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THE CONTRACT FOR corms.

THE CONTRACT FOR corms.

CONTRACT FOR Mr. PARSER brought under notice a- substitution by Mr. Johns, the contractor for the supply of coffins; of coffins of common deal or spruce, for the elm ones-contracted for by the Board. His attention had been called to it by Meredith, the sexton of West Hackney Chur
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
PUBLISHED AND SOLD BY PARTRIDGE & Co., Paternoster-row. IL! LEAVES: A BOOK FOR THE CHURCHES. TWELVE SERMONS. By Rev. S.

PUBLISHED AND SOLD BY PARTRIDGE & Co., Paternoster-row. IL! LEAVES: A BOOK FOR THE CHURCHES. TWELVE SERMONS. By Rev. S.

THE POETRY OF TEACHING. GOUGH V. LEE'S CORRESPONDENCE. SIGNAL LAMPS FOR THE RAILWAY OF LIFE. THE CHURCH IN THE CIRCUS. MEMORIALS OF SIR HENRY HAVELOCK. DICK HASLUCK, THE MERCHANT'S CLERK. 'THE THREE CURICIES. By a CHAFLALN. LECTURES BY THE REV. A. MURSELL. THE ONLY SON AND HIS C
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
AJAL.Y.i3u HURRAH! TAW A! ! I TOLD WE COULD BUY OUR SWEETS at EDWARDS'S, KINGSLAND, for HIS ARE GENUINE, Dr.

AJAL.Y.i3u HURRAH! TAW A! ! I TOLD WE COULD BUY OUR SWEETS at EDWARDS'S, KINGSLAND, for HIS ARE GENUINE, Dr.

HASSELL, of the " Leacrr," says so !—For Nov. and Dec., ALSO, He:thas Thirty Thousand Christmas-Tree Ornaments, at One Penny each. H. EDWARDS 9 -7 51,4 CONFECTIONER, HIGH STREET, KINGSLAND.
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED AND ANNOTATED en • e.-1 famitij .nchEt glthlo fragit-ficEliko, c. MATTHEW HENRY'S COMMENTARY.—PICTORIAL EDITION. Besides the entire Comment, of

ILLUSTRATED AND ANNOTATED en • e.-1 famitij .nchEt glthlo fragit-ficEliko, c. MATTHEW HENRY'S COMMENTARY.—PICTORIAL EDITION. Besides the entire Comment, of

M a tthew Henry, and the Sacred Text in full, this edition contains 100 closely printed .pages of Supplementary Notes, selected with great care front the most esteemed modern Biblical —a resvial of the Comment on the Epistles finished by others, after Matthew Henry's death, by e
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
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December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
NEW BRITANNIA THEATRE, HOXTON. The Pantomime at this Splendid New Edifice, is entitled "Prince Peacock, and the Queen of Spite,

NEW BRITANNIA THEATRE, HOXTON. The Pantomime at this Splendid New Edifice, is entitled "Prince Peacock, and the Queen of Spite,

or the Fountain of Eternal Youth." Prince Brilliant Peacock (Mrs. S. LANE), Son of a Fairy Queen (Miss Pettifer), has been brought up in jealous seclusion from the society of ladies, aud taught to believe that his honoured mamma is the only female in the world. Nevertheless, the
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
ROYAL BRITANNIA TAVERN HOXTON OLD TOWN. Av R. CRAWFORD respectfully announces to his Friends, and the Public generally, that v

ROYAL BRITANNIA TAVERN HOXTON OLD TOWN. Av R. CRAWFORD respectfully announces to his Friends, and the Public generally, that v

. he has now OPENED THIS MAGNIFICENT ESTABLISHMENT, With a VERY CHOICE SELECTION of WINES. SPIRITS, aud MALT LIQUORS, which he is resolved to supply at the most Moderate Charges. W. C. especially invites an Inspection of this very elegant Tavern, which is decorated in the highes
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
PROPERTY FOR DISPOSAL.

PROPERTY FOR DISPOSAL.

FOR SALE. (By MR. MESSITER, AUCTIONEER, Scc., 24, Acrox PLACE, KINGSLAIID ROAD.) - IA.LSTON.—A very Delightful Residence con-1/thining Six Rooms, Excellent Garden, Coach Rouse, Stable, LesEe 26 years, Ground Rent £4, Price £250. DA_LSTON. Five Capital Houses, Seven Rooms each, G
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
Law Board, but for what reason he is so to be dismissed we cannot learn, unless it be that be

Law Board, but for what reason he is so to be dismissed we cannot learn, unless it be that be

is not obsequious enough to some of the gentlemen Guardians. We have learned that Dr. Clark stands high in his profession as a medical gentleman; and unless it can be distinctly proved that he is incapable, or that he has neglected his duties, which was not shown in a recent all
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
LIMEHOUSE BOARD OF WORKS.

LIMEHOUSE BOARD OF WORKS.

On Wednesday, the ordinary meeting of this Board was held at Ratelifr workhouse. Mr. Nathan presided, and the following gentlemen were also present: Messrs. Foster, Whyte, G. Blyton, Taylor, Sutton, Saul, Holt, H. Blyton, Holmes, Warren, Nicholls, Harper, Hinckley, Homer, Whitin
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England