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SHIRE HALL, CHELMSFORD. A PUBLIC BALL will take place on THURSDAY, the 3lst March, 1853, the BALL ROOM of the

SHIRE HALL, CHELMSFORD. A PUBLIC BALL will take place on THURSDAY, the 3lst March, 1853, the BALL ROOM of the

SHIRE HALL, uuder the direction of the following Committee: — Mr. ROBERT BAKER, Writtle Mr. WM. BAKER. Mr. C. CHEVELEY Mr. BURRELL. Mr. W. B. HUGHES. Supper at One o'clock. Gentlemen's Tickets, 10s. 6d.; Ladies' ditto, 7s. 6d. To be obtained of the Committee, or at the Black Boy
March 18, 1853 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MARRIED. 10th inst. at East Bergholt, Mr. Charles Brown, of that place, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. W".

MARRIED. 10th inst. at East Bergholt, Mr. Charles Brown, of that place, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. W".

Hallock, lligh.im. 15th inst. at Burleigh, by the Rev. G. Tamplin, Mr. John Harberie, of Falmer, Sussex, to Maria, only daughter of Mr. Clarke, of the Round-bush, Purleigh, in this county. 15th inst. Sainton, Herts, the Rev. Adams, Mr. William Sullins, of Barrington-hall, Hatfie
March 18, 1853 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ISaCB DSI

ISaCB DSI

DSI Notes Issued £32,378,000 £32.378.600 BA2ISIN& Proprietor** Capital £14,663,000 , Best 8,622,448 Public Deposits (Including Kxcheq uer, Savings' Banks, Commissioners of National Debt, and Dividend aevoonta) 7,607.91* Other Deposit* 13,051,138 7 Day and other Bills 1,292 007 £*
March 20, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
GEKM A \ V

GEKM A \ V

GEKM A V Fierce Proceedings of the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg and Prince Schwarzenburg.—Arrest of an American Lady at Heidelberg. The Grand Duke M.vrklcnlmrg has outdone hi. cousin ;• In decree just published, he forbids his subjects to read any books published a certain bouse lla
March 20, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
of the Gallows.

of the Gallows.

The accounts we receive trom Italy tell diily of fresh severities, fresh sen •cnees, fresh executions. The military tribunal, sitting in Mantua, which conducts the prosecutions upwards of two hundred prejudged individuals, is sending them away tens and twenties at a time, either
March 20, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 

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NEW WEEKLY

NEW WEEKLY

VOL. 25.—N0. 1,183. stood Member Parli-.imont. went at Norwich as supporter of the Administration ; but lost his election. Unlucky again ! He asked for an interview with Mr. at the Home Office ; but the right hon. Secretary of State for that department refused to see him. Colone
March 20, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
WK K K L V ALMANAC,

WK K K L V ALMANAC,

K L V ALMANAC, M 3*>.— Sixth Sunday in Lent. Church Service: Pa.T,» tor Leaeoaa for the Day Mornin g: First L«-1 o.fvdu«9; Lesson, Mall. Evening: First Lesson, ... >-vV*nd l.essoa, Heb. sto r. 11.—Palm Sunday.—High Water I. -adon bridge; mom. 12 min. after afteruoatg 10.— S, quar
March 20, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MARCH 20, 1853.

MARCH 20, 1853.

jects for invailing England, vindicating Waterloo, recovering the boundary ot the Rhine, and subjugating the Universe, apply to the Ecole Militaire, or to any sabreur in the preeints of the Palace. The dealers of the two countries supply the exact counterparts. Assurances like t
March 20, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
“DIRECT TAXATION.

“DIRECT TAXATION.

“It has been too much the mistake of the school of politicians to which the member for Lambeth belongs to find fault with everything. Their cry now, like that of Jerusalem doctors long ago, in reference to another locality, is, Can any good thing come out of Downing-strcet?’ The
March 20, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
“OUR LAW-MAKERS.

“OUR LAW-MAKERS.

“An interesting conversation between the great Law Lords in the Upper House, originating with Lord Lyndhurst, throws a curioas light upon the manner iti which the august function of law-making Is performed in those model assemblies of legislative wisdom, the t Houses of Parliame
March 20, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England