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EDUCATION. —A. Lady conducting. a — gelect Establishment, has vacancies for pupils, who may require to be carefully and progressively

EDUCATION. —A. Lady conducting. a — gelect Establishment, has vacancies for pupils, who may require to be carefully and progressively

educated, and to finish under eminent professors. The system combines the comforts and beneficial influenceof a private family, with a greater degree of discipline, of regularity, and of educational advantages. This Establishment is peculiarly adapted for orphan young Ladies, or
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
LOANS ' Granted either on real property or on personal security.. Policies notnecessarily forfeited through,the inability of the Assured to

LOANS ' Granted either on real property or on personal security.. Policies notnecessarily forfeited through,the inability of the Assured to

pay the premiums. Seventy per Cent. Of the Profits divided among the Assured. Agents wanted, both for the Fire and Life Departments, in localities where not already appointed. FIRE INSURANCE,at the usual rates. , EBENEZER , CLARKE, Jun., Sec.
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
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4 . papers. The enumeration of failures is fearful in extent, and of banks; in numbers. It is a serious matter ro Europe, inasmuch as .these catastrophes are not confined to any particular state, but are spread over each in the Union,•and thereby either directly or indirectly cau
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
CLOSE OF THE ART TREASURES EXHIBITION. MANCHESTER, SATURDAY, Oct. 17.—The great Exhibition of Art Treasures, which has for the last,

CLOSE OF THE ART TREASURES EXHIBITION. MANCHESTER, SATURDAY, Oct. 17.—The great Exhibition of Art Treasures, which has for the last,

six konths improved, instructed, and delighted the thousands have witnessed it, this evening closed its doors for ever; i aa d we can now only speak of it as one of the things that nave been. But still, the great purpose for which it was rnai nlY brought together has been fully
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE INDIAN RELIEF FUND.

THE INDIAN RELIEF FUND.

A meeting of the parishioners of St. Martin's•in-tbe- Fields, Westminster, was held at the Vestry, in pursuance of a requisition from a number of the inhabitants, to express sympathy with our fellow-countrymen in India, and to aid the subscription now collecting for their relief
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
MONUMENT TO THE CRIMEAN HEROES.

MONUMENT TO THE CRIMEAN HEROES.

SHEFFIELD, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21st.,—This was a memorable day at Sheffield, rendered so by the ceremony of laying the foundation-stone of a monument to the memory of those gallant fellows who left the neighbourhood to fight in the Crimean war, and there perished. The project for ra
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE BEST PRESENTS. The Best Family Bible. nOBBIN'S DOMESTIC BIBLE.—New and Superior Edition. The Holy Bible, with upwards of 700

THE BEST PRESENTS. The Best Family Bible. nOBBIN'S DOMESTIC BIBLE.—New and Superior Edition. The Holy Bible, with upwards of 700

t , fustrative Engravings, a series of coloured Maps, copious ilotes, Practical Reflections. improved Readings, 140,000 Rexerences, dm. Cloth, 305.; calf extra, 365.; morocco, 425. The Best Mdition of the Best:Commixttltry. MITTHEW HENRY'S COMMENTARY. Pictorial Edition, Unabridg
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
BOOKS BOUGHT TO ANY AMOUNT, and the Utmost Price given for immediate Cash, thereby saving the delay, uncertainty, and expense

BOOKS BOUGHT TO ANY AMOUNT, and the Utmost Price given for immediate Cash, thereby saving the delay, uncertainty, and expense

of public auction, by a Second-hand Bookseller. of 20 years' standing. N.B.—Catalogues gratis and post-free. 20,000 vols. of books. —Apply to T. MIILARD, 70, Newgate-street, London. .
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
ENGLAND AND INDIA.

ENGLAND AND INDIA.

M. T. LEMOISNE, a French writer, in an important French publication, the Revue des Deux Monde: says, in reference to the conduct which should be pursued towards India "England has care of souls: she must remember her charge when she has reconquered India. Then she will acknowl e
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THAMES.

THAMES.

DARING STREET ROBBERY.—Richard Hunt, a boy aged fourteen years, who said be was a shoemaker, and gave his address 20, Great Garden-street, Whitechapel, was brought up on remand, charged with stealing a carpet-bag, containing diamonds, surgical instruments, and other property, va
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England