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Devon and Cornwall News.

Devon and Cornwall News.

Illness of the Bishop of Exeter.—The Bishop of Exeter was to have preached on Sunday, at Christ Church, Hoxton, but was prevented illness from fulfilling his engagement. Frightful Death.—A poor man, who has been in tha habit of sleeping on the lime-kilns, for some time, at Connt
April 7, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
FLORICULTURE. G. K. COTTON RESPECTFULLY acquaints his Friends and the Public generally that he has received a fresh supply of

FLORICULTURE. G. K. COTTON RESPECTFULLY acquaints his Friends and the Public generally that he has received a fresh supply of

NEW FLOWER SEEDS, in choice variety; amongst which will be found several New Annuals. N.B.—Catalogues may be had on application. High-Cross Barnstaple, April 7th, 1553. GENERAL AND FANCY DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 11 and 12, High Street, Barnstaple. J. LAKEMAN RESPECTFULLY informs h
April 7, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
jLACK WOOD'S MAGAZINE, 3 No. CCCCL. for April 185 S. Price 2s. Gel. TEXT*. Temperance and Teetotal Societies. John Rintoul;

jLACK WOOD'S MAGAZINE, 3 No. CCCCL. for April 185 S. Price 2s. Gel. TEXT*. Temperance and Teetotal Societies. John Rintoul;

or. The Fragment of the Wreck. Part 11. A Modern French Comedy. and its Irrigation. Lady Lees Widowhood. Part IV. Twenty Years in the Philippine Islands. Hints tor Legislation. kwooii It Sons, Edinburgh and London. PROTESTANT AND FIRE INSURANCE •ASSOCIATION. far Dingwall— D, 6.
April 7, 1853 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
IRISH PAUPERISM.

IRISH PAUPERISM.

The recent history of Irish pauperism is very compendiously and strikingly given in a tabular return just issued the House of Commons, embracing, though rather by instances than entirely, the period from to 1852, both inclusive. One table gives the expenditure under the various
April 7, 1853 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
PERTH SHIPPING LIST.

PERTH SHIPPING LIST.

Arrivals. March 31. Vine, J.icksun. Hartlepool. coal«: John and Jean, Clark, Seaham, coals; Diadetr, Jackson, Newcastle, coals; Klisa, Melville, do. do.— Api 1 1. Agnes, M'Kenzie, Hartlepool, coals.—2. Georgina, Jar dine. do. do.—3. Eclipse. M'Donuld, Newcastle, coals. —I. Dunke
April 7, 1853 - Perthshire Advertiser - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
SALE OF WOOD.

SALE OF WOOD.

There will Public R-.up, at Lunrarty. on Saturday, the 30th April, current, at Twelve o’clock, \CoN3iDEitaBLr Quantity OAK, ASH, KLM, PLANE, BEECH, LARCH, and POPLAR TREES, many <>f tlu-m a large size. Also, Quantity FIREWOOD. All the Wood, with exception the Oak, cut down, and
April 7, 1853 - Perthshire Advertiser - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
FAIRS IN PERTH AND FORFA R SIII RES,

FAIRS IN PERTH AND FORFA R SIII RES,

FAIRS PERTH AND FORFA SIII RES, TO UK HELD IN APRIL. Aberfeldy, liorses and cattle, last Thursday, *>.s. Bcaitlv, or .Muir Ord. cattle, sheep, horses, M'ednes. Black lord, cattle and hnsiness, Wednesday. Braco, cattle ami stallion show, last Tuesday. Braemar, Castletown of, last
April 7, 1853 - Perthshire Advertiser - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
LOMBARDY.

LOMBARDY.

Milan, March 30,—News has reached this city from Vienna of the proposed substitution of the civil for the military power throughout Lombardy. All the emigrants are to amnestied. Marshal Radetxky is resign his post In favour of the Archduke illiam, the Emperor’s brother. Genoa. M
April 7, 1853 - Falkirk Herald - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
KKOM LLOYD'S LIST.

KKOM LLOYD'S LIST.

LLOYD'S LIST. rvnnt.tr. Afrit Tl.- Ariel, from Newcastle i* ~„ ,1,,,,.. rive tuiles from tin* port complete wreck; crew '"warkw’.rti!. March "S.-The Fame, of Dundee, from Bone** London, i* ash .re i R's'ks and badly oilited, hut Should the weal tier continue the cargo it expected
April 7, 1853 - Falkirk Herald - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIA.

We have again a variety of accounts from Australia, and though public news have been anticipated, yet there are number of things which are interesting alike to individuals and neighbourhoods. The Great Britain steamer arrived at Liverpool on Saturday last after 86 days from Melb
April 7, 1853 - Stirling Observer - Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland