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THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

THE NAV Y. PORTSMOUT1, APRIL 12. COURTS-MARTIAL.-TwO courts-martial were held on board her Majesty'd ship Victory this morning, under the president- ship of Captain Chads, C.B., of her Majestys ship Excellent. The first was for the trial of Mr. Francis Heartwell, mate of her Maje
April 13, 1853 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE—YESTERDAY.

POLICR-YESTERDAY. BOW STREET.- ?? Wilkinmon, described as a captain in the 73d Regiment, vras charged with aseaultiuc William Daniels, of 8, Sergeante'.inn, Pleet-street. The complainant stated that he was in the dress-circle of Drury-lane Theatre, with his wife, on Monday evenin
April 13, 1853 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INDIA AND CHINA.

INDIA AND CHINA.

A telegraphic despatch, dated Trieste, April 10, I p.m., announces that the steamer Adria had arrived in 137 hours from Alexandria. She brings advices from Calcutta to the sth March. There was no further intelligence from Burmah. The Governor-General had returned to Calcutta. Ad
April 13, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
APRIL 13. ' NOTICE! BURY REPOSITORY SALE. MESSRS. SALTER AND SIMPSON BKG inform their Friend*, and the that, though they

APRIL 13. ' NOTICE! BURY REPOSITORY SALE. MESSRS. SALTER AND SIMPSON BKG inform their Friend*, and the that, though they

have Postponed the opening of their hale Establishment for a time, it still their intention to rRO('EKI) WITH THE SALES,. FIRST WEDNESDAY IN EVERY .MONTH, As soon as the requisite Buildings, and other arrangements, are completed.
April 13, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
READY-MADE CLOTHES

READY-MADE CLOTHES

ESTABLISHMENT. J. BRQ^ra, LATE OF MR.J2TE. CLAYTON’S, BEGS to inform his friends and the public jMfmllv, fhat he has taken a SHOP. No. 26, GUTTER MARKET, which he intends OPENING on WEDNESDAY, April 6th, with an entire New and Extensive of GOODS, consisting of WEST OF ENGLAND BR
April 13, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 

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BURY AND NORWICH POST, AND SUFFOLK HERALD. BURY ST. EDMUND’S lirought under the supervision of a Committee the Privy Council,

BURY AND NORWICH POST, AND SUFFOLK HERALD. BURY ST. EDMUND’S lirought under the supervision of a Committee the Privy Council,

and, with consent Trustees, or without such consent under Parliamentary sanction, to be devoted to the purposes of public education. Judicial questions as haritics of less than 30/. a year are to be committed the County Court, those of larger amount to the Master the Rolls, or t
April 13, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST

LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST

ASSORTMENTS IN THE KINGDOM, NO. 37, ABBEYGATE STREET, BVRV ST. EDMVNirS. A FOUR-STALLED STABLE, GRANARIES, COACH HOUSE, and YARD, in Angel Lane, TO LET. HU. TUACY, DENTIST TACKET STREET, IPSWICH, Established Years, CONTINUES supply artificial teeth of every description from one
April 13, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
NEWMARKET.

NEWMARKET.

The Royal Agricultural Society’s Prize of Twenty Sovereigns is awarded to the Rev. Thomas Burroughes, of Gazeley, near Newmarket, for his Essay on the Bean Turnip Fallow, as the best essay the class of “Any other agricultural subject.” Melancholy Accident. —An inquest was held a
April 13, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
NEWMARKET COUNTY COURT, April 9.

NEWMARKET COUNTY COURT, April 9.

Before J. Collyer, Esq. Allen v. Moody. —Tins was an action of trover for 5/., the value of certain poods retained the defendant, plaintiff’s son in-law, hair-dresser, of this town. The plaintiff said that he and his wife went to live with the defendant; but he was afterwards tu
April 13, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
THE QUEENS HEALTH.

THE QUEENS HEALTH.

?? Th . following bulletin of the Queen's health was issued this morning:— BUCKINGHAM PALACE, April 13, 1853, Nine o'clock a.m. The Queen is convalescent. The infant Prince continues well. James Clark, M.D. Charles Locock, M.D. _^ Robert Ferguson, M.D. Her Majesty's recovery is
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England