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liab...-_ btCONONIY with CHRISTIAN CHARITY.— ' Brushes, Brooms, and Blacking, also Tailoring, at the . London Shoe-black Society's Refuge, 4,

liab...-_ btCONONIY with CHRISTIAN CHARITY.— ' Brushes, Brooms, and Blacking, also Tailoring, at the . London Shoe-black Society's Refuge, 4,

Mansell-street, Whltechapel, E. Orders to any extent are very earnestly to enable the Institution to become Self-supporting. The purchasers will not only have excellent arttles, good work, and effect a great saving, but will encourage Industry amongst the poor destitute boys of
February 25, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
SUMMARY OF THE WEEK.

SUMMARY OF THE WEEK.

ON Tuesday, Parliament was opened by Her Majesty with a Speech to which we have alluded elsewhere. The usual addresses in reply wore moved, in the evening, in the House of Lords by Earl and seconded by Lord TnußO. Earl 011EY drew attention to the questions connected with China,
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
jpl A NOFORTES TUNED by Mr. lIUDSON, at 2a. 6d.; also the Organ and Pianoforte taught, by Miss . HUDSON,

jpl A NOFORTES TUNED by Mr. lIUDSON, at 2a. 6d.; also the Organ and Pianoforte taught, by Miss . HUDSON,

Organiht of St. M. D. Terms moderate. 141, Ilishomigate.street Without.
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
P.E FAMILY TREASURY for 1860, recom-1 mended by 2000 Ministers of all Donoininations, will contain a Series of Papers, prepared

P.E FAMILY TREASURY for 1860, recom-1 mended by 2000 Ministers of all Donoininations, will contain a Series of Papers, prepared

expressly for its pages, by the Rev. J. C. Rvt.s, Rev. CHARLES Rev. Canon MILLER, Rev. WILLIAM ARNOT, and numerous other eminent writers. Monthly Parts, ad.; and Weekly Numbers, lid. London and Edinburgh: T. NELSON and SONS. Subscribers' Names received by all Booksellers.
January 28, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
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Mr. MASSEY said he was desirous of supporting a bill which would have the effect of settling the ques. tion of reform and the constitutiou of that Rouse for many years to come—a result which he could not anticipate from the present bill, although, uo doubt, it would make a liber
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
Walewski on the necessity of annexing Savoy and Nice to France? Lord J. RUSSELL said be could not consent to

Walewski on the necessity of annexing Savoy and Nice to France? Lord J. RUSSELL said be could not consent to

lay on the table extracts from his private letters to Lord Cowley, but that their substance was contained in the published correspondence. In reply to Mr. Sterling, the noble lord said the " Memoire stir les rapports entre la Suisse et la Savoie neutralizde," untranslated, as we
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND. TWO YOUNG LADIES "TAKING TIIE

SCOTLAND. TWO YOUNG LADIES "TAKING TIIE

VEIL" IN DUNDEE. Ox Sunday last, St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Nethergate, was crowded to excess, chiefly by the Roman Catholics of Dundee, to witness the imposing ceremony of the "taking of the veil" by two young ladies who had resolved to become nuns. Owing to the illness of D
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
TO SUBSCRIBERS.

TO SUBSCRIBERS.

Terms of Subscription (Stamped) : Per Annum, ... ... ... ... £1 6 0 Half-Tearly, ... ... ... ... 013 0 Quarterly, Payable In Advance. Subscribers are respectfully informed that all Post-office Orders for Subscriptions or Advertisements becoming duo after the Ist January, 1860, m
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
ROMANISAI IN SCOTLAND.

ROMANISAI IN SCOTLAND.

WITurN the present month Romanisin has boldly raised its brazen front in the land of JOIIN KNOX. On Sunday week the soul-sickening ceremony of "taking the veil" was enacted with all possible display and pomp in the Romanist Church of St. Andrews, in Dundee. Two young creatures,
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England
 
CORN MARKET.

CORN MARKET.

MARX-LANZ, Monday. The accounts from most of the principal provincial markets notice short supplies of grain, and prices generally exhibited an upward tendency. At Liverpool prices exhibted an upward tendency; wheat advanced 2d. to al per cental, and flour IL per sack. In Scotla
March 31, 1860 - National Standard - London, London, England