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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
 
Messrs. PARTRIDGE & CO. are now Publishing • "MY" RECOLLECTIONS OF THE LAST FOUR POPES: A Biography and a Reply.

Messrs. PARTRIDGE & CO. are now Publishing • "MY" RECOLLECTIONS OF THE LAST FOUR POPES: A Biography and a Reply.

By ALESSAS:DR• GAVAZEI. [ln a few dayi. THE APOCALYPSE UNVEILED: an Analysis, a Harmony, a Brief Exposition, and a Practical Improvement of the Introductions to the Visions contained in the Book of the Revelati o n. By the late Rev. J. YOUNG. Fen,. B'l'o, Cloth, is. 6d. [This da
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
LITERARY SCRAPS.;

LITERARY SCRAPS.;

uoußketz.—That courage which prompts us to court death is but the courage of a moment, and is often excited by the vain hope of a posthumous fame. There is a species of courage more necessary, and more rare, which mattes us support, without witness and without applause, the vari
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
Hetton's . Hartisk v . . . . its. 61. Laniliton's 21s. hart steam 17s. Hartlepool 21s. Ila rtley's .

Hetton's . Hartisk v . . . . its. 61. Laniliton's 21s. hart steam 17s. Hartlepool 21s. Ila rtley's .

. . . Sllkstone 20s, Nots.. Clay Cross 15s. Small izs. Derbyshire . . . . I 9 s. Coke .„ • tif All Orders to be Addressed to 11. C. Clark. C STEVENS , Carver and Gilder, Looking Glass Maker, and Plate Glass Factor, 40, HOLYWELL LANE, StIOREDITCH, Invitee the attention of the Tra
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
N E W BRITANNIA THEATRE, 110XTON. DECLARED BY THE PUBLIC VOICE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THEATRE IN LONDON! The forthcoming GEORGEOUS

N E W BRITANNIA THEATRE, 110XTON. DECLARED BY THE PUBLIC VOICE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THEATRE IN LONDON! The forthcoming GEORGEOUS

BRITA NNI PANTOMIME rapidly approaches completion. It will surpass in Senic Effects and Decorations anything of the kind ever witnessed! Last Week of Mr. W. G. ROSS. On Monday. Tuesday, and Wednesday, to commence with BELINDA. THE BLIND; Supported by the whole strength of the Co
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
LONDON AND SUBURBAN BUILDING SOCIETY.

LONDON AND SUBURBAN BUILDING SOCIETY.

On Tuesday evening, a meeting of this Society was held st the Beaumont Institution to ballot for ten houses erected on the Freehold Land Society's estate at Old Ford. The Rev. G. T. DRIFFIELD, M.A., Rector of Bow, presided, and said be had long wished for an opportunity of atten
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
Webb said that. he uaderstood it was baried in Bow Cemetery. Deceased was a Dutchman, and a sailor on board

Webb said that. he uaderstood it was baried in Bow Cemetery. Deceased was a Dutchman, and a sailor on board

an Antwerp steamer. The foreman of the jury remarked that it WA% a very improper interference on the part of the ' authorities of .the hoipital, and in his opinion" an inquiry ought now to 1)e instituted. It might be possible that the man might have been knocked overboard. Sever
December 18, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
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