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December 29, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
LONDON DOCKS.

LONDON DOCKS.

THE Court of Directors of the London Dock Company hereby give notice, that a HALFYEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the Proprietors will be held at this House, On TUESDAY THE 4TII OF JANUAB,Y NEXT, AT ONE o'CLocK, for the purpose of declaring a Dividend on the Company's Stock for the Hal
December 29, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24.

Sir It. VYVYAN took the oaths and his seat. On the motion of Mr. DUNCOMBE, there was ordered a "return to an order of the hon. the House of Commons, dated June 22, 1852, for a copy of all communications made by the architect and officers of the British Museum to the trustees res
December 1, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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December 1, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
PREFERENCE SHARES.

PREFERENCE SHARES.

Bristol and Exeter, 4 per cent Stock Caledonian £lO. Chester and Holyhead, Guar. per cent.. ..... ...... Cork and Bandon, 5i per cent. Dundee, Perth, and Aberdeen Junction East Anglian (a 10s.) 6 per cent. Do. (£5) 7 per cent.. Eastern Counties Extension, 5 per cent. No. 1. Do.
December 1, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
BELFAST—Nov. 27.

BELFAST—Nov. 27.

In the money and share markets during the week there is no change of the minutest consequence to note. Money keeps easy, and can be still had on good paper at good terms; in fact, people are more looking-out for "paying" investments than anything else. _ Eleven foreign vessels c
December 1, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE ALBION

THE ALBION

of the principles on which this Journal will be conducted , d the reasons which h a v e i n d uc ed u s to advocate them, may not be 'teemed unnecessary in this place. It is commenced at a remarkable ~e ri ocl, immediately after the meeting of a new Parliament, from which three
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE 'FUNERAL OF THE LATE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

THE 'FUNERAL OF THE LATE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

'FUNERAL OF THE LATE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. The DERBY then rose, and, in a voice which was occasionally broken by emotion, spoke as follows : My lords, I wish by moving the adjournment of the House to put myself strictly in order in addressing a few observations to your lordships on
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
he past week :

he past week :

November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE MURDER OF A MAN AND HIS WIFE NEAR STAFFORD.

THE MURDER OF A MAN AND HIS WIFE NEAR STAFFORD.

STAFFORD, TUESDAY EVENING.—Henry Blackburn, Edward Welch, Charles MOOT, and Peter Kerevan, are charged with murdering John and Jane Blackburn, at the Ashflats, neax this town. The prisoner, Henry Blackburn, was the son of the murdered couple; the other three prisoners are Irishm
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England