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HOUSE,

HOUSE,

Public support is earnesily . ;e — q . uested in carrying out a scheme of Co-operation which must by its wealth-creating power expose the fabacy of that system of business which sinks the employed to relieve the selfish employer, as quoted by our great political writers, DOCTORS
January 19, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
Beaumont Hankey David C. Guthrie T. Hicks Layton, Hulbert & Co. Wm. H. Challis Geo. Greenwood T. J. Barnes Thomas

Beaumont Hankey David C. Guthrie T. Hicks Layton, Hulbert & Co. Wm. H. Challis Geo. Greenwood T. J. Barnes Thomas

Lyon John Whitaker John B. Elm John Elin John Nesmyth Theodore Lloyd Theodore Lloyd, jun. William Ward Andrew Baden, jun. Stephen B. Child George Squires Samuel Blickly Wm. George Legge Henry S. Eizer James Lane James Bruce J. F. Wilkinson A. F. Bruce Robert Baxter Sigismond Sti
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
Henry Oliver Thomas Scruton John Nassau Clark Henry White Francis Hicks Charles Teede W. Stovell W. Halls John Ansted James

Henry Oliver Thomas Scruton John Nassau Clark Henry White Francis Hicks Charles Teede W. Stovell W. Halls John Ansted James

Stuart Thomas Barrett George Baker J..R. Reap. Samuel Gifford Alfred Mellersh Wm. Henry Walesin Houston Kidd Thomas Howell John Reay 7Ohn Arnold George Reay Richard Tumor Nath. Clode W. C. Spencer Clay D. MNeil Alfred Skeen M. Clayton IL L. Scott R. Cooper Chappell Jas. Williams
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
LONDON INSTITUTION.

LONDON INSTITUTION.

Oct Monday Mr. Charles V. Walker, engineer and superintendent of telegraphs to the South-Eastern Railway Company (the able translator of "De La Rine's Tte4tise on Electricity," just published), gave the first of three lectures on electric telegraphs -and -electric clocks, which
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
railways for the past week :

railways for the past week :

72i 37i 32 84i 1894 721 37i 32 841 189 f 99 716 4,056 8,767 3,170 166 154
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
5 St.

5 St.

March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
GLOUCESTER, SATURDAY, MARDI' 26.

GLOUCESTER, SATURDAY, MARDI' 26.

GLOUCESTER, SATURDAY, 26. We have been rather freely supplied with fresh arrivals of foreign wheat this week, the imports having been three vessels from Odessa, one from Constantinople, one from Galatz, and one from Ibrail, besides barley from Nantes and Marans. The attendance at
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
,dg‘.

,dg‘.

HEALTH FOR A SHILLING. lIOLLOWAY'S PILLS.—A Dangerous Liver Complaint and Spasms in the Stomach, t ff ectually cured. Copy of a letter from Mr. Bostock, , r uggist, of Ashton-under•Lyne, dated July 31, 1852. .6 Professor Hou.owsT, Sra,—l have much pleasure in handing to you a st
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
DIRECTORS.

DIRECTORS.

Sir THOMAS HOWLAND ROBERTS, Bart., 11, Inver. ness-terrace Bayswater Chairman _ . P. EDWARD BARNES, Eq., 5, New-square, Lincoln'sinn, Deputy Chairman William G. Cole, Esq., Pembury Villas, Hackney R. T. Webb, Esq., 30, Minories Richard Merchant Hackett, Esq., 11, Jewry-street I.
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
the independence of Turkey, and said that such a contingency as her dismemberment would produce a general war in Europe.

the independence of Turkey, and said that such a contingency as her dismemberment would produce a general war in Europe.

After entering into the history of the Montenegrin war, he said that, in answer to representations made to the Austrian Government, assurances had been given that the latter held the same views as our own Government on the subject, and though he could not state the precise terms
March 9, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England