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England.

England.

LONDON*, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1853. rKICKS OF STOCKS THIS PAT. Pnnk S(.»ek —■ 1 iniii. lJondsumler I itto for Account South Sea Stock 110 Three prr (.Vnt. Kit. Old Annuitin r'irci- per •ni. lV>n An. l>o. New Annuities .— Sew per iVnt. Ann.... Consols for Ac i N,.* (wriVnt. India S
March 24, 1853 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Scottish Midland Junction Railway.—The ordinary meeting of iho shareholders thii company wat bel I on S.iurday fast, at the General

Scottish Midland Junction Railway.—The ordinary meeting of iho shareholders thii company wat bel I on S.iurday fast, at the General

Terminus, Penh—John Stirling, Eat), of K'ppendavie. chairman of the company, in the rhii'. The chairman congratulated the meeting on the Bali— 1 set ry nature of the report. It wat only two years since they bad their power declare any dividend whatever. Last yens they were onlf
March 24, 1853 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Bomcstic Jirtog.

Bomcstic Jirtog.

The Queen paid a visit, on Saturday week, to the works of the new Crystal Palace at Sydenham. A bill is before Parliament to prevent the necessity of obtaining more than one probate to a will. In tbe year ended the 10th of October last there were 5,088,758 quarters of malt made
March 24, 1853 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MI*>LAND TIME TABLE FOR MARCH

MI*>LAND TIME TABLE FOR MARCH

M I*>LAND TIME TABLE FOR MARCH LINCOLN TO NOTTINmiAM-^p nFnbV i i ~, : STATIONS. 1,1,3!&2i,j,4!ij,UJ ?? 10 . >* « Departure from a.m. a. m. a. m. a. m. D m ,T~Z \ Hull I ; p Q m ?? m -P; n ?? Lincoln 6,50 ?? o " ?? " ifS " 2*S Hykeham .. s* si .. .. V" Wl" ' Thorpe B>u „ 12 , 2 8
March 24, 1853 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
fATTERS/vLL'S.—Monday, Match 21

fATTERS/vLL'S.—Monday, Match 21

fATTERS/vLL'S.— Monday, Match 21 Metropoi.i \n Handicap. - i" 1 a;r?t air. T. I'arr's Contentment taheu) 9 - 1 v r. Eimberley's - ; , witon llaiihrii ;takcn) {, - 1 Mi R. Ci w|ey'« i.ara;;c to IS — I Mr. C. Peck's Hicbmond IS — I —Mr Wilkin s 1 cjrvry SO — ; Mr. Farranct's Terpsi
March 24, 1853 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 

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RAIL WA V A CCIDENTS.

RAIL WA V A CCIDENTS.

A report on the best mode of effecting a communica- tion between railway guards and the drivers of locomo- tive engines, for the purpose of preventing railway acci- dents, has just been issued from the Railway Clearing- house. It appears that " The boaid of delegates of the Rail
March 24, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH EDUCATIONAL QUESTION.

THE IRISH EDUCATIONAL QUESTION.

A LETTER TO THE EARL OF EGLINTON. My Lord, — Your lordship has been one of the most suc- cessful and popular of Irish Viceroys. You entered into the Irish character with consummate tact and good sense ; and your open bearing and straightforward conduct has caused the termination
March 24, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NOTICE REMOVAL, FROM No. 40, No. 21, MILS D M TREE T. TT JAMES, being desirous that no portion of

NOTICE REMOVAL, FROM No. 40, No. 21, MILS D M TREE T. TT JAMES, being desirous that no portion of

FANCY SILKS, SHAWLS, DRESSES, MANTLES, §c. <Jc, should Removed lo his New Premises, respectfully announces that he has made such a FURTHER REDUCTION UPON THE REMAINING STOCK, as must cause a Speedy Clearance of the whole. A LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. 39 & 40, Milsom Street; Marc
March 24, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ARRIVALS.

ARRIVALS.

Sir Richard and Lady Burton, 18, Street Sir Henry Mervyn Vavasour, York House Captain T. Harrison, Royal Hotel Captains Dovley. Yea, Applewhaite, Erskine, & Rev. Messrs. Hinslow, Jolliffe, Jenkins, Peake. White Hart Hotel Rev. R. W. Lionel Tollemache, and Mrs. Tollemache, 8, Nor
March 24, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND ADJOINING COUNTIES.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND ADJOINING COUNTIES.

The Militia.—The following table shows the number of men already raised for thr South Gloucester 'llHttalion, at the under-inentioned districts, and ths number still remaining to be enrolled:— Quotas. No. enrolled. Alveston 20 ~ Bristol City .. .. 187 .. Dursley .. 9 Gloucester
March 24, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England