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A NOVELTY.—ENGLISII WIIIsKY.

A NOVELTY.—ENGLISII WIIIsKY.

r It I $ K Y, of a purity seldom, [A attained in Scotland. The Price is 7.. a (talk., 0.P.. and will be found of finer quality than what is 'unmanly had at Bs. a Callon. W11,1.15)1 WA L Kb:11. Cupar, kith April 1853.
April 7, 1853 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
miroaTANT

miroaTANT

many medicine Venders when asked for Dr Lococu's attempt to sell' Wafers,' end other pr► tPti.er.y.toi:bniint.nalibuirger nesa rzro i Y b il y t ° brth i :e ng sal na t e:: " f ge s i o n n itt te.d i.e ccenterfei — .6e bleaule in r . The l'oblle is theroforeenutionwl that the o
April 7, 1853 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
WEST INDIA MAIL

WEST INDIA MAIL

The royal mail steam-ship Ana arrived at South. ampton on Saturday, with the West ladie s Pawl*, red Mexican mails. Her dates are—Vera Cr.,, March Rh; Tampico, 6th; llaveanab. 19th; Jennies. tab ; 1 Ith ; Trinidad, lath; Barbie-Wee, 13th; Choirs, 111th; Thomas, ash. Amounts from
April 7, 1853 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS.

SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS.

Igs T week the pupils in the Duchess of Arryl:'s female taught by Orr, were examined by the Kew. Dr Smith, Rev. T. C. )lactaginirt, and James Eft, of Argyle. There were also present Miss Itobertson, Mrs Maclaurin, Miss Macpherson, Miss Walker, mud other As in farmer a considerab
April 7, 1853 - Dumbarton Herald and County Advertiser - Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
No new Scotch bankrupts in Tuesday's Game.

No new Scotch bankrupts in Tuesday's Game.

lAr Gazelle . T. D. Steam. plumber, glazier, painter, Ipswich. J. Turner, grocer and .Irsper, 1 ti.bl, Suswx. W lAtham, boot and shoemaker, Shelton, Stoke-upsn- Trent, Staßiwa-hire. B. Bunting, no., B. Bunting, jun., and It. Durrant, tallow chandlers. Norwich. J. Broome, victual
April 7, 1853 - Dumbarton Herald and County Advertiser - Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
ALLOA GRAIN MARKET—Aram 2.

ALLOA GRAIN MARKET—Aram 2.

There were IRS bulls grain in market to-day. Priem much the as 15.4 week. Oats and beans rather im- - ' civ i :tl . . lbs. Price. Average. S 3 Wheat, 19 to 20. 04 to 1.21 94.....22. 2+4 25 85r1ey,....54 to 541 22s 6.1 to 23s Od.....Tsts 70 a 41 to 44 l4s 64 to 04 IS. 44 5 Beaus-
April 7, 1853 - Dumbarton Herald and County Advertiser - Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
SPECIAL BORIC!. TO THE ADVANTAGE OF THIS YEAR'S ENTRY, I'lloPoS.ll-S FOR LIFE ASSURANCES ON THE PARTICIPATION SCHEME SHOULD BE LODGED

SPECIAL BORIC!. TO THE ADVANTAGE OF THIS YEAR'S ENTRY, I'lloPoS.ll-S FOR LIFE ASSURANCES ON THE PARTICIPATION SCHEME SHOULD BE LODGED

Al IRE HEAD OFFICE 4.111 AGENCIES ON BEFORE Writ APRIL. T • HE NORTHERN ASSU- RANCE COMPANY 1636. Dayourotarro ST sroutat. ACT PAR/IMO/NT. WESTERN BRANCH. HEAD (*NICE is CiLissiow-19 Sr Voic vet Puts.. At the TWO LAST INVESTIGATIONS into the Affairs A this Corporation. Large Add
April 7, 1853 - Dumbarton Herald and County Advertiser - Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
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
 
LANGFORD, SOMERSET, llj miles from Bi-istol, and miles from Yatton Station. TO be LET, Furnished or Unfurnished, with Immediate Possession,

LANGFORD, SOMERSET, llj miles from Bi-istol, and miles from Yatton Station. TO be LET, Furnished or Unfurnished, with Immediate Possession,

COMMODIOUS FAMILY RESIDENCE, with a three-stall Stable, Coach House, two excellent Gardens and Orchard attached. Apply 410 Messrs. FOX and SIMMONS, Solicitors, Keynsham, near Bath ; or at 28, Corn Street, Bristol. FURNISHING IRONMONGERY SHOW ROOMS, 1, BURTON STREET, and 10, QUIE
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England