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In the House of Commons last night, Mr. Collier gave notice that it was his intention, on an early day,

In the House of Commons last night, Mr. Collier gave notice that it was his intention, on an early day,

to move for leave to bring in a bill to transfer the testamentary jurisdiction at present exercised by the ecclesiastical courts to the superior courts of com- mon law and to the county courts. As the hon. and learned gentleman has evidently paid more thaa a passing attention to
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LANCASTER ELECTION.

LANCASTER ELECTION.

The polling commenced yesterday, but bad not closed at the despatch of our report. The following, however, brings the voting down to 3 o'clock, when the return of Mr. Greene seemed secure : — STATE OF THE POLL. NINE O'CLOCK. Greene (Conservative) 148 Armstrong (Radical) 100 Majo
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
A Cabinet Council was held yesterday afternoon at the Foreign-office, Downing-street. The Ministers present were the Earl of Aberdeen, Lord

A Cabinet Council was held yesterday afternoon at the Foreign-office, Downing-street. The Ministers present were the Earl of Aberdeen, Lord

John Russell, Earl Gran- ville, tbe Duke of Argyll, the Marquis of Lansdowne, Vis- count Palme-ston, the Earl of Clarendon, the Duke of New- castle, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir James Graham, Sir Charles Wood, the Right Hon. Sidney Herbert, and Sir William Molesworth. Th
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER ROBBERY.

NEWSPAPER ROBBERY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING POST. Sir, — May I take the liberty to make public through your journal a great grievance, from which, as I have reason to know, many others suffer seriously as well as myself? I have relations at Port Philip. For the last 18 months I have been in th
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Sudden Death of Mr. Lang, Master Ship- wright.—Mr. Oliver Lang, master-shipwright, at Wool- wich Dockyard, who was quite well and

Sudden Death of Mr. Lang, Master Ship- wright.—Mr. Oliver Lang, master-shipwright, at Wool- wich Dockyard, who was quite well and

cheerful, and on board the Royal Albert screw steam-ship and Terrible steam- frigate, on Monday afternoon, inspecting the progress of these vessels, died shortly before ono o'clock on Tuesday morning. Mr. Lang was 75 years of age, 27 of which he served as master-shipwright, at W
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
. _.IMPORTANT FROM SPAIN..■o*

. _.IMPORTANT FROM SPAIN..■o*

. _ IMPORTANT FROM SPAIN. ■o* RESIGNATION OF THE SPANISH CABINET. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. (from our own correspondent.. MADRID, Saturday. The Ministry have presented their resignations to the Queen, who is to decide whether she accepts it in 24 hours.
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, 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
 
THE CONTINENT.

THE CONTINENT.

TURKEY. All the accounts from Constantinople to the 25th ult., which have been brought by the Tancrede to Marseilles, concur in stating that great mystery con- tinued to hang over the mission of Prince Menschikoff. He had, however, taken no new steps of importance ; and, accordi
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

Last night "L'Elisir d'Amore" was 'given for the first time this season, Adina being personated by Madlle. Bosio, Belcore by Tagliafico, Nemorino by Luchesi, and Dulcamara by Ronconi. Madlle. Bosio, it may be remembered, made her debut in London as the heroine of this opera; and
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ROYAL MARIONETTE THEATRE.. •

ROYAL MARIONETTE THEATRE.. •

ROYAL MARIONETTE THEATRE. • Mr. Harry Lee Carter gave "a private view" last evening at this theatre, of " The two Lands of Gold." The enter- tainment is divided into two portions : tbe first consisting of scenes in California, and the second of similar localities in Australia. Th
April 13, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England