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BIRTHS. On Tueday, the 22nd inst., at Fulford, the Mife of Chas. Peirse, Et., York District Staff, of a daughter,

BIRTHS. On Tueday, the 22nd inst., at Fulford, the Mife of Chas. Peirse, Et., York District Staff, of a daughter,

which survived its kth only a few hours. On Sunay, the inst., at the vicarage, Ganton, the wife of thßev. D. L. Alexander, of son. On Weresday, tbe 16th inst., at Edinbro', the wife of the Rev. IL. Trotter, of Great Stainton, of a daughter. On Moray, tbe 14th inst., at Westbury,
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas, s. d. s. d s d. s. d. s. d. a. d. Feb 12.... 2 31 18 30 11 34 10 31 19 ... 44 6 31 1 17 9 29 3 34 31 2 26.... 2 81 3 18 30 4 31 March.... 5.... 45 9 31 18 3 80 9 S4 8 32 6 12.... 8 31 18 6 30 9 34 4! 82 19.... 31 9 18 10 30 10 2j32 11 Aggre
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Wild Young Men.—The best way curb a wild young man is, decidedly, to bridal him "A Work of Time."— At

Wild Young Men.—The best way curb a wild young man is, decidedly, to bridal him "A Work of Time."— At

private party in London, lady, who, though in the autumn of life had not lost all dreams of its spring, said to Douglas Jerrold, " I cannot imagine what makes my hair turn grey; I sometimes fancy it must be the 'essence of rosemary,' with which my maid is in the habit of brushin
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT.

YORKSHIRE INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT.

YORK CASTLE, Monday, March 21. Before Mr. Serjeant Dowling, Judge of the County Court. Unopposed Case9.— Thomas Dawson, of Scholes, near Aberford, cattle jobber and manure dealer; Joseph Fell, Dewsbnry, greengrocer; Joseph Catherall, of Holbeck. near Leeds, brickl Samuel Lee, Th
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL & HOLDERNESS RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a Bill is now pending in the Honourable the House of

HULL & HOLDERNESS RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a Bill is now pending in the Honourable the House of

Commons, intituled A Bill to incorporate a Company for making a Railway from Kingston-upon-Hull to, or near to, Withernsea, in Holderness, with Branch therefrom, and for other purposes," and that application is intended to be made to Parliament for leave to make an alteration in
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
EASTERN AFFAIRS.

EASTERN AFFAIRS.

. mte,li ence Turkey has been the all*tate sul, .l of consideration among our A t ri eu during the week. Russia and been evincin hate tone and ter Hi n towards the Porte well qualified to J- an °P en pture, and differences have h a eared to thicken with every 1 arran ent. The ar
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE EASTER RECESS.

THE EASTER RECESS.

Parliament has adjourned for the Easter recess, and there is the usual lull political affairs. The Ministers are enjoying themselves in the country and our Senators are' looking after their own affairs. Both Houses reassemble on the of April, on which day Lord John Russell is to
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

(by telegraphic despatch.) France.—Destructive Storm.—Marseilles papers of the report that a violent storm has caused numerous casualties at this place. All the ships moored in the new port had more or less suffered. One hundred pleasureboats had been sunk. The West Indies.—H. M
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

The Yorkshire Hussars.—We are given to understand that the Yorkshire Hussars, under the command of Col. Earl de Grey, K.G., will assemble at York, on Tuesday, the 3rd of May, for ten days permanent duty (including two marching days). They will be reviewed on Wednesday, the 11th,
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
EXTENSION OF THE UTILITY AND INFLUENCE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

EXTENSION OF THE UTILITY AND INFLUENCE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

EXTENSION OF THE TILITY AND INFLUENCE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. anniversary of.the Society for promoting tbe em- oymeut of Additional Curates in Populous Places, has n oelebrated York during the present week. On unday last, sermons were preached in its behalf by the Rev. G. T. Sp
March 26, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England