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RAILWAY PREFERENCE SHIRES. !Bristol and Exeter, 4 per cent.l Stock - Caledonian £lO.. ...... Chester and Holyhead, Guar. b} per

RAILWAY PREFERENCE SHIRES. !Bristol and Exeter, 4 per cent.l Stock - Caledonian £lO.. ...... Chester and Holyhead, Guar. b} per

cent.. ..... ........ . Cork and Bandon, 5} per cent. 106 - 108 106 - ICS 181 19) : d par lundee, Perth, atieiberdeen IJunction East Anglian (£3 10s ) 6 per 61 -- 61 31 -- 3i 3i -- 4i 11 -- p I k-.- 1i p 14k- 15 18k- 19 3f -- 31 126 -- 128 cent. Do. (a) 7 per cent. Eastern Count
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
MARKETS. t THE CORN TRADE. CORN-EXCHANGE, MARK-LANE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. The supply of English wheat continues very small, and the

MARKETS. t THE CORN TRADE. CORN-EXCHANGE, MARK-LANE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. The supply of English wheat continues very small, and the

foreign arr • vals up to this morning are only 950 quarters. The quantity offering for sale was not by any means large, and the demand having slightly improved, purchase could scarcely be made on so easy terms as on Monday. There are only about five , or six floating cargoes of
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER, SATURDAY, MARcu 26%

MANCHESTER, SATURDAY, MARcu 26%

A slightly improved demand for flour has been experienced daring the week, and prices have assumed more steadiness. Oatmeal has been in moderate request without change in value. The imports into Liverpool, owing,,no doubt, in some measure to the prevalence of contrary winds, are
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
BELFAST.—NAncn 26.

BELFAST.—NAncn 26.

No change whatever is.. to be reported in money transactions. Easter week in the North of Ireland is no criterion of the brown linen trade, because, as the following week is religiously kept as a holiday, every weaver and small manufacturer rushes to turn his work into money. Pe
March 30, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
MIDLAND CIRCUIT.

MIDLAND CIRCUIT.

LINCOLN, March I.—William Musgrove was charged with feloniously shooting at Stephen Hardcastle, at Wilton, on the 2nd of &ugust, and was sentenced to fourteen years' transportation. Eleanor Nixon was indicted for perjury at the County Court of Holbeach, OU the 27th of January, a
March 9, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
14,855

14,855

„ . 8,060 6,271 5,14.3 5,661 6,465 ~. 7,670 ~. 7,341 6,318 8,158 7,998 8,439 7,870 8,069 10,160 11,420 12,501 METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT. Population in 1831 ... 1,515,585 according to the Census. ,f 1841. ... 2,068,107 „ 7, „ 1851 ... 2,399,004, allowing 16 per cent, increase
March 9, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
tAlibt. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

tAlibt. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

A SHIP DESTROYED BY FIRE.--Accounts of the loss by fire of the British Merchant, a ship of 500 tons burden, belonging to the port of Newcastle, Captain Robert Anderson master, laden with a miscellaneous cargo of East India produce from Cochin-China, bound to London, have been re
March 9, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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March 9, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE ALBION.

THE ALBION.

MARKETS OR MANUFACTURES. (From the Manchester Guardian.) MANCHESTER, Tuesday, March I.—The accounts from America have tended to Prolong that languor in our market of which we have latterly had to complain, to increase in some degree the unfavourable bent of prices. If we except
March 9, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
GOLD! GOLD! GOLD! IMPORTANT NEWS. Justarrived from the AUSTRALIAN GOLD DIGGINGS.

GOLD! GOLD! GOLD! IMPORTANT NEWS. Justarrived from the AUSTRALIAN GOLD DIGGINGS.

The old-established firm of EDGINGTON St Co., BEG to inform the public that they have just received from several of their Australian friends asad customers letters with further orders, staling the necessity of the emigrant providing himself with a Tent previous to embarking, and
March 9, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England