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about the to taj .yen andthe I^«N«|K»^«"»*«^ U Cabinet of France'was ST:.: with the Cabinet En r £d, and both Powers would leave their fleets before ConstanthTople as long as the Russian troops had not evacuated the Government received on Saturday intelligence Of the successful
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
RETURN OF COMMANDER INGLEFIELD.

RETURN OF COMMANDER INGLEFIELD.

Admiralty. Oct 7, 1853. CorartSrinder Inglefield, who it will be remembered, was dispatched in H.M's steam ship 'Phcenix,' in the Spring the year, with supplies to Sir Edward Belcher's squadron, arrived at the Admiralty to-day, having left the ' Phoenix' at Thurso, N.B. ' Comman
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
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and perhaps h , a high moral offence; .t ripples his means, an-1 compels him to make sa. riiices which materially affect the intentli both himself and family.
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

The Tenant League Conference.—The remnant of the "Tenant League " assembled conference on Tuesday, at their rooms in Beresford-place. The attendance was tolerably numerous, aud comprised the average sprinkling of Roman Catholic priests, and the following members of parliament: M
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
fleet of good stout men-of-war i 3, in the present day, the most practical meeting of the Eeace Society that

fleet of good stout men-of-war i 3, in the present day, the most practical meeting of the Eeace Society that

its most energetic supporters could possibly desire. _ "by Express."—ln the New lork Exhibition, there' is a new printing press which prints from uncut paper, rolling from a cylinder, and cuts and folds with perfect regularity 30,000 copies in an hour. There is no counteraction
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 

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Commercial Epitome.

Commercial Epitome.

The corn market was extremely del: to-day, though the arrivals were short; and though lower prices cannot quoted, ' persons desirous selling Would have been obliged accept I them. J or t preSe nt, at least, it suj sed »ye reached their highest, though it is not ted bat great cli
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

FROM FRIDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE. C. Baker, upholsterer, Brook-street, Grosvenor-square. C. Pollard, licensed victualler, Wellington-street, North Strand. R. L. Swallow, licensed victualler, Nine Elms. H. Baker, ironmonger, New Oxford-street, Bloomsbury. FROM TUESDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE.
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

CORN EXCHANGE. Most of the country markets held ou Saturday were fairly supplied with wheat, which about au average business was transacted at full prices. At the outports foreign wheat was steady, but not dearer. Barley, the supplies which were but moderate, moved off freely, a
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
Whlle France is keeping up a naval force in the Southern Pacific in order to compel the people of Tahiti

Whlle France is keeping up a naval force in the Southern Pacific in order to compel the people of Tahiti

to be tolerant of Popery; while Austria is upholding the creed she rejoices in, in Lombardy and the Tyrol, at the sacrifice of all humanity and mercy ; while Spain offers insult to Protestant Europe in order to soothe the blind bigotry of the Papacy by refusing even burialplace
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
Our columns contain an account of a most fearful and lamentable accident on the Great Southern and Western Railway in

Our columns contain an account of a most fearful and lamentable accident on the Great Southern and Western Railway in

Ireland, which thirteen persons at least have los'. their lives, aud twenty others received more loss severe injuries. An excursion train with live carriages and about passengers was coming up from the S"tith, Wednesday evening (oth), about six o'clock, hall' hour after sunset,
October 13, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England