster,fond ofconjugating, thus describes a money le . n . d
October 25, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE VICAR OF ST. PANCRAS & Mr. THOS. ROSS.

THE VICAR OF ST. PANCRAS & Mr. THOS. ROSS.

The Vicar of St. Pancras has recently received from one of his most inveterate opponents, a high tribute to the honesty and generosity of his character. Mr. Thomas Ross has been for years the persevering and implacable persecutor of the worthy vicar, has omitted no opportunity o
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE CITY GAS 'WORKS.

THE CITY GAS 'WORKS.

Mr. Gray and Mr. Sangster, the chairman and deputy-chairman of the City Gas Works, attended, and the former, addressing the Commission, said—My object in appearing before you this morning is to acknowledge the receipt of the report of Dr. Letheby, which your clerk sent to the ga
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ENGINEER,

ENGINEER,

THE NEW SEE OF WESTMINSTER.-At the present moment, when the erection of a bishopric at Westminster is creating so much discussion, it will not be uninteresting to remind readers that this is not the first occasion on which the abbey church has been promoted into an episcopal see
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
TABLE-TURNING EXTRAORDINARY.

TABLE-TURNING EXTRAORDINARY.

To he _Editor "THE METROPOLITAN." Stn,—An article with the above heading appeared in your last paper. I think I know who your informant was of the wonderfulthings therein contained; and,l believe I can give some explanation of them if you will be good enough to grant me a portio
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ENGINEER'S REPORT.

ENGINEER'S REPORT.

Mr. BAZALGETTE recommended that an application from the District Board of Islington, for leave to construct a sewer in the Seven Sister's-road, and proposed new roads, Holloway, should be acceded to.
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ST. PANCR &S.

ST. PANCR &S.

ELECTION OF A REPRESENTATIVE TO BOARD OF WORKS. Wednesday being appointed by the vestry of St. Pancras for the election of a representative to the Metropolitan Board of Works, in the room of Mr. Corrie, the magistrate, resigned, there was a large attendance of members, and it wa
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England