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THE NURSERY.

THE NURSERY.

The peculiar mildness of the Balm, the action of which can be regulated at discretion, specially suits infancy and childhood. No well-regulated Nursery can dispense with it again. Price 3s. ed., Gs., an d lie, per bottle. No other prices are genuine. 01.1AlIDGE'S BALM, 13, Welli
November 14, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
TOWER HAMLETS MAIL. SATURDAY, NOFEMBER 14, 1857. SUMMARY.

TOWER HAMLETS MAIL. SATURDAY, NOFEMBER 14, 1857. SUMMARY.

TOWER HAMLETS MAIL. SATURDAY , NOFEMBER 14, 1857. SUMMARY. The f a ilure of Messrs. Dennistoun of Glasgow, on the 7th, created great alarm there; in Liverpool and in London, where they have branch houses. The firm have houses in New Orleans and New York. Their liabilities are sai
November 14, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the 6th inst., at St. Leonards.on-the-Lea, aged -22, Hannah, second daughter of Williain Muller, Esq., A mherstroad, Hackney. On the 7th inst., at -Sheeklewell,.Sythy Horn, relict of the late Mark Marsden, Esq., R.N. • On the 9th inst., at No. 2, Stepney Green-terrace, Ann Ri
November 14, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
LITERARY & SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION, MANOR ROOMS, HACKNEY. On WEDNESDAY EVENING; the 18th November, a LECTURE Will be delivered by the

LITERARY & SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION, MANOR ROOMS, HACKNEY. On WEDNESDAY EVENING; the 18th November, a LECTURE Will be delivered by the

Rev. THOMAS AVELINO. Subject" A Visit to Jerusalem." Admission, Members free; Non-members, 6d. Doors open at Seven o'clock; Lecture to commence at eight o'clock precisely.
November 14, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
BUTCHERS AND SLA.UGHTER-HOUSES.

BUTCHERS AND SLA.UGHTER-HOUSES.

A. large and influential meeting of the principal butchers of the metropolis was held at the Freemasons' Tavern, on Tuesday, to consider the existing difficulties as to slaughter. ing animals on their own premises. Mr. Banister was called to the chair. Mr. Morris laid before the
December 5, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE CHURCHWARDEN'S MEMORIAL.

THE CHURCHWARDEN'S MEMORIAL.

Mr. BENNETT, the senior churchwarden, appeared in support of the application which he had attended to explain at the previous meeting; due notice having been given of the proceeding on the present occasion. The applicat'on was that the Board should guarantee the expense which ma
December 5, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE MONET FOR DRAINAGE.

THE MONET FOR DRAINAGE.

Mr. Orrou observed that he had discovered that no official intimation had been conveyed to that Board of the authorisation given by the Metropolitan Board of Works, to their borrowing the sum of 236,000, in two sums. The authorisation was formally entered upon the minutes of the
December 5, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
LAMBETH

LAMBETH

WARD V. I , IICIIOLLS.-IMPORTANT TO MEMBERS OF FREE HOLD LAND SOCIETIES. This action was brought by the plaintiff, a resident of Dulwich, as agent of the City of London Tenants' Investment and. Freehold Land Society, to recover of the defendant, Miss Julia Nicholls, of the Thurl
October 31, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.—MoNDAY.

METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.—MoNDAY.

The total imports of foreign stock into London, last week, were 8,154 head; being 1,317 beasts, 6,091 sheep, 25 lambs, 531 calves, 190 pigs. There was a fair average supply of foreign stock in fair condition. Compared with Monday last the receipts of home-fed beasts fresh up thi
October 31, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
T. BINNS, CABINET MANUFACTURER ) UPHOLSTER . ER &c ') Of 3, Colet Place, Commercial Road, E., A VAILS himself

T. BINNS, CABINET MANUFACTURER ) UPHOLSTER . ER &c ') Of 3, Colet Place, Commercial Road, E., A VAILS himself

of hl3 means to infori;i Inhabitants of Hackney and surrounding neighbourhood that he has Opened the Premises known as " THE OLD ASSEMBLY ROOM," UPPER CHURCH STREET, HACKNEY, WITH AN Extensive Assortment of Superior Cabinet Furniture, With those in this Locality who are already
January 9, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England