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May 10, 1853 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
Yearly. 21. 6s. 11.115.6 d 6L p. ct. 61. p. et. 11. 10s. 15s. 61. p. ct. 51. p. ct.

Yearly. 21. 6s. 11.115.6 d 6L p. ct. 61. p. et. 11. 10s. 15s. 61. p. ct. 51. p. ct.

51. p. ct. 61. p. ct. 61. p. ct. 61. p. ct. 3jlP:ct. 61. p. ct. 3ip.cAltlied 61. p. ct 101pok2eilbs 21. ss. 51. p. ct 101. p. ct. Blict&be • 4il.p. ct. 41. p. eh. 61. p. ct.
May 10, 1853 - Course of the Exchange - London, London, England
 
DOCKYARD PATRONAGE.

DOCKYARD PATRONAGE.

On the 13th of June, Lord John Russell means to bring in a bill to exclude the persons employed in dockyards from voting for members of parliament. This is a judicious measure; and one which ought to have been adopted long ago. Till that bill is passed, it appears to be the inte
May 10, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
In the " naval intelligence" of late there have been good many reports of courts-martial held on seamen who have

In the " naval intelligence" of late there have been good many reports of courts-martial held on seamen who have

deserted : and last week three small Queen's steamers left Sheerness for the purpose of searching for deserters outgoing ships from London and other ports.
May 10, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO BRICK AND TILE MAKERS, TO BE LET. - With Immediate BRICK and TILE VARD^g}' kiln* sheds, mill house, stable.

TO BRICK AND TILE MAKERS, TO BE LET. - With Immediate BRICK and TILE VARD^g}' kiln* sheds, mill house, stable.

situated close to railway station, and •*t-tyt t«jci for carrying on a large business. • For particulars apply to Thompson. Saltwootl.Hytlle! WHITSTABLE TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, For the Benefit of the Concerned, BT MB. T. BEEVES, AT One o'clock, on WEDNESDAY, llth of MAY, 1853, ab
May 10, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [While readily insertion to the productions of our numerous correspondents, we wish to be distinctly understood, tliat our

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [While readily insertion to the productions of our numerous correspondents, we wish to be distinctly understood, tliat our

so doing does not necessarily imply acquiescence with the opinions expressed by them. We do so, in justice to all partteuand leave the public to draw their own conclusions from the statements put forth.] CANTERBURY MUSEUM. To the Editor of the Kentish Gazette. Sir, —In common wi
May 10, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DEATH OF SIR GODFREY WEBSTER BART- becomes our melancholy duty this week to record the death of Sir Godfrey Webster,

DEATH OF SIR GODFREY WEBSTER BART- becomes our melancholy duty this week to record the death of Sir Godfrey Webster,

Bart, which event took place very unexpectedly, at Battle Abbey, on Wednesday night. The hon. baronet had been for some time labouring under an illness which had reduced him to a state of considerable weaknes: but fatal termination was not any means anticipated. A contemporary t
May 10, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
"PIALL AND PURITY."

"PIALL AND PURITY."

A handbill has been published, addressed "to the electors and non-electors of the Borough of Rye and the public general," which we give insertion the principle audi alteram partem. We cannot perceive, however, that Mr. William Henry Piall will gain much by tbe publication of the
May 10, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

scriptions the trade was lower. keep th figures for the best, but oiher kinds could be under Monday's quotations. There were not so many sheep here as last but the trade, although somewhat slow *as r means lower, and we can give prices quite as hi*h"! before. * The morning being
May 10, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
XERES DE FRONTERA. Genuine SHERRIES as Imported. C. WARD, Successor to the late T. BROWN, WINE SPIRIT MERCHANT Pelham Arcade,

XERES DE FRONTERA. Genuine SHERRIES as Imported. C. WARD, Successor to the late T. BROWN, WINE SPIRIT MERCHANT Pelham Arcade,

HASTINGS, and 14, Marina, ST, LEONARDS, ALSO 1, Chapel Street West, May Fair, LONDON. PER DOZBV. PER DOBEM. PER DOZEN. SHERRY, 30s. and 365. PORT from Cask, 30s. to 38s. CLARET 30s. and 36s Ditto old 425. to 48s. Ditto old bottled 38e. to 48s. Ditto St Julien, 42s Ditto Amontill
May 10, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England