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LONDON: SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1856. justified in coming to one of two conclusions viz :—first, if the river be not

LONDON: SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1856. justified in coming to one of two conclusions viz :—first, if the river be not

perpetually dredged, it will be speedily choked up, and the whole sewerage scheme will come to nothing, or, second, if a system of dredging be contemplated, the present plan is only one step in an immense and complicated process ' which will cost a world of treasure, and in the
30 August 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

0- Advertisements and Communications to the Editor may be directed to the Pubtrsher, MESSRS. CLAYTON, 265, Strand, to MR. R. J. BLAKE, 27, Frederick Place, Hampstead Road, or to the Office of "THE METROPOLITAN," 3, Edward Street, Hampstead Road. In answer to numerous application
30 August 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
TURNPIKES AND THE TICKET SYSTEM.

TURNPIKES AND THE TICKET SYSTEM.

To the Editor "THE METROPOLITAN." Sin.—ln my last I commented on the report of the Earl of Lonsdale's Committee of 1825, and suggested that Lord Robert Grosvenor's Committee should, when it resumed its sitting, subject the Metropolis Roads' Commission and its officers to a simil
20 September 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES ROAD. To the Editor "TnE METROPOLITAN." Sir,—ln common with all who live here, I rejoice in your

PRINCE OF WALES ROAD. To the Editor "TnE METROPOLITAN." Sir,—ln common with all who live here, I rejoice in your

announcement of last week. There is now an opportunity for the Committee of Works to exert themselves, and get this money in before the end of the month. A little earnestness on their part, is all that is wanted; and an exercise of that power to collect monies, which it appears
20 September 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
fai t ionough to reach up some of those dark dens of inieNty . and - vfEe, where poverty, crime,

fai t ionough to reach up some of those dark dens of inieNty . and - vfEe, where poverty, crime,

and dirt go side by side. He - Must have effective coadjutors in the good work. People may look at his stately grandeur, as he rolls down the refuse of this great city -and its dependencies, day after day, and takes the ships and commerce of the World on his bosom, and wonder .
16 August 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES ROAD. To the Editor of " THE METROPOLITAN."

PRINCE OF WALES ROAD. To the Editor of " THE METROPOLITAN."

PRINCE OF WALES ROAD. To the Editor " METROPOLITAN." Sm.—Your correspondent "X." makes a serious complaint against the Vestry for doing nothing towards the making of this road, which has been so long in a deplorable condition. _ _ _ _ You are aware, Sir, that the Vestry are but a
16 August 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
A GLANCE AT PASSING EVENTS.

A GLANCE AT PASSING EVENTS.

The health of Lord Ebrington, M.P. is reported to be rapidly returning, thanks to the air and waters Of Malvern. The steam ship Tay, reported to have been lost on the Lobos Islands, about 70 miles from Tampico, is safe. Mr. Macgregor, M.P. of the late Royal British Bank, denies
11 October 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
SITE OP OFTICES,

SITE OP OFTICES,

The Committee on the site of offices reported that in pursuance of the resolution of the Board, they had inserted in the public papers advertisements for suitable premises for the offices of the Board. They had had the offer of sites at the corner of Chancery.. lane and Fleet-st
11 October 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
.THE MONARCI:i. lIATIPSTEAD ROAD.

.THE MONARCI:i. lIATIPSTEAD ROAD.

.THE MONARCI : i. lIATIPSTEAD ROAD. Near the Railway Station. 11 7 4 1 11EDERICK SHELLEY, having taken the above Muse, begs to inform his Friends and the Public in general, that he has laid in a very large Stock of Wines and Spirits of the first quality, which will be sold at a m
11 October 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
Flortibition. Prize Medal, Class 27. Sieve, Screen, and Wove-Wire Manufactory. VDWARD WALKER, 6, Carclington Street, Euston A U Station, Wholesale

Flortibition. Prize Medal, Class 27. Sieve, Screen, and Wove-Wire Manufactory. VDWARD WALKER, 6, Carclington Street, Euston A U Station, Wholesale

and Retail Iron, Brass, and Copper Wire Weaver and Sieve Maker. Wove-Wire for Window Blinds.
11 October 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England