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epitome of fletuo.

epitome of fletuo.

A master stonemason and shopkeeper, named Rawnsley, was robbed of the sum of 2191., on the highroad near Halifax, on Friday night. The French Emperor's "munificence" is not to be checked: another of those exhaustless and comfortable " credits" is to be "opened "-1,800,000 f. for
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THREEPENCE. [PRICE I Stamped FOURPENCE. see any of these great thoroughfares with. out one or two waggons drawn up at

THREEPENCE. [PRICE I Stamped FOURPENCE. see any of these great thoroughfares with. out one or two waggons drawn up at

each side of the way, thus adding constriction to congestion. We have called them great thoroughfares, but the term must not be interpreted absolutely. They are only great because the commerce of London forces itself through them. In themselves they are anything but great, and s
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
immmunummul LIGHTING GRAILUI-TtOAD.

immmunummul LIGHTING GRAILUI-TtOAD.

LIGHTING GRAILUI-TtOAD. The CLERK said it would be in the recollection of the Board, that application had been made to the Imperial Gas Company,to light certain roads in the district, and had uniformly refused to do so. Previous to the ist of January he was instructed to cali the
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

The news from Cireassia shows that the mountaineers are still carrying on their war of nationality against the Russians with the greatest energy. The son of Sefer Pasha, at the head of a strong body of men, supported by the troops of Hussein Effendi, Suleyman Effendi, and others
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN DRAINAGE SCHEME,

THE METROPOLITAN DRAINAGE SCHEME,

The metropolitan drainage scheme has advanced one more step. The Board of Works, after some unproductive essays, presented a plan to the Chief Commissioner, which satisfied, as far as they were concerned, the requirements of the act; that is to say, it provided for such an outfa
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
WHAT ARE WE TO DO WITH OUR CRIMINALS?

WHAT ARE WE TO DO WITH OUR CRIMINALS?

A meeting of the Law Amendment Society was held on Monday night; Lord STANLEY in the chair. A letter from Lord Brougham was read by the secretary (Mr. Hastings), suggesting that "some arrangement ought to be made for giving the Home Department more regular and effectual assistan
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
lIANSOME'S PATENT SILICEOUS STONE —All kinds of ORNAMENTAL DETAILS for BUILDINGS and GARDEN DECORATIONS furnished at reduced peces. A large

lIANSOME'S PATENT SILICEOUS STONE —All kinds of ORNAMENTAL DETAILS for BUILDINGS and GARDEN DECORATIONS furnished at reduced peces. A large

assortment of Chimney-pieces, Balus'tea_ des, Capitals, Trusses, Terminals Fonntains, Vases, &c. ; and mural Tablets, Monuments, Headstones, and Grave Markers, mOrt , durable and of much less cost than in any other material. An extensive Stock always on view. Estimataa and Illus
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE

THE

SECOND EDITION. NOW READY, PRICE 6d. PROTESTANT DISSENTER'S ALMANACK AND POLITICAL ANNUAL. 1857. The issue of this work for 1857 is arranged on a new and comprehensive plan, and contains more matter of practical importance than any of its predecessors. Part I. gives all the info
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
MRS. HEWETT begs to intimate that the of her ESTABLISHMENT will be RESUMED D . v .) Jan. 22, 1857.

MRS. HEWETT begs to intimate that the of her ESTABLISHMENT will be RESUMED D . v .) Jan. 22, 1857.

Hanbury House, Tewkesbury.
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
LADIES' SCHOOL, HIGHER BROtrGHTON, MANCHESTER.—The Misses MULL have REMOVED from EAGLEFIELD HOUSE to No. 3, PARKTERRACE, GREAT CLOWES-STREET. The Pupils

LADIES' SCHOOL, HIGHER BROtrGHTON, MANCHESTER.—The Misses MULL have REMOVED from EAGLEFIELD HOUSE to No. 3, PARKTERRACE, GREAT CLOWES-STREET. The Pupils

will RESUME their Studies on Wednesday, Jan. 21.
January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England