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01 October 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE BEEHIVE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864. EORTI.TBLE AMRDER AND CANNIBALISM IN BOHEMIA.

THE BEEHIVE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864. EORTI.TBLE AMRDER AND CANNIBALISM IN BOHEMIA.

THE OVERCROWDING OF DWELLINGII(AJSES AND WaTIKSIIOPS. Mr. Gekl:yin/real:Da paper in the Health Department of the Social Science Congress on September 24 on the question, "What is the influence on health of the overcrowding of dwelling houses and workslaops ; and by what means co
01 October 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
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01 October 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
GROVE'S HARROW SUITS, 25s.—This- Favourite Suit can be had suitable for - Youths of any Eire. Kept in all the

GROVE'S HARROW SUITS, 25s.—This- Favourite Suit can be had suitable for - Youths of any Eire. Kept in all the

new materials. Also in Black Clcths, 30s. GROVE'S PRINCE of WALES SUITS, 35 5. Adapted tor youths, and will be found the choicest kind of suit ever offered to the public. The Coat is the present leading style. Vest, no collar. Trousers, peg tops. Alt are made from Wool Angolas,
01 October 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
tiMERICA. NEw YORK, Aug. I, —As the municipal officers chosen at an elrrtien in Richmond, by authority of Govern° ea

tiMERICA. NEw YORK, Aug. I, —As the municipal officers chosen at an elrrtien in Richmond, by authority of Govern° ea

the 25th, were assembling for qualification on the th • Provost-Marshal appeared, and prohibited further proceedings by order of General Turner, the militAry commander. The reasons given by General Turner for his interference were that the elections were ccnd ,cted under irregul
19 August 1865 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, INQUESTS, AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS, INQUESTS, AND OFFENCES.

(YESTERDAY.) MYSTERIOUS FIRE AT KENSAL GREBN.—A most remarkable occurrence took place at Kensal Green Cemetery ye.terd iy morning shortly after midnight. One of the metropolit , in police, who was passing along outside the railings of the Kensal Green Cemetery, had his attention
19 August 1865 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
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ORNING. .) August 9. 3utive monomer abode, trtment, has ones for the Lbrious posi- arlestan be- The rebel ded the surrver, refused hat the city ported to be *kovernment, legroes. he principal itry autho:t neutrall ty ?üblicanbria
19 August 1865 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE WARRINGTON CARPENTERS.

THE WARRINGTON CARPENTERS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEEHIVE. you be kind enough to allow me space in your valuable journal for the information of your readers respecting the joiners of Warrington that are now on strike against the hour system, and other obnoxious rules which the master builders wish to enforc
19 August 1865 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
BRUTAL MURDER IN GLOUCESTER- SHIRE.

BRUTAL MURDER IN GLOUCESTER- SHIRE.

What is called a vulgar murder has been committed in Gloucestershire. Charles Davis, a thick-witted, ignorant country labourer, thirty five years of age, lived with his wife and children in a large tumble down desolate looking old house at a straggling village named Okle, seven
19 August 1865 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
EXCURSION to RICHMOND, KINGSTON, and HAMPTON COURT, by the new steamboat Citizen R, with elegant SALOON accommodation, to leave London

EXCURSION to RICHMOND, KINGSTON, and HAMPTON COURT, by the new steamboat Citizen R, with elegant SALOON accommodation, to leave London

Bridge Pier every SUNDAY and MONDAY, at Ten o'clock (weather germitting). On SATURDAYS this boat will run to Richmond and Twickenham Alt only, leaving London Bridge at Two o'clock (calling at all the piers) and returning at Six p.m.
19 August 1865 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England