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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
 
OUR STATESMEN ON INDIA. At the Society in aid of Foreign Missions, held at Chester,

OUR STATESMEN ON INDIA. At the Society in aid of Foreign Missions, held at Chester,

The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, on rising, was greeted wish loud cheers. Ile said :—My lord bishop, friends, and brethren, I have undertaken to move a resolution, the purport of which is as follows :—" That the present crisis in India, together with the rapidly increasing field
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
BANKER'S CIRCULAR. Office, No. 45, CORNIIILL. , This publication, which has been established nearly twentyfive years, and which is circulated

BANKER'S CIRCULAR. Office, No. 45, CORNIIILL. , This publication, which has been established nearly twentyfive years, and which is circulated

among the Nobility, Members of Parliament, Bankers, and higher class of Merchants in England and foreign countries, has been permanently enlarged to sixteen pages. The columns of the CIRCULAR TO BANEERS are devoted to the investigation of all questions connected with banking, fi
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
te had been called upon to inspect in the district, there 'being an accumulation of filth of the most disgusting

te had been called upon to inspect in the district, there 'being an accumulation of filth of the most disgusting

'character, while the paving at the entrance to the yard was in such a condition that it was impossible to pass in and out, The owner had a very large field; and the SUggeSliOn he had to offer was, that if the pig-styes and cattle-sheds were removed to the further end of this, t
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
EAST INDIA AND CHINA MAILS.

EAST INDIA AND CHINA MAILS.

SOUTHAMPTON, Oct. 22.—The Peninsular and Oriental Company's steam ship Ripon, arrived this day, with the heavy portion of the East India and China mails. There were in all 170 passengers—viz., fast class, 11 second class, and 71 children and servants. Lady Higginson and two chil
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
HEALTH OF. LONDON DURING, THE WEEK. [From the Registrar-General's Returns.]

HEALTH OF. LONDON DURING, THE WEEK. [From the Registrar-General's Returns.]

The total number of deaths registered in London, which in the previous week was 993, was in the week that ended on Saturday, October 17, 1,003, of which 507 were deaths of males, 4.96 those of females. In the ten years 1847-56 the average number of deaths in the weeks correspond
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF -PRINTING Executed with Neatness and Despatch, •At the Office of this Paper, 9, Es= PLACE, MARE STREET,

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF -PRINTING Executed with Neatness and Despatch, •At the Office of this Paper, 9, Es= PLACE, MARE STREET,

Hackney. This day. Price One shilling, post free, I • —IOW TO PUBLISH; a Manual for Authors. . —Contents :—Preliminary Remarks—Writing a Mann'Pt—Selection 'of a Title—Choice of a Publisher—Modes of • r ublishing—Publishing on Commission—Value of a Manuscript Vllustrations—Copyri
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
FOR LADIES ONLY: MISS GREENINGS'S SELECT CLASSES FOB Dancing, Deportment, and. Calisthenics, TOR LADIES OILY, Are NOW OPEN at ALBION

FOR LADIES ONLY: MISS GREENINGS'S SELECT CLASSES FOB Dancing, Deportment, and. Calisthenics, TOR LADIES OILY, Are NOW OPEN at ALBION

HALL, ALBION SQUARE, KING SL AND. In these Classes all the Fashionable Dances are taught, and great attention is given to the Deportment of the Cupils. Hours of Attendance from Half-past Twelve till Two on Wednesdays and Saturday.. Quarter dates from the time of entry SCHOOLS RE
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