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GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

Bexevolbnce.—Sir R. W. Carden requested that the Press would acknowledge for him the receipt of the following charitable contributions in favour of James Havaland, the artilleryman, who was injured in trying to save the life of Sergeant Patterson at the late fire in Holborn. Fro
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BOW-STREET.

BOW-STREET.

George Fores, who originally gave the name of Edward Langley, was brought before Mr. Henry for re-examination on the charge of stealing two newspapers from the Commercial Coffee-house, in Chandos-street. Henry Wheeler, the prosecutor, said he did not wish to proceed with the cha
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WORSHIP STREET.

WORSHIP STREET.

Militia Frauds.—fE/a. Johnson, alias Jones, was placed at the bar before Mr. D’Eyncourt, charged, upon his own confession, with having enlisted in five different regiments militia, in which he had been duly attested and enrolled, and obtained the usual bounty of 10s. in each ins
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

LIVERPOOL, April 6. High Water 10.28.—Wind W.S.W., fresh, A derelict vesselof at tout 500 tons, with painted ports and a figure head, apparently of female, was passed on the 23d. The Excelsior, from New York, while at anchor this morning off the Crosly light-ship, had signal of
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COAL-EXCHANGE, April 6 Prices of Coal per Ton at the close of the Market:— s. d.' 16 0

COAL-EXCHANGE, April 6 Prices of Coal per Ton at the close of the Market:— s. d.' 16 0

Bate’s West Hartley s. d. Lambton Primrose 19 3 Ditto Braddyll 19 6 Ditto Lambton 19 6 Ditto Stewart’s 20 0 Ditto Hettou Hartlepool... 19 6 Ditto South Hartlepool... 19 6 Ditto Thornley Ditto West Kelloe 19 0 Ditto Whitworth 16 6 Ditto Tees 0 Graigola 22 0 FothergilTs Aberdare S
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HUrriaor*.

HUrriaor*.

March 29. at St. Mary’s Church, Leamington. Mr. J. P. Nicks, upholsterer, fourth son of Mr John Nicks, Banbury, to Martha, youngest daughter of Mr. J. Tims, builder, Leamington. March 31, St. Giles’s, Northampton, John N. Malleson. E«n . solicitor, London, to Ids, eldest daughter
April 7, 1853 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
T. OMAVEM CO. ESPECTPCLLT Inform Inhabitaatt Bonliorj oml \ lw that I bar kaw lakan Pmtlar. t Placa. lalalr oranplaJ

T. OMAVEM CO. ESPECTPCLLT Inform Inhabitaatt Bonliorj oml \ lw that I bar kaw lakan Pmtlar. t Placa. lalalr oranplaJ

MaMra. Boaaaa* lhaf bate opanad tbla day, April 7th, aa ' GROCERS, TEA DEALERS, AND PROVISION MERCHANTS. Tram hating atpatiaocW far tba laat Tvritr rrara Ihr natomi of tba Banhary tia<a a knowMga tha brri mar* porebaain* far caah, tkajr far) eooflJaat of hrtng rnablrd to aapplj
April 7, 1853 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTY FIRE OFFICE, M. REGENT STREET, and J. ROYAL RXCHANOB SUILDIHOb LONDON. THE Directora of the Cotmrt Fun Ornct beg

COUNTY FIRE OFFICE, M. REGENT STREET, and J. ROYAL RXCHANOB SUILDIHOb LONDON. THE Directora of the Cotmrt Fun Ornct beg

ta inform their Potiry-holdera that the Lady Day Renenrala are now in the htnda of the teeeral Agentt of the Company, and that the tame ahould paid before the tth of April. The terms of the Con art Finn Orncx are highly bentfeitl to the intnred. Retnrnt are paid at tlated pariod
April 7, 1853 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE PREMISES FOMERELY OCCUPIED BY THE LATE

THE PREMISES FOMERELY OCCUPIED BY THE LATE

JOHN KALABERGO, HIGH STREET, BANBURY, RAVING UNDERGONE EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS, ARE NOW OPENED BY TANNER, BROTHERS, WITH eotirly new end choice Stock of DRAPERT GOODS, the whole of which bs.e been lelectrd with greet care in the beat market., and which for their durability and nov
April 7, 1853 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Uttrram Critracts..

Uttrram Critracts..

Uttrram Cri tracts.. King David's (of Scotland) Invasion or England —In the \ear 1346, David 11.. km* ot Scotland, in order to gratify Philip, king ol Frame, uudertook a most treacherous and unprovokel invasion of England, during the absence of Edward and his son, the Prince of W
April 7, 1853 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England