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From TUESDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE, Dec. 27.

From TUESDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE, Dec. 27.

BANKRUPTS. William Bower, Pickering, Yorkshire, tailor. Jamea Smith, Brighton, King street, Snowhill, stationer. John Dent, Queens-road, Homertou, builder. 'I Henry Dawber, Lincoln, butcher. Duncan Jenkins, Mile-endroad, licensed victualler. Thomas Wilkinson, Openshaw, Lancashir
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Mortality Among the Aristocracy.-Since last Christinas DC Beaufort ; uu —Huntley; len champ, Dartmou .ford, wick, ; three . nd

Mortality Among the Aristocracy.-Since last Christinas DC Beaufort ; uu —Huntley; len champ, Dartmou .ford, wick, ; three . nd

; and two I -the Earl Oxford, trad IfelbOanU become vacancies hnve r-., the ii srquis ■'. Res Earldom Irm, and Brooke, i Warwick. Two meroV | MV si - the the death.- mid and lyretjnnrll, and Rolls, have [j this period, but (bey 111 rl„. re woe decided proof public ihe auxb." by
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS. Thomas Eastgate, boot and shoe salesman, London, John Davis and Solomon Davis, clothiers, London. Benjamin Vincent, boot and shoe maker, Carlisle. William Cobb, builder, Maidstone. William Leah, wine merchant, New Windsor. Thos. Wm. Thame, ironmonger, Greenock. DavidP
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. | Beans. Peas, s. d. 8. d. s. d. 8. d. Is. d. s. d. Nov 19.... 7 9 0 55.... 72 9 42 3 20 0 43 11 6 7 Dec .... 3.... 70 2 41 9 26 0 43 7 60 11 54 9 10.... 71 11 39 9 4 43 3 50 51 5 17.... 9 38 9 24 11 7 48 10 51 10 24.... 70 0 87 25 0 44 4 46 10 49 6 Agg
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Our Wedding Day.—Full directions for the proper management of the wedding day, including marriage by licence, by banns, by registration;

Our Wedding Day.—Full directions for the proper management of the wedding day, including marriage by licence, by banns, by registration;

dissenter, catholic, quaker, and Gretna Green marriages; the expenses, &c. The bridal costume, order of going to church and of returning home, who should propose the health of the wedded pair, wedding etiquette, receipts for wedding cakes, &c, &c, and other useful domestic infor
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 

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CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

York Calf and Sheep Market, December 30.—We had only two or three sheep, and not any calves. The sheep were sold at from 6{d 7d per lb. York Fortnight Cattle Market, December 29.—This being Christmas time, and a rather severe storm, we had only small supply of all sorts of stock
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, FRIDAY. [YESTERDAY]

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, FRIDAY. [YESTERDAY]

Oar arrivals continue small. New wheat held at extreme rates, and anything of fair quality is Is per qr. dearer. Old in less request, yet full prices demanded, and partially , obtained. Barley Is. per qr. higher. Oats tend upwards. Beans as before. alteration in other articles.
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO OUR READERS

TO OUR READERS

m)t ©alette* SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1853 On the eve of a New Year, will probably and not unreasonably be expected that we should more directly address ourselves to our numerous patrons, thanking them for favours already received, and tendering to them our assurance that we shall
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CLOSING YEAR.

THE CLOSING YEAR.

As we write, the year 1853 steals silently from us, and almost before our readers will have had an opportunity of perusing our pages, it will have passed from the stage, carrying with it to the sepulchre of by-gone events its heavy burden. The out-goings of years arc silent and
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MINISTRY.

THE MINISTRY.

Lord has resumed his duties as Home Secretary, and remains the Cabinet. Such was the rumour first promulgated by the Morning Herald of Friday, and subsequently confirmed by the Ministerial Journal, the Times, which has suddenly discovered that all its former vituperation of Lord
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England