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DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

OKVIIAMPfoN. Union. —The Board of Guardians of this Union, their weekly meeting on Saturday last, unanimously elected Miss Lillicrapp schoolmistress to their Union Workhouse, and Mr. J. E. Norman porter of the Workhouse. NORTH AM. Vessel Stranded. —On Monday morning last, the Ch
April 30, 1853 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC.

RAILWAY TRAFFIC.

London and North-Western.—Return of traffic the week ending April 24, 1853: Passengers, parcels, carriages, horses, and mails, 27,147/. 15s. 2d.; merchandise, 22,008/. ss. 3d.; cattle, 9s. 10d. Total, 50,088/. 10s. 3d. Corresponding week, 45,488/. ss. 2d. Great Northern.—Return
April 30, 1853 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. Monday.—There was small show of wheat this morning's market from Essex, Kent, and Suffolk; and the millers being more inclined to buy, clearance was made early. The inferiority of the quality of the greater portion prevented any advance being established, b
April 30, 1853 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
BRIDGWATER.

BRIDGWATER.

A Youthful Thief.—On Monday, a girl named Nicholls, about eleven or twelve years of age, was brought before the magistrates, chaiged with having stolen large quantity of linen drapery goods, from the shops of Mr. Phillips, Mr. Holmes, Messrs. Nicholls and Sons, and various other
April 30, 1853 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
A WALLS. PARISH OF DINDER, ' „ . COUNTY OF SOMERSET. NEW PATENT PAINT, \ used the Tower, Order of

A WALLS. PARISH OF DINDER, ' „ . COUNTY OF SOMERSET. NEW PATENT PAINT, \ used the Tower, Order of

Her Tq ttfrfry fiTVFN or. Majesty's Honourable Board of Ordnance, . , , „ V ,—inat on the the Tunnel, Zoological Gardens, Regent's Park, Twenty-eighth day of June next, application and various other Public and Private Buildings; will be made to Her Majesty Justices of the 1 eace
April 30, 1853 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
Symptoms op Spuing.—Several hotel-keepers Greenwich and Blackwall advertise that " Whitebait is Now in Season." Coincidently with the interesting circumstance

Symptoms op Spuing.—Several hotel-keepers Greenwich and Blackwall advertise that " Whitebait is Now in Season." Coincidently with the interesting circumstance

thus announced, we observe the Return of the Swallow.— Punch. Bow Bow-wow.—We have Lord Aberdeen for premier, because he can make the best bow Europe, before royalty. t these things are inexplicable. It is "bow" with Aberdeen. was "bow-wow" with Lord John Russell, and yet both h
April 30, 1853 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE PROPOSED CELEBRATION OF THE DEFEAT OF THE PETITION.

THE PROPOSED CELEBRATION OF THE DEFEAT OF THE PETITION.

stated last week that the preponderating tendency of opinion, as to the best time for tbe public commemoration of the defeat of the late factious attempt to unseat our esteemed Representatives, was certainly in favour of Whitsun week. Subsequent inquiry and discussion have confi
April 30, 1853 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FRIDAY'S CORN AND CATTLE MARKETS. MARK-LANE.

FRIDAY'S CORN AND CATTLE MARKETS. MARK-LANE.

Wheat arrivals limited; buyers few; moderate inquiry, at late rates. Barley, full supply foreign; demand firm, at full prices. Malt moderate, steady demand former terms. Oats inactive, previous quotations. Beans, Peas, and Flour unchanged.
April 30, 1853 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

LEICESTER LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

The usual meeting of this Society was held on Monday evening, J. H. Esq., President, the chair. Mr. F. T. Mott read a list of donations to the Museum since the last meeting, which consisted of several coins presented by the Society, some specimens of birds, and a medal of the Ro
April 30, 1853 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LATEST_N EWS. LONDON, Friday. The Court. —The infant prince will be christened towards the end of June. He will receive the names Leopold George Duncan Albert. FRANCE. Paris, Thursday.— The two passengers arrested Havre are released. No infernal machine wa
April 30, 1853 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England