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VALID SHARES DRAWN DURING THE WEEK. Mord&y.—*»;,sm7, 31,133, 88,753, 18,880, 48,893, 46,059, 4,828, 43,'6-i, 39,793, l«,«rO. TrsfDAT.—BB,s99, 14,891, 19,175, 8,682,

VALID SHARES DRAWN DURING THE WEEK. Mord&y.—*»;,sm7, 31,133, 88,753, 18,880, 48,893, 46,059, 4,828, 43,'6-i, 39,793, l«,«rO. TrsfDAT.—BB,s99, 14,891, 19,175, 8,682,

*8,126, •8,127. *9,128. W * iT.—33,069, ;t0,535, 35,773, 38,560, 33,968, 3,536, 10,764, 60,96", 24,918, 42,698, 62,3x2, 1,583. Tiubsdat.—42,499, 50,897, 32,963, 47,092, 47,701, 23,909, 43,650, 28,501, 3",835, 32,468, 11,731. FsiLAy.—22,9BB, 41,981, 38^27. SucßDiT.— 2,393, 21.807
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ANNUITIES.

ANNUITIES.

The athen.eum life assurance SIX’! ETV offers highly terms to purchasers of immediate Annuities. Tables have been specially calculated for this purpose, new and scientific data; and each proposal will treated according to the health end expected longevity of the annuitant. 30, f
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ELECTION _ COMMITTEES.

ELECTION _ COMMITTEES.

ELECTION COMMITTEES. PLYMOUTH. DOCKYABP APPOINTMENTS FOR VOTES.-MOKE EXTRAORDINARY DIXLOSUr.KS. The connexion of the proceeeiiogx before tins committee h»ve with thoee before the committee the doing* the Rle Admiralty and Mr. htnflord, then Secretory under the Derby Administratio
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING ADVERTISER, MONDAY, MAY 9, 1853.

THE MORNING ADVERTISER, MONDAY, MAY 9, 1853.

MRS. H. B. STOWE at STAFFORD-HOUSE. On Saturday last number of ladies and gentlemen assembled at Stafford-house for the purpose of enabling those who promoted the “Women’s Address on Slavery,” and others interested in the subject, to welcome Mrs. H. B. Stowe to this country, and
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OP THE MOENIHO ADVERTISER.

TO THE EDITOR OP THE MOENIHO ADVERTISER.

THE EDITOR THE MOENIHO ADVERTISER. Sib,— The interest you have evinced the question of American slavery, induces me to trouble you with the following communication. In the month of May last year, letter appeared in your paper from Mr. W. Wells Brown, the subject of the pro-slaver
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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AX “ IDEA " OX THE THEORY OF PARALLELS.

AX “ IDEA " OX THE THEORY OF PARALLELS.

AX IDEA OX THE THEORY OF PARALLELS. Letter IX. TO THE EDITOR THE MORNING ADVERTISER. Sib, —As variety admitted pleasing, I will make no apology for introducing a novel subject. It is more than fifty years since I teased private tutor at Cambridge for demonstration of Euclid’s Axi
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING ADVERTISER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING ADVERTISER.

Sib, short time ago ;i paragraph appeared iii the Time*, stating that the Central Short-time Committee Yorkshire had held meeting Bradford, at which the following resolution was adopted:—“That the Central Committee of Yorkshire willing co-operate with the Central Committee of La
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SAINT irKOSGK THE MARTYR, bOVTHWAEK.

SAINT irKOSGK THE MARTYR, bOVTHWAEK.

Friday the (iiurduuis the Poor this {>*ru»h i»t their 9chcH>l-houso, Ix-winliani, iu Kent, to examine the poor children of that establuhmeut, in number nearly 200; on which occasion the churchwardens, the overset and the Ti's.tr) clerk, as the late tiuuriuau the Board, Hr* K. we
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Grand extra night—royal Italian COVBNT-GABDE.X.—On NEXT, m«.. I 3 (mud roailxacd EotejUiiimjnt «m be s*T">. witltbifurtArtot xf>KMA _ Principal l»y

Grand extra night—royal Italian COVBNT-GABDE.X.—On NEXT, m«.. I 3 (mud roailxacd EotejUiiimjnt «m be s*T">. witltbifurtArtot xf>KMA _ Principal l»y

Madame GrisL Mdlle. Millc. otti, Hw Pomes, Soldi, and Sljnor Tambcr ik. To conciutU* ‘.ae wliolo UelJini’s fevouritc Opwa, ••* I *j* I PUEITANI. Principal character* Mdlle. Ansiolina Bosio, Bell!!**, Herr Porrat-s, Soldi, Pokinim, Signor * Mario. „ Composer, Dir«A the Mnsie, and
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING ADVERTISER, MONDAY, MAY 9, 1853.

THE MORNING ADVERTISER, MONDAY, MAY 9, 1853.

diate abolition. Which our reader* who remember the zeal and untiring perseverance with which we tho* laboured, single-handed, for the extinction Transatlantic Slavery, could have believed, even so lately as one short year ago, that the triumph of our views, a magnificent gather
May 9, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England