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GERMANY.

GERMANY.

Adcioes from Vienna of the 29th ult. state that M. de la Cour, Minister Plenipotentiary of France, %as received by Cuunt Buol•Schauenetein on Saturday last. Letters from Berlin of the 28th contain assurances of an early termination of the negotiations between M. Brucko and Pomme
February 1, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

The Journal de Constantinople has published a circular by the Bank directors, stating that as the imperial government has resolved upon the liquidation of that establishment, the directors hold office only to regulate the accounts. The value of the bills in circulation, which si
February 1, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF ] BMUS

COURT OF ] BMUS

IN r.-YEBTEIDAL The bankrupt, Jules Artnes, was described as a general merchant, of Mark-lane. This was the aecond meeting under the bankruptcy, the choice of assignees having been adjourned at the first, in consequence of • number of the cmditors residing &breed. Prods were now
February 1, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. GLADSTONE AT OXFORD.

MR. GLADSTONE AT OXFORD.

On Thurstisy some friends of Mr. Gladstone entertained him at luncheon in the hall of Balliol College. His health having been drunk, he made a speech, in tho course of which he said--He would venture to say that, if the House of Commons afforded any criterion of public opinion,
January 29, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
Boots lla. Counsel*,cza Para

Boots lla. Counsel*,cza Para

Boots Para IN al HOLMES, THE WILL-/NOWN SHAWL WAR/- HUI:6=AX UV --JUL/03111NT. This bankrupt applied for his certificate about a month since ; and after • protracted hearing, Mr. Heed (for the aosignec.) opposing, and Mr. Lawrence supporting, his Honour deferred judgment. Mr. Com
January 29, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
INTELLIGIINC.S. SEABORNE MAILS. that the matt: , are Dem true tee Geseral Poet-of by the radht--aatt At by the monene—devateM

INTELLIGIINC.S. SEABORNE MAILS. that the matt: , are Dem true tee Geseral Poet-of by the radht--aatt At by the monene—devateM

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January 4, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CRYSTAL PALACE..-DEPUTATION TO

THE CRYSTAL PALACE..-DEPUTATION TO

THE CRYSTAL PALAC E. .-DEPUTATION TO LORD PALMERSTO . Yeeterda_y a deputation of working men waited spa Lord Palatenton, at his residence in Carlton-gardens, the parpoee of presenting a memorial against the openhalite Crystal Palace on Sunder. - deputation was introduced by Josep
April 26, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
thing to justify this very large outlay in the eyes of the public., fur the report of the sitting of

thing to justify this very large outlay in the eyes of the public., fur the report of the sitting of

the council published in the Mon deur. observes thet the ancients built temples to justice. the moderns built palaces, and a judicial decree has greater authority when pronounced in a magnificent building. This reflection will doubtless reconcile the citizens to an additional ta
April 30, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
THE POLICE COURTS.

THE POLICE COURTS.

WORSHIP-STREET. Juba Judd was charged with an assault of an aggravated description upon a young woman, named Mary Coniston, residing with her mother, in Angel-court, Cripplegate. Mr. D'Eyncourt said that it was clearly a case for the decision of a jury, and ordered the prisoner
April 30, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England