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LATE COMMISSIONERS' 11.00 MS.

LATE COMMISSIONERS' 11.00 MS.

Mr. ORR, as chairman of the Estate and Public Buildings! Committee, presented a report setting forth that they had let the premises in Pratt-street, lately occupied by the Commissioners for Paving, &c. Camden-town, to Mr. J. Giblett, of 7, Rochester:- terrace, on a repairing lea
September 13, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Exhibition Prize Medal, Class 27. Sieve, Screen, and Wove-Wire Manufactory. VDWARD WALKER, 6, Cardington Street, Euston I U Station, Wholesale

Exhibition Prize Medal, Class 27. Sieve, Screen, and Wove-Wire Manufactory. VDWARD WALKER, 6, Cardington Street, Euston I U Station, Wholesale

and Retail Iron, Brass, and Copper Wire Weaver and Sieve Maker. Wove-Wire for Window Blinds.
September 13, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE SEWAGE AND DRAINAGE Or MONDON.

THE SEWAGE AND DRAINAGE Or MONDON.

A correspondent, Mr. E. Trebor, sends us what he designates "A common-sense mode of removing the sewage, and of preserving the waters of the Thames from pollution." He says,„ truly enough, the great source of error in the present mode of cleansing the metropolis is the determina
December 13, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Printed for the Metropolitan Gazette Company (Limited), by .JOHN JENNINGS, at his Printing Office, No. 2A, New-street -square , in

Printed for the Metropolitan Gazette Company (Limited), by .JOHN JENNINGS, at his Printing Office, No. 2A, New-street -square , in

the parish of St. Bride; and published at the Office of the . Company, by JAMES CLARICE, No. 3, Bolt-court, Fleet-street, in the City of London. —Saturday, December 13, 1856.
December 13, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
DECIMAL COINAGE,

DECIMAL COINAGE,

which, for depth and vigour of thought, as well as for perspicuity of style, have never been surpassed and rarely equalled; but this few will be surprised at who can detect the writer from his language. We cannot conclude this rapid retrospect without mentioning what we have att
December 27, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
MONASTIC LIFE IN ITALY SIXTY YEARS AGO.

MONASTIC LIFE IN ITALY SIXTY YEARS AGO.

Through the liberality of the Carlovingians, the condition of the convents all over Italy had become v er y fl our i s hi ng; b u t as these were generally situated without the cities, they had suffered first, and most severely from foreign attacks. Thus, the Convent of Farsa, i
December 27, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

A YOUNG man deliberately threw himself off the deck of a steamer into the river Mersey, on Monday, and was drowned. Two drunken men, Thomas Smith and Michael Brien, dock labourers, stabbed a police constable in the streets of Birkenhead on Monday night, and he died in three-quar
December 27, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE WATER SUPPLY OF THE METROPOLIS

THE WATER SUPPLY OF THE METROPOLIS

This we have no hesitation in affirming is a subject which lies at the basis of all sanitary improvements ; nay, we go farther, and assert that until it is placed upon a proper footing, the many efforts now made for the social and moral elevation of the labouring population of o
December 27, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE GAS QUESTION. To the Editor of" THE METROPOLITAN."

THE GAS QUESTION. To the Editor of" THE METROPOLITAN."

Sir, —I can suffer reproof gladly, but it is almost past human endurance, after having—for only doing one's duty—been unwittingly elevated in the local Forum, bedizened with "Lux," wriant primrose and cowslip wreaths—to be dragged down into the criminal den and catechised as to
November 8, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ST. PANCRAS VESTRY.

ST. PANCRAS VESTRY.

The usual weekly meeting of the Vestry was held at the Vestry- Hall, King's-road, Pancras-road, on Thursday, November 6th. F. T. Streeten, Esq., senior churchwarden, in the chair. Mr. Cook, Vestry-clerk, read the minutes, which were then duly signed. a FINANCE. The Finance Commi
November 8, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England