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CITY INTELLIGENCE.

CITY INTELLIGENCE.

English Stocks been rather improving, «nd «Ithoo*h very (loctultiof. the ■peculators for fall liave found it impossible wholly to resist the isdueoce of money purchases, and therefore jet timid upon the least indicaOM of good news. The arrival of so much specie induced them to b
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
lie SOLD by AL CTIOX.—Mr MAII mil M. SELL, ALDHIDGE’S, St Martin's-lane, on Wednesday. Nov 2. mmencing, as u*ual, I?,

lie SOLD by AL CTIOX.—Mr MAII mil M. SELL, ALDHIDGE’S, St Martin's-lane, on Wednesday. Nov 2. mmencing, as u*ual, I?,

ONE HINDREI) and EIuJITEEN HOUSES, CARRIAGES. HARNESS, Ac. Amongst tlie hor»es arc brougham, c.arencc, carnage, phaeton, an'l buggy horses ; a good choice of hone* for riding and purpose* ; some hunter*, ladies’ horke*. hacks, haraos g.:l owayr, and ponies, with carnage and harn
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
J. O. BINGKE.

J. O. BINGKE.

GRtAT WESTERN nr,a GREAT XCRTFIERN KAILWAVB.—JuiOt hooking Notice u herftjr *. »< 11. t.kt er» mr.a after Mod’-y. t'.ie *itn day November, the f. :.oim i . i « DISC'-M INI'ED Rrceit;pe LooKidr Orttcea for the Great Uctlrto u»c Great Northern Rail*at Corspariue - Moore’a, Greco b
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS, ARNOLD’S SCHOOL of ARMS and Institution for p ivt for the reraortl ! of muscaUr debility irtu ’r

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS, ARNOLD’S SCHOOL of ARMS and Institution for p ivt for the reraortl ! of muscaUr debility irtu ’r

U>. and U9a, Bond-street, aat»«»niwd by the nob.hty gentry, offlSfo o( the army and nary. EVENING CLASS for fencing, ani boring. Term*. per year. HOUSE, Leicester-square. REIMERE’S cc« rated ANATOMICAL and ETUNOLOOIuAL MUSEUM, con«i«ting hund'cd prcparationt ax. &c, in conjunclt
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. WILLIAM TUQWOOD, Tbnue, Oxtv*rd»hue. UneDdiftpcr,

BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. WILLIAM TUQWOOD, Tbnue, Oxtv*rd»hue. UneDdiftpcr,

BANKRUPTS. GEORGE LANGFORD, Port*e». hf«»er. FREDERICK FREEMAN COBB, Dovef, grocer. CHARLES WRIOHTSON. HiKh<«lreet, Miuyleboae, tr».‘e»e*. ARTHUR RYDER Ru**ei!-*trect, Berm nj* r. C' JOSEPH CORBETT, BinmoghAm, co*l merchant. WILLIAM New-ruai), Saint Paocraa, dairyman. CHARLES GA
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TURF. , , . t« Int nf „ our report MeeUnr for the .crutch- S.T.hecou. ? .of.se-«>‘. m - ell * • iewc b Tbctne* - 1 ; "‘.k« flShtou-“'*‘"“ f<>rUie Nur,erj
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

Mile*’* Bor—The hmhe*t *core in the flrat inniDK* takes the bat, all the players did not go m according to the agreement drawn up previously. John Clarke—Not unless you get the con. sent of both parties. A. R.—Send us your address. will endeavour cut It out of an old (lie. Lilly
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
“CHURCH” GRIEVANCES.

“CHURCH” GRIEVANCES.

The Romsn Church is, at this time, in what it deems a state of persecution, that ia, it is not allowed to persecute others quite as much as it wishes, and besides this, it fears that other teachings are becoming more acceptable to men. In fact, it believes its power to be checke
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

order of the Emperor, the Departmental Gendarmery are to resume the title of Gendarmerie impcriale, which they bore under Napoleon 1. After the arrests of the persons of note already noticed, several amongst the working classes were taken into custody, and amongst them M Callier
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL.

THE OVERLAND MAIL.

The steamer Bombay arrived at Trieste on Monday, eleven o’clock a.m., in 120 hours from Alexandria. The Indian mail bad arrived Alexandria with dates from Calcutta. Sept 20; Bombay, Sept Houg Kong, Sept 9 ; Sydney, July 29 ; Adelaide, August 8. Our Burmese acquisitions are in st
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England