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RUSSIA AND TURKEY.

RUSSIA AND TURKEY.

SECOND EDITION. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2 1853. RUSSIA AIND TURKEY. The telegraphic despatches, which reached London on Saturday week, gave a false impression of the movement of the French and English fleets. With the exception of four war-steamers, two English and two French, the fleets
October 2, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER and the SURROUNDING Districts.

MANCHESTER and the SURROUNDING Districts.

IEANCOHESTER and the SUR3OUNDING Io ~ Districts. (FnOac OUR OWN CORRzSPOxIYEE.) The declension in the London money market, as might have been expected, has had a depressing influence upon our trade, which had been already sufficiently paralysed by the uncertain aspect of the war
October 2, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LORD PALMERSTON IN SCOTLAND.

LORD PALMERSTON IN SCOTLAND.

LORD PALJMERSTON IN SCOTLAND On Monday afternoon the freedom of the city of Xlertl weas conferred upon Lord Palmerston in the city~halU The noble Lord arrived from Rossi ePriory, where he had been the guest of Lord Kjunaird, at twelve o'clock, end ?? received at the rail- way sta
October 2, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

I _ i ?? FRANCE. The Duke and Duchess de Alba, in leaving Paris for Madrid, bave taken with them magnificent presents from the Empress fo her mother, on the occasion of her birthday. Prince Napoleon returned to Paris on Monday morning from tee cacao of R~eliant. lord frougham ha
October 2, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW RECEIPT STAMPS.

THE NEW RECEIPT STAMPS.

7 T7 - - RE-CEIPT -T-P. ,THE TNEW RECEIPT STAMtPS. ?? -u Al.)sl*f -nZ :. ! - A ?? so numerous ore the doubts and inquiries made as to the ecal wsorkingl of, and course to be ad1opted witls regard to, tire rej penny receipt stamps, that we are deioso iving our in ?? csngathier con
October 19, 1853 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.

.. rnn.rr Vtm -The Kecondofoc i. NonrxiceA Goose FAIR.-Tbesecond OfOctoberfalling let of this year upon a Sunday, Nottingham Goose Fair commenced wO at on Monday. For some days previously, the market- thi 3 place had exhibited promonitory symptoms of the great an- of !d nual fes
October 12, 1853 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

f I - I REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE r I PAST WEEK. (From Betrs Wechly Messenger.) WHF.AT.-The great excitement in the trade continued to the close of the past week, but at last Monday's market there Las somewhat of a lull, no further advance having been 1 established in t
October 12, 1853 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXHNE.M R LANE. LON~lj- MONDAY. Sept. 3.-T here was a fair suptply of wheg by land carr~iage samples' fr Om Essex and Kent, with an 4Kaosjqai. of barley, but onlyasabortretiseory of be~ansand peas' th fre4ti rivals of English, Scotch, and Irish oats were , toA-% have been f
October 5, 1853 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MANCHESTER UNITY.

MANCHESTER UNITY.

XANCHESTER UNITY. CIIELspoRED LODGE OF ODD Y LIows.-Ox Tuesday last the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Essex Grand Provincial Hope Lodge (No. 1), under the Grand Lodge of England, was celebrated at Host French's Half Moon Inn, Chelmsford. About forty sat down and partook of the
October 30, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CHARGE OF POCKET-PICKING at Goodwood.

THE CHARGE OF POCKET-PICKING at Goodwood.

I THE CHARGE OF POCKET-PICKI-il i at Goodwood. I iGNA.TIuse FPsiaAcs Coyxx v. Tan Drcx of Bron eosw, AIYD Tim Srssnx JusTiCcs.-The appeal against the conviction by his Grace the Duke of Richmond, Mr. Bridgman (the recorder for the city of Chichester), and a bench of Sussex justic
October 30, 1853 - The Era - London, London, England