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Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

YxtXis, Friday Evening— Tut money market continues Very heavy* There is general feeling—no account to the contrary having been published— that the Sultan has not accepted the propositions the Vienna without modification, and that the Principalities will not be evacuated immediat
August 26, 1853 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
A Double-Headed Kitten.—A kitten with two heads was produced last week In the parish of King Edward. The creature was

A Double-Headed Kitten.—A kitten with two heads was produced last week In the parish of King Edward. The creature was

brought to T. Edward, Banff, with whom it survived for three days. curious account of the internal structure the monster is furnished by Edward to the phire Journal.
August 26, 1853 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

lIOU3E OP LORDS. Tuesday, Augitrt IC. ( Supplementary Telegraphic Report in our last.) UNIVERSITIES (SCOTLAND) BILL. The Earl of Aberdeen moved the third reading of this bill. The Earl of Haddington said in the only one of the public journals which he had seen to-day, there was
August 26, 1853 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
DEATH OF THE ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET. Not only the navy and army, but the general public, will learn with

DEATH OF THE ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET. Not only the navy and army, but the general public, will learn with

great regret the death of one of the ablest and most distinguished officers that ever wore the Royal naval uniform, the Right Hon. Sir George Cockburn, Bart., G.C.8., F.R.S., Admiral of the Fleet, Major- General of Marines, and Rear-Admiral of the United Kingdom. Sir George Cock
August 26, 1853 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE.

(Abridged from the Mark Lane Express of Monday.) The arrivals wheat coastwise into the port of London have been small, and but little has been brought forward since Monday by land carriage from the home counties. There was nevertheless a good show of samples on the Essex and Ken
August 26, 1853 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 

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THE BUDGET. REDUCTION OF TEA, AND REPEAL OF SOAP DUTIES. D. MORRISON, OROCER, TEA, WINE, SPIRIT, AND PROVISION MERCHANT, 39,

THE BUDGET. REDUCTION OF TEA, AND REPEAL OF SOAP DUTIES. D. MORRISON, OROCER, TEA, WINE, SPIRIT, AND PROVISION MERCHANT, 39,

HIGH STREET, 39, (Opposite the Court House,) 1 TS SELLING the above Articles, of FIRST RATE Quality, at considerable Reduction on former prices. Elgin, August 18th, 1853. EDINBURGH NEWSPAPERS. CLEAN ("Read.) Copies of the following NEWSPAPERS for Sale on the Second Day, for One
August 26, 1853 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
O SAY NOT AFFECTION'S CHANGE "BY W. MOTEEKTVEU,. O say not pure affections change When fixed they once have been,

O SAY NOT AFFECTION'S CHANGE "BY W. MOTEEKTVEU,. O say not pure affections change When fixed they once have been,

that between two noble hearts e'er can intervene Though coldness for a while may freeze The love-springs of the soul, Though angry pride its sympathies May for time control, Yet such estrangement cannot last— A tone, a touch, a look, Dissolves once the icynesi That crisp'd affec
August 26, 1853 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
THE POLICE COURTS. MANSION-HOUSE. Tn« Firb AifHiHiLaxoß.”—Mr. W. H. Phillips, who stated himself to the patentee of the tire anniUilator,

THE POLICE COURTS. MANSION-HOUSE. Tn« Firb AifHiHiLaxoß.”—Mr. W. H. Phillips, who stated himself to the patentee of the tire anniUilator,

w is Monday charged with having made disturbance in the offices of the company in Leadenhall street, aue assaulted the secretary.—Policeman Smith (tiG) said: I was ik'nt for this I moruiug the secretary to the Fire Anuibilator Company, and upon going to the offices 1 found the d
August 28, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NEW WEEKLY

NEW WEEKLY

VOL. 25.—N0. 1,206. pliabed bis object. must pay the tax. There is no alternative. The amended Tariff is no such great been to the public. And the Succession-tux, that is to say, the le duty on real property, must have been conceded by any Government. Lord Derby and Mr. Disraeli
August 28, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
AUGUST 28, 1853.

AUGUST 28, 1853.

wan such matters with a practical eye. This plan would carry a grand carriage*way and foot-way along the side of the nrer from London Bridge to Richmond, with a railway underneath ; the whole supported ou pillars, which would still lejive to the wharfingers and others their righ
August 28, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England