Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 76,099 articles

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

©alette. SATURDAY, APRIL 1868. The Foreign news of the present week possesses more than ordinary interest. We have the Overland mail with important intelligence from India ; we have also the gratifying news that the Cape war has been terminated by the submission of the rebels. F
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TOWN AND COUNTRY.

TOWN AND COUNTRY.

The representatives of our counties and boroughs must be strangely remiss their duties to their constituents or they would look more closely after the jobbing which is being continually carried on to benefit the metropolis at the expense of the country at large. If a bridge the
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
The Condemned Criminal.—Henry Dobson, who was convicted at the late Yorkshire Spring Assizes of tbe murder of Catherine Sheridan at

The Condemned Criminal.—Henry Dobson, who was convicted at the late Yorkshire Spring Assizes of tbe murder of Catherine Sheridan at

Wakefield, has, since his condemnation, conducted himself in a manner becoming a man in his unhappy position. The culprit is most assiduous in his religious duties, reads the holy scriptures and books upon divine subjects with earnestness, and frequently engages in prayer. He ac
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Execution of the Convict Saunders.—The result of the medical examination as to the state mind of the convict Charles Saunders

Execution of the Convict Saunders.—The result of the medical examination as to the state mind of the convict Charles Saunders

not being deemed Lord Palmerston a nature to justify his lordship iv recommending her Majesty to exercise the Royal prerogative in bis behalf, the law has taken its course, and the wretched criminal was executed on Wednesday morning in front of Springfield Gaol, Chelmsford, in t
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
FROM FRIDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE

FROM FRIDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE

BANKRUPTS. Robert Liddell, saddlor, Doncaster. Thomas Hamblet, George Warren, and Nathanwl V>m. Dobeson, glass manufacturers, Brotherton. Henrv Butt, linen-draper, Mortimer street, Cavendish- Mar/ Anne Dowaes, draper and clothier, Norwich. William Martin, tailor, Crouch-street,
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

fir* Calf and Sheep Market, April 1. this ' we had a good show of calves, which sold from : Cd to 6.]d per ft. No sheep were shown. Pig, Pork, and Green and Dried Bacon Markett March 26. Store pigs were in good supply and demand. ' Pork pigs, sinking offal, Od. —green bacon, 6s
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET,

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET,

FRIDAY. [YESTERDAY.] The supplies are moderate to-day owing the scarcity of fine fresh wheat more money generally demanded, bu trade being only slow, late prices have to be taken effec sales. Fine barley sells well, at former terms; secondary qualities continue very unsaleable.
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LAW OF DIVORCE.

THE LAW OF DIVORCE.

©alette. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1853. The first Report of the Commissioners appointed her Majesty to advise and report upon the Law Divorce has been issued. The report coutains very pretty summary of the facts; but when we recollect that nearly all the facts contained the report are
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MINISTRY AT PLAY.

THE MINISTRY AT PLAY.

The recess is nearly at an cud, and immediately "allowing it the ministers must be prepared for some tough work, if they are to give satisfaction to the pubhc or obtain credit for themselves. Easter week general holiday for nearly every rank and profession—editors excepted—and t
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
North York Militia.—Her Majesty has been pleased to direct tbat the North York Regiment of Militia shall be formed into

North York Militia.—Her Majesty has been pleased to direct tbat the North York Regiment of Militia shall be formed into

a Rifle Corps, and called henceforth the " North York Rifle Regiment of Militia." The commissioners appointed to conduct the inquiry into the corrupt practices at elections at Hull are William Carpenter Roe, Esq., Q.C., W. Forsyth, Esq., and W. Baliol Brett, Esq. Loss of Teeth.—
April 2, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England