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THE INDIAN MUTINIES RELIEF…

. THE INDIAN MUTINY.

« HIGHWAYS AND BYEWAYS."

MR. JOHN FROST AND HIS CHAIRMAN.

. PUBLIC-HOUSES AND THE SABBATH.

OBSTRUCTION OF THE PUBLIC…

REFORMATORY TREATMENT OF JUVENILE…

BANKRUPTS.

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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. BANKRUPTS. FRIDAY.—D. Nazer, Dover, hatter.—I. Roberson, Upper Sydenham Kent, bootmaker. — T. J. Dore, Stour Provost, Dorsetshire, innkeeper. M. Moss, Borough-market, fruiterer.—W. Savage, Winchester, Berlin wool dealer.-J. Wooliscreft, Leek, Stafford- shire, corn denier.—R. S. Lambert, Bristol, dealer in manure.—E. Davies, Swansea, linendraper.-W. Rees, Glastonbury, Somersetshire, bookseller. T. Wright, Wainfleet, Lincolnshire, wine merchant—T. Garniss, Great Grimsby, tailor. TuESDAY.-J. F. Hookham. Eyre-street-iiitl, Leather- lane, Holborn, licensed victuaDer.-R. Batley, Gifford- street, Caledonian-road, timber merchant and coal dealer.- W. Freeman, Fleet-street. bookseller, — E. Passmore. King-street, West Smithfield, licensed vic- tualler.-F. R. P. Böõke, Newman-street, Oxford-street, jitoldsmith. J. Harrison, Epsom, corn chandler.-C. Hall, Alberraarle-street, Piccadilly, poulterer.—J. Hall, Dudley, and Oldswinford, Worcestershire, mill maker. -W.GIovert Liverpool, innkeeper.-B. W. Gabriel, Stookport, cotton spinner. Sir R. W. Carden has been elected Lord Mayor of London for the ensuing year; He was opposed, but gained the majority.

INQUEST ON THE BODY OF MR.…

TOWN HALL, NEWPORT.—SATURDAY.

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