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THE NEW VENTILATING CORK HAT. THESE HATS can be made perfectly Pliant to the Head —are as durable the ordinary

THE NEW VENTILATING CORK HAT. THESE HATS can be made perfectly Pliant to the Head —are as durable the ordinary

Hat —and from their extreme Lightness and Comfort to the Wearer, have met with the most extensive Patronage. Price 12s. 6d. to 19s. 6d. Gaimes, Sanders, and NicoL 22, Birchin-Lane, Cornhill, London. Sole Agent for Yokk :—WM. ROBINSON, Hatter, Hosier, Arc., 41, Stonegate; where a
August 6, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD, CHEAP, THREE PEACOCKS and a HEN, together or separate. And WANTED, Fifteen or Twenty YOUNG RABBITS, Backs

TO BE SOLD, CHEAP, THREE PEACOCKS and a HEN, together or separate. And WANTED, Fifteen or Twenty YOUNG RABBITS, Backs

and Does, to turn out. Address, C. R., Mr. Sotheean's, Bookseller, Coney- Street, York. YORKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE LOCAL COMMITTEE respectfully acknowledge the following additional Subscriptions:— • £. s. d. The Hon. Payan Dawnay 5 Wm. Hotham, Esq 0 0 Mr. Wm. Cooper 0 1
August 6, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, 'AND DEATHS. On Monday the Registrar-General issued the quarterly return of the marriages, births, and deaths registered in

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, 'AND DEATHS. On Monday the Registrar-General issued the quarterly return of the marriages, births, and deaths registered in

the divisions, counties, and districts of England. This return comprises the births and deaths registered by 2,190 registrars in all the districts of England, during the spring quarter ending June 30, 1853; and the marriages in 12,025 churches or chapels, about 8,896 registered
August 6, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE GRAND HORTICULTURAL FETE.

THE GRAND HORTICULTURAL FETE.

Not the least imporiaiu attraction of the week has been the grand and gigantic floral and horticultural exhibition, the success of which exceeded the most sanguine expectations the promoters, the members of the horticultural Society, who this occasion presented to the public one
August 6, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY, Tuesday, Aug. 2.

COURT OF CHANCERY, Tuesday, Aug. 2.

COURT OF CHANCERY, Tuesday, Aug. (Before the Lords Justices of Appeal.) THE YORK AND NORTH MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY V. HUDSON. The Master of the Rolls made an order on Monday on the motion of the plaintiffs, that the defendant miglit by the first day of Hilary Term, 1854, pay into
August 6, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CURACY WANTED for the September! Ordination, the Diocese of Ripon, Oxford, of Moderate Views.—Apply by Letter to Z. a. ,

CURACY WANTED for the September! Ordination, the Diocese of Ripon, Oxford, of Moderate Views.—Apply by Letter to Z. a. ,

Post Office, Scarbro'. :: .. / TADCASTER. EXTENSIVE SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Excellen^ H BEDS, BEDDING, Splendid SILT PLA TED GOODS, CARPETS, CHINA, GLASS <tc, also FIVE SHARES in the TADCASTER GAS WORKS. MR. TITLING respectfully announces that he is favoured witli
August 6, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
The Dublin Exhibition. —The agricultural machinery in the great exhibition is now undergoing examination and trial under the superintendence of

The Dublin Exhibition. —The agricultural machinery in the great exhibition is now undergoing examination and trial under the superintendence of

the following eminent agriculturists :—Mr. John Hannara, of Kirk Deighton, Wetherby; Mr. Dudgeon, of Sbylaw, N. 8.; and Mr. Laurie, of Dumfries. Suicide or Mb. Heald's Butler.—On Saturday, William Lewis, butler to Mr. Heald, of Lola Montes notoriety, committed suicide, by discha
August 6, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SOUTHWARK.

SOUTHWARK.

Charge Concbalmbst.— Mary Ann Langdon, middle-asied woman, carrying on business as a clothes dtuler at No. 50, Broad wall, Black friars-road, was charged with concealing the birth ot her child, and throwing it down the water-closet, thereby causing its death —James Kibblewhite,
August 7, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
DUTY PAID OJf TBA TO LAST BATCRDAT.

DUTY PAID OJf TBA TO LAST BATCRDAT.

DUTY PAID OJf TO LAST London 19.llrt.301ll»a. Liverpool... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Bristol 729,345 liull : ',0dl C?7«le 1,706,637 1863 25.671,019 THE LONDON MARKETS.
August 7, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
24 9* >7,227

24 9* >7,227

>7,227 Coffee.—N’alive dull, ami POO in auction taken at 45s to 4-js for .rood ord. Plantation Oat, an I tending buyers favour: cka 20 brie sold, raid to x«od mid bis 6d, inferior to 57a, triaero 60s to 525. Moclia r ithcr ch.-ajvcr, but bis 79 hf bis found buyers, mid greenish c
August 7, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England