22 MARCH 1957, Page 18

MIR Op ectator

MARCH 24, 1832 The street-keepers are about to be extinguished in their last stronghold—the City. They are to be superseded by a new police, which is to patrol the streets by day only, and to be paid and regulated on the model of the county police. A hundred men have been chosen, and measured for their suits of blue.