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Trustees—Scotcn Seouestr.itlons.-

Trustees—Scotcn Seouestr.itlons.-

Trustees-Scotch Sequestrations. -Cont.fr. C. Fraser W. farmer, &c. Trustee—Alexander Fraser, of Inverness^ accountant Rigg A. tavern keeper & spirit dealer. Trustee—James M'Killop, ot Glasgow, accountant Robeutson J. cotton spinner. Trustee —Robert M'Cowan, of Glasgow, accountant
March 19, 1853 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
Scotch Partnerships Dissolved.-

Scotch Partnerships Dissolved.-

Scotch Partnerships Dissolved. —Cont.f. 176. Gazette—Mar. 11, 1853. Duncan John, David Damme, & W. H. Newby, of Perth, chemists and druggists, April. Macnamara, Lyness, and Company, of Demerary, as regards J. Macnaniara, jun. 31st Dec. Gazette-Mar. 15, 1353. Sime James & Thomas W
March 19, 1853 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
Irish Partnerships Dissolved,-

Irish Partnerships Dissolved,-

Irish Partnerships Dissolved, —Cont.from Col. 162 Gazette-Mar. 11, 1853. Grimshavt R. James Grimshaw, jun. and James Campbell, of Belfast, flax and tow spinners, lst Mar. Gazette-Mar. 15, 1853. Gray Richard Armstrong and Henry Abbott, of near a proprietors of the Anglingham Marbl
March 19, 1853 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
It *\B4* OF ISSUE.

It *\B4* OF ISSUE.

BANKS OF ISSUE. An Account, pursuant to the Act 7th and Bth Victoria, cap. 32, of the Average Amount ol BANK Notes, of the several Banks of Issue in England and Wales, in Circulation during the Week ending the sth day ot Mar. 1853. Gazette-Mar. IS, 1853. PRIVATE BANKS. Name, Titl
March 19, 1853 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
Thief at the Diggings.—A " Blue Book just issued s the following statement from the Superintend, Police, dated Melbourne, May.

Thief at the Diggings.—A " Blue Book just issued s the following statement from the Superintend, Police, dated Melbourne, May.

1852 : — "Wdli Hath' M, prisoner ot the Crown, arrived per ship Manches'er,'in 1843. Free arrival. Convicted of felony at the Circuit Court held at Geelong, on the 22nd of February, 1851, and sentenced to twelve months' haid labour in tiie gml Melbourne. Convicted at the Supreme
March 29, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY'S LONDON MARKETS

MONDAY'S LONDON MARKETS

[RECEIVED EXPRESS.] CORN EXCHANGE, MARK-LANE. MONDAY, March 28, 1858. The supply of wheat from Essex and Kent this mornno being remarktbly small, was disposed of on the erms of this day se'nniirht. Foreign met a slow tetail ale only at our late quotations. In flour there is litt
March 29, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.

MONDAY, March 28. Owing to the severity of the weather, the imports of foreign stock into London, last week were on a very moderate scale, viz.-203V head, against 1,525 do. during Sesame period 1852; 2.041 1851; 1,382 in 1850; in 1819; and in 1848. For the time ot year the suppl
March 29, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE SURREY GAZETTE. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1853. Since the Parliament met February, the new ministry have had little else than

THE SURREY GAZETTE. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1853. Since the Parliament met February, the new ministry have had little else than

plain sailing. Nothing could have gone smoother. No storms, no breakers a head ; indeed, the surface of the political ocean has scarcely been ruffled. What with the " fair trial" which it ever the custom of Englishmen to accord to an opponent at starting, and what with the aid o
March 29, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Review.

Review.

The Twin Pupils, or Education at Home, Tale addressed to the Young: by Ann Thomson Gray, Hatehard. This is a book which, although addressed to the young," may be read with advantage by all those of more mature age who, either as parents or instructors, may be interested the educ
March 29, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ON DEMOCRACY. To the Editor of ihe Sussex Advertiser and Surrey Gazette. (Continued from the Sussex Advertiser of March Bih.)

ON DEMOCRACY. To the Editor of ihe Sussex Advertiser and Surrey Gazette. (Continued from the Sussex Advertiser of March Bih.)

"For not since am wore his verdant apron, Hath man with man in sociai union owe t, But laws were made to draw that union closer." Old Play. Whatever may be said for or against democracy,• it cannot be denied the claim of great antiquity, that form of government unquestionably da
March 29, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England