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PRINCE OF WALES YACHT CLUB.

PRINCE OF WALES YACHT CLUB.

PRINCE OF WAXLES YACHT CLUB. The very interesting satcn amongst yachts of this club, confined, with the exception of a pilot, to crews consisting entirely of amateurs, was sailed yesterday, and created very considerable saort. Tihe following had been entered Yachts. Tons. Owners.
August 30, 1853 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS.

AIQNBY MARKET AND CITY NEW-9. TUESDAY. PRICE oF GOLD.-BY the advices received to-day from Paris, the price of Gold appears to be 1.17 per cent. dearer than in London, the quotation being at 3 prem., and the exchange at short 24 96.| Hamburg letters of the 27th inst. quote the pri
August 31, 1853 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LAW NOTICES—THIS DAY.

LAW NOTICES—THIS DAY.

LA W V( TICBS-TflI8 DAY. 0o6oOti' CHAMBERS, LIN- COL1N'S.INN. AyoofW mut At eleven: Forreutv Boweil-Pugli I MiyorDiofenonth --Chap[u1 f v o,^o "Nr. ?? r ?? v Butter-'Manty v Deely-C'olem~~i I rsu-etr Dylon-orobsun v Earl of Devon-Ellwood v Aokinon. At Lalf-past eleven:. Ho1Wad V
August 31, 1853 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AUGUST ;il. ( ri:\cv WAXTi.n, titli' I'rit'st’s Onk-rs. in tin > NorwioJi. hv aU.A. of •nlim.-nts. Tlu* ailvortisor oxtompore proaoluT

AUGUST ;il. ( ri:\cv WAXTi.n, titli' I'rit'st’s Onk-rs. in tin > NorwioJi. hv aU.A. of •nlim.-nts. Tlu* ailvortisor oxtompore proaoluT

ability. fair stipend expected. A. 11., tHFice of this I’aper. SOCIKTV Till: tiik oosi’h-l ' IN I’Al! I'S. rp,,,. Al. SKUMI.N rvill damos st hit rob. I .inrsday. •*I *• • ,■ . . Kov. .1. W. TtM.ENSO. lU>.. Bishop Eh-ct ' it is hoped that the friends tho ')* , > k Hi vino Sorvico
August 31, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Electro-Magnetic Water Gas. — Amongst the most curious productions of science in the present day must be considered the introduction

Electro-Magnetic Water Gas. — Amongst the most curious productions of science in the present day must be considered the introduction

of an electro-magnetic ma- chine, by which a gentleman may with the greatest safety and ease convert water into gas in his own drawing-room. Yet SUCU a machine has lately boon introduced and patented in this country by Mr. Sheppard, of Onslow-square, Bromp- ton, where we had an
August 30, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

» "•" [ PRINCE OF WALES YACHT CLUB. s I The very interesting match amongst yachts of this club, confined, ; with the exception ofa pilot, to crews of amateurs, was sailed yes- * terday, and created very considerable sport. The following had ' been entered: — , Yachts. Tons. Owne
August 30, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MARKBTS.— Yesterday.

THE MARKBTS.— Yesterday.

THE MA RKBTS.— Yesterday . LONDON COBN EXCHANGE. At this day's market new and old English wheat were 2s. to 4s. dearer than Monday last. Foreign held for a similar improvement, and many factors* have withdrawn samples from present sale. For floating cargoes importers have such hi
August 30, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Sale at Daylesford, the seat of Warren Hastings. — The sale of the furniture and effects of the mansion at

Sale at Daylesford, the seat of Warren Hastings. — The sale of the furniture and effects of the mansion at

Daylesford, the seat of the late Warren Hastings, was concluded yesterday, by Mr. Lye, of the firm of Fare- brother and Clark, the estate and manor having been pre- viously disposed of to Mr. Grisewood, of the Stock Ex- change, for 30,250/. The sale was numerously attended, and
August 31, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PROPOSED NEW CHURCHIN\LIVERPOOL.. ■»

THE PROPOSED NEW CHURCHIN\LIVERPOOL.. ■»

THE PROPOSED NEW CHURCH IN\LIVERPOOL. ■» (From the Liverpool Standard.) A subscription has been commenced for the erection of a new church in this town, upon a distinct plan. The building ia to be architecturally correct, without galleries or enclosed pews, and free to all comers
August 31, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CHARING-CROSS-BRIDGB COMPANY.

CHARING-CROSS-BRIDGB COMPANY.

The half-yearly meeting of this company took place yes- terday, at the offices, Villiers-street, Strand— Mr. R. Few in the chair. A report was read, which stated that the in- come during the six months ending the 31st July last amounted to 3,355/. 15s. lid., including 168/. Bs.
August 31, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England