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SWITZERLAND.

SWITZERLAND.

A despatch from Berne, dated Thursday, states that "the Federal Council of Switzerland, considering the new propositions which have been submitted to it by the Emperor Napoleon, and supported by the good offices of England, to be such as are acceptable to the Swiss Confederation
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
FJSTABLISHMENT for YOUNG GENTLEMEN. HEATHFIELD HOUSE, PARKSTONE, DORSETSIIIRE, midway between Poole and the rising watering place of Bournemouth. Rev. WALTER

FJSTABLISHMENT for YOUNG GENTLEMEN. HEATHFIELD HOUSE, PARKSTONE, DORSETSIIIRE, midway between Poole and the rising watering place of Bournemouth. Rev. WALTER

GILL. This Establishment presents an especial claim on the notice of Parents and Guardians as being (according to the best medical testimony) singularly adapted, from its locality, to the health of young persons. Its domestic arrangements are select and gentlemanly, and its educ
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
BERNERS-STREET, IPSWICH. The MISSES BUTLER RECEIVE YOUNG LADIES to Board and Educate. Terms and References will be given on application.

BERNERS-STREET, IPSWICH. The MISSES BUTLER RECEIVE YOUNG LADIES to Board and Educate. Terms and References will be given on application.

The NEXT TERM will COMMENCE Feb. 2.
January 10, 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
 
PICCADILLY-ST. JAMES'S VESTRY.

PICCADILLY-ST. JAMES'S VESTRY.

A Meeting of this Vestry was held September 19th, 1856. The Rector in the chair. _ After approving the minutes of the Paving and Sewers Committee, Mr. BEAL moved "That the resignation of the Vestry clerk be accepted," . _ Mr. Churchwarden CRANE urged the necessity of due conside
September 27, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

NUISANCES IN WESTMINSTER.-Mr. Foxall, surveyor to the College of Corpus Christi, Cambridge, attended before Mr. Arnold on behalf of the authorities, to answer the complaint of Mr. Crow, Sanitary Inspector- of the Local Board of Works for the Westminster district, in St. Margaret
September 27, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
CAMDEN TOWN SAVINGS' BANK.

CAMDEN TOWN SAVINGS' BANK.

IN consequence of the increasing Business, the Trustees and 3lanagers find it necessary, for the purpose of making up the Accounts for Government, to close this Bank on Saturday 22nd, Monday 24th, Saturday 29th November, inst., and Monday Ist December next. The Bank will be Re-o
November 22, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
[PRICE TWOPENCE. According to their present disposition, the leading principle of the Metropolitan Board, if its convictions may be expressed

[PRICE TWOPENCE. According to their present disposition, the leading principle of the Metropolitan Board, if its convictions may be expressed

cathechetically, would be as follows Q. What is the chief end of the Metropolitan Board? A. To collect as carefully . as possible, regardless of expense, all the filth and abominations of London into one mass of corruption, and then throw it into the Thames. This scheme combines
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ELEVATION OF THE WORKING CLASSES XARYLEBONE FREE LIBRARY.

ELEVATION OF THE WORKING CLASSES XARYLEBONE FREE LIBRARY.

The recent Conference at Bristol has brought the subject of Penal Reformatories prominently before the public. The great question—" What is to be done with our juvenile criminals " ? received ample discussion and illustration. The general result may be summed up in a few words.
August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
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August 30, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England