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SALES BY AUCTION. 1 SALES BY AUCTION. Two Brick-built Kweilin*-House, and Shops, Ko. S, Wardoor-strect BcaschoM Inratment, a» Islinsto T

SALES BY AUCTION. 1 SALES BY AUCTION. Two Brick-built Kweilin*-House, and Shops, Ko. S, Wardoor-strect BcaschoM Inratment, a» Islinsto T

thrw doors from Osford-9traet,and 21. Berwick-strj-ct, together V¥R. PAKKKIt will Sell Auction, the Premises the rear in Kock-lane. held rente. way's, Tuesday, June 7, 12. in,me lot MESSRS OXENHAM and SONS will Sell by KKNCES, situate. beiuiT 1 and d. AnneUVr . Anetion at their
May 31, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MIDATIOS BY THE CATHOLIC PRIESTS.

MIDATIOS BY THE CATHOLIC PRIESTS.

BY THE CATHOLIC PRIESTS. The members of this committee are:—Mr. E. Divett, Sir E. Filmer, Hon. W. H. B. Portman, Mr. W. J. Evelyn, and Mr C. Hindley. Counsel for the petitioners—Mr. Edwin James, Q.C., Mr. Temple, and Mr. Jones. Agents (law) —Holmes and Co. Counsel for the sitting
May 30, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON-MARKET, Mag 28.

LIVERPOOL COTTON-MARKET, Mag 28.

The market closed tamely and firmly, without change the quotations of yesterday. The sales amounted to 7,000 bales, and comprised about 5,000 Americans (500 far export, oa 700 Per cam and liaranbam, <Hd. to 300 10d.; Surat, 3i<i. to *Jd.; ¥J S«a Islands, 2s. to 2s. 10d.
May 30, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PRESBYTERIAN CiIL'RCH IN ENGLAND.

PRESBYTERIAN CiIL'RCH IN ENGLAND.

A eommumciitioii rea*l from the Sjiuu«l of’ the Presby♦ei i-in Chuich F.iitsl'iixlt Maiint; that the churcheH un-ler their charge were in prueperoiw v<in*litiun, ami ci»n*e}injf to the the ex|>r<‘Bsiuii of their warm attachment the Church of their father*, which they trusted wou
May 31, 1853 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 
CA BINE T CO UNCIL

CA BINE T CO UNCIL

A Cabinet Council w..s held at the Foreign , Duwning-street, on Saturday afternoon.. The Ministers! present were the Earl of Alwerdeen, -luhti Riisst-11, the Lord Cliancellor, Earl Granville, the Duke of Argyll, tlio Mat^uis of I.ausilowiie, Viscount Palmerston, tho E.irl of Cja
May 30, 1853 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF DR. SAMUEL WRIGHT

DEATH OF DR. SAMUEL WRIGHT

It is with great regret that we have to record the death of Doctor Wright, of this town, who fell a victim yesterday, at the early age of 36, to the ravages of consumption. The lives of Physicians do not offer to our notice the stirring incidents which mark and illustrate the ca
May 30, 1853 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CORK ELECTION.

THE CORK ELECTION.

The committee appointed to inquire into a petition presented against the return for Cork, have come to a decision, which has rather surprised us. After deliberating, with closed doors, for six hours,—they adopted the following resolutions : 1. That the evidence adduced before th
May 31, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HOME NEWS.

HOME NEWS.

East Kent Militia.—On Friday, this regiment proceeded to Barham Downs, in marching order, under the command of Colonel Brockman. After going through several movements, the regiment filed arms, and partook of a luncheon, provided by the colonel, and returned to the barracks, wher
May 31, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CLITHEROE ELECTION.

CLITHEROE ELECTION.

CLOSE OF THE POLL.—lSaturday, Four o'clock. 213 Fort .. 208_ Majority
May 31, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PUNCHIANA.

PUNCHIANA.

Since Lord Ward has become the purchaser of the properties and costumes of Her Majesty's Theatre, some wicked wag has conferred upon him the title of Lord Wardrobe. The Fashionable Frenzy.—The poultry mania may be defined to be morbid tendency to brood over chickens. An INJURED
May 31, 1853 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland