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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
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

have intelligence from Bombay the Ist of March. Authentic accounts of the revolution at Ava have at length been received. While General Godwin was at Meaday, an embassy came down from Ava, consisting of two Burmeso chiefs, and two missionaries (an Austrian and an Italian), priso
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FASHIONS FOR APRIL.

FASHIONS FOR APRIL.

(From "Le Follet.'') Notwithstandingthe capricious state ofthe weather, the" Mode" accustomed to the changes of the season, continues its course, displaying here and there vestiges of rich novelties. The materials for robes vary greatly. For robes negligees and morning walking-d
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The regiment has been ordered to proceed to Australia. The number of Protestants in France is estimated at 3,000,000. Friday's

The regiment has been ordered to proceed to Australia. The number of Protestants in France is estimated at 3,000,000. Friday's

Gazette notifi.es that Manchester is hereafter to be designated * the City of Manchester." The Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton Railway will be opened as far as Evesham, on the of May. less than £20,000 has been subscribed for the re-building of Doncaster parish church, late
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
 
BATH COUNTY COURT.

BATH COUNTY COURT.

Saturday. Brethren of the Whip.—Warren v. Preedy.— The parti** this action are stage-coachmen, and the proceedings were taken by the plaintiff for the recovery of £2, the value b«* cape. Mr. Slack appeared for the defendant. . . g It appeared that, as long as three years ago, th
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
March 30, Buscot Rectory, Gloucestershire, the Rev. Thomas I). Dudson, Captain George Hudson, late Regt. Bengal Army, to Catherine Sarah,

March 30, Buscot Rectory, Gloucestershire, the Rev. Thomas I). Dudson, Captain George Hudson, late Regt. Bengal Army, to Catherine Sarah,

eldest daughter of the Rev. C. A. Brock. March 30, at Goostrey, Cheshire, by the Rev. Edward Luard, Rector of Winterslow, Wilts, the Rev. Octavius Luard, youngest son of the late Peter John Luard, Esq., of Blyborough Hall, Lincolnshire, to Sarah Maria, only daughter of the late
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England