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DRAMA. LYCEUM. 'llia theatre opened for the Petrol last night; and the interest and cormaigy albs public were evinced by

DRAMA. LYCEUM. 'llia theatre opened for the Petrol last night; and the interest and cormaigy albs public were evinced by

the state of house, which was densely crowded, from the orchestra stalls to the ceiling. Ihe performances began with A Curious Care; a little piece which, though it has tot been acted for several resoles. loeg been familiar to the I.yr‘um audience. It is, as our theatrical reade
November 1, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
MILITARY

MILITARY

Her Majeatyo at ea mship unpiat d Wird from Queenstown on the lath inst. for the Mediterranean. The following drafts from the depot companies deatin.4 to join the service companies of the regim ate mentioned are Ming conveyed by this ship:—Fur Gibraltar-13ik Light Infantry, Ensi
November 1, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER TABLE.

THE WEATHER TABLE.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBEII 1, 18.53, Tim state of the weather at each of the following at nine o'clock yesterday morning. The stations