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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

An amusing letter was read from Mr. Deputy Lott, residing in Carlton Villas, Holloway, complaining that collectors should have been appointed for the Camden. road district resident at so great a distance from that locality. There were so many disreputable characters calling at t
January 3, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
REED, ROBESON, and WOODWARD, SHORTHAND WRITERS, 6, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. WHOWELL, DEACON'S COFFEE ( HOUSE, 3, Walbrcok, City, ADVERTISEMENT AGENT for

REED, ROBESON, and WOODWARD, SHORTHAND WRITERS, 6, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. WHOWELL, DEACON'S COFFEE ( HOUSE, 3, Walbrcok, City, ADVERTISEMENT AGENT for

all the Provincial, Scotch, Irish, Welsh, American, Cape, Australian, New Zealand, and East and West Indian PAPERS. All the London and the above-named Papers taken in and regularly filed. The Bank unclaimed Dividend Books kept—reference, is. N.B.t—A List of Heirs to Next of Kin,
January 3, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE IJfILIC WORKS COMMITTEE.

THE IJfILIC WORKS COMMITTEE.

The next subject considered was a paragraph of the report from this committee, presented on the 31st ult., as to the placing of new lamps, and the rearrangement or removal of existing lamps in certain roads and places therein mentioned. The adoption of the report was moved by Mr
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
HOLBORN DISTRICT BOARD.

HOLBORN DISTRICT BOARD.

The usual weekly meeting of this Board was held on Monday evening; Mr. BALDOCK in the chair. REMOVAL OF NUISANCES. Mr. the clerk to the District Board, reported that the summons against Mr. Smith for a nuisance in Black Eagle-yard bad that day been heard at the police-court. The
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN.

THE METROPOLITAN.

by all the other officers of the parish as a most able man, and by the poor as a benefactor from the vestry. It was eventually decided that Mr. Morgan should be engaged permanently, at the rate of 100/. a-year, subject to a month's notice; the dutios of the office to be defined
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
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August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
VARIETI ES.

VARIETI ES.

DUTCH PROVERB.—" Follow principle, and heed not results. Do what you ought, happen what may." AN IRISH GENTLEMAN, at cards, having found the pool deficient, exclaimed, "Here's a shilling short ! Who put it in?" FOUND OUT.—Voltaire and Piron were mortal enemies, and to their grea
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
D J. BLAKE, STATIONER AND NEWS-AGENT, 27, Frederick Place, Hampstead Road. Publisher of the "METROPOLITAN." The trade supplied immediately after

D 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 lid. per week. The cheapest house in the neighbourhood for stationery of all kinds.
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
FAMILY ALES.—Warranted Pure, NTOW READY FOR D ELIVERY. Table Beer, 6s ; 11 Family Ale, 95.; ditto, very strong, 155.;

FAMILY ALES.—Warranted Pure, NTOW READY FOR D ELIVERY. Table Beer, 6s ; 11 Family Ale, 95.; ditto, very strong, 155.;

Bitter Beer, 7s. 6d.; ditto Ale, 125.; Porter, 95.; Stout, 125., per 9 gallon cask. TYLER, Brewer, Highgate.
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
£45333 11 5

£45333 11 5

Leaving £3,187 4s. id. towards the liquidation of a debt of X 7,500. moved that the said estimate be approved, and laid before the Vestry, and that the Vestry be recomuended to lay a rate of .15d. in the pound. Mr. JAMES CLARKE seconded the propo'siiien. Mr. DCRRANT COOPER consi
September 20, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England