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DANUBIAN PRINCIPALITIES,

DANUBIAN PRINCIPALITIES,

The accounts from Bucharest of the 10th inst. state, that the third corps of the Russian army, under the command General Osien-Sacken, had crossed the Pruth. TURKEY. Letters from Constantinople of the 11th inst. complain of the lukewarmness and indecision of the English and Fren
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
AiMERICA.

AiMERICA.

The Washington steamer arrived at Southampton on Friday night. She left New York on the 13th instant. She landed her mails, but the passengers could not leave the steamer till Saturday morning, owing to heavy weather. The Africa arrived out on the 11th instant. The weather was v
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
Donoybrook fair, wliich haJ Jirindled to a shadow of its former rollicking self, lias experienced revival this year, in the

Donoybrook fair, wliich haJ Jirindled to a shadow of its former rollicking self, lias experienced revival this year, in the

amusements and the attendance. On Sunday, walking Sunday,” great numbers ofPP r 3°? 'T, ,n eluding many foreigners attracted to Dubliu by the .bxhibitiou—visited the place ; but all behaved the most orderly manner. On the succeeding days there was muon harmless fun and jollity,
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. The Capo news, brought the Lady Jocelyn, speaks the colony ns being in very prosperous condition ;

TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. The Capo news, brought the Lady Jocelyn, speaks the colony ns being in very prosperous condition ;

laud rapidly rising in value, and the revenue increasing to such an extent, that it was anticipated surplus of at least £OO,OOO over the expenditure would be found the end of the year. We have two American arrivals since our last, the Washington, at Southampton on Friday, and th
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
formation of India. Wo believe Dr Mills has set down in his History of India, that oven of the despised

formation of India. Wo believe Dr Mills has set down in his History of India, that oven of the despised

degraded tribes or classes, men have risen to princely rank and rule. And wo can believe the “wizard ring,’ traced tyrants, will be ever overleaped by the bold spirit and aspiring intellect. appears to praise this detestable anomaly of caste, at least in the case the ordinary tr
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
Mr Cardwell, M.P., President of the Board of Trade” arrived hero Inst night per railway, at seven o’clock, his way

Mr Cardwell, M.P., President of the Board of Trade” arrived hero Inst night per railway, at seven o’clock, his way

to Gourock House. Arrivals at the Tontine Hotel.— Earl and Countess Hardwicke; the Ladies York and Viscount Rovston ; Lord and Lady Ossulton ; Hon. Mr and Mrs William Russell and family, on their way to Beaufort Castle, Boauly ; It. Brookes, Esq., and Mrs Brookes, on their way t
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
THE MAIL DELAYS.

THE MAIL DELAYS.

It is not easy to speak or write in proper temper, of the Postoffice mis-arrungements, so far as this town is concerned. A lew weeks ago, the officials of that department gave public intimation that the London mail would, in future, arrive here daily at 12.15 p.m. acceleration o
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At 11, Place, Paisley Road, Glasgow, on the 21st instant, Mrs Alexander Mtsrs, of a daughter At Freetown, Sierra Leone, on the 16th June, Mrs William Hair, prematurely, of son. the Free Church Manse, Auchencairn, on the 25tu inst., Mrs Murray, of daughter. At Randolph Crescent,
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
CLYDE COMMERCIAL JOURiVAL.

CLYDE COMMERCIAL JOURiVAL.

August 25. Ariel, stm. Dublin—Victoria, Smith, Lisbon— Gipsy King, Moodie, Liverpool—Agnes Sophia, Shanks, Palermo. 26. Thistle, stra. Londonderry—Laurel, stm. Beltast— Solway, stm. Whitehaven—Herald, stra. Hublin—Margaret Wilson Robertson, Ibrail—Columbus, Hutton, Mataums— Nort
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
J. Cassell, Ludgatc Hill, London ; and all Booksellers.

J. Cassell, Ludgatc Hill, London ; and all Booksellers.

In Weekly Numbers, consisting of 32 pages deray Bvo, price Threepence, or Monthly Parts, Is each, CIASSELL’S GERMAN PRONOUNCING DICj TIONARY ; In 2 Parts— l. German and English ; 2. English and German : with Rules for Fronounciation, and every thing requisite to assist Students
August 30, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland