Nonconformist, February 17, 1858


February 17, 1858

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Issue date: Wednesday, February 17, 1858

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1841 - 1879

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Nonconformist (Newspaper) - February 17, 1858, London, Middlesex THE DISSIDENCE OF DISSENT AND THE PROTESTANTISM OF THE PROTESTANT LONDON H AVELOCK MEMORIAL His Royal Highness the DUKE of The Right the EARL of The Right the EARL of Right FieldMarshal the EARL of The Right the LORD JOHN FieldMarshal VISCOUNT The Right General LORD GEORGE The Right and Right the LORD BISHOP of The Right the LORD The Right VERNON President the India i The Committee have great pleasure in announcing thai Her Majestys with the express sanction and approval of Her have granted the site in TRAFALGAR SQUARE for the erection of the STATUE to SIR HENRY SUBSCRIPTIONS received at the Bank of England by Charingcross and Lombardstreet and Jamessstreet Hoare and Fleetstreet and Birohinlane Cox and Charingcross Ransom and Fallmall East Coutts and Strand and at the Committee Pallmall All Postoffice Orders must be made payable to the Cashiers of the Bank of England and no individuals are authorised to solicit or receive COMMITTEE PALLMALL UNG MENS CHRISTIAN THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING wUl be held in EXETER on TUESDAY EVEN February The Right the EARL of SHAFTESBURY will The Right the Lord Bishop of Ripon if in Francis President of the Wesleyan Conference Samuel of Westminster In cumbent of Chelsea William of Bloomsbury and Thomas Henry will address the The Doors will be opened at and the Meeting will commence at Halfpast Seven Tickets may be had of Nisbet and Berners Oxfordstreet and Holies Cavendishsquare Cockspurstreet Knightsbridge Cotes Cheapside Hall and Camdeu New Town Islington Pewtress and Newington Causeway and at the Offices of the Aldersgate WILLIAM EDWIN IONDON MISSIONARY 1 A SPECIAL MEETING of the Members and Friends of the above Society will be held at EXETER on the 18th for the purpose of extending ta operations in British The Chair will be taken at by the Bight the Earl of Tickets may be obtained at the Mission ARTHUR SeoretarieB EBENEZER f Heoretaries Mission DEVONSHIRESQUARE BISHOPSG The HINTONS Seventh LECTURE on RE The Instrumental Cause of Re SUNDAY February at Half past rilHE ARTHUR MURSELL will X LECTURE in EXETER HALL TOMOIIROW Thursday Feb Subject JOHN Chair to be taken at Eight oclock by Reserved Tickets may be had of Strand F Paternosterrow and Partridge and The proceeds to be applied to Reduction of the Debt on Mursells iniNSBURY HENRY of having been elected to the Pulpit of this will deliver the following Course of Lectures on RELIGIOUS commencing SUNDAY February Worship of Pantheism the Worship of Worship of Atheism tho Worship of the Worship Worship of Worship of Mys Service will Revolutionism of Ceremonialism the Worship of Worship of Worship of The Glory and the Weakness of Dogmatic The Church One and commence on each occasion at a Quarterpast Eleven ORPHAN WORKING Under the immediate Patronage of HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE Instituted May For Children of both of all and from every part of the The CENTENARY FESTIVAL of this Charity will take place at the LONDON on February The Right LORD JOHN will FIRST LIST OF MajorGeneral Sir Fenwiok Sir Edward North Sir Samuel Morton Sir James Sir James THE ASYLUM for and Essex for the Care and Education of the especially in the earlier periods of His Grace the Duke of WELLINGTON has appointed WED March for the ANNIVERSARY DINNER of this at the LONDON BISHOPSGATE JOHN Gratuitous ANDREW The is open from Ten to Five where forma of application and all noudful information may be London JointStock John Bartlett James Peter James Elias Jeremiah Joseph Charles Daniel William John Samuel Benjamin James John Thomas