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MARRIAGES. On Thursday, the 24th instant, at Stranton, David Machechnie, Esq., surgeon, to Miss Curry, eldest daughter of Mr. George

MARRIAGES. On Thursday, the 24th instant, at Stranton, David Machechnie, Esq., surgeon, to Miss Curry, eldest daughter of Mr. George

Curry, lecturer on natural philosophy, and both of West Hartlepool. Same day, at the parish church, Driffield, by the Rev. R. Allen, Mr. William Bellerby, painter, of this city, to Miss Mary Lee, the former place. On Tuesday, the 22nd inst., at Staveley parish church, by the Rev
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

(From the Mark Lane Express.) Though the deliveries of wheat from the growers have, | since our last, been on a moderate scale and the arrivals from abroad small, the supplies have proved sufficient to satisfy tbe demand, and business has been very quiet. The absence of anything
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TOWN AND COUNTRY.

TOWN AND COUNTRY.

©alette* SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1853. We have frequently protested against the injustice to wbich the provinces are subject, having to contribute to the maintenance of public institutions in London, whilst no such aid is vouchsafed to the cities and towns in the country. The Governm
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
 
TERRIFIC STORM.

TERRIFIC STORM.

NUMEROUS SHIPWRECKS AND LOSS OF LIFE. The mails from the various ports enumerate a sad catalogue of disasters occasioned by the tempestuous weather of Saturday. It seems to have been felt generally throughout the country, and was accompanied at intervals by heavy falls of snow a
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
RANDOM READINGS.

RANDOM READINGS.

Fear of Ridicule. The fear of ridicule is effeminacy of the soul. Men of Business.—A man who cannot command his temper, his attention, and his couutenance, should not think of being a man of business. Swimming.—A late writer, in speaking of swimming, says it is an act of faith—t
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ANTI-PROTESTANT DIVISIONS.

THE ANTI-PROTESTANT DIVISIONS.

The bill for the endowment of Maynooth was originally by the following majorities On the second reading, Ayes Noes 176 tbe third reading, Ayes 317 Noes 184 Now every one knows the vast difficulty that always xists in reversing a step of this kind—in endeavouring undo what had be
March 5, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England