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TOWER HAMLETS MAIL. SATURDdr, OCTOBER 31, 1557. SUMMARY.

TOWER HAMLETS MAIL. SATURDdr, OCTOBER 31, 1557. SUMMARY.

THE Indian intelligence absorbs all attention to political matters, and that in the grave state of commercial affairs cannot be difficult to achieve. Several failures have occurred during the week. - The responsibilities of one firm, Thornton, Huggins, Ward, and Co., amount, it
October 31, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE MILE END ROAD PAVING.

THE MILE END ROAD PAVING.

Mr. ATRELL submitted a report of the Committee No. 2 on the suLject of paving in different,portions of the Hamlet the items in which were agreed t 4 without opposition, with the only exception of that which hal reference to the Mileend.road, in respect to which there was conside
October 31, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
SHOREDITCH NEW ALMSHOUSES.

SHOREDITCH NEW ALMSHOUSES.

The annual general meeting of the friends and subscribers of this institution was held on Monday evening, Mr. Church- , warden Stevens in the chair. The report of the balance-sheet showed, from the liberal donations at the anniversary dinner in February last, and from an increas
October 31, 1857 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE FIRE ESCAPES.

THE FIRE ESCAPES.

The committee upon this subject reported that they had come to the resolution of providing one fire escape for the Hamlet, and their proposition was, that it should be placed at the north side of Mile End-road, opposite the Town House. It was read by Mr. W. Newton ,(C. W.). Mr.
January 9, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
HACKNEY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

HACKNEY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

The. usual weekly meeting of the. Board of Guardians for the Hackney Union was held on Wednesday last, in the Board Room, at the Workhouse. W. Turner, Esq., occupied - the chair; and there were also present —Messrs. Parker, Fisher, Clennell, Prior, Offor, T. L. Brown, J. Brown,
January 9, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
ADECIDED BARGAIN. For Sale a 36 inch by 26 inch Wrought Iron Fire Resisting Repository, by Tann, of the Hack'ley

ADECIDED BARGAIN. For Sale a 36 inch by 26 inch Wrought Iron Fire Resisting Repository, by Tann, of the Hack'ley

Road. Price 13 Guineas. To be seen at tB. WILLOMATT, Jun., Pianoforte and Furniture Warehouse, 180, Whitechapel-road, E.
January 9, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPT STOCK. FIELD and BITHREY, 13, 26, 27, PITFIELD - STREET. HAVING PIIRCHASF D The whole of the Stock of

BANKRUPT STOCK. FIELD and BITHREY, 13, 26, 27, PITFIELD - STREET. HAVING PIIRCHASF D The whole of the Stock of

Mr. PALMER, Finsbury Pavement, a Bankrupt, At the Enormous Discounts of froni 40 to 75 per Cent. from Stock-book Prices. oommenced SELLING OFF the same on NEW YEtkR'S DAY.—The STOCK consists of ' LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES, READY-MADE LINEN, STAYS, MILLINERY, Bonnets, Mantle
January 9, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION. —A Lady conducting a Select Establishme t, has vacancies for pupils, who may require to he carefully and progressively

EDUCATION. —A Lady conducting a Select Establishme t, has vacancies for pupils, who may require to he carefully and progressively

educated, and to finish under eminent professors. The system combines the comforts and beneficialinfluence of a private family, with a greater degree of discipline, of regularity, and of educational advantages. This Establishment is peculiarly adapted for orphan young Ladies, or
January 9, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE, THE Cheapest and Best House at the East End of London, for China, Glass, and Earthenware,

CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE, THE Cheapest and Best House at the East End of London, for China, Glass, and Earthenware,

is al WEBB' S, 3 k 4, LUCAS PLACE, COMMERCIAL ROAD. An extensive assortment of Dinner Pnd Tea Services, in neat and elegant patterns, also every article necessary for the kitchen, at extremely low prices. Shippers and the Trade supplied. CKERBEY, General News Agent, Bookseller,
February 6, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEA.

MISCELLANEA.

The Manchester Guardian of Saturday announces the death of the Rev. Richard Parkinson, D.D., Canon of Manchester, and Principal of St. Bee's. At the funeral of the Queen of Oude, in the cemetery of Pere Is Chaise, a diadem was placed on her brow, a necklace of lavis lazuli round
February 6, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England