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FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

Th2 PROVINCIAL EXHIBITTONS. We have before mentioned the bestowal of the annual prize of the Liverpool Fine Arts Acadetry upon Mr. W. Holman Hunt's picture of "Claudio and Isabella." The same spirit which reigns at Liverpool appears to influence Birmingham ; the directors of the
November 16, 1853 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PUBLIC MEETING AT DONCASTER TO SUPPRESS THE RACES.

PUBLIC MEETING AT DONCASTER TO SUPPRESS THE RACES.

DONCASTER, Wednesday. Last night a " monster" mecting of the inhabitants of this v town was held in the Guildhall for the purpose, according to the intention of the promoters, of hearing addresses delivered in depreciation of the evils attendant upon races in general, n and the
September 11, 1850 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH BETWEEN CALAIS AND DOVER.

THE SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH BETWEEN CALAIS AND DOVER.

CALAIS AND VOVEIC. l DovEr., Wednesday. The wire so successfully submnerged last week has been cut h asunder among the rocks at Cape Grisnez, where the physical hi configuration of the French coast has been found unfavour- l able for it as a place of holdfast or fixture. All com
September 11, 1850 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SERIOUS FIRE AT A RAILWAY STATION.

SERIOUS FIRE AT A RAILWAY STATION.

NONTTIIANm. Fridav. i // v- sPX- - ?? -- t tl NOTTINOIAmi, Friday. i This morning, about half past II o'clock, the porters and af draymen at work in the goods-yaid at the Midlad R yailwy station, in this town, were suddenly astonished by observing of flames issuing from a number
September 11, 1850 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

the House of Commons last week, the Parliamentary business was commenced by Mr. Disraxli beseeching the Members to pass resolution, or rather series of resolution?, afflrmatory of the position that the substitution of direct, for indirect taxation, has caused an important change
July 9, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

The Mayoralty or Dublin.—The Corporation of Dublin has resolved to raise the salary of the present and all future Lord Mayors from 1,000). to 2,500 L The Census.—The results of the Census are fully as disastrous as was anticipated. It shows a decrease within the last ten years o
July 9, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BIRTH. On Tuesday, July lit, at Brocton Hall, Staffordshire, lady of Major Chetsrynd, late the lit Lifc Guards, of •on.

BIRTH. On Tuesday, July lit, at Brocton Hall, Staffordshire, lady of Major Chetsrynd, late the lit Lifc Guards, of •on.

At Hama, on the 3rd instant the Hon. Mr*. Adderley, a daughter. On Sunday, the 6th, at the Rectory, Aston-upoo-Treat, Derbyshire, the wife of the Rrr. F. A. Weekea, of a MO. On the 30th alt, at Chesterfield, Mrs. Blandy, the with the Rer. W. Blandy, of a son. On the 7th inst, at
July 9, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE SONG OF JUNE.

THE SONG OF JUNE.

THIE SONG OF JUNE, rVY ' 1ZA COOL. P Oh, eome withm Ie, whoever yebe el G-oolse ootm the palace, ild come from the rot; The st roig and the lhole-the poor and the pale- Ah, sad is tie spirit that follows ise not old Deceinl.)r lighted his pyre, And beckoned ye in to the altar bla
June 29, 1853 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A LADY'S ASCENT OF MOST BLANC.

A LADY'S ASCENT OF MOST BLANC.

A LADY'S ASCENT MOST BLANC. letter dated Chamouni, Aug. 25, and signed “Tourist/ says.— t It may interesting to learn that the ascent of Mon Blanc has just been accomplished by an English lady. arriving here from Genoa on Thursday evening, I found the whole village in a Mate of c
September 13, 1854 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England