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GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND ADJOINING COUNTIES.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND ADJOINING COUNTIES.

Grand Horticultural Fete in Gloucester.— We are glad to hear that the arrangements for the great horticultural fete, to be held at the Spa during the approaching exhibition of the Royal Agricultural Society, are far completed, that a scheme of prizes has beeD prepared, the aggre
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
CHELTENHAM IMPROVEMENT ACT.

CHELTENHAM IMPROVEMENT ACT.

COMMISSIONERS' MONTHLY MEETING. Friday last the usual monthly meeting of the Town Commissioners was held at t'ie Commissioners rooms, the Public Office; at which there were present the follow ing gentlemen * —Mr. Fallon, Chairman; Commissioners Webster, Harford, Masill, Hudlesto
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MUNIFICENT BEQUEST TO THE CITY OF LONDON CHARITIES.

MUNIFICENT BEQUEST TO THE CITY OF LONDON CHARITIES.

A munificent bequest has just been distributed amongst City charities by the trustees of the will of Miss Hardwick, late of Chesterfield, in Derbyshire. This lady's father was in early life a surgeon in the mercantile navy, and for some years before his decease carried on busine
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
RETURN PRICES OF GRAIN.

RETURN PRICES OF GRAIN.

WHEAT. Per qr. OATS. s lbs. s English—White ......... 47 60 English—Feed... 39...17 19 Ked Potato & 41... It 1ri5h........................... Scotch—Feed — 40 41...20 Potato —— 42 44...21 Dantaic 52 Irish—Feed—- 41... Baltic. Red —46 52 Potato —.... 41 21 Russian Black 38-.17 18
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Cheltenham General Hospital and Dispensary. For Week ending Saturday, April Mem. Worn. CM. Remained in Hospital lut Saturday 23 2

Cheltenham General Hospital and Dispensary. For Week ending Saturday, April Mem. Worn. CM. Remained in Hospital lut Saturday 23 2

Admitted since*. ........ 0 2 Discharged, Cured ........ S 0 Left, Voluntarily, or Believed .. Died 0 1 1 4 Remain in Hoapital.. «• .. .. 19 21 2 Dispensary Caaes, admitted during the Week 25 93 Pkptician Ike Week, Surgeon at ike H'tek, Win. Gibney, M.D. Augustus Erei, Mi).
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
BIRTHS. Match 31, Gloucester, the wife of Frederick George Beale, Esq., of daughter. April 5, 36, St. Paul's Street North,

BIRTHS. Match 31, Gloucester, the wife of Frederick George Beale, Esq., of daughter. April 5, 36, St. Paul's Street North,

the wife of Mr. Thomas Harper, a daughter. MARRIED. At Tewkesbury Abbey, Mr. Heuiy Lewis Pearce, of Camp Hill, Birmingham, Emma, only daughter of Mr. John Russell, of Vine Cottage, this town. March 24, Leamington, Mr. Titus Clee, tobacconist, of this town, to Elizabeth, only dau
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

The Cologne tte contains a detailed account of the conspiracy wuich was discovt-red at Berlin on the 29th ult. consequence of information which the police authorities had received, about houses were surrounded and searched on Saturday last, and about persons were immediately arr
April 7, 1853 - Dorset County Chronicle - Dorchester, Dorset, England
 
OUR AUSTRALIAN COLUMN.

OUR AUSTRALIAN COLUMN.

Some further pepert just peeacmed Parliament on the Au»tr>lian "old di*eoteriw brine (be enrmp4»od«nee which km taken place "etwe«n the authoriilc* of (tie mpcciire enloaiM of New South Walra. Victoria, and South Australia the Hoom down the laie*t period. With regard South Wales
April 7, 1853 - Dorset County Chronicle - Dorchester, Dorset, England
 
FINANCE COMMITTEE.

FINANCE COMMITTEE.

Mr. Farqi-uarson presented his Report, which stated that the Committee having examined the accounts of the last quarter find the payments have been 3020/. 13s. l.Jd., and the receiptsconsisting of the following sums, 866/. 3s. JWd., the balance hand the last sessions, three coun
April 7, 1853 - Dorset County Chronicle - Dorchester, Dorset, England
 
Commercial Epitome.

Commercial Epitome.

Considerable arrivals of corn have come from the Mediterranean, and considerable quantities are on their way from the United States, which are partly forced forward the state the money market there. ' For Indian corn there is a demand for Ireland, and the price has improved. Our
April 7, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England