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FRANCE. (From our own Correspondent.) PARIS, Sept. 1. THERE has been considerable depression in reference to the affairs of Italy. The opinion is daily gaining ground 'that the Conference at Zurich will not effect a settlement, and that the Peace of Villafranca, being equally di
September 3, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
A STEAMBOAT SUNK IN THE RIVER.

A STEAMBOAT SUNK IN THE RIVER.

On Wednesday 'morning, about half-past eight o'clock, an ac- Fklent of a serious nature - occured to the Bride steamboat, belong-1,1,1g to the Iron' Steamboat Company. The Brid e , as U sua l, l e ft the pier at Nine Elms at eight o'clock, with her usual compliment ° f.passenger
September 3, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
A SPIRITUALIST WEDDING.

A SPIRITUALIST WEDDING.

• At the convention of Spiritualists held at I'lyniouth, Massachusetts, , on the sth, 6th, and 7th of August, the hovel feature of a marriage between two Spiritualists was introduced among the exercises. It is thus described by a correspondent:—The declaration or sentiments havi
September 3, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
BIRKBECK BANK FOR SAVINGS.— Deposits received at Five per cent. Interest. Office, London Mechanics' Institution, No. 29, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. Office

BIRKBECK BANK FOR SAVINGS.— Deposits received at Five per cent. Interest. Office, London Mechanics' Institution, No. 29, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. Office

hours from 11 till 5 daily, and on Monday and Saturday evenings from 7 till 9. FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager.
September 3, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF POLITICS, LITERATURE, ART, AND NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1859.

A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF POLITICS, LITERATURE, ART, AND NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1859.

still we must have manual labour, though we seek it from foreign lands, and attract it to us from the ends of the earth. .It .is the eleventh hour! Will the men hesitate? We hope not ; we trust that if they can bear the pangs of hunger, that at all events . the sight of starving
September 10, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
DISASTROUS FIRE IN THE WATERLOO ROAD.

DISASTROUS FIRE IN THE WATERLOO ROAD.

Early on Wednesday morning a fire, which caused the death of three persons—a mother, her little boy, and a grown-up daughteroccurred in the immediate neighbourhood of the Waterloo Railwaystation. The family consisted of Mr. James Burton, a dealer in pawnbrokers' unredeemed pledg
September 10, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
1 "The story .of from year to year' Sitalts r aeare. ALL THE Price Two-pence, 11. Conducted ,by ,cmg,rip* Dickens,

1 "The story .of from year to year' Sitalts r aeare. ALL THE Price Two-pence, 11. Conducted ,by ,cmg,rip* Dickens,

with - which is incorporated " I.l6usehAld Words!". No. 9. for Sept. 10, 1859, contains :—A Tale of Two Cities, by Chas. Dickens . (Book the Second: The Golden Thread. Chapter xxiv., Drawn to the Loadstne..,B,ock).—Also..North Italian Character The Futiv-Perkins's Blue —Drift (S
September 10, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
REDUCED PRICES. Gallery (to hold 1200 persons), Sixpence. Pit (enlarged—seats backed and stuffed), One Shilling. Upper Circle, 2s. Dress Circle,

REDUCED PRICES. Gallery (to hold 1200 persons), Sixpence. Pit (enlarged—seats backed and stuffed), One Shilling. Upper Circle, 2s. Dress Circle,

3s. Stalls, ss. Private Boxes, 10s. 6d., L 1 is., .£1 1 ls. 6d., and £2 2s. The nobility, gentry, and the public are respectfully informed that this Theatre, having been thoroughly remodelled and beautified, will be OPENED FOR THE DRAMATIC SEASON On SATURDAY, OCTOBER the Ist, 18
September 10, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
pROMOTER LIFE OFFICE, 9. Chatham-plaC e, Bled:friars. Established in • 182,6. . TRUSTEES. _ _ Sir John G. S. Lefevre,

pROMOTER LIFE OFFICE, 9. Chatham-plaC e, Bled:friars. Established in • 182,6. . TRUSTEES. _ _ Sir John G. S. Lefevre,

K.C.8., F.R.S. .Charles Johnston, Esq. John Deacon; Esq.. Every description of Life Assurance effected on libetl i terms.
September 10, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England