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ST. LUKE'S, CHELSEA.

ST. LUKE'S, CHELSEA.

The adjourned meeting of the Special Vestry was held pursuant to notice on Monday last, at half-past 7. Mr. FIELDER, churchwarden, in the chair. Mr. DIGGENS, the deputy vestry clerk, having read the resolutions which had been determined on at the last meeting, stated that they h
August 2, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.

INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.

NARYLEBONE ASSOCIATION FOR 'IMPROVING THE DWELLINGS of the INDUSTRIOUS CLASSES. CAPITAL £lOO,OOO, IN 4,000 SFIARES OF £25 EACH. DIRECTORS. Chairman—Joseph Grote, Esq., 6:diOucester Place, Portman Sq. Depßty-Chairman—S. H. Harlowe, Esq., 2, North Bank, Regent's Park. George Arbut
August 2, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
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August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES' ROAD. To the Editor of " TUE METROPOLITAN."

PRINCE OF WALES' ROAD. To the Editor of " TUE METROPOLITAN."

PRINCE OF WALES' ROAD. To the Editor " TUE METROPOLITAN." Srn,—l observe your correspondent X, still insists upon it that the proper plan is for the Vestry to make these roads at the cost of the ratepayers, and then look for payment where they can; and he intimates that I have ex
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Mr. WILLIAM FIDSINS' PAPER.

Mr. WILLIAM FIDSINS' PAPER.

PART IL—NorEs OF THE JOURNEY TO CRABBLETON. We were punctual next morning. The weather was splendid, a little too much dust perhaps, but that affected the back seats only, and we were in front. A rural looking gentleman sat with us, he said he was going right through to Crabblet
September 20, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
POOR RATE.

POOR RATE.

An estimate for a new poor rate [see the estimate at length in our report of the weekly meeting of the Directors of the Poor in another column] was presented with a list of assets and liabilities up to September 29th, showing a deficiency of £2,044 15s. 11d. Considerable discuss
September 20, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SAINT MARYLEBONE.

SAINT MARYLEBONE.

The usual weekly Meeting , of the Vestry of this imperrtantparish, .was held on Saturday last, at the Court-house, in ilarylebone-lane, :at 11 o'clock. Mr. Churchwarden NICHOL&Y took the chair. HORSES FOR FIRE ENGINES. _ _ _ Mr. GREENWELL, the vestry clerk, having read over the
August 16, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX REGISTRATION.

MIDDLESEX REGISTRATION.

THE revision of the list of voters for the metropolitan county will be completed this day. Mr. Shadwell, the barrister, having held courts during the last fifteen day.% in each of the polling districts. In our next we shall give a careful analysis ef this important revision. In
October 11, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
VARIETI ES.

VARIETI ES.

MEEKNESS.—A boy was asked to define meekness. He thought a moment, and then said—" Meekness gives smooth answers to rough questions." Do NOTHING RASHLY. — Cotton Mather used to say that there was a gentleman mentioned in the 19th chapter of Acts, to whom he was much indebted. Th
October 11, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
No. 21.]

No. 21.]

November 15, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England