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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF COMMONS— This Day. The Spkakkr took the chair at twelve o'clock. Sn- R. INGLIS presented several petition fr. in v-_ri -us places in Soitlaad against the abolition of t(st. n tbe Scottish Universities; also several petition! _'ga ;st the opening ofthe Crystal Palace on
April 13, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SECOND EDITION,'

SECOND EDITION,'

SECOND EDITION, ' STANDaIRD OFFICE, SEVEN O'CLOCK. — ■*•« PRAYER ANO THANKSGIVING FOR THE QUEFN. The following is a copy of the Form of Prayer and Thanksgiving for the safe Delivery of the Queen, and the happy Birth of a Prince, composed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, to be use
April 13, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL.

THE OVERLAND MAIL.

I (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) MARSEILLES, April 12. The Mail from Calcutta arrived hero this day. FRANCE. (From the Morning Herald.) (from our own correspondent.) PARIS, Tuesday Evening. The following has been received from Madrid by express, dated the Bth :—" The President of the
April 13, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

DEATH OF THE MASTER SHIPWRIGHT OF WOOLWICH. It is with much regret that wo announce the death of Mr. Oliver Lang, the senior master shipwright iv her Ma- jesty's service, and for the last 27 years master shipsviight of Woolwich Dockyard. Mr. Lang, although of a good old age, was
April 13, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LANCASTER ELECTION.

LANCASTER ELECTION.

Tho polling took place yesterday. The proceedings were throughout very *>eaceable and orderly. The state of the poll was aa follows : — Greene. Armstrong. Ten o'clock ?? ?? 207 ?? 318 Eleven ?? „. ?? 404 308 Close of tho poll ?? 6GB ?? 513
April 13, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 

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1 W Notice to Shippers.— To Boston and Halifax: Chief Cabin coD] Passage, 251.; Second Cabin I'assage, 15L; Rate of

1 W Notice to Shippers.— To Boston and Halifax: Chief Cabin coD] Passage, 251.; Second Cabin I'assage, 15L; Rate of

Freight, M 3L per Ton measurement— To New York: Rate of Chief ai Cabin Passage, 30L ; Second Cabin Passage, 2t)l ; Rate of 0 »i Freight, 4LperTon measurement. 'URITISH and NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL ) I MAIL STEAMSHlPS, appointedbythe Admiraltyto AILbetweenLIVERPOOLand NEW YORKDIRECT.
April 13, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

VICE CHANCELLORS' COURTS— Tuesday. (Before Sir Riohard Kindersley.) This Court resumed its sittings to-day at Lincoln's-inn, previously to Easter Term, when the Courts will sit at Wrest- minster. The term, it is understood, will be opened on Friday with tho usual formalities. (B
April 13, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHIP NBWS.

SHIP NBWS.

?? _n__ ! Arrived. | Doe. | Depart. ?? 2 0 Daily. Ostond 1 0 Daily. Holland 0 0 Wed__Bat, Hamburg 1 0 Tue.&Fri. Dublin 2 0 Daily. Jersey and Guernsey 1 0 M-W-AFrl. Uabon, Spain, and Gibraltar 0 April 16. April 17. Greece, Egypt, 4c, via Southamptoi 0 'April 20. April 20. Mediter
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PENINSULAR and ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. YEW ARRANGEMENTS, AND REDUCED FARES AND FREIGHTS. DEPARTURES OUTWARDS. INDIA and CHINA, viA EGYPT

PENINSULAR and ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. YEW ARRANGEMENTS, AND REDUCED FARES AND FREIGHTS. DEPARTURES OUTWARDS. INDIA and CHINA, viA EGYPT

— For Aden, Ceylon, Madras, Calcutta, Penang, Singapore, and Hong Kong, on the 4th and 20th of every month from Southampton, and on the 10th and 26th from Marseilles. _ _. ?? . AUSTRALIA, vi_ SINGAPORE.— For Adelaide, Port Philip, and Sydney (touching at Batavia), on the 4th of
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 12, 1853.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 12, 1853.

Lord Chamberlains-Office, April 11, 1853. Notice is hereby given, that his Royal Highness Prince Albert will, by the desire of her Majesty, hold levees at St. James's Palace, on behalf of her Majesty, on the following at two o'clock : — Wednesday, the 20th instant. Wednesday, th
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England