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May 24, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
The Court.

The Court.

41JIV.,court . OSBORNE, MOXDAX. The Queen and Princei, the Prince of Wales, the Princess Royal, Princess Alice, the Duchess bf Kent, end Princess Adelaide of Hohenloho, attended divine Fervice, which was performed by the RIev. T. Protheroe, atOsborne, yesterday morning. The- ladi
May 24, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.—YESTERDAY.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.—YESTERDAY.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.-YEsTsUDLY. The May adjourned general session of the peace for the county of Middlesex, commenced this morning at the Sessions-house, Clerkenwell, before Mr. Witham, deputy- assistant judge. Thore were 65 prisoners. for trial-60 charged with felony; and 5 with
May 24, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

XONE-Y -M -K V. MIONDaY EVENINC. The English stock market was flatter to-day, on the less favourable appearance of the Turkish ques- tion. The general impression of the market remains strongly in favour of its pacific solution, but the atti- tude still persisted in by Russia caus
May 24, 1853 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
ROYAL, HAYMARKET.— Se of Mr BCCKSTONE! "*■ THIS BVENINO will THE MOUSETRAP. Principal characters Messrs. Tllbnry, Chippendale. «. Buckatono. W.

ROYAL, HAYMARKET.— Se of Mr BCCKSTONE! "*■ THIS BVENINO will THE MOUSETRAP. Principal characters Messrs. Tllbnry, Chippendale. «. Buckatono. W.

Farreu, Mrs. Poynter, Mias i» Howard, Mrs. Fltzwitliam, and Mr-.. Stanley. After which MK BUC STONE'S ASCENT IIF MOUNT PARNASSUS. With OCR MARY ANNE. conclude with POPPINO THE QUESTION. ROYAL PRINCESS’S THEATRE, Oxford-street. Under the management Mr. CIIAKLES KEAN. JTHIS EVENIN
May 24, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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MON EY MARKET THIS DA CITY, TWELVE o'clock.—There is quite stagnation of business to-day the Stock Exchange, in consequence of

MON EY MARKET THIS DA CITY, TWELVE o'clock.—There is quite stagnation of business to-day the Stock Exchange, in consequence of

most of the members the house being away. The Epsom races, the holiday at the public oflicos, in consequence of the Queen’s birthday, the reviews. and the launch of the large steamer at Messrs. Mare’s yard, Blackwall, have drawn avvav large numbers from the City ; whilst the ele
May 24, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THIRD EDITION the Extraordinary Numbor THE ?lKLD—Twelve Illustrations, GUIDE to EPSOM RACES, all the Latest News from the Course—will be

THIRD EDITION the Extraordinary Numbor THE ?lKLD—Twelve Illustrations, GUIDE to EPSOM RACES, all the Latest News from the Course—will be

published TO-MOKKUW (Wednesday, th), at four o’clock in the morning.
May 24, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LATEST FROM PARIS.

LATEST FROM PARIS.

• B y SUBMARINE AND EUROPEAN TELEGRAPH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, Monday Night. The Due de Genoa has arrived : General Goyon, a ,,le-ile-c_mp to the Emperor, is attached to his person during his stay. There has been a slight decline in the funds, but ! business is ext
May 24, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Baroness Brunnow is expected to arrive at the new residence of the Russian Legation in Chesham-place, from Paris, in

The Baroness Brunnow is expected to arrive at the new residence of the Russian Legation in Chesham-place, from Paris, in

the early part of next week. The Countess of Bradford had a soiree dansante last night at the family mansion in Belgrave-square. Mrs. W. E. Gladstone has issued cards for an as- sembly, on the Ist proximo, at the official residenca of the Chancellor of the Exchequer in Downing-s
May 24, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Lewes Prison. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that lam ready to receive TENDERS for the supply ot all or either the

Lewes Prison. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that lam ready to receive TENDERS for the supply ot all or either the

undermentioned Articles of TIN WARE, viz. : Dozen Dinner Plates, at per dozen. Dozen Tin Pints, at per dozen. Dozen Tin Plates, at per dozen. 22 Dozen Dust Pans, at per dozen. Samples of the above may seen on application to Mr. Sanders, Governor Lewes Gaol. Tenders to be sent to
May 24, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England