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Irish Bankrupt Meetings.

Irish Bankrupt Meetings.

—Cont.from Col. Gazette-Mar. 29,1853. Byrne William, late of Comber, co. Down, now of Belfast. Antrim, distiller; 19th April, twelve, audit, proof of deb ' and final exam. . Mark George, Dame-st, Dublin, tea and coffee dealer t ** April, twelve, allow, cert. . Morrissey Jeremiah
April 2, 1853 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
Contents.

Contents.

Adjournment, &c. of Meetings j]1 Assignees to English Bankrupts f\1 Assignments in England in Ireland Bankrupts in England Certificates granted l» Diary—Town ' Diary—Country ' t\> Dividends declared, &c Jl» Insolvents • \ Meetings under Bankrupts Estates ' 2i* in Ireland 22* Par
April 2, 1853 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOTES FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

NOTES FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

London. Wednesday. The royal family has been residing in great quiet at Windsor, "during the recess. With the exception of an official visit on Monday week, from the Earl of Aberdeen and Sir Wm. Molesworth, there was no company at the Castle till Saturday—as the Duchess of Kent
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CAMBRIDGE CLASSICAL TRIPOS.

CAMBRIDGE CLASSICAL TRIPOS.

EXAMINERS. William Mandell Gunson, M.A., Christ's College. William Haig Brown, M.A., Pemhroke College. Edward Meredith Cope, M.A., Trinity College. Francis France, 8.D., St. John's College. FIRST CLASS. Roby Job. Cleave Jesus. Blakiston Trin. Duckworth) Trin. James Kings. Ware T
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Dr. Johnson, when in the fulness of years and knowledge, said, " never take up a newspaper without finding something

Dr. Johnson, when in the fulness of years and knowledge, said, " never take up a newspaper without finding something

would have deemed it a loss not to have seen ; never without deriving from it instruction and amusement." Captain J. O. F.gginton, 4lst, being about to form a matrimonial alliance with a young lady in the vicinity of Boyle, and sell out, has purchased on advantageous terras an e
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

Copyhold Bill.—On Monday next a bill in the House of Commons is to be read a second time, to facilitate the enfranchisement of property belonging to ecclesiastical corporations. The old house of Mr. Lemuel Goddard, in the sperm oil and iron trade, which was last week under the n
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

(Frrm the Mark Lane Express.) In consequence of Good Friday, many of the provincial markets have been held out of the regular course. This invariably interferes, more or less, with busiuess ; and the trade altogether has remained in a quiet state. A ! somewhat firmer tone has, n
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Col. Potier's repeating title, the cylinder of which Behaviour Company.—On the subject of behaviour in company, Legh Richmond gives the

Col. Potier's repeating title, the cylinder of which Behaviour Company.—On the subject of behaviour in company, Legh Richmond gives the

fallowing excellent advice to his daughters:—" Be cheerful, but not gigglers. Be serious, but not dull. Be communi. cative, but not forward. Be kind, but not servile. Beware of silly, thoughtless speeches; although you may forget them, others will not. Remember that God's eye is
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Corn Markets, &c.

Corn Markets, &c.

YORK, March 20.—There was only a moderate supply! of grain to this day's market. Wheat was in good demand at last week's prices. Barely and oats commanded late rates. In other articles there was no variation. BRIDLINGTON, March 26—The following are the average prices and quantit
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
From TUESDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE, March 23.

From TUESDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE, March 23.

r,vm BANKRUPTS. Thomas Dallaston Stearn, Ipswich, painter.- John Turner, Uckfield, Sussex, grocer. William Latham • Shelton, Stoke-upon-Trent, boot-xnalw*. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. . ... W. Trevethuk and Co., Gainsborough and" upon-Hull wood-merchants.—J. Stanficld and W. worth ak
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England