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LITERARY VARIETIES.

LITERARY VARIETIES.

TORcELLO.A.1NO1 VFnyccE.-Sevenl miles to the north of Venice al the banks of. Cai hs erteiyrs little above low-water tilli mark, attain by degrees a isigirer level, and knit themselves at to last into fields of' salt morass, raised here and there into shape- be4 less unounds, an
August 13, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

Ata Court ?? yseldon ona~y Dr. S I~on Fores, Pysicin toher MjestYs houehold andDr. J.. ?? L. Rstrdsley, of Manchester, tied the honour of Knighthood Itioli- ?? upoic them by tile Queen. afe Jonad shrAustin, aged 10 and 11, children of ,,iisd 2Cr. Austhin, ooecfs-builder. fell in
August 13, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE ASHTON-COURT ESTATES.

THE ASHTON-COURT ESTATES.

THE ASHTON.COURT ESTATES. BUYTH V. SH YTff. Our supplemetcontains an ample repocrtofthis exitraorainary trial -extraorinry=ntonly as regards themaintudof fg0 interests involved ante romnantic characterwi W hicanbe invested, but also remarkable, as evidencing 1i0w nio~d -c accompl
August 13, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHURCH OF ENGLAND TRAINING-SCHOOLS, CHELTENHAM.

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TRAINING-SCHOOLS, CHELTENHAM.

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TRAINING-SCHOOLS, I CHELTENHAM. I A public meeting for furthering the objects of this institution " was held at the Victoria-Rooms, Clifton, ?? last, which f was most respectably attended. Many of the evangelical clergy- g. men of the city were In attendance, an
August 6, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHURCH-RATES.

CHURCH-RATES.

_ _ _ _ _ ~ t t t SATURDAY, AUGusr 20, 1853. The SUrrLBE...T to this day's Moercury contains the con- elusion-of the Bristol Summer Assize-The Decision of the Braintree Church-Tate Case in the Honse of Lorde, and other Law Intelligence-Proceedings in Parliament-Railway and Market
August 20, 1853 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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CHINA.

CHINA.

The China news by this opportunity is important. The latest dates from Shanghai arc to the 10th May. l'he insurgents were in possession of Nankin, which they were fortifying. There has been no decisive action between the two forces. Imperial Tartar troops are in force around Nan
August 3, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

This is the state of man; in prosperous fortune A shadow, passing light, throws to the ground Joy's baseless fabric : in adversity Comes malice with a sponge moistened in gall, And wipes each beauteous character away ; More than the first this melts my soul to pity. W•SHINO STEA
August 3, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(VISIIIIOIIO can' PRICES.)

(VISIIIIOIIO can' PRICES.)

PRICES.) L ONDON BUTTER AND BACON MARKET, Monday last.—The arrivals last week from Ireland were 10,031 firkins butter, and 1211 bales and from foreign ports 8381 casks butter, and 9'23 bales and 182 t boxes baco n . The Mob butter market was lively during the past week, and a goo
August 3, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Parties Purchasing Goods AT SU T HERL S Will save from 25 to 30 per cent. SUPERIOR SATIN HATS, only

Parties Purchasing Goods AT SU T HERL S Will save from 25 to 30 per cent. SUPERIOR SATIN HATS, only

123 6d EXCELLENT WHITE HATS, . 6s 6d FELT HATS, from • 2s 6d to 103 6d TWRED CAPS, • is to 5s • SCOTCH BONNETS, from • 10d to 53 6d BLACK CLOTH CAPS, • Is 3d to 5s 6d Every Article in the Trade very Moderate: *** Obserre— J. L. SUTHERLAND, 26, NORTH BRIDGE. N.B.—The above Goods
August 3, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
526 MR SMITH OF DEANSTON'S

526 MR SMITH OF DEANSTON'S

Patent Sheep Dip. THIS invention consists in employing Chemic al Solutions , suitably prepared, for obtaining, when used in succession, so Insoluble and Water-Repellent Coating to the Fibres of Wool of the Sheep so treated, by which the natural clothing of the sheep is rendered
August 24, 1853 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland