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HOUSE OF LORDS, Monday, July 21st.

HOUSE OF LORDS, Monday, July 21st.

The Earl of MALMESBURY called the attention of the House to the dispute between the British Government and Brazil, and concluded by moving for papers connected with the affair. Lord CLARENDON explained the circumstances of the case. After some further observations, the motion (f
July 26, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
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July 26, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
I am, &c., L' INCONNU, SEIZURE AND DESTRUCTION OF UNWHOLESOME FRUIT.

I am, &c., L' INCONNU, SEIZURE AND DESTRUCTION OF UNWHOLESOME FRUIT.

On Tuesday morning last, the sanitary inspector of St. Pancras found the streets of Somers Town thronged with salesmen offering stale and rotten fruit, especially plums and pears. Many of these he seized and destroyed.. A woman, who gave her name as Emm a R o bi nson , o bj ec t
August 2, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENT AT THE OFFICE OF THE STRAND DISTRICT BOARD OF WORKS.

ACCIDENT AT THE OFFICE OF THE STRAND DISTRICT BOARD OF WORKS.

As exaggerated reports of an accident in Henrietta Street, Covent 'Ganlen, have appeared in some of our contemporaries, we have been at some pains to inquire into the facts of the case. It appears that the house next to that occupied by the Strand District Board of Works has bee
August 2, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PROVIDENCE.

PROVIDENCE.

"Just as a mother with sweet pious face, Yearns towards her little children, from her seat, Gives one a kiss, another an embrace : Takes this upon her knee, that to her feet; And while from actions, looks, complaints, pretences, She learns their feelings and their various will,
August 2, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
QW. DREW'S Printing Office, 2, New Chapel Place, . Kentish Town. Cards, Circulars, Hand bills, and every variety of Commercial

QW. DREW'S Printing Office, 2, New Chapel Place, . Kentish Town. Cards, Circulars, Hand bills, and every variety of Commercial

and General Printing, executed with promptness and taste. Lithographic and Copper-plate Printing.
August 2, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN V. THE VESTRY OP ST. PANCRAS.

THE QUEEN V. THE VESTRY OP ST. PANCRAS.

This case has been before the Queen's Bench this week. A rule had been granted calling upon the vestry of St. Pancras to appoint an auditor for the auditing of the accounts for the relief of the poor, in obedience to an order to that effect made by the Poor Law Board on the 21st
November 29, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
To the Editor of" THE METROPOLITAN."

To the Editor of" THE METROPOLITAN."

Sir,—Will you be good enough to inform an old ratepayer, who has paid his quota of rates to St. Pancras these last thirty years, that he may be enabled to answer an oft-repeated question put to him by several of his fellow ratepayers, i.e.—When do the rates for paving, lighting,
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
el W. DREW'S Printing Office, 2, New Chapel Place, • Kentish Town. Cards, Circulars, Hand .bills, and every variety of

el W. DREW'S Printing Office, 2, New Chapel Place, • Kentish Town. Cards, Circulars, Hand .bills, and every variety of

Commercial and General Printing, executed with promptness and taste. Lithographic and Copper-plate Printing.
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England