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MARKET CHRONICLE.

MARKET CHRONICLE.

BATH MARKET, Saturday, April 2. .Vheatfpsrqr.) 3Ss to (Oats to 26s Sarley Beans Sits Ma Bread (the 41b loaf)—Wheaten, J , standard. (For otter Bath Markets, set paye.} COUNTRY MARKETS, &c Bristol Corn Exchange, Thursday, Mar. 81.—Wheat (per bushel), English, 5s to 6s 9d; foreign
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Great Western Railway.-Up trains leave Bath at . Hi' all lha *-|t>f - Bristol *****

Great Western Railway.-Up trains leave Bath at . Hi' all lha *-|t>f - Bristol *****

April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH POST OFFICE.

BATH POST OFFICE.

r which the Box is closed for Letters sent to th. The Hours ai rotlou , in " nl the Bradford places'(da, mail) ~8 -ad m»«» with Wra 930 „„, h and Frome (except Sundays) I*" m " . w-.ymoutb.na With extra sump Bristol- •• •• 30 afternoon Ditto via . 3 afternoon North ""d ßruWl ..
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE QUARTER’S REVENUE.

THE QUARTER’S REVENUE.

The account of the Quarter s Revenue, made up to the of April, is highly satisfactory. The actual figures for the quarter are— laerease. Decrease. Customs £182,193 Excise £28,517 Stamps 141,764 Taxes 183,572 Property Tax 83,406 Post-Office 23,000 Crown Lands 8,000 Miscellaneous
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath City Lectures. The Eleventh Lecture was delivered yesterday evening, by Dr. Falconer; on •The Development, Structure, and Functions of

Bath City Lectures. The Eleventh Lecture was delivered yesterday evening, by Dr. Falconer; on •The Development, Structure, and Functions of

Leaves The Rev. J. Murch presided. The subject was an able, lucid, and scientific manner, and illustrated variety of microscopic representations of the curious processes by which the mysterious operations Nature iv vegetable physiology are carried on, unrecognized tbe human facu
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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CHELTENHAM STEEPLE CHASES.-Tuesday.

CHELTENHAM STEEPLE CHASES.-Tuesday.

Sweepstakes of sovs. each, with 2u added—Justice (Cook), J ; 2. Fre SelIin Steeple Chase 5 sovs. each, with a ed (Collipgbourne). 1 Nom-de-Guerre "' , iet <>• N ,ue others ran. Won by six lengths Welter Steeple Chase of 10 sovs. each.—Exminster (Mr Wilfitt), 1 ; Miracle. 2. Thre
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CROXTON PARK RACES.-(This Day.)

CROXTON PARK RACES.-(This Day.)

Belvoir Castle Stakes.—Grapeshot, Begum c ' 2. Won cleverly. Croxton Park Plate.—Jack the Corner, 1; Alfred the Great, 2. Gold Cup.—Caurire, 1; Smuggler Bill, 2. A fine race.
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

OF LORDS. Address of the British Merchants Monday, April __L o rd Campbell called the attention to the Emperor of a j,t r ess lately presented by some Lonof the House to the m peror the French. He believed don merchant# tation Q f suc h address by auy one except that the P r ®fj
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Steamer Great Britain.—The screw-steamship Great Britain, B. R. Mat thews, Commander, whose arrival from Australia has been long anxiously

The Steamer Great Britain.—The screw-steamship Great Britain, B. R. Mat thews, Commander, whose arrival from Australia has been long anxiously

looked for, arrived at Liverpool on Saturday. The pier-heads, for three or four miles length were closely packed with people. The Great Britain has brought passengers, and golddust of the value about £550,000, besides, a large amount the hands passengers. The of the Great Britai
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EASTER VESTRIES.

EASTER VESTRIES.

adjourned vestry meeting of the parish of Lyncombe and Widconibe was held on Thursday last, for the purpose of nominating Overseers and Commissioners Land and Assessed Taxes for the year eusuiug. Mr. Gibbs, one of the Churchwardens, presided. Mr. Punter proposed that Mr. Nokes s
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England