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Latest Intelligence.

Latest Intelligence.

THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Dublin, Thursday Evening. The ceremonial of tbe State opening has brilliancy surpassed the most sanguine expectations, and was witnessed by about 10,000 spectators. The Lord- Lieutenant knighted Mr. Benson, the architect, and expre
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Pleasantries.

Pleasantries.

Sees Him?—A runaway apprentice thus described in an American paper:—•' He is thick set, wears a glazed hat five feet high, and iron shod shoes with cross eyes." " What makes the milk warm?" said Betty to the milk woman when she brought uer pails the dour one morning. Please mum,
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
LYNCH-LAW.

LYNCH-LAW.

SATURDAY, MAY 14. In some of the newly-formed conunrmities water," criminals are summarily disposed of, sometimes under the supervision of vigilance com. mittee, but often the caprice of mob, withont the slightest regard to those forms of law which are observed even in the worst
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
News of the Week.

News of the Week.

Important to Fuxdholdees.—On the Chancellor of the Exchequer made known through the Bank of England that his plan for the conversion of Consols, Reduced Threes, and South Sea Stock is to be at once, carried into effect. Books have therefore been opened at the Bank of England and
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE MYSTERY OF TABLE MOVING.

THE MYSTERY OF TABLE MOVING.

_ Many of oar readers have doubtless had their attention attracted by marvellous accounts in the public journals, relating to the phenomena of what is commonly designated "Table moving"—the results generally supposed some hitherto undiscovered application of animal magnetism. Th
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

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Agricultural and other Markets.

Agricultural and other Markets.

'Baa* MARK LANE, Jlonday.-The snpply of „. was only moderate this morning by land carriage i2S from Essex and Kent. The condition nple » indifferent. Picked samples were readily rates fully equal to those of Monday ia7 t abatement had to be submitted upon qualities to effect cle
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
The Gazette.

The Gazette.

BANKRUPTS.— Friday, Mag 6th. James William Havers, dealer. Jndd-street. Brans***" square, to surrender April and June 4.—Robert Wood, porkman.Commercial-place. Greenwich. May 14ami July Gledhifl, tailor and draper. Halifax, May June 20.—Michael Cox, grocer. Liverpool. May June 1
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
t Webster—Plowright—On Sunday last Christ church. New Catton, the Rev. Robert Wade, Mr. John Webster to Mrs. Plowright both of

t Webster—Plowright—On Sunday last Christ church. New Catton, the Rev. Robert Wade, Mr. John Webster to Mrs. Plowright both of

the above place. Seattw. Baxter—On Saturday last very suddenly, Mrs. Baxj ter, wife of Mr. J. Baxter, butcher, High-street , Lynn. Bending—On Monday last, at his son's house, Sr. 1 Andrew's, Joseph Beisding, Esq, of Bradweß Grove, Suffolk, the year of his age. i_ Burton—On Monda
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CUSTOM-HOUSE, London, May 6. 1853. THE Her Majesty's Customs hereby give notice, that they mill rtfy receive, Outwrnojtse,. London, the

CUSTOM-HOUSE, London, May 6. 1853. THE Her Majesty's Customs hereby give notice, that they mill rtfy receive, Outwrnojtse,. London, the

TdVune next, TENDERS in writing (sealed up\ Zltreut for the SUPPLY of PROVIStOmJor Ore use of Cruizert and Vessels employed under their faction, far twelve calendar months from At 6th July next, to the sth July, 1854, inclusive, at the following ports and places .*— . Deptford,
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Political.

Political.

Ball the Foreign-Office.—The Countess of Clarendon gave a grand ball on Wednesday evening at the official residence of the Foreign Secretary, Downing-street. Representation of London. —An influential meeting of the electors of London was held on Thursday, when it was unanimously
May 14, 1853 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England