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THE DISTRESSED COAL-WHIPPERS.

THE DISTRESSED COAL-WHIPPERS.

Right Hon. Lord Kinnaird has generously commenced a subscription towards the establishment of a •aonp kitchen, for the relief, during the impending winter, of the pressing necessities of this distressed class of residents of the waterside parishes, by a donation of ten pounds. A
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
WHITECHAPEL BOARD OF WORKS.

WHITECHAPEL BOARD OF WORKS.

The Weekly meeting of this Board was held at the offices in Great Alie-street, on Monday evening. Mr. Brushfield presided, and the following gentlemen were also present—Messrs. Simmonds, Sherwood, Shelton, Sarson, Davis, 'Tarr's, Sharpe, Walker, Freemin, Ambrose, Jenkins, Burn,
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
TO LETA

TO LETA

11QUILDING LAND to Let, With Advances, adjoining St. Jude's Church, Old Bethnal Green Road. OLD FORD ROAD.—A Carcase intended for a Public House. in a Commandintt Sitnation. OLD FORD.—Several Well Built Carcases at a Ground Rent. Advances Made. R oss, & CO., CALEDONIAN BREWERY,
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE NEW WESTMINSTER-BRIDGE.

THE NEW WESTMINSTER-BRIDGE.

The new 'Westminster-bridge will not be opened, it is said, till Midsummer., The arches are not yet in course of erection, but. within six weeks from the present time three of those from the Surrey side will be well advanced. The new bridge will harmonise completely with the nob
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
TRACTARTAN INNOVATIONS AT OXFORD.

TRACTARTAN INNOVATIONS AT OXFORD.

The following Memorial, signed by sixty-nine communicants of the parish of Holywell, has been presented to the Bishop of Oxford : " To the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Oxford. "My Lord,—We, the undersigned parishioners of Holywell, in the City of Oxford, and communicants of the
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
HACKNEY PARLIAMENTARY AND PAROCHIAL REFORM ASSOCIATION.

HACKNEY PARLIAMENTARY AND PAROCHIAL REFORM ASSOCIATION.

An adjourned public meeting, called by the above association, was held at the Queen's Arms, De Beauvoir Town, on Monday evening, the 13th instant, at which a large number of ratepavers were present. William Wickham, Esq , was called to the chair, and opened the proceedings by dr
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
NOW READY—THIRD EDITION. S q uare 16naw, cloth, Is. ; cloth g ilt, Is. Gd., THE BIBLE REMEMBRANCER. By the

NOW READY—THIRD EDITION. S q uare 16naw, cloth, Is. ; cloth g ilt, Is. Gd., THE BIBLE REMEMBRANCER. By the

Rev. I. COBBIN, M.A., with .Maps and Illustrations, Tabular Views of the Psalms, Promises, kc., and Analysis of the Whole Bible. Every reader of the Bible should possess this invaluable little book.'—ekristian Wonl4 . It is incomparably the finest thing of the kind in the Englis
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
INDIAN TELEGRAM.

INDIAN TELEGRAM.

OUDE.—On the 29t1r of October Beni Mane, with 20,000 men, made a determined attack on our force at Noma. The rebels were beaten oil, and lost two gum No casualty among the Europeans. On the 30th of October the rebels under Mehudee Hoosein were defeated near Sufdtirgunge, losing
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
SHOREDITCH NEW ALMSHOUSES.

SHOREDITCH NEW ALMSHOUSES.

It will be seen by an advertisement in our columns that a subscription has been entered into for the purpose of supplying the inmates of the almshouses with refreshing and substantial Christmas cheer. It must be perfectly untie cessary to say one word in favour of so pleasing a
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
YOUR HATS AND CAPS OF THE WIIOLESALE MAUFACTURER, JOHN HUDIX, :37, BETHNAL GREEN ROAD, (Opposite Hart's Lane.) TRY MY FIRST

YOUR HATS AND CAPS OF THE WIIOLESALE MAUFACTURER, JOHN HUDIX, :37, BETHNAL GREEN ROAD, (Opposite Hart's Lane.) TRY MY FIRST

CLASS HAT, Ss. 6D., For Style and Quality.
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England