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CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

Page Pve ciples of the Atanox . .. .. .. 1 Observance or the late Duke of WeMing- Politics of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" .. 4 ton's Funeral in the Provinces .. .. 16 The of Trad P,oreign Intelligence .. .. .. .. .. 5 Shipping Intelligence .. .. .. .. .. 17 6 TRADE AND COMMERCE ' krOMES
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
VORtIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

VORtIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.

The vote for or against the election of the Prince President to the imperial dignity, was taken on Sunday and ilonday. The result from the number of electors inscribed 315,501, is, that 208,615 persons have Toted in the affirmative, and 53,617 in the negative; in all 270,710 vot
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE INUNDATIONS,

THE INUNDATIONS,

SHROPSIIIRE.—After having been submerged for an entire week, a large proportion of the 550 houses of Shrewsbury, inundated by the Severn, liqd, on Saturday, obtained relief. At present the river appears to be neither rising nor falling. At Iron Bridge,Bewdley, and Bridgnorth hav
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
DECLARATIONS OF DIVIDENDS.

DECLARATIONS OF DIVIDENDS.

A. Clark, Southwark, plumber—second div. of 3s. and 4s. 81. in the pound, on nesvt, proofs, Saturday, Nov. 20, and three subsequent Saturdays, at the office of Mr. Edward' Sambrook-courr. E. MorganTiortman-matket, licensed victualler—first div. of Is. 8d in the pound , Saturday,
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
ONE TIIOUSAND POUNDS AND DAMAGES!

ONE TIIOUSAND POUNDS AND DAMAGES!

THE Advertisers have obtained a Writ in Chancery in causa v. Mit , s, whereby , they can hereafter proceed against any party who shall attempt to sell any Starch in imitation of the GLENFIELD DOUBLE REFINED POWDER STARCH. It may be considered a tl Unite to the unrivalled merits
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
W. S. LINDSAY AND CO.'S LINE OF PACKETS TO PORT PHILIP. THE FOLLOWING MAGNIFICENT PASSENGER SHIPS will sail Positively as

W. S. LINDSAY AND CO.'S LINE OF PACKETS TO PORT PHILIP. THE FOLLOWING MAGNIFICENT PASSENGER SHIPS will sail Positively as

under (to load in the East India Docks) : W. $. LINDSAY (iron), 931 tons register, 1,150 burden, CAPTAIN GEOICGE Wes - ratty, U.N., Commander, now lying the East India Docks, to sail Ist Decembe r , a n d t o ca ll it Dartmouth. JAMES L. BOGART, 1 , 550 tons re g i s t er , 1,90
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Accounts from Madrid are to the 16th inst. The Gazelle publishes two Royal decrees, stating that the. Queen. hact'aceepted the resignations.of M. Melchor Ordnnez,..3linister of the Interior, and, M. Miguel de Ray-00so, Minister. of. Public Works-; and appointing M. Cristobal,Bor
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
• RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURN The following are the receipts of railways for

• RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURN The following are the receipts of railways for

Aberdeen Belfast and Msllynn na Birkenhead, Lancashire, and Cheshire June Blackburn . . . Bristol and Exeter Caledonian Chester and Ho!yltead.. Cork and Bandon. Cork. Blackro,k, and Passage. Dublin and Bell St. to Nov. 17 . Dublin and I trwheda, lo Nov. 18 • Dublin and .Kingstow
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

WINDSOR, November 23. His Royal Highness Prince Albert, accompanied by the Due de Brabant, the Comte de Flandres, the Duke of Cambridge, the Prince Leiningen, went out shooting this morning, attended by Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. A. Gordon and Lord William Paulet. The Queen dro
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England
 
MILFORD lIA.VEN.

MILFORD lIA.VEN.

When railroads and other improvements are about to be introduced into the county of Pembroke, particularly the , vicinity of Milford Haven, the following extracts from the 2nd vol. of an excellent work on the "General View of the Agriculture and Domestic Economy of South Wales,"
November 24, 1852 - Albion - London, London, England