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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

- PARLIAMENTARY INTRILLIGENCE. HOUSE OF!'LOBDiSiT1A~VtDAY, May 12. The presentation of petitions led to various ?? was ordered to be reported to the Commonm s that the.house had not thbought it expedient to address the crown:'for an ?? quiry into corrupt practices at the late ele
May 14, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
VOTE BY BALLOT.

VOTE BY BALLOT.

SATURDAY, MAr 14, 1853. t 9 . : I I ?? 1. ,~ ON x resday night the House of Commons had-before it cm- auot unimportant subject-a bill for the visitation of i convents and similar establishments-which was debhted until so late an hour that Mr. Henry Berkeley deemed it echprudent
May 14, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

TIt ivt r . Lorenazo Benosci, or' Passages in thce Life of an Italian. .Edited by a Friend,-.Thoma5 Constable & Co., Eldinbur'gh. We can speak in !high terms of the interesting nature of this Volume. It presents the reader with the autobiography of a young Italian, a native of Ge
May 14, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

in ?? SATURDAY, Mays 7. IlMagistrates present: The Mayor, and Messrs., Hughes & Castle. i An Irish lad, named Thomas White, was remanded 'on a el bcarge ofaetealing a watch, the propery of asailoron board the ?? Tlomae Smith for bagging at the Cross Keys tavern, and as- par- sau
May 14, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
COMMERCE AND MANUFACTURES.

COMMERCE AND MANUFACTURES.

F COMMERCE AND MANUFACTURBES COLONIAL XIAIKET TS. 0s. (From lhe London .Zew Price Carrent, Twesday.) -.suaArc.-The market continues good, w"ith a fair export demanld.' 3Reined has been taken by homedealersat previous ratee. 2 COFFrEE.-In Native Ceylon there is no alteration, and
May 14, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.

FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.

CLEVEDON.-ENocacors EaG.-A hen in the posses- rc sion of Mr. Wason, of the Royal hotel, Clevedon, laid an egg It on Friday last weighing 4 ounces, and measuring 61 inohes in eon, circumference, and 4 Inches4 long. app HORTON.-Mr. Joseph Shipp, of this place, yeoman, has in faoe
February 12, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE NEW CABINET.

THE NEW CABINET.

94f Nk :E 51AVDRDAY, JNIV~rdnr 1, 1-853- - Tax cabinet of Lord Aberdeen-meaning the ministry generally-islone of great ability, and there is reason to hope not one of great dubiety. It is hardly 'to be be- heved that men like Lansdo'wne, Russell, Granville, Molesworth, Cockburn,
January 1, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
RAGGED SCHOOL, ST. JAMES's BACK.

RAGGED SCHOOL, ST. JAMES's BACK.

RAGGED SCHOOL, ST. JAMES'S, BACK. During the absence of Mr. Andrews, the master, one of the voluntary and zealous teachers, with the assistance of some of the monitors, had very tastefully decorated the school-room with evergreens and temperance banners, so that when the frierds
January 1, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BmRTIS.-At the Vicarage, Great Toiler, the wife of the Rev. Charles Richard de Haviland, a ?? Hampton, near Bath, the wife of Philip Sheppard, Esq. a ?? tle 'Vicar- age, Market Lavington, Wilts, the wife of the Rev. M. M11aOW, a ?? Swindon-rectory,
January 1, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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July 30, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England