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MARKETS.

MARKETS.

M ark-lane, Monday, Aug. 29.—There was a moderately good show of Wheat from Essex, Kent, and Suffolk. The proportion of new was not large. The quality the latter whs generally good, but not particularly fine. Factors commenced asking extravagantly high prices, which the millers
August 31, 1853 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
LEDBURY.

LEDBURY.

New Independent Chapel. The Independent gation of this town have recently caused to be erected a very neat chapel, which will be opened this day (Wednesday.) Sermons are to be preached by tbe Rev. George Smith, of London" The chapel is built on the site of the former small place
August 31, 1853 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
DECIMAL COINAGE.

DECIMAL COINAGE.

The report of the Select Committee on Decimal Coinage, appointed on the motion of Mr. William Brown, of Liverpool, has been printed. All the witnesses were unanimous respecting the advantages that would attend the introduction of the decimal system. The only open question was wi
August 31, 1853 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
ORIGINAL SCRAPS FROM DELTA.

ORIGINAL SCRAPS FROM DELTA.

QUERY.—Does Lord Palmerston. like white, bait, more he hates that bete noir— Cobden Who, in the social chain, can count the links? The lowest link 'twould puzzle us to find. Where is that wretch—that abject wretch !—who think* *l Himself the lowest—meanest—of jnankind ? But, gra
August 31, 1853 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
BULLOCK'S SEMOLA. FOOD FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS. THIS highly nutritious and very agreeable Food is admirably adapted for invalids, infants,

BULLOCK'S SEMOLA. FOOD FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS. THIS highly nutritious and very agreeable Food is admirably adapted for invalids, infants,

ladies nursing, and all persons of delicate constitutions, being purely vegetable substance. Bullock's Semola contains far more nourishment than any kind of meat, at the same time it is peculiarly light and digestible, and hence is most excellent for luncheon or supper for perso
August 31, 1853 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Hereford and local news. V births! the wife of the late M. J. Scobio, Eaq., 0 f son. AT at

Hereford and local news. V births! the wife of the late M. J. Scobio, Eaq., 0 f son. AT at

Leominster, Mrs. Thos.Marshal 1, of son. \ \£*> Bui well, Nottinghamshire, the wif e „, Charles Allcock, A* * son. * V ttt Kensington Palace-gardens, Mrs. Egerton Hubbard, ' MARRIAGES. at the Wesleynn chapel, tins city, by the Rev. Mr. « c'e' Mr- Jobn Powell, to Miss fallen recc
August 31, 1853 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
ABBEY GREEN.

ABBEY GREEN.

TO BE LET, furnished, an excellent and pleasantly sitnated HOUSE, consisting of entrance hall, di n ing and drawing rooms, 6 bedrooms, and other offices. Stable', coach-house, and croft adjoining the House may be had if desired. Application be made to Mr. JOHN Jones Westminster
August 31, 1853 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MESSRS. EDGWOHTH AND PUGH.

MESSRS. EDGWOHTH AND PUGH.

R. K. ESQ, RATES OF INSURANCE FAVOURABLE: FARMING STOCK IN WALES INSURED AT 3s. PER CENT. PUBLIC BUILDINGS, such u Churches, Chapels, Schools, Hospitals, Union Workhouses, Banks and Savings' Banks, Railway Station Houses, Town and County and Market Halls, Prisons, &c. Insured up
August 31, 1853 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER COURANT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1853.

CHESTER COURANT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1853.

gasp. Varieties for &Mits. SOHO OT THE HAT-TIJINKE. All maid tar Lt we brat magnolia dream. — AU mend tbe bat, bra great part at day And If as time way b we turn It, by putting gently. If way.—D4ogeses. BEWARE! BEWARE! BEWARE! (Being the experiesee of a old Man.) of listening to
August 31, 1853 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE INDICTMENT AGAINST MAJOR BERES- FORD AND OTHERS.

THE INDICTMENT AGAINST MAJOR BERES- FORD AND OTHERS.

APPLICATION was on Wednesday made to Mr. Baron Platt on the subject of the indictment found at the last session of the Central Criminal Court against Major Beresford and others for conspiring to bribe the electors of Derby. Mr. Bodkin, attended by Mr. Whateley and Mr. Humphreys,
August 31, 1853 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England