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ROSEMARY BRANCH PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY, Held at Mr. Marrnxws, Rosemary Branch Tav".rn, Islington. Instituted for the purpose of Relieving the Deserving

ROSEMARY BRANCH PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY, Held at Mr. Marrnxws, Rosemary Branch Tav".rn, Islington. Instituted for the purpose of Relieving the Deserving

Prior, by the Distribution of Bread and Coals in the Winter season. The Committee, sensible of the assistance they have already received from their Friends and surrounding inhabitaits, beg to give notice that a PUBLIC MEETING Will be held at the above Tavern, on TUESDAY EVENING,
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
Messrs. PARTRIDGE Sz CO. are now Publishing: "MY" RECOLLECTIONS OF TH LAST FOUR POPES: A Biography and a Reply. By

Messrs. PARTRIDGE Sz CO. are now Publishing: "MY" RECOLLECTIONS OF TH LAST FOUR POPES: A Biography and a Reply. By

ALESSANDRO GAVAZZL [ln a few days. THE APOCALYPSE UNVEILED: an Analysis, a Harmony, a Brief Exposition, and a Practical Improvement of the Introductions to the Visions contained in the Book ot the Revelation. By the late Rev. J. YOUNG. Fcap. Bvo, cloth, Is. 6d. [This day. HOURS
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE MORTARA CASE.

THE MORTARA CASE.

,Tlte , following-roetu — orial reply bavt beert forwArded to us for publication : " To the Right Hon. the Earl' of IVlalrnesbury„ her Majesty's Principal Secretary or State, fOr 'oreign b Affairs.' "The Memorial of the Committee of theßrotestant Alliance " Your memorialists par
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
HIGHBITRY BARN. DANCING IN THE GREAT HALL EVERY EVENING DURING THE SEASON

HIGHBITRY BARN. DANCING IN THE GREAT HALL EVERY EVENING DURING THE SEASON

December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
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, s , L • A • r ,ARA. on.):81jR. : ; ONE POUND OVER-COATS, in ALL COLOURS and SIZES, 10 BE UAD ONLY OF RAVER, A. LYNES, EVERYBODY'S TAILOR, 168, SHOREI)ITCH, NEARLY OPPOSITE CHURCH - STREET, Ti Di' , mu Yard. THE LONDON, Quite a NEW STYLE of OVER-COAT, at £l. WAP.RCITED NOT TO OR
December 25, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
ODE, I TO TOE MEMORY OF BURNS. Proud was the morn old Scotland saw The heaven of genius ope, to

ODE, I TO TOE MEMORY OF BURNS. Proud was the morn old Scotland saw The heaven of genius ope, to

spread halo-crown of glorious light, Move you humble shed'; Th 6 Spirit of her ancient song Again assumed the mountain lyre, And, trembling o'er the witching chords, She found it strung with fire. AsiMorning Efts the vapoury veil, tro show the blessed face of day, nit spell reve
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