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FOREIGV,

FOREIGV,

Dutch Rhenish.. Maria Antonia Northern of France Paris and Orleans. Paris and Strasbourgh . Paris and Rouen Rouen and Havre. Western of France.
December 8, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.

Dec. 3.—The trade to-day was slow for every des..ription of meat, but prices varied very little from those of Monday last. There was a good average supply, but, in consequence of the demand being so slack, many head of cattle remained unsold when the market closed, South Down mu
December 8, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
CONTENTS. The Budget .. .. .. 49 TRADE AND COMMERCE: The Income Tax and Ireland .. 50 Bank of England

CONTENTS. The Budget .. .. .. 49 TRADE AND COMMERCE: The Income Tax and Ireland .. 50 Bank of England

.. .. .. 68 The lonian Islands and the Colonial Railway Share List . • • • 68 Government , — .. .. .. 50 Railway Traffic Returns .. 68 'Commercial Article .. _ .. 52 Insurance Companies .. .. 68 IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT : Preference Shares .. 69 House of Lords .. .. .. 53 Foreign Sto
December 8, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
MARSHALL dr. EDRIDGE'S LINE OF AUSTRALIA PACKET SHIPS. THE following First.class Ships, t'rl'X. noted for their fast-sailing qualities, and having

MARSHALL dr. EDRIDGE'S LINE OF AUSTRALIA PACKET SHIPS. THE following First.class Ships, t'rl'X. noted for their fast-sailing qualities, and having

most superior accommodations for passengers, will sail punctually on their appointed days. Load in the Loudon Docks.
December 8, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
CONDITION OF THE UNIrED STATES.

CONDITION OF THE UNIrED STATES.

The President of the United States furnishes at the commencement of each session of Congress an expose' of the state of the country, which, although tedious sometimes, contains .generally valuable extracts, in every way worthy of preservation. The last - message . is interesting
December 29, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE FRONTIER AND THE INDIANS.

THE FRONTIER AND THE INDIANS.

"Every effort has been made to protect our frontier, and that of the adjoining Mexican States, from the incursions of the Indian tribes. Of about 11,000 men of which the army is composed, nearly 8,000 are employed in the defence of the newly-acquired territory (including Texas),
December 29, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.-FRIDAY, DEC. 24.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.-FRIDAY, DEC. 24.

We lower our quotations for new wheat ls. per quarter, and the demand is limited. Old is held firmly at last week's prices, with a moderate inquiry. Barley slow of sale, except for the finest qualities, without alteration in value. In beans, oats, and shelling we have no materia
December 29, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
Colonel SIBTIVRP avowed himself still a Protectionist, adding

Colonel SIBTIVRP avowed himself still a Protectionist, adding

I am ready to vote for any proposition for the reimposition of a duty on foreign corn (cheers and laughter), and to put a duty on all foreign articles imported into this country which interfere with the industry of the people. As to the resolution just now before us, I can only
December 1, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN TRADES' UNION.

METROPOLITAN TRADES' UNION.

The following is a copy of the resolutions adopted by the Metropolitan Trades' Union, a few days since, and read by Mr. Ball, M.P. for Cambridgeshire, in the House of Commons, on Thursday night last : "PROCLAMATION OF WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. "Free-trade v. Protection.
December 1, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE. THE PEOPLE'S PALACE AND THE RELIGIOUS WORLD.*

LITERATURE. THE PEOPLE'S PALACE AND THE RELIGIOUS WORLD.*

policy or propriety of opening the new Crystal Palace during part or the whole of the Sabbath day has excited a more intense agitation than even a similar question regarding the Post-Office some years since. The Crystal Palace belongs to a joint-stock company of private individu
December 1, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England