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OBNOXIOUS TRADES.

OBNOXIOUS TRADES.

Mr. ORR, chairman of the Estates Committee, presented a report relative to the letting of No 30, Howland Street, and extensive premises, to Mr. Swinney, a brass founder. He moved the adoption of the report recommending the Vestry to sanction the granting of a sub .lease to Mr. S
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We cannot insert communications referring to politics or persons, unless accornpinied by the writer's name and address,—of course, desired, private and confidential; nor can we undertake to return rejected copy. We do not hold ourselves responsible for any opinions expressed by
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
VESTRY OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER.

VESTRY OF ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER.

A Vestry-meeting of this parish was held on Thursday last, in the Vestry-room, Piccadilly. The Rector in the chair. The minutes of the proceedings of the Paving and Sewers Committee, were read and approved. Mr. CRA.NE recommended that the Paving Committee should use great cautio
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

" FOOTE being once much annoyed at home by a fiddler straining harsh discord under his window, threw out sixpence to him, at the same time requesting him to take his departure, as one scraper at the door was sufficient. A COUNTRYMAN was shown Gainsborough's celebrated picture of
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
FRENCH BONNETS. MOURNING BONNETS. MRS. BABB, in addition to her STOCK of FASHIONABLE and useful MILLINERY, WEDDING, MOURNING, WIDOWS', Plain

FRENCH BONNETS. MOURNING BONNETS. MRS. BABB, in addition to her STOCK of FASHIONABLE and useful MILLINERY, WEDDING, MOURNING, WIDOWS', Plain

and Fancy Velvet, Silk, Satin, Tissue, Crenoline, Chip, Straw, &c., has just received her RECENT PURCHASES IN PARIS, comprising the Greatest Novelties for the Season, in BONNETS, HATS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, SHAPES &c. And requests the favor of an early inspection, at WATERLOO HOUSE
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. . EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING EXECUTED WITH ECONOMY AND DISPATCH BY HENRY MITCHENER, AT TITE "METROPOLITAN" PRINTING OFFICE,

PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. . EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING EXECUTED WITH ECONOMY AND DISPATCH BY HENRY MITCHENER, AT TITE "METROPOLITAN" PRINTING OFFICE,

3, EDWARD STREET, HAMPSTEAD ROAD. Books, Pamphlets, Tradesmen's Cards and Circulars, Auctioneers, Catalogues, Posting and Handbills, Society's Reports, Concert Placards. COPPER-PLATE AND LITHOGRAPHY. • Lost and Reward Bills on the shortest Notice. THE DIETROPOLITAN Is Published
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
TE LONDON SEWERAGE QUESTION. Some serious observations and suggestions upon the Defective Plan of Sewerage proposed by the Metropolitan Board

TE LONDON SEWERAGE QUESTION. Some serious observations and suggestions upon the Defective Plan of Sewerage proposed by the Metropolitan Board

of Works; together with a method for remedying the evil. By G. R. &mu, Civil Engineer. Price One Shilling. London : WILLIAM EDWARD PAINTER, 342, Strand.
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PARISH OF ST. PANCRAS.

PARISH OF ST. PANCRAS.

Division on the question moved by Mr. Young, "That the Committee of Works be permitted to furnish the Prince of Wales Road without waiting for the payment of the estimated expenses by the few persons who had not yet paid their quota :" FOR AG-AMU Abbott, William Baker, Joseph Be
November 29, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
EXEMPTION PROM RATE.

EXEMPTION PROM RATE.

Mr. WRIGHT stated that Mr. Arnell, the collector, was in attendance to receive the opinion of the vestry, relative to the collecting of the paving and lighting rate in those parts of his district which were neither paved nor lighted. Mr. Churchwarden STREETEY said the enquiry wa
November 29, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
NAT HOWELL, DEACON'S COFFEE-HOUSE, • 3, Walbrook,City, ADVERTISEMENT AGENT for all the Provincial, Scotch. Irish, Welsh, American, Cape, Australian, New

NAT HOWELL, DEACON'S COFFEE-HOUSE, • 3, Walbrook,City, ADVERTISEMENT AGENT for all the Provincial, Scotch. Irish, Welsh, American, Cape, Australian, New

Zealand, arid 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, N.B.—A list of Heirs to Next of Kin, Acc.
November 29, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England