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Thirteen inhabitants of Hereford have subscribed for the presentation of 720 tons of coal for the poor of that city. __ The .y° un - Em * of Shrewsbury has given £15,000 towards the budding of a Roman Catholic cathedral, whieb has been commenced at Shrewsbury. Death of Db. Mill.
December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Commercial, #c.

Commercial, #c.

Manchester, Tuesday. — The market has been moderately brisk during the past week, considering the time of the year. Every description of cloth is very firm, and producers seem in good spirits, anticipating a good trade for the commencement of next year. To-day there was not much
December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Agricultural

Agricultural

SHEFFIELD MARKETS CORN-EXCHANGHI, Tuesday. — This waa a holiday market, and very little grain of any description was on otter. The prices of last week were maintained with great firmness; but we have no quotable alteration to make In any article. It may be mentioned, however, th
December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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?? The Roman Catholic clergy of Dublin have adopted an ad- dress of sympathy ta tbe Archbishop of Freiburg. It is understood that a bill is in preparation for the abolition of the practice of locking up juries without meat, drink, fire, or candles, until tbey come to a verdict. I
December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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. BUNTING APPOINTMENTS. The Badswobxh Hounds. — At Half-past Ten. Saturday Shaftoa Two Gatea | Tharsiay Wentfcridge Inn. Tuesday Hampole fnn. | Saturday South P.iendley. Mr. Lumley's Hounds. — At Half-past Ten. Monday Jockey House. I Thursday Park Lane. ' Tuesday Sandbeck Park.
December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Retrospect of 1853.— We again address ourselves to the annual task of recounting the leading events of a bye-gone year.

Retrospect of 1853.— We again address ourselves to the annual task of recounting the leading events of a bye-gone year.

It is a useful habit for jour- nalists and their readers thus to review what has passed beneath their observation; and extending tiieir usual limited function of commentators on the events of a day to become the historians of a year. When we entered upon 1853, a new ministry had
December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
I The following appeared in our late edition last week.)

I The following appeared in our late edition last week.)

Sale of the Kotherham Baths. — After a chequered existence, these baths have passed into the hands of private enterprise. They were erected about five years ago, at a cost of about £3000. It proved but a ruinous specu- lation to the projectors, and, after yearly becoming more an
December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AGENTS FOR THIS PAft»' London Mr. White, 33, Fleet street. Messrs. Newton and Co., Warwick square. Mr. b. Deacon, 3,

AGENTS FOR THIS PAft»' London Mr. White, 33, Fleet street. Messrs. Newton and Co., Warwick square. Mr. b. Deacon, 3,

Walbrouk. Mr. G. Reynell, Chancery Uiie. Messrs, A. H. Bailv and Co., 3, Cornniii- Mr. Clayton, Strand. „„ „ CM Messrs. W. Dawson and Sons,7, cannon «•■ Rbttord Mr. Metcalfe, Bookseller. . Worksop Mr. Siasons, Bookseller ; and Mrs. l , « rl ' ' ?? Mr. Huvst, Bookseller. Rotherha
December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD. SATURDAY, Dec. 81. 1853

SHEFFIELD. SATURDAY, Dec. 81. 1853

December 31, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Wine Dutiea,

The Wine Dutiea,

A report the Committee for the Reduct ion the Wine Puties has ju*t been by Mr. Oliveira, his return from vlait cf investigation Paris and Bordeaux and the intervening wine districts. describes, as might have been expected, the prevalence a very strong feeling in favour reciproca
December 31, 1853 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England