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THE LATE REV. JOHN HARRIS, D.D. Early in May will be published, price 7s. 6d, rpHE FIRST VOLUME of the

THE LATE REV. JOHN HARRIS, D.D. Early in May will be published, price 7s. 6d, rpHE FIRST VOLUME of the

LIFE and -L POSTHUMOUS WORKS of the Rev. JOHN HARRIS, D.D., late Principal of New College, London, and formerly Theological Tutor of Cheshunt College. Edited by the Rev. PHILIP SMITH, 8.A., Head Master of Mill-Hill School, and formerly a Colleague of Dr. Harris, in Cheshunt and
30 April 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
ANNIVERSARY MEETINGS BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

ANNIVERSARY MEETINGS BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

MEETING OF MEMBERS. The annual meeting of members was held in the library of the Mission-house in Moorgate-street, on Tuesday last, and was largely attended. Rev. Dr. Acworth., of Bradford, presided. Printed copies of the list of nominations for the committee of the next year, w
30 April 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

TWELVE 0' The Funds yesterday continued dull, though there was no actual change in quotations. They will not, in all probability, experience any recovery to-day, for the market continues considerably depressed. The supply of money for discounting purposes a ppears more liberal.
30 April 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
riDERTHEPATRONAGE OF THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF SHAFTESBURY. A RAGGED-SCHOOL BAZAAR will be held in the Surrey

riDERTHEPATRONAGE OF THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF SHAFTESBURY. A RAGGED-SCHOOL BAZAAR will be held in the Surrey

Chapel School-room, adjoining Surrey Chapel, Blackfriars-road, on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, the 25th, 26th, and 27th of March, 1857, for the erection of additional rooms in Jonston-street, Lambeth, the first Ragged-school opened in London. Admission, One Shilling—Children
12 March 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
CRITIQUES ON TTIE_ PRESENT EDITION.

CRITIQUES ON TTIE_ PRESENT EDITION.

„ ” The etplamations are so clear, and at the same time so concise and simple, that any child who can read tolerably, cannot fail to understand the subject before him."—She.ffiekl "The teacher, or student teaching himself, will really this a useful little volume, not the less so
12 March 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
BANK OF ENGLAND.

BANK OF ENGLAND.

An account, pursuant to the xxxii., for the week ending ISSUE DES' Notes issued .. 24,113,640 £24,113,640 BANKING D 1 Proprietors Capital 14,553,000 Rest .. 3,719,854 Public Deposits (including Exchequer, Savings' Banks, Commissioners of National Debt, and Dividend Ac- count;) .
12 March 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
POTATOES.

POTATOES.

Sou'rliwAnx WATERSIDE, MONDAY, March 9.—During the past week the arrivals coastwise have been larger than any week this season, which, together with the very fine weather, has caused a sudden reaction, and trade is extremely heavy at the following quotations:— York Regents, per
12 March 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
WOOL.

WOOL.

LEEDS (English), March 6.—There has been a moderate business done this week to supply the current wants of manufacturers. Prices . firm, at former quotations. w ‘Uiiis (Foreign), 'March 6.-- I rhe market is better supplied but the demand is not active. In consequence of the adva
12 March 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
P SOAP.

P SOAP.

s. d. s. d. Yellow Soap .. 0 0 to 0 0 Mottled do. .. 0 0 0 0 Curd do. .. 0 0 0 0 Graves, 17s. ; and good Drei average, 35. s. d. s. d. Town Tallow.. ——to 58 9 Melted Stuff.. 42 0 Rough do. .. -- 25 6 s, 7s. per Cwt.: Rough Pat L. per 8 lbs.
12 March 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England
 
DEFECTIVE SIGHT RESTORED.

DEFECTIVE SIGHT RESTORED.

VXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY for the perfect and permanent restoration of defective sight. Just published, price 6d.,1"A CERTAIN MODE OF PRESERV • ING THE SIGHT," and restoring it when weak by means so simple, yet efficacious, that persons who are short-sighted, or whose eyesight has
12 March 1857 - British Banner 1856 - London, London, England