William Henry Joseph Josias Thomas Joseph James Silas Hull Escr George Charles Edgar Edmond Jn a BRITISH SCHOOL MASTER he must be And a member of a Christian Apply to near A a CERTIFICATED FEMALE TEACHER for an INFANT SCHOOL It it Country Religions dehomiimtion not Salary stating to he addroned for rfh INDE JL PENDENT CHAPEL in the of a Pre to Lead the Singing on the Lords and on Thursday Salary per Apply by letter stating to Rook YOUNG LADY wishes to enter a pious to EDUCATE one or two LITTLE Her qualifications are French Drawing in various and A moderate salary a LADY qualified to Impart thorough ENGLISH INSTRUCTION to thq Junior Classes in a Gentlemens No re Must undertake a share of playgrouud and other Age and salary to be in a respectable DRAPERY CONCERN an experienced FEMALE a a leading COUNTER who nndenttMsthe Mantle and also sufficient A Dissenter number of years and to rriO A a YOUNG for a respectable in Town one who has been accustomed to Call on Families to solicit Orders Good Apply to John Valuer of Drapers Pater TO in a Dis senters a good MILLINERY one accus tomed to a genteel class of stilting and to T10 PARENTS and in a Dissenters Y6UNG LADY as APPRENTICE to the MILLINERY and DRAPERY BUSI For particulars apply to Tickets for the One Guinea may be obtained of the Stewards at the London Tavern and of the JOSEPH o THE ASYLUM for and Essex for the Care and Education of the especially in the earlier periods of The NEXT SPRING ELECTION and ANNUAL MEETING of this Charity will occur on the 29th of at the LONDON The Board have resolved to take Twentyfive Cages on this They have great pleasure in making this declaration and it is their hope and intention not to return to a less num provided the public will sustain them in the Ap plications for the next Election should be made London JointStock The Board request a perusal of the last which may be had ou application at the Poultry RPHAN WORKING TWENTYFIVE ORPHANS will bo admitted at tho Election in Forms of application may bo obtained at tho with lists of the All applications must be in hand before the 1st of Contributions are earnestly solicited for tho general purposes of the aa well as for the Centenary the object of which is so to enlarge the present Building as to adapt it for 400 instead of 240 JOSEPH TO GROCERS in a Dissenters a YOUNG MAN acquainted with the GROCERY of good personal writing a good and fully competent to take the entire Management of tho Books of a large Grocery stating and to a SITUATION as by a respectable YOUNG aged Twentyone good Apply to care of iii a Dissenting a YOUNG PERSON of religious principles and superior a thorough including Plain She will be required to assist in post stating wages and Ml par a YOUNG who can DRESS a FANCY WINDOW a YOUNG LADY who understands the MILLINERY and can Senre Hall and rpo MASTER SENIOR L PARTNER of an oldestablished Westend with a moderate but highlyrespectable who it willing to Withdraw from the Concern for a suitable wishes to moot with a Person of decided Christian having also a Business and Capital of his to UNITE with tho SON of the SECEDING The Premises are well situate and very Satisfactory references given and with real to Regent by a an ENGAGEMENT as or as COMPANION to an IN She is well qualified for either position by long ex in a member of a Christian and can give tho Stoke Newiugton CONGREGATIONAL An INDEPENDENT holding moderate Calvinistic 01 acceptable preaching and consider able is OPEN to an ENGAGEMENT with a CHURCH requiring MINISTERIAL especially Pastoral Visitation aud OpenAir T 0 MASTER YOUNG Thirty years of wishes for a SITUATION as FORE MAN and Ho him a good practical knowledge of both Cutting and and cuu have firstclass refe IIackney TO A TO TEA DEALERS and GR an OB FIRST COU A young man of decided religious prefei Humuel South Ock Ease VACANCY for a reHpectable welleduoated PRENTICE to the GENERAL I an Al and PROVISION ;