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CONCLUSION OF THE EXETER HALL SERVICES.

CONCLUSION OF THE EXETER HALL SERVICES.

The concluding service of the series for the working classes in Exeter Hall, was held on Sunday evening. There was a very good attendance, though the Hall was far from full. The Rev. J. P. Turquand, of York-street Chapel, Walworth, officiated. After reading the Litany, the preac
May 8, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
HACKNEY CLAPTON, AND • KiNGSLA.ND DIBLE The forty-fourth anniversary of this society was held, in the Manor-rooms at Hackney, on

HACKNEY CLAPTON, AND • KiNGSLA.ND DIBLE The forty-fourth anniversary of this society was held, in the Manor-rooms at Hackney, on

Tuesday evening.. On On the platform were the Revs. Canon Champneys, J. Connell, incumbent of Homerton, W. Stone, F. Spitta, J. &glen ; Dr. Lockhart, from Shanghai, J. Morley i J. Hopkins, and R. Charles, jun., Esqrs., and:-the Rev. J. B. Bergne, secretary to the parent society.
May 8, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
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142 . 210 :The sales at the Hackney depot were thirty per cent. below those of last year, but fully equal to the-average of several previous years. The Rev. J. moved the adoption and printing of the report. The society recommended itself to every one who longed for the spread of
May 8, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
VITTINGS FOR MODEL SIIIPS.-BLOCKS, DEAD.EY ES, ANCIIORS, CANNONS, FLAGS, WIND'ASSES, CAPSTANS , STEER-WHEELS, DELLS, &c., &c., every article tor fitting

VITTINGS FOR MODEL SIIIPS.-BLOCKS, DEAD.EY ES, ANCIIORS, CANNONS, FLAGS, WIND'ASSES, CAPSTANS , STEER-WHEELS, DELLS, &c., &c., every article tor fitting

up Models of Ships, may be bad of p . STEVENS, No. 2:1, Trinity Square, Tower London, i' d •V• Models made to scale or drawing. Mono and Ivory repaired.
May 8, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
S. JENKIN S . , - DEGS respectfully to call the attention of the public to his large and.beautiful STOCK

S. JENKIN S . , - DEGS respectfully to call the attention of the public to his large and.beautiful STOCK

OF LOOKING GLASSES, &c., including all the NEW AND MOST ELEGANT DESIGNS IN WOOD CARVING, fitted up with Brilliant Plates, and offered.-at Very Low Prices, A Handsome Gilt Chimney. Glass, British Plate, and Wood Carved Frame, for 255. A RICHLY GILT MOUNTED PORTRAIT FRAME, (30 inc
May 8, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
VICTORIA PARK.

VICTORIA PARK.

THREE boys, verging to manhood, and in the • doubtful region between boyhood and complete responsibility—hav e this week been brought before - the Magistrate at Worship-street, and sentenced to:different periods of imprisonment for the destruction of trees in Victoria Park, by r
June 5, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
MONEY IMMEDIATELY ADVANCED TO ANY AMOUNT on Bills of Freehold and Leasehold Property, and on Personal Security, under a new

MONEY IMMEDIATELY ADVANCED TO ANY AMOUNT on Bills of Freehold and Leasehold Property, and on Personal Security, under a new

feature also, on Pictures, and Household Furniture. Good Bills discounted at a low rate of interest. Full particulars forwarded by return of post on - ieceipt of four postage stamps, stating amount of cash required, also security offered, to Mr. CIIARLES DECKS, 4/, Park Street,
June 5, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
5 - Mr. DENNIS seconded tbe motipa r - Mr roxt was s orry to -hear the case, but thought

5 - Mr. DENNIS seconded tbe motipa r - Mr roxt was s orry to -hear the case, but thought

before they consented,,to n the , motion,they ihni look . lntO 2 bis accounts, and wind them up properly. LEMAIIE said wisdom was not always with the tini/titude; and if they Wantecl'the Work well; he thought appoint a small comriaittee inewas afraid that the beginning of a seri
June 26, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
Third Thousand, price One Shilling, post free, HOW TO PUBLISH: A MANUAL FOR AUTHORS.

Third Thousand, price One Shilling, post free, HOW TO PUBLISH: A MANUAL FOR AUTHORS.

CONTENTS: Preliminary Remarks; Writing a Manuscript; Selection of a Title; Choice of a Publisher; Modes of Publishing; Publishing on Commission; Value of a Manuscript; Illustrations; Copyright; Choice of Size; Paper; Printing; Stereotyping; Binding; Advertising; When to Publish;
June 26, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
EXTENSION OF THE FRANCHISE.

EXTENSION OF THE FRANCHISE.

The abolition of the property qualification being carried, there is the extension of the suffrage only in which any progress could have been made during the present session. We expected no objection to the equalisation of the English and Scotch suffrage. It was so reasonable to
July 24, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England