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THE STATE OP THE WORKHOUSE.

THE STATE OP THE WORKHOUSE.

Mr. TAVERNER said, seeing Dr. Gourley, one of the directors and guardians, in his place, and he being a gentleman who had given most of his time and attention to the management of the workhouse, more particularly to the remedying of evils he had pointed out on a former occasion,
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
HACKNEY.

HACKNEY.

The usual weekly meeting of this Board was held at the Town Hall, Church-street, on Thursday morning, Mr. J. NITCIIENER in the chair. _ THE PROPOSED LOAN or 5,000/. Mr. the clerk, read the following communication from the Metropolitan Board of Works, with reference to the Propos
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Engineers Department.

Engineers Department.

tion for a list of names proposed for streets in lieu of duplicates:— No. 1, Greek-street, Soho, Jan. 5, 1857. reply to your . application for a list of nam es proposed for streets in lieu of duplicates, the Chairman has directed me to inform you that the subject is still under
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
TIIE GREAT BULLION ROBBERY.

TIIE GREAT BULLION ROBBERY.

The trial of the prisoners Burgess, Pierce, and Tester, who are charged with committing the extensive robbery of bullion upon the South-Eastern Railway, commenced at the Central Criminal Court on Tuesday morning. At ten o'clock, Mr. Baron Martin and Mr. Justice Willes took their
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
sider the question—what they were to do with those whose strictly penal term had expired. It seemed to him that

sider the question—what they were to do with those whose strictly penal term had expired. It seemed to him that

there were only three courses which could possibly be adopted. The first was, to send the criminals to colonies which were already occupied; the second, to found new colonies expressly for the purpose of receiving them; the third, to keep them in this country, with tickets-of-le
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SAINT PANCRAS, MIDDLESEX. WANTED, a FEMALE SUPRINTENDENT of the NEEDLE ROOM at the Workhouse. The Vestrymen of the above Parish

SAINT PANCRAS, MIDDLESEX. WANTED, a FEMALE SUPRINTENDENT of the NEEDLE ROOM at the Workhouse. The Vestrymen of the above Parish

will meet at the VESTRY HALL, KING'S-ROAD, PANCRASROAD, on the 22nd day of Jan . at Three o'clock in the afternoon, and be prepared to receive Applications in writing. and Testimonials as to character and eompetettcy, from persons desirous of being admitted candidates for the ab
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
CLAPHAM -PARK SCHOOL, long established, offers to Parents first-class advantages in Education (Classical, Mathematical, Mercantile, and General), in moral and

CLAPHAM -PARK SCHOOL, long established, offers to Parents first-class advantages in Education (Classical, Mathematical, Mercantile, and General), in moral and

religious culture, parental care, a healthy situation and completeness of domestic arrangements. Terms, inclusive, from Fifty to Seventy Guineas, according to age. Full particulars and references will be furnished on application to the Principal—Mr. Long.
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Metropolitan Board of Works.

Metropolitan Board of Works.

No. 1, Greek -street, 13th :fan., 1857. Sir—Your letter of the 2nd inst., requesting the sanction of this poard to the borrowing of 6,000/. fof the execution of paving works by your district, having been referred to we to report upon, I shall feel obliged by your f orwar dipg to
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
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January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England