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THE FOREIGN CORN TRADE.

THE FOREIGN CORN TRADE.

(From tho Mark-lane Express.) The frost does not appear have departed so soon the Continent with us; but thaw seems to have set in pretty generally about the 29th ult. Owing, however, the thickncs of the ice, it was not expected that the navigation of the different rivers and ha
April 5, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Civil Side.

Civil Side.

Mr. Justice Maule took his seat in this Court at 11 o’clock. There were nine causes entered for trial, of which three are to be tried by special juries—one of which, however, withdrawn. The causes so far tried were of very minor importance. LIVERPOOL, April Crown Court.— (Before
April 5, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Ditto New 401.

Ditto New 401.

Londonderry & Coleraine I Londonderry & Etmiskil. .Mooches. Shef.&Llncolus. jDo.Mauclios. <k Lincoln U. Midland DU to iiirniiijgh. & Derby Newmarket.. Newport, Aber. Herefd. Mewryaud Euniskiliou .. arr. dt Hostrevor Norfolk Ditto New SOI Nuuiieru Counties Union Dritish Devon, No
April 5, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1853.

THE GLOBE, TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1853.

MARKETS THIS DAT. COLONIAL MARKETS. Tea.—Owimr to sonic of the dealers anticipating reduction the duties, tho amount of buslnes* doing iu this market since our last has been limited, nevertheless, importers continue tinn, and prices are well supported. Common sound congou is sel
April 5, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COAL MARI

COAL MARI

(Price of Coals per Ton at Bate’s West Hartley Hartlepool W. Hartley 10 3 Hedley’s Hartley .. 15 Holywell . J 7 W. Hartley Nctliertou 15 6 Longridge’s W. Hartley 3 North Percy Hartley Ravenswortli W. Hartley 16 Uedheugh Maiu .. v Ste , .vart’> Hartley .. I'autietd Moor .. Moor B
April 5, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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MANURES. STEVENS & COLEMAN BIS CALL THB ATTIBTIOH Of AaiICCLTCBUTS TO THBIK SPLENDID STOCK SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME AND CORN MANURES,

MANURES. STEVENS & COLEMAN BIS CALL THB ATTIBTIOH Of AaiICCLTCBUTS TO THBIK SPLENDID STOCK SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME AND CORN MANURES,

TURNIPS. WHEAT. BABLHT, OATS, Ac. NOW LYING AT THEIR NEW WORKS, DEVONS LANE. BROMLEY-BY-BOW, MIDDLESEX. ORDERS TO BE ADDRESSED AS ABOVE, OK TO THEIB OFFICE, 73, XABX LANE, LONDON. References tbe leading Agriculturists of E«ex. Hertfordshire, Wiltshire, Hants, Susses, Surrey, Ac.
April 5, 1853 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
NEW & EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF PAPER HANGINGS

NEW & EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF PAPER HANGINGS

AT TEST BEDUCHD PRICES, H. MYERS’ TJPHOLBTEBT AND CARPET WAREHOUSE. TWO DOORS FROM THE BRIDGE, HIGH-STREET, CHELMSFORD. IN Inviting inspection of PAPER HANGINGS, CARPETS, DAMASKS, &c. just selected, of designs and best manufacture, H. M. begs to assure her Friends and the Public
April 5, 1853 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
LANCASHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

LANCASHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

TANCASHIRE SPRING ASSIZES. Is, ?? -- Eli. IsSI 1, CROWN COURT. He £DEP?I1E PlOt. JOSTICIS CIt!SSWELL.] Bes S. be r. FRIDAY, APRIL l* ahij r. Jo/eu Sever (aged 24), ?? for a rape on Hannah foni r. M'Hale at Faruwortb, was acquitted, an alibi having egg ? been pr?ived toy, ? James
April 5, 1853 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTHLLIGF~E.l RAILWAY TRAFFIC Name of Railwvay. W~eek. Aberdeen ?? 15D00 Belfast and Ballymena. . 784 B1'head, L.,& Cheshire . 1916 B'burn (Its B. C.&aW.Y.) 788 Bristol and Exeter ?? 4193 Csledonian ?? 8872 Chester and Holyhead .. S281 Cork and. Bandon ?? 176 Cork, Bleckr
April 5, 1853 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECCLESIASTICAL.

The Bishop of Oxford has instituted the Rev. Moses Mitchell, M.A., curate of Islip, and chaplain to the Mar. chioness of Bute, to the vicarage of Wroxton with Balsc6tt annexed, near Baebury, rendered vacant by the death of the Rev. Thomas Wyatt, M.A., ol the nomination of Lady G
April 5, 1853 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England