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#fllK NAVI'.ATl the Editor Gazette. Sta, Pemiit offer few remarks respecting the river and tbe Islands. If it is desirable

#fllK NAVI'.ATl the Editor Gazette. Sta, Pemiit offer few remarks respecting the river and tbe Islands. If it is desirable

to maintain the navigation through the city, the would be entirely removed laying on each side the Foes, and reducing its level ah. Wklvr Wt ij the flood w . away. in) ih? i^jt.. Islands. As respects Islands, Book was direct bat the bend Uo- riwr, near Palmer lar means embankmas
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
The Great Exhibition.-The following five members out up-—The President ■: Council, (he Chancellor Of President the Board Trade, and ii.

The Great Exhibition.-The following five members out up-—The President ■: Council, (he Chancellor Of President the Board Trade, and ii.

Mr. Disraeli has , also been ulr.
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
The Levee.—His Royal Highness Prince Albert held a levee (the first this season), by tbe desire of her Majesty, on

The Levee.—His Royal Highness Prince Albert held a levee (the first this season), by tbe desire of her Majesty, on

Wednesday afternoon, in St. James's Palace. The following noblemen and gentlemen had the honour of being presented :—Mr. Bethell, on his appointment as Solicitor-General, by the Lord Chancellor. Colonel the Duke of Leeds, on appointment to the North York Militia Regiment, by the
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORK, Saturday, March 5. MESDMS. WILSON, announcing Miss Wilson's return from London, beg to inform tbe Ladies of York and

YORK, Saturday, March 5. MESDMS. WILSON, announcing Miss Wilson's return from London, beg to inform tbe Ladies of York and

its •Vicinity, their SHOW-ROOMS will OPEN on TUESDAY, March Bth, replete with every Novelty for the Spring Season, in Millinery, Plain and Fancy Straw Bonnets, Coiffures and Flowers, (fee, <fee. 4 High-Ousegate, March 4th, 1853. TO HARNESS MAKERS. WANTED Immediately, a COLLAR MA
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TURF ADVERTISEMENTS. SHORTLY WILL BE PUBLISHED, Price in Cloth, 2s. Orf., as a Pocket Book, with Metalic Paper and Pencil,

TURF ADVERTISEMENTS. SHORTLY WILL BE PUBLISHED, Price in Cloth, 2s. Orf., as a Pocket Book, with Metalic Paper and Pencil,

4s. b'rf., THE SPRING EDITION OF RUFF'S GUIDE to the TURF; or, POCKET RACING COMPANION for 1*53. Contents :—An Alphabetical List of nearly 1400 Horses in Training, with the Names of their Trainers; an Alphabetical List of the Jockeys, their Addresses, Lowest Weights, Names of th
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 

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————————— BIRTHS. On Friday, the inst., Hope Hall, the Viscountess Xevill, of a son. On Monday, the 28th nit., at

————————— BIRTHS. On Friday, the inst., Hope Hall, the Viscountess Xevill, of a son. On Monday, the 28th nit., at

the vicarage, Holme-on- Spalding-Moor, the wife of the Rev. Chas. Yate, of son. Same day, at the rectory, Calstock, the wife of the Rev. Cha9. Leigh Pemberton, of a daughter. On Sunday, the ult., at Hazelby, Lady Louisa Howard, of son. MARRIAGES. On Thursday, the 3rd inst, at St
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS.

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS.

The proceedings in the two Houses of Parliament during the present week, call for few comments. In the House of Lords, the affairs of India have been a subject of debate, arising on the presentation of a petition from Lord Elle'nborough, who I is ever ready to take his stand as
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans.i Peas, s. d. s. d s d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Jan 22.... 8 30 18 7 32 8 34 11 130 7 29.... 0 31 2 18 7 82 2 34 9 31 9 Feb 5.... 46 1 31 8 18 31 11 34 7,31 10 12.... 2 31 18 30 11 34 10 9 19 ... 6 31 1 17 9 29 3 34 31 2 26.... 45 2 81 3 18 4j 30 4 34 3
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

The Treasurer of the York Dispensary has received donations of ten guineas each from Mrs. Taylor and Miss Ogle, towards the funds of the institution. York Archers.—We hear that W. M. E. Milner, Esq., M.P. for this city, has accepted the office of president of the above society,
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
GREAT CONFLAGRATE

GREAT CONFLAGRATE

TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE PARISH CHURCH. [fbom the doncasteb chronicle.] It is this week our melancholy duty to record the greatest public loss and calamity which has ever befallen the town of Doncaster,—at least modern times. The fin* old parish church, so long the pride and glo
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England