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MARKETS,

MARKETS,

THE CORN TRADE. CORN-EXCHANGE, MARK-LANE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 6 . The agricultural markets held yesterday were mostly Is. per quarter for wheat, with no alteration in the value of fine qualities of barley. At Mark-lane this morning there were only moderate fresh arrivals of Fegli
March 23, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
RYSTAL PALACE. —Sunday Opening. The PETITION against the said 'opening, adopted at the Meeting of the Young Men of London,

RYSTAL PALACE. —Sunday Opening. The PETITION against the said 'opening, adopted at the Meeting of the Young Men of London,

on Wednes. day last, at the London Tavern, will remain for SIGNATURE for the'next few days at - Messrs. Rivington's, St. Paul's-churchyard. Messrs. Partridge and Oakey's, Paternoster-row. Mr. Suter's, Cheapside. Mr. Cotes's, 139, Chenpsido. Mr. Blight's, 67, Gracechurch-street.
March 23, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
EGYPT.

EGYPT.

- _ ALEXANDRIA, JAN. 6.—The Pasha's new iron steam-frigate Faid Gehad arrived here last week in 68 hours from Malta, the shortest passage hitherto made from that island being in 80 hours. Tho steamer has been much admired by all who have seen her, but Abbas Pasha's curiosity has
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
at once laying down the rails on the line between Alexandria and Kaffer Lab, on the Nile, so that it

at once laying down the rails on the line between Alexandria and Kaffer Lab, on the Nile, so that it

is expected this portion will be completed before the present year closes. This will be of very great advantage, as all the annoyances and delays arising from the navigation of the Malimoodeeyeh Canal will thus be avoided. Prices of wheat keep up very high, and shipping is in gr
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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EXTENSIVE ROBBERY AT CHELTENIIAM.—A robbery of an extensive character was discovered to have taken place at Cheltenham on Thursday. It appears that Mr. Davison, a jeweller and silversmith, of High-street, Cheltenham, locked up his premises, and left everything safe at night. No
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
of them, we believe, have yet placed a perforated ventilator of this description on the roof, where it might work

of them, we believe, have yet placed a perforated ventilator of this description on the roof, where it might work

favourably, and be sufficiently screened to prevent the ingress of rain. A gentleman from the United States stepped into one of our omnibuses a few evenings since, ignorant of the precautions generallx taken by travellers. He discovered some time afterwards that he had paid £4 1
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
NEW SOUTH WALES.

NEW SOUTH WALES.

Oil, black, 742 tuns; ditto, sperm, 721 tuns; leather, 336 bales; copper, value, £5,293; copper ore, 1,888 tons; gold value, £54; wool, 47,792 bales; tallow, 11,098 casks; hides, 59,545—imported in 41 ships; the average cargo of wool being 1,165 bales; the average number of pass
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.-JAN. 14.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.-JAN. 14.

The trade was moderately brisk to-day for most descriptions of meat, and the supply of beef being. short, an advance of 2d. per stone of 8 lb. was realised for the superior and middling qualities. Mutton sold very firmly at the late advance, the price for South Downs being still
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
SPECIFICATIONS OF INTENTIONS ENROLLED.

SPECIFICATIONS OF INTENTIONS ENROLLED.

Thomas Bazley, of Manchester, cotton-spinner, for improvements in machines for combing cotton, flax, silk, and other fibrous materials. Patent dated June 24,1852. In Mr. Barley's improved combing machine the silver of fibrous materials is fed to the combing dram between gill-com
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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George Gwynde, Hyde-park-square, and George Ferguson Wilson, Belmont, Vauxhall. Improvements in treating fatty and oily matters. William Roper, 33, Hall-street, City-road. Improver ments in shaping and ornamenting sheet metal. Jean Louis David, Paris. Improvements in the manufac
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England