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THE DOWNHILL OF LIFE.

THE DOWNHILL OF LIFE.

The last number of Frazer's Magazine contains a most interesting paper "Concerning Growing Old." The author points out very clearly the numerous phases of "growing old." and how differently various people pursue their way down the hill of life : It seems to be ,a difficult thing
16 June 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
LIFE, DEAR LIFE!

LIFE, DEAR LIFE!

The Rev. Dr. Parker once received a most interesting account from a mate, who went with a boat and four of the ship's crew to rescue the poor fellow mentioned in the following narrative. The whole incident may be found in the interesting book by Dr. Parker, entitled "Invitations
16 June 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
A DREAM OF DAYS DEPARTED.

A DREAM OF DAYS DEPARTED.

There it stood—the self-same village —even as in hours of old. When the stately sun descending dipt the dazzling panes in gold; And methought for many an hour, yea many a peaceful day and 'night, All that space of earth was steeped in one delicious faery light. And I marvelled n
16 June 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
HANDSOME RECOGNITION OF PAS- TORAL SERVICES.

HANDSOME RECOGNITION OF PAS- TORAL SERVICES.

THE Rev. Mortimer Lloyd Jones, 8.A., who has for four years held the office of Curate at St. Luke's Church, Chelsea, and in that capacity earned universal esteem and affection, has accepted an appointment at Walthamstow, and therefore resigned his Curacy. As soon as ''the rev, g
07 July 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS IN 1803 AND 1860.

THE PRESS IN 1803 AND 1860.

Nothing is more remarkable within the past half century than the progress of the Press—indeed, the Press has in most cases acted as the pioneer of progress in other matters, for the inventions, improvements, and innovations of modern times would frequently have remained hidden i
07 July 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
THE WEST LONDON TIMES.

THE WEST LONDON TIMES.

necessity for standing has disappeared at the Victoria Press, by the introduction of certain high three-legged stools on which the compositor sits and works as fast as she can when standing—and these said stools are not unknown in men's offices. The movingof heavy weightshas not
07 July 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
TO ADVERTISERS.

TO ADVERTISERS.

TUE WEST LONDON TIMES is circulated throughout the whole of the Western Districts of the Metropolis. As it contains, in addition to talented Literary Articles, all the General and Local News of the Week, it is read by the most influential classes of London; and Advertisements in
11 August 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
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- . _ - _ - - - _ 11 *--; On pAon eartsFotzit _ . (We deem it right to state tlist,we tio not at allidentify ourselves with our corresp nt's opiMons.l . , o_ The position of the ernment has been a fruit. topic of conversation during the past few days. The repeal of the Customs du
11 August 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
THE VOLUNTEER REVIEW AT EDINBURGH.

THE VOLUNTEER REVIEW AT EDINBURGH.

Her Majesty on Tuesday reviewed the Volunteers of Scotland in Holyrood Park, Edinburgh, to the number of 20,000 men, and the review passed off with the greatest success. The weather was favourable, and, excepting immense clouds - of dust that swept over the review ground, there
11 August 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
Chelsea Board of Guardians.

Chelsea Board of Guardians.

THE members present were: Messrs. Walker (chairman), Perry, Harrison, Osborn, Symons, Shelton, Collier, Thirst, Richards, Archbutt, Sansum, and Birch. After some routine business, A letter was read, addressed to the chairman from a pauper in the house named Jones, who evidently,
11 August 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England