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THE LITERARY EXAMINER.

THE LITERARY EXAMINER.

I - The Poems of Goethe: translated in the Original Metres. With a Sketch of Goethe's Life. By Edgar Alfred Bowring. Parker and Son. None who are in any degree acquainted with German literature will be prepared to receive otherwise than with very great respect the first effort t
May 14, 1853 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

:o OPENINNG OF THE EXHIBITION OF 1853. ie DUBULN, MILy 12. ?? already communicated by electric telegraph e the fact that the ceremony of inaugurating the Great LsDublin Exhibition passed off to-day with the most Y brilliant eClat. Nothing could be more beautiful or complete, not
May 14, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

MONiEY1 AJA.RK.EI YFnD.&Y EVENING. We are happy to fin d that the reinarks made rela- tive to the absence of ally official Notification as to to the progress of the conversion have not been disie- Tgarded by the authorities. 'he subijined shows the )ytotal amount of the new stock
May 14, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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LEEDS FIRE BRIGADE ELnd FIRE AN;;IHI- ILATOBS.-On, referenlce tothoecertificate of theSrtperintend- ent of the Leeds Fire Brigadse, publialhed in thc Daily News of the Sth I of April, p. 6i, e. 5. it, will be seen that in six of . the mnost important cjses of suracasful use ef th
May 11, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

DOINGS AT THE ROYAL OAK Barking-koald. THOMAS COOK ANSD JAMES PusseexY-On Monday the struggle between the above pedestrians came off on the enclosed ground be. ]eneing to Mr. IBeswick, the proprietor of the Royal Oak, Barking- road, and terminated in a manner that must be satisf
May 8, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

TOC- The observations of our cotemporaries upon the present ex- hibition of the Royal Academy have generally been much more favourable than those we feel compelled to make. Many of our favourite artists are entirely absent, or nearly so, and many others have not sent their best w
May 8, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREEMASONRY.

FREEMASONRY.

I Masonic Meetings for Next Week. Monday, May 9th.-Lodge Nfos. 5,12, 32, 206, 228, 802. Tuesday.-Ros. 113, 196, 234, 247, 276, 286.I itt Wedneday-onimilee f Royl Beevolet Intitution at throe,. Lodges Rfoe. 3, 13, 19, 22, 70, 103, 112, 156, 172, 289, 752. Thursday.-Nos. 6, 15, 30
May 8, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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-ill i IT PHlILLIP' Dir'ct (to sail fromn tile' l-S e 5e 0 `rid S nete, Ithe spileidid new frigate ?? - - 1 nie o ot t A l- c-a A ititt y Nv i ~ ra rn icet Sb a ts , I ,"' l t- -i s g r ANTII0IN'Y SI-AN!AN, commil~-I ?? - Inpici joetes. 'This 'Stit hits ex ee llunt mtcoeliti . -
May 13, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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EEDS FIRE BRIGADE and FIRE ANNIHI- JJ LATORS.-On tetercace to the certifcate of thelSperintelnd- ent of he Leesl Fire Brigade, pablislacd in the Daily ?? of thc 8th of April, p. 5, C. 5 it will be seen that in six of the most imuportant caseseof Successful u'd of the machines by
May 10, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
ROYAL LITERARY FUND.

ROYAL LITERARY FUND.

ins 'The annua festival of this. institution was held ct. lost night at the Freemasons' Tavern, the Right Hon. -c, B .stNeTkN DescAOELI, MYP., in the chair. The company ar. was very large, the spaciuus apartment being very incon- as venleetly crowded. on Amongst the moat disting
May 12, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England