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POSTPONEMENT OF SUNDERLAND FAJS. BOROUGH OF SUNDERLAND.

POSTPONEMENT OF SUNDERLAND FAJS. BOROUGH OF SUNDERLAND.

POSTPONEMENT OF SUNDERLAND BOROUGH OF SUNDERLAND. IN consequence of the prevalence of CHOLERA this District, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the FAIR, usually holden in the Month of Octobkr, POSTPONED; consequently no Stalls, Caravans, or Shows will be permitted ; and all Tramps and
October 7, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

CHURCH OF ENGLAND QUARTERLY REVIEW October, 1853. London: William Edward Painter, Strand. excellent number of this able and high toned review, which continues to reconcile the strictest orthodoxy with much liberality of sentiment and feeling, and, while presenting abundance of m
October 7, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MEXICO.

MEXICO.

Don Rafael, Yuzunga, the ex Governor of Puebla, had been sent to Vera Cruz, and confined the Castle of St. Ja&n de Ulloa, by order Santa Anna; reason unknown. Don Manuel Robles, the late Minister of War to Arista, is banished for the present to Quentaxo, where he will receive hi
October 7, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
land to Quebec, and back to England. Before the vessel sailed from Quebec on her return home, these two men

land to Quebec, and back to England. Before the vessel sailed from Quebec on her return home, these two men

deserted, and went beard the Empress, from which two men had also deserted, and engaged for the run home at £l4 each, and signed articles in the assumed names of Muccklestone and Elmers. their arrival Sunderland they immediately left the Empress, and Eramerson appears to have pr
October 7, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DARLINGTON.

DARLINGTON.

Darlington Local Board of Health.—The third annual election of the members of the Local Board of Health took place last week, with the following result; -—Elected members—William Backhouse, 860 votes ; Joseph Pease, 737 ; John Hardcastle Bowman, John Church Backhouse, 670 Edward
October 7, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

William Tug wood, Than.e, Oxfordshire, linen and woollen draper. George Langford, Portsea, Southampton, brewer and malster, Nov. 8, Dec. 12, at 12, at Basinghall-street. Off. assignee, Mr. Stansfeld; sols, Mr. Ivimey, Southamptonbu I dings, Molborn; Mr. Pafford, Portsea. Frederi
October 28, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1853

THE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1853

monlymarket this day TWELVE o'clock. —The English Funds ,V rather better prices than the closing quotaopened - ou appearance tionsei morning papers, announcing some actual and Turks, the markets collision- (latter. Some rumours were circulating 51 , ,„.ri,.d of proposed intentio
October 28, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL MARKETS.

COLONIAL MARKETS.

Tea.—The demand for all kinds of tea very firm, and a good business is doing, at improved quotations. Common sound congou has realised ll|dtol2d per lb. to Saturday last, duly was pai I on 35.356,t0Hb5, against 35,085,317 do. ia 1852. Sugar.—This market continues in very inactiv
October 28, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LORD PALMERSTON ON “ NATIONAL FASTS.”

LORD PALMERSTON ON “ NATIONAL FASTS.”

LORD PALMERSTON ON NATIONAL FASTS.” The Presbytery of Edinburgh wrote, through their Moderator, to Lord Palmerston, stating that the members of Presbytery were of opinion that it was likely, under the circumstances, that a national fast would appointed Royal authority. For this r
October 28, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Business done Xo-day.

Business done Xo-day.

October 12, 1853 - Globe - London, London, England