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Mark-lane Market.

Mark-lane Market.

By Electric Telegraph. Friday, April Show English Wheat small. Millers cautions, and trade quiet Monday's rates. Foreign fair arrivals; fine, for mixing, brought full terms; other sorts unchanged. Flour, Malt, Barley. Beans, and Peas steady, at late prices; bnt business retail.
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Political.

Political.

the Cabinet Ministers.—Lord Lansdowne. 73; Lord Aberdeen and Pnlmerston, Lord Cranworth, 63; Lord John Russell and Sir James Graham, 61; Sir 0. Wood. Mr. Gladstone, Sir Win. and Mr. Sydney Herbert, 13; Dulte Newcastle, 12; Lord Granville, US; Duke of Argyll, The Division the Cle
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Latest Markets.

Latest Markets.

ffbiug. Thursday, April 28. The Engli h Funds have been firm, but there not much doing. Consols have been quoted 100} for transfer, and 100J to 101 for account. The new Threeand-a-Quarter per Cents, have realized 103$ to A. anil Three per Cents. J. Bank Stock is supported al 227
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
To Correspondents.

To Correspondents.

We have received a Note from Mr. Webber, too late for insertion this week, contradicting the statement which appeared our last number under the head—"Another Scene the Swordroom." pressure Advertisements has compelled to omit Leading Article and quantity other matter.
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE GOVERNMENT MEASURE OF EDUCATION.

THE GOVERNMENT MEASURE OF EDUCATION.

The new Government scheme ol* eilncation been comlemncil the Protestant Dissenting minis, ters of the three denominations—the Committee of Deputies, the Baptist Union, and the Congregational Board of Education. It may. therefore, concluded that the Dissenters, body, will be deci
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

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TWO DEANS A-BARGAINING.

TWO DEANS A-BARGAINING.

TriEKE is a parish in London called St. Dionis Backchnrch, aud there is a parish in Kent called Great Chart. There is a Dean Norwich, one Doctor and a Dean at Canterbury, one Doctor Ltall. Doctor for more than twenty-four years, was rector of St. Dion's Backchurch—had the cure o
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
News of the Week.

News of the Week.

Australian Gold.—lnformation was received, on Friday, of the arrival of the ship "Ballaret," Jones master, the Channel from Melbourne. Victoria; sinhas brought home 72,000 ounces of gold on freight valued at £288,000, in addition to which a large quantity is in the possession of
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CuTOSjinmliuTr. te ,t CURRENCY REFORM. ,c To tlte Editor of die Norfolk News. ■c - S AI£ Sir—My observations on

CuTOSjinmliuTr. te ,t CURRENCY REFORM. ,c To tlte Editor of die Norfolk News. ■c - S AI£ Sir—My observations on

Mr. Hawanfs plan ot Currency Reform were founded on the following quotation from his pamphlet—" Let the ounce of •'old" which has hitherto been issued at three guineas, _ henceforth issued at four guineas."" j The Government buy the gold at a certain price Capri Proximating to i
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Pleasantries.

Pleasantries.

The Boston Post states that there man down south, a gentleman, who celebrates his birthday paying for all his newspapers. Mrs. Dobcs, upon being summoned court as witness, asked her husband what she should if the lawyersl inquired her age. " Say, madam," replied her husband; " w
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
WHAT ARE FARMERS TO DO?

WHAT ARE FARMERS TO DO?

reply the questions—" What are farmers do mnler their altered circumstances?— Can nothing lie devised for their own adoption?— Can any alteration made their farming operations and business procedure likely to turn good account ?" —a Practical Fanner* in the columns the Murk Lane
April 30, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England