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STREET LIGHTS.

STREET LIGHTS.

Mr. Yourro, on moving the adoption of so much of the report as related to lighting the parish, said the present distribution of lights exhibited great inequality. The distances between the lamps ranged from 66 yards to 20 yards. The report recommended a re-distribution of lamps,
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Q W. DREW'S Printing Office, 2, New Chapel Place, . Kentish Town. Cards, Circulars, Hand.bills, and every variety of Commercial

Q W. DREW'S Printing Office, 2, New Chapel Place, . Kentish Town. Cards, Circulars, Hand.bills, and every variety of Commercial

and General Printing, executed with promptness and taste. Lithographic and Copper-plate Printing.
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
STATE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

STATE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

In the week that ended on Saturday the deaths registered in London were 1,158, less by 120 than the corrected average. The mortality from diseases of the organs of respirAtion begins to increase rapidly at this season; and last week the deaths referred to this head were 296, whi
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
POOR LAW TOUTING,

POOR LAW TOUTING,

At the weekly meeting of the Guardians of St. Pancras, held at the Vestry-hall, Camden-town, on Wednesday, Mr. Churchwarden WyArr in the chair, After the reading of the minutes of the former Board by Mr. Hibbard, clerk to the Directors, and some ordinary financial business, The
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ST.- PANCRAS VESTRY.

ST.- PANCRAS VESTRY.

Thursday, October 16, 1856. W. H. WYATT, Esq., in the chair. The minutes of the last Vestry were read by Mr. Cook, Vestry. clerk, and signed. The financial statement was presented, shewing,— Received ... •• • • £23,063 13 2 Paid 19,792 9 4 3,271 3 10 190 16 9 13,080 7 1 259 14 8
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Outstanding cheques Payments to make Deposit credit .

Outstanding cheques Payments to make Deposit credit .

An important return was macle.as to the public lamps, as follows
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
STATE OF .TRE REGISTER._

STATE OF .TRE REGISTER._

The present Register, 1855-6, contains 15,269 names. 4,149 are new claims since the election in the year, 1852. 2,529 were on the register at-the time of the last and former elections, but did not vote. This may be accounted for by the same names appearing - for different qualif
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
DISTRICT_ SURVEYOR FOR ST. MARY, NEWINGTON.

DISTRICT_ SURVEYOR FOR ST. MARY, NEWINGTON.

The next business was to elect a surveyor for the district of St. Mary, Newington. There were 27 candidates, and on the motion of Mr. H. L. Taylor, it was resolved to reduce the number by show of hands to six. The CHAIRMAN declared that the following had been selected: Mr. G. Le
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
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November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
CUNUNDEUMS.

CUNUNDEUMS.

1. Why are the Roman eatholies better off than the numbers of Scotch kirk? 2. When does the red deer change colour? 3. When does a man resemble a mirror? 4. Why are literary authors the most unassutning class of men? 5. Why is a counterfeit coin like a whisper ? 6. What is the d
November 1, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England