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• Noe 2, [OB4 ICEDS FIRE BRIGADE and FIRE ANNIHI- SHARE LISTS. reference to the the :Spartans& ~r E.... Lilac

• Noe 2, [OB4 ICEDS FIRE BRIGADE and FIRE ANNIHI- SHARE LISTS. reference to the the :Spartans& ~r E.... Lilac

itrisus, in the Doily flews at %heath e, c I it will le sea that els of the mist is TURSDAT we cf the fashion by the Brigade d the The railway market was flat in tone throughout a sot am .., rat of pr-perty was doubles seed. at a the day, but a decline at which the market opened
May 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CAMP AT CHOBHAM.

THE CAMP AT CHOBHAM.

Major-General Fane, Major-General Bentinek, and Major-General B,r Richard Englard, it is said, are to command brigades daring the field operations at Chobbaso. MRS. STOWE'S VISIT TO PLATFORM HALL.—On Friday last this justly eelenated lady, accompanied by her brother, arrived at
May 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
THE OLIVE LEAF MISSION SOIREE.

THE OLIVE LEAF MISSION SOIREE.

A conrersazione of persons interested in the peace, anti-slavery, and ocean penny postage movement, was held last evening, at the Bridge-hone Hotel. The attendance was exceedingly numerous, a vast proportion of the company being members of the Society of Friends. There were also
May 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

BROWN—REID.—May 23, at Christ Church, Marylebone, by the Rev. H. Robinson, of Christ's llosrital, the Rev. It. N. D. Brown, In. eumbent of St. JAMS% Bermondsey, only son of the late Cal. A. Brown, of the 44th Rest N.L, to Louisa Clara, youngest daughter of the late Capt. P. A. R
May 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

-I.-t wan-2 afa A-. JILW I K .1t otaL. *BOOKS roK REviaw. -Books, M.Nusic, New Engravings. WI &c., intended for review, belt at the establishmtentt of ?tr. of C. MITCHELL, Red Lion-court. Fleet-street, London, do1 addresse"(;1 to the Editor of the Derby :Mercury," still be iii f
May 25, 1853 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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STOURPORT.

STOURPORT.

of the Church Sunday Schools held their """"jleir f £ Whit-Tuesday evening, when a large party ° down to tea half-paat six, the girls' sC " withstanding the lateness of the spring, the (t t $, f decorated with flowers and evergreens m ' great credit on the taste of those who had
May 25, 1853 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
' ¥ .-" -"ir, L SPRIGGS, m. & CO., 31, CROSS, WORCESTER, TAILORS AND WOOLLEN DRAPERS. DRESS AND FROCK COATS

' ¥ .-" -"ir, L SPRIGGS, m. & CO., 31, CROSS, WORCESTER, TAILORS AND WOOLLEN DRAPERS. DRESS AND FROCK COATS

TO ORDER. 305., 355., 40*., 455., 50s. STER S H IR E SOCIETY, UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE RIGHT HON. LORD LYTTELTON. , T THIRTY-EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY MEETING of the Noblemen and Gentlemen con- 0 of Worcester will be held on SS. * ' at the ALBION HOUSE, ALDERSGATE, THE RIGHT HON. LOR
May 25, 1853 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
DIRECTORS.

DIRECTORS.

The Hon. Wm. Ashley The Hon. Sir Edward Cast John Gurney Hoare, Esq. E. Fuller Maitland, Esq. Arthur Eden, Esq. William Scott, Esq. John Lettsom Elliot, Esq. John Sperling, Esq. James Esdaile, Esq. Ilenry Wilson, Esq. Hanle M. Farquhar, Esq. W. Esdaile Winter, Esq. IFE DEPARTMEN
May 25, 1853 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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May 25, 1853 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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at Parties remaining at Bangor, will hare an opportunity of visiting the PENRHYN SLATE QUARRIES, PENEHEN CASTLE, the CATHEDRAL, MUSEUM, and other objects of interest in the city; as well as the picturesque TOWN AND CASTLE OF BEAUMARIS. At Carnarvon, there will be an interval of F
May 25, 1853 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England