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YORKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

YORKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

CROWN COURT, Friday, March 11. Before Mr. Baron Martin. GILES WALMSLEY, 37, and THOMAS ELLIS, 29, were charged with a felonious assault upon Ellen Johnson, at Barnsley, on the 30th of January last; and JOSEPH RICHMOND, was charged with aiding and abetting Walmsley aud Ellis in c
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

YORK & AINSTY FOX-HOUNDS.—At Half-paat I*- Monday, March 14.. Naburn Tuesday, March 15.. Dringhouses Thursday, March 17. Providence Green Saturday, March 19. PiU Moor, Brafferton SIR TATTON SYKES'S FOX HOUNDS.—HaIf-put Monday, March 14.. BirdsaU House Wednesday, March 16 Aldby P
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

York Calf and Sheep Market, March 25. At this day's market we had a fair show of calves, which sold at from to 8d. per lb. York Store Pig, Pork, and Green and Dried Bacon Markets, March 19. Store pigs were in good supply and demand. Pork pigs, sinking offal, 7s Od.—green bacon,
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CASTLEGATE, YORK. TO BE LET, with Immediate Possession, the HOUSE lately occupied by Mr. Garwood. Apply at his Offices, nearly

CASTLEGATE, YORK. TO BE LET, with Immediate Possession, the HOUSE lately occupied by Mr. Garwood. Apply at his Offices, nearly

opposite. MASTIFF DOG. FOR SALE, a Pure bred OLD ENGLISH MASTIFF DOG, Years old ; Fawn Colour ; he is of the Chatsworth strain ; very large, strong, and powerful; he is said to be the finest Mastiff in England. For particulars apply to Mr. JOHN NICHOLSON, Auctioneer, Thirsk, Yor
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
ROLLS COURT, Friday, Feb. 25.

ROLLS COURT, Friday, Feb. 25.

RE THE MANCHESTER NEW COLLEGE TRUSTS OF INSTITUTION EOR PROTESTANT DISSENTERS. This was a petition praying for a declaration of the Court that it was fit and proper, and for the benefit of the Manchester New College, an institution established principally for the education of th
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
#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 Prince Comfort at St. Paul's.-On Monday .ii prii.cn il ' decorate of the <!• I rah

The Prince Comfort at St. Paul's.-On Monday .ii prii.cn il ' decorate of the <!• I rah

March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

The Court. The return of comparatively mild weather has enabled her Majesty to resume her daily promenades in the gardens of the palace. The Duke and Duchess of Cleveland intend to leav Raby Castle the first week in April, for St. James's square, for the season. The Conservative
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Imperial parliament.

Imperial parliament.

HOUSE OF LORDS, Monday, March 7. Ihe Earl of MALMESBURY wished to ask the noble * * «f the head of the government a question in reference a report which appeared in the public newspapers. It J** stated that M. Mazzini had escaped from Genoa, and carried in a British ship, called
March 12, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England