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SWITZERLAND.

SWITZERLAND.

A curious incident may be added as a sort ef epilogue to the Neufchatel drama, which so lately engaged the attention of all Europe. M. de Pourtales Steiger, who, it may be remembered, was the chief of the Royalists concerned In the disturbances of September, 1856, recently recei
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

The Pope has arrived at Civita Vecchia. His Holiness is accompanied by several cardinals, and the Ministers of Interior and Commerce. _ _ General de Goyon, who is now at Naples, is, it is said, charged with a private mission to examine and report on the military force of the var
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
NOTICE. 771 , 1 e Chi e f Office the TOWER HAMLETS MAIL is at 9 , Essex Place, Mare

NOTICE. 771 , 1 e Chi e f Office the TOWER HAMLETS MAIL is at 9 , Essex Place, Mare

Street, Hackney. The Trade can also b supplied by the following AGENTS: 1.. 25:11. • KERBET, 118, Whitcchapel Road. HA R riaoN, 146, Kingsland Road. GnEviLLE, 62, Great Cambridge Street, 'Laney Road. il lr• CURTIS, Union Street, Spitalfields. following is our Seale for Advertise
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
BRITISH PENITENT FEMALE REFUGE.

BRITISH PENITENT FEMALE REFUGE.

The 38th annual meeting of this estimable charity was held in the board-room at the institution, Cambridge-heath, for the purpose of receiving the report of the committee and the treasurer's account of the Puids of the asylum during the past year. The Secretary read the report,
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

CRTIELTY TO A CAT.—Alfred Allen and George Pond were charged with cruelty to a cat. It appeared from the evidence, that the prisoners, with a number of others, with dogs, were worrying a cat from arch to arch of the new street leading from Farringdon-street to Clerkenwell, after
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

The criminal business of the October Quarter Sessions commenced on Monday morning, at Clerkenwell, before Mr. Bliss, Q.C., and a bench of magistrates. There were 58 prisoners for trial; 47 charged with felony, and 11 with mis. demeancu r. Mr. Bliss delivered a short charge to th
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
Just Published, 6d. ; post free, seven Stamps, RECEIPT BOOK IFOR THE MILLION: ' Containing upwards of Useful Receipts and

Just Published, 6d. ; post free, seven Stamps, RECEIPT BOOK IFOR THE MILLION: ' Containing upwards of Useful Receipts and

Experirats in every Branch of Science, from Valuable l'rivate alluscripts, and Expensive Works of Eminent Practitioners. London: C. Kerbey, 118, Whitechapel Road.
October 24, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
"pI\IPEROB , LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. ' Agent for the Tower Hamlets District,. ' CEO. S. WYNNE, 9, ESSEX

"pI\IPEROB , LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. ' Agent for the Tower Hamlets District,. ' CEO. S. WYNNE, 9, ESSEX

PLACE, MARE STREET, HACKNEY.
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