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A PATIENT'S GRATITUDE.

A PATIENT'S GRATITUDE.

TIDRESENTATION OF ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS TO DR. SMITH. Copy of a Letter received from JANES M—N, Esq.. York " Dear Sif,—With feelings of the deepest gratitude I beg to inform you of the perfect cure of my nervous debility, indigestion, and loss of memory, solely by following the in
June 12, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
A GREAT COMFORT f9r LITTLE MONEY! 11 Purchase W. FIELD'S LIGHT AND EASY-PITTING RAT, only Sold at the Makers, 17,

A GREAT COMFORT f9r LITTLE MONEY! 11 Purchase W. FIELD'S LIGHT AND EASY-PITTING RAT, only Sold at the Makers, 17,

littrield'Place, Mile End Road, opposite the One Mile Stone. '
June 12, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
as passed 3 working y called a s to Scotre, if its rught into r this Act, es as low

as passed 3 working y called a s to Scotre, if its rught into r this Act, es as low

Act, and [s to sell ; be made y empowimprovea a a public in other dwellings )romotion omote the measure, Buildings ir the im. mg men. e districts us ranges f old and iiiies now formerly fever and n view of ? Have To this Scotland, so far as te as well [I be seen report of )ving
July 3, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
INSTANT RELIEF FROM PAIN.

INSTANT RELIEF FROM PAIN.

L:EFAY'S GRANDE POMADE. This extraordinary preparation cures Tie Doloreux, Gout, Rh e umatism, Lumbago, ruobing painful affections of the nerves, giving instant ' and all in the most violent paroxysms of those tormenting maladies. It may be used by the most de licate p erson wit
July 3, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
TO GENTLEMEN'S SERVANTS AND OTHERS. TO BE LET, one of the Oldest - Established E APING-HOUSES, in an improving neighbourhoodthe

TO GENTLEMEN'S SERVANTS AND OTHERS. TO BE LET, one of the Oldest - Established E APING-HOUSES, in an improving neighbourhoodthe

present Proprietor having had possession of the same for 24 years, and is about retiring—coming in about £l3O. A capital business can be proved, and capable of great extensi , m. Well fitted-up, with cooking apparatus, 417. c. Held at the low rent of £32 per annum. For further p
July 3, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
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July 10, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
THE GNAT AND THE CAMEL.

THE GNAT AND THE CAMEL.

A. Clerk from the office of the City Solicitor applied to Mr. Yardley for summonses against several persons for throwing dung into the river Thames ,from the pier head of the St. Katharine's Dock entrance. Mr. Yardley: I wish nothing worse than that went into the Thames. The Cle
July 10, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
COMMITTEES.

COMMITTEES.

The House Committee recommended, amongst - other things, that a tea broker be employed to purchase their tea, as they consumed about nine chests each quarter; they also expressed their opinion that 365. per gallon for brandy was too high a price. There was, however, a diversity
July 10, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England
 
HACKNEY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.

HACKNEY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.

The fifty-fifth anniversary of this institution was held on Tuesday se'nnight, in tishopsgate Chapel, the Rev. James Sherman in the chair. The audience assembled on the 'ciccasion was large and respectable, and the entire service of a gratifying character. After devotional exerc
July 10, 1858 - Tower Hamlets Mail - London, London, England