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ICE TO CORRESPOXDETS Important Communication* and Advertisements posted after Wednesday, should l>e directed to the Loudon ofJi«>e. thanked for their

ICE TO CORRESPOXDETS Important Communication* and Advertisements posted after Wednesday, should l>e directed to the Loudon ofJi«>e. thanked for their

wishes. Communications for are either ia- ierted, declined or deferred. __\Ve request our Correspondents will write all their c« briefly They will thus oft the insertion an article which would otherwi'je laid aside. }. Every communication must l>e accompanied by the ' ar. addres
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HAMMERSMITH

HAMMERSMITH

Robbery by a Servant. —Avery respectable looking voung woman, named .inn Siantan, was charged before Mr. Ingham with stealing two 6/. n<">tes and four sovereigns, the proj.erty of her master, Mr. John Martin, No. Delamere-erescnt. Harrow Road.— It was stated that the |<ii>oner h
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
A CLERGYMAN CHARGED WITH BIGAMY.

A CLERGYMAN CHARGED WITH BIGAMY.

hi Saturday, Leeds, the Uev. Harry Lloyd Bh-k.-rhtafle, a of the Chu v of England, was three the borough magistrates, a charge bigamy. The prisoner, who I'l years age, a man gentlemanly appearance, l»nt his v,"i# that usually worn by the clergy the Established Church, and he wou
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE PERILS OF THE DEEP!-850 LIVES LOST.

THE PERILS OF THE DEEP!-850 LIVES LOST.

The detail* the dreadful lews of the clipper ship Flora Temple, Captain Johnson, master, from Macao for have come to hand, from which it will seen that the whole the unhappy creatures on board, Coolie lal tourer*, numbering perished. The Flora Temple, a first clans ship, charter
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE FATHER OF RAGGED SCHOOLS.

THE FATHER OF RAGGED SCHOOLS.

THE FATHER RAGGED SCHOOLS. 'f?iC value generation i.f practical illustrations .a battle ' s<i hi« Y>r 4 diit-.J it 's superfluous t(> enlarge it, e.o«eei«*it<r r.'tlTllie maimer which Mr Sanies has illustu Milling'!- •'*eifUolp." Another little book kind • reeentiy been published
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AN ARTICLE WORTH PONDERING ON.

AN ARTICLE WORTH PONDERING ON.

The) Council of thejioyal Society have printed, for {liivulatii-n, the iui|H>rtant inaugural address' , I 'en jiiiuin I'rot lie, the new President. d<li'''foet the assembled menders lUirlingtou H'.fise, London, the the recent annual iiie.-tiiig. J he meeting as one of unusual in
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GOOD NEWS FROM FRANCE!

GOOD NEWS FROM FRANCE!

nations would but apply themselves sedulously j the cultivation of |*?*oe as they readily ' do to preparations for war, different indeed would I»e the spectacle which the world would e.xliibit! lhe lCnijH-n»r the French (if sincere) seems well aware of the importance industrial
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MISTAKES OF THE LONDON STRILLS.

THE MISTAKES OF THE LONDON STRILLS.

Mr Holyoake, writii* the Ixmdon Si>rciator the subject of the late disJroua strike Ixmdon, says : As one who passes his life men, I will you, ere attention the explritf Irikes ceaaes permit ma that is regretted t the operative, given. to this rutiious, exploded scheme oftade red
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DEATHS FROM GUN ACCIDENTS. During the we seldom take up a newspaper without meeting with some distressing or fatal accident

DEATHS FROM GUN ACCIDENTS. During the we seldom take up a newspaper without meeting with some distressing or fatal accident

resulting from the incautious use firearms. We just give two or three instances. In Lomlon a young man has died King's College Hospital, from the effects of a gun shot wound, a companion having fired a gun him, n<>t knowing that it was loaded. short time since, two (ha were rece
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SINGULAR CHARGE OF MURDER.

SINGULAR CHARGE OF MURDER.

A somewhat singular case of attempted murder has been submitted the Court Assizes Kureet-Loire, Kraiiee. The following are the details : Two iwasants, named and Noblet, Reii, fields which touch each other; and ther were not on friendly terras, continual took place between them a
January 21, 1860 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England