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ATIONAL PROVIDENT INSTITUTION, 48, GRACECHURCH-STREET, LONDON, FOR MUTUAL ASSURANCE on LIVES, ANNUITIES, &c. DIRECTORS. SAMUEL HAYHURST LUCAS, ESQ. Chairman. CHARLES LUSHINGTON, Esq., Deputy Chairman. John Bradbury, Esq. I Robert Ingham, Esq., M.P. Thomas Castle, Esq. Charles Re
December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
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December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

The Norman steamship arrived at Plymouth on Tuesday: she left Table Bay, Nov. 20th. The colony was prosperous, and there was a prospect of an abundant hap-est< The reduction of the military force causes uneasiness. Small-pox had proved fatal in 1500 cases. Intelligence has been
December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

Further letters from India appear in yesterday's papers. The Times' Calcutta Correspondent, writing November 23, states that India is suffering from a spasm of dulness : "Civil action has been interrupted all through the mutinies, and military action is nearly over. The papers a
December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
Crime anb Zuffering,

Crime anb Zuffering,

A girl was killed in a street at Nottingham, last week, by the fall of a ladder. Henry Henfreys, a child three months old, has died at Litchurch, near Derby, from Godfrey's Cordial, unadvisedly administered by the mother. Lieutenant Higginson was on Thursday committed for trial,
December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

J. and W. Ormesher, Manchester and Bleachley, silk mallufacturers Ist div. of 2s 2d, December 28, and any subsequent Tuesday, at Pott's, Manchester—D. and B. Rollason, Bilstou, Staffordshire, ironmasters : 2nd div. of Oad, any Tuesday, at Whitmore's, Birmingham, Birming - ton —J
December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
B OARDING - SCHOOL, EASING WOLD, YORKSHIRE. The Rev. EDWIN WEDSTER, Principal. The Young Gentlemen have all the comforts of

B OARDING - SCHOOL, EASING WOLD, YORKSHIRE. The Rev. EDWIN WEDSTER, Principal. The Young Gentlemen have all the comforts of

a well-regulated Home, with the requisite advantages of a first-class School, on moderate terms. The School is select, and the number of Pupils limited. Easingwold is Three Miles from . Alne Station on the North- Eastern Railway, and an Omnibus meets all the ordinary trams. The
December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
HYAM and CO.'s CONJOINT GARMENTS for Gentlemen. These consist of the Guinea Coat and Vests. The true fitting Trousers and

HYAM and CO.'s CONJOINT GARMENTS for Gentlemen. These consist of the Guinea Coat and Vests. The true fitting Trousers and

Vest at One Pound, and the Coat, Trousers, and Vest, or suit conjointly, at Tilrtyeight Shillings. The New Paget Jacklet, Sac Jacket, Dress and Surtout Coats, half Dress and full Dress Suits, &A., are cut from materials which vary as much in quality and tature as in pattern, so
December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

Our friends may now obtain Prospectuses for distribution on application at the office; and we trust that they will actively assist us in giving the widest possible publicity to the arrangements made for the future conduct of the Patriot.
December 30, 1858 - The British Banner. - London, London, England