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BRIGHTON

BRIGHTON

No. 1667. XUSHTOK SAZKTTX PUMTUIO 0771CZ. X?VERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING' JCi ucorriD with economy and dispatch by OVBTIE AND 00., buobton printing office, PAVILION DORMITORIES, Piinci’s Place. Bocks, Paapklots. TradMßun’s Cords tad Circnlon, AneUoaoon’ CoUlocom ud PoaUag tod Hu
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
BRIGHTON GAZETTE—THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1853.

BRIGHTON GAZETTE—THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1853.

will join gwUrajo ta tha txpmM priatlof aod drcahtioc ia too town of BHihtoo tboaund or man oopio* of It. Sir, Yoor obedient eemat, ARTHUR W. WOODS. Brighton, April 4,1853. u ruaiTiait?” It to ** utterly njeet lad the principle Proteoten tiam hereay, with all its forma, secta, o
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
fJiEACHERS OF WRITING. UR. AND MRS. BRIANT, TEACHERS IN THE NEW SYSTEM. Eatabliabment, 104, CHURCH STREET (oppoatto tha Ptrilioo). Ladica

fJiEACHERS OF WRITING. UR. AND MRS. BRIANT, TEACHERS IN THE NEW SYSTEM. Eatabliabment, 104, CHURCH STREET (oppoatto tha Ptrilioo). Ladica

in the Italian Style.-Leeaonl one hour each.— Mr and Mrs Britni (narnutaa food improremeot, may the band ba ever ao cramped, at any are in one week. Arithmetic and Book-keepin* by Bins la and doable entry. Termt not half which are charted In London. Got attendance to all parte o
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
TMOTICE OF REMOVAL.—MISS FLINDELL, from Madame Hardy’s, Albemarle Street, aocccaaor BRBWBR, Dreaa Maker, bets to inform ber Friends and the

TMOTICE OF REMOVAL.—MISS FLINDELL, from Madame Hardy’s, Albemarle Street, aocccaaor BRBWBR, Dreaa Maker, bets to inform ber Friends and the

Public that ahe baa RBMOVBD from IS4|, North Street, «». BAST BTRBBT. In annonnclaf her remoral, Miss Flindell takas the opportunity aasnre those ladies «bo may honour ber with their patronage, that exertion on ber pert will wanting ensure the con* tinoanee tbe favours already s
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
Established 18 St, F. GLADING, WATCH k CLOCK MAKER, SILVERSMITH, JEWELLER, AND ENGRAVER. No. 47, Kiao’s Road, BmaHTON, JJEGS to

Established 18 St, F. GLADING, WATCH k CLOCK MAKER, SILVERSMITH, JEWELLER, AND ENGRAVER. No. 47, Kiao’s Road, BmaHTON, JJEGS to

inform the Public that he con- AJ atantly on hand new aad wlect aiinitminl Clocks. China Vaaaa, Figure* of lb. «Nt quality, aad reeb price* at mast (in aarisfactiOß. F. O. baa oa baad a large aswrtmeot of Bagllah and Geneva Watches superior wcekmeaabip, la gold, from ID*, to M7O
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
DANCING CALISTHENIC EXERCISES.—Mrs EDWIN EVANS (lata Miss L. Giroux) begs inform the Nobility and Gentry of Brighton that the will

DANCING CALISTHENIC EXERCISES.—Mrs EDWIN EVANS (lata Miss L. Giroux) begs inform the Nobility and Gentry of Brighton that the will

RE-OPEN HER ACADEMIES for the eeeeon Tuesday, October Sth, ber residence', 63, Western Road. Tbs Scotch Rcela danced at Her Majesty*a Balls. Schools attended twice week.
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

At tbit duiioir tbt pait «Mk, wt b*»a hid pradand ncetuido Mitical druui ud BMID-dnsu, "hich hare bet* the ■mi d intrododot new fhete to the Bri|btOo pnMte. lanmod tzaooiit thiM, uconot hi* nyniartiaf Ihi peinetoil charaetm, la B. F. Sotille. In the dwnctm d BUIMm,” in Olivtr Tt
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
SEED MARKET. Wa harcreceired large arrirala olctoreraecd form abroad dartog tba eight tea days, which baa aatarally depraaaed prkea more

SEED MARKET. Wa harcreceired large arrirala olctoreraecd form abroad dartog tba eight tea days, which baa aatarally depraaaed prkea more

or Icoa, bat deaaaod haring been active, tba docliaa baa not needed par ewt. Canary seed wet placed oa mack Ike to-day aa before. Spring tarea ware rather
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
Easter City Sessions.

Easter City Sessions.

The General Quarter Sessions for the City were held at the (uunril Chamber, Tuesday, April sth, before W. M. BridoEr, £*i.. Recorder, when the following prisoners were tried:— John Painter, labourer, aged 45, was charged with stealing, ou the February, at the parish of Saint Pan
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
BRIGHTON REGATTA.

BRIGHTON REGATTA.

A masting, convened circular, was held at the New Ship Hotel, oaTuesday evening, for the purpose of innkiogdeiloitire arrangements respecting the forthcoming Regatta. The chair wee token Mr R. pTraMFLi* (the High Constable); and the meeting wee highly respectable and innoentlel
April 7, 1853 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England