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AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH.

AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH.

AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATEI. Mr. Btruges Fry, coroner for North Somerset, held an adjourned inquest yeeterday (Frday) at the Red Lion tavern, Bishop's Sutton, upon the body of George Elms, which was found dead on the roadside by some colliers:on the morning of Tuesday, the 8th Instant,
February 19, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. , Feb. 4, at Halse, Somerset, the wife of John Hancock, Esq. a I 5 son and heir. Feb. 8, at Hillmarton, Gloucestershire, the wife of the Rev. i Francis Fisher, a daughter. Feb. 12, Mrs. Lovibond Percival, Portland-square, a son. f Feb. 13, at Bridgwater, the wife ?? Farqu
February 19, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

PORTBURY PIER AND RAILWAY. The half-yearly meeting of this company was announced to be held on Tuesday, but at the time appointed there was not a sufficient number of shareholders present to constitute a meet- ing. The report, which was laid on the table, stated that " the evide
February 26, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHURCH-RATES.

CHURCH-RATES.

CHURCH -RATES. [We copy the following letter from 2Vie Sun, of Jan. 25.] Having read with interest thy remarks upon church-rates, and the important Information relating thereto elicited by the select committee of the Commons House of parliament obtained by the late member for Tav
February 12, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA Sir,-To all whom it may concern, whether noblemen in England and Scotland, who way have played at any time against, or with the Eleven of England, to gentle- men forming committees of management in the different districts visited by this so-named communi
February 6, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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RE-OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

RE-OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

THE ERA. ToWjq EDITION. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1853. RRE.OPENING OFF PALLMENT.| 3yinisterial Prospeots. Before our next number issues the Parliament will have re-assembled, and the New Ministry entered upon the exercise of their important func- tions. Daring the interregnum there ha
February 6, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ntagonistic to Sophistry, Prejudice, and EmpiriciSm, 147 Wood cuts, 41 cases. 2 vols., is. each ; by poet, is. 6d. N SINGLE and MARRIED LIFE. O "To be or not to be? that is the question." By R.J CIJVERWE, M.D. (1841), M. .C.S. (1827), L.A.C. (1824), 25 years Medical and Forensie
February 13, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INTELLIGENCE EXTRA.

INTELLIGENCE EXTRA.

INTELLIGENCE EXTRA, CR0XTON PARKC. Nominations for the GRANDY IANDICAP. Caurire, aged Ch f by Cotherstane, Sir R. Trencbard,Sy Gladiole 4 yrs The Bishop, 4 Yrs Humphrey, 6 yrs Harp, 5 yrs Timid Fawn, s yrs Angelo, 3 yrS Cheroot, 4 yrs Clothworker, aged Alf. the Great, 4 yrs Azael
February 13, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ANSWERSS O G01LR,935POq0ETS- Qui SOUTNGCORURSP ET WILL P11nD THEIR OQUR SPTOTIONG SREDNONUNT S RTING GAZETTE. A WALISLEY frst numbe1' f the Times A WALTELEY (BristOl.)the .i being, The'Times, is dated January1 1788 the heading or ,Daily Univer"l 9vtteI', printed imporintrshlfllY
February 13, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

THE M;ARKXETS. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.-FRDAcY. The weather to-day is clear and cold, wind N.W., the ground in the morning partially white with snow; in the suburbs and in the country we hear it is some inches deep; the north-mail was late of arriving. The arrivals this week have be
February 13, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England