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POCKET BIBLES. THE PORTABLE COAMENTARY -NEW EDITION. The Authorised Version, with 15,000 critical and illustrative Notes, and References and Readings

POCKET BIBLES. THE PORTABLE COAMENTARY -NEW EDITION. The Authorised Version, with 15,000 critical and illustrative Notes, and References and Readings

; together with a history connecting the Old and New Testaments, various useful Tables, and nine coloured Maps. By the Rev. Isoatair ConalN M.A. Roan embossed, Os; Turley morocco. Os. 6d. to 128. 6d. With New Index to the Bible, 9d. extra. THE ANALYTICAL BIBLE.-NEW EDITION. The
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
 
NOTICE! HUMM DEGS to inform his Friends and the Public in general that he has T4KEN ONE OF THE SHOPS

NOTICE! HUMM DEGS to inform his Friends and the Public in general that he has T4KEN ONE OF THE SHOPS

The Eastern Counties Railway Station, HOREDITCH, And intendg OPENING it On Saturday, January Bthl 1859, With a WELL SELECTED STOCK of FIRST - CLASS HATS AND CAPS, In eery Variety (d' Shapes and Quality. JOHN HUMM, MANUFACTURER, 3, Spicer Street, Spitaljields. TO CAItPENTERS & CA
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
COMPU/SORT USE OP IHE BATIL

COMPU/SORT USE OP IHE BATIL

Mr. PAltitztt introduced the consideration of the compulsory.use of the bath to vagrants . . He said there were , only 18 vitzrants relieved last week, against - 75 in the corresponding week last year, and he believed it was , attributable to this cause. He found that the Isling
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE RISING ESTABLISHMENT.

THE RISING ESTABLISHMENT.

AT the PREMISES DESTROYED BY FIRE, Nov. 11, 1857, Rebuilt and Opened, March 27, 1858, after Eleven Years Established, IS NOW EXHIBITED The Largest Collection of Entirely New Winter Goods, SHAWLS, MANTLES, DRESSES, FURS, FRENCEI IVIERINOES FRENCH TWILLS, &e., With every Deseripti
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
among some boys. He appeared :very drunk, and his hands and the front of his person were besmeared with blood.

among some boys. He appeared :very drunk, and his hands and the front of his person were besmeared with blood.

I told him he was my prisoner, and he made no reply. On his way to the station-house he said, "I have a barthen in my pocket; let me go." I released him for a moment, and he put his hand in pocket and took from it a razor-case, and threw it upon the ground. When I asked him what
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
1, "I nsity. 11 not ell as , with )ns of ft the Pktibas, )?Illgot 77 ,A y rki V

1, "I nsity. 11 not ell as , with )ns of ft the Pktibas, )?Illgot 77 ,A y rki V

es'`, '4l rcrrgo Lion of ety of , even- Last.' givan lg the le that s Wel 0 to on G. r' tit J. J. arlow , rs wheY' o f • iet. P °4 , )r. Twin- tion, which he hoped-and/believed would meet with their Approbation. The Ref. J. N. Bennie, curate of South Hackney, Was about to leave
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
SMART YOUNG LADIES WHO are 'Selecting their, WINTER HATS shoal visit PARKERS' NOTED SMART HAT WAREHOUSE, FACING SHOREDITCH CHURCH. The

SMART YOUNG LADIES WHO are 'Selecting their, WINTER HATS shoal visit PARKERS' NOTED SMART HAT WAREHOUSE, FACING SHOREDITCH CHURCH. The

Largest Stock of handsomely Trimmed Childrens Hats in London, at all Prices. A Pint Class Hat for Smart Young Men, 10s. ed.
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England