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August Ist, 1856.

August Ist, 1856.

To he Editor of " THE METROPOLITAN." SlR,—lnstead of the celestial steel point wielded by "Ithuriel," your correspondent of that name seems to have contented himself with the use of a common undiscriminating steel pen, in his remarks on turnpike tolls in your last number. The Co
August 2, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
E person should t a k e i n th e "M e t ropo lit an ," an d

E person should t a k e i n th e "M e t ropo lit an ," an d

JD buy Drapery at Gloucester House, thereby having the back and mind well clothed. Ladies, I, FREDERICK WEATIIERLEY, sell cheaper than any house. It is known as the People's Emporium for Cheap Drapery, Hosiery, Ribbons, Gloves, and Haberdashery. His beautiful Berlin Wool is only
August 2, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
FIRE ESCAPES.

FIRE ESCAPES.

A report was read from the General Purposes Committee recommending that three additional fire-escapes should be provided at a cost of 240/., and that the same, together with the two now in use, should be maintained by the vestry at an annual cost of 400/. In reply to Mr. Webster
January 3, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE ISLINGTON MEETING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE METROPOLITAN.

THE ISLINGTON MEETING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE METROPOLITAN.

Sin,—l observe your reporter (no doubt inadvertently) in his report of the proceedings of the Islington meeting last week, states "that a rate for defraying expenses of building District Churches of one shilling and fourpence in the pound was made." The fact is the rate made was
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
LAmBETIL

LAmBETIL

A vestry meeting of parish - parish was held at the New Vestry Hall, Kennington-green, on Thursday evening last. C. B. TEAGUR, Esq,, in the chair.
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT.

MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT.

- --- Mr. WATKINS moved—" That the medical officer of health be summoned, for the future, to attend each vestry-meeting at a quarter-past eleven, for the purpose of reading his own report." Mr. GEESIN seconded the motion. The VESTRY CLERK reminded Mr. Watkins that the meeting at
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ST. JOHN'SWOOD.—Principal, Mr. T. GROSVENOR, L.C.P.—This Establishment is designed to afford the Educational advantag , s of the

GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ST. JOHN'SWOOD.—Principal, Mr. T. GROSVENOR, L.C.P.—This Establishment is designed to afford the Educational advantag , s of the

Public Schools, but free from the evils so commonly attending them. The intellectual powers of the pupils are developed by being brought into constant and healthful exercise; while their moral and religious culture is watched over with ceaseless solicitude. In the Domestic arran
January 10, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
No. 30.]

No. 30.]

January 17, 1857 - Metropolitan - London, London, England