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attack upon the whole vestry. [Hear, hear] . Every one of them were responsible for the rates. When the report of the committee was brought up, not a single individual objected to it in the vestry. An unanimous vote of thanks was passed to the committee, and especially to Mr. St
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN. :LONDON, Saturday, Tune 28, 1856.

THE METROPOLITAN. :LONDON, Saturday, Tune 28, 1856.

LYNCH LAW IN SAINT PANCRAS. Ws call the special attention of our readers to two reports which appear in our columns to-day. The one of a public meeting, held in the Vestry Hall of St. Pancras, on Monday evening last. The other of a meeting of the Vestry of that Parish, held in t
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ROBERT PURSSORD, Family Cheesmonger, 5, Hawley Place s Kentish Town. Fine York Hams and Wiltshire Bacon. Families waited upon daily,

ROBERT PURSSORD, Family Cheesmonger, 5, Hawley Place s Kentish Town. Fine York Hams and Wiltshire Bacon. Families waited upon daily,

and the greatest attention paid to all orders.
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES, CLERKENWELL.

ST. JAMES, CLERKENWELL.

Public ,meeting of the ratepayers of this parish w as h eld on Wednesday evening, in the vestry room, when a moti on f or the adoption of the Public Libraries Act, 1855, was negatived. • Sr. MARYLEDONH NVORKHOUSH SCHOOL --On Wednesday the Annual Examination of the poor children,
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS.

METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS.

Yesterday an adjourned special meeting of this board was held at the Guildhall, Mr. J. Thwaites presiding. Previous to the further consideration of the report of the engineer of the board on the sewage interception and main drainage of the districts north of the Thames, a long d
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. E VERY DESCRIPTION OP PRINTING EXECUTED WITH ECONOMY AND DISPATCH BY HENRY MITCHENER, AT THE "METROPOLITAN" PRINTING OFFICE,

PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. E VERY DESCRIPTION OP PRINTING EXECUTED WITH ECONOMY AND DISPATCH BY HENRY MITCHENER, AT THE "METROPOLITAN" PRINTING OFFICE,

3, EDWARD STREET, HAMPSTEAD ROAD. Books, Pamphlets, Tradesmen's Cards and Circulars, Auctioneer'a Catalogues, - Posting and Handbills, Society's Reports, Concert Placards. COPPER-PLATE AND LITHOGRAPHY. Lost and Reward Bills on the shortest Notice. THE METROPOLITAN Is Published e
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS:

ACCIDENTS:

FATAL ACCIDENT ON TILE SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY. On Saturday morning as the up parliamentary train, which left Hastings at seven o'clock, was descending the incline near the junction of the Tunbridge and Hastings line, a frightful occurence took place. The incline at this point is
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS OF • W.. M. THACKERAY. –

MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS OF • W.. M. THACKERAY. –

MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS OF • M. THACKERAY. - The Third Volume of" Miscellanies," by W. M. Thack- Cray, will be published early in July. This collection will include all Mr. Thackeray's earlier writings —" The Burlesque Tales," "The Social Sketches," from Punch, Frazer's Magazine,
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
TO OUR READERS.

TO OUR READERS.

The appearance of a new periodical will naturally excite some curiosity as to its purpose and character. We propose to gratify that feeling, and at the same time, as far as we can, to anticipate further enquiry by a plain statement of the objects we have in view, and the means w
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
VESTRY OF ST. PANCEAS.

VESTRY OF ST. PANCEAS.

The Vestry of St. Pancras held its usual week*mePting at the Vestry Hall, King's Road, on Thursday , last at three o'clock. Mr. F. T. STREETEN, the senior churchwarden, took the chair in the absence of the vicar, the Rev. T. Dale. After the reading of the minutes, and some routi
June 28, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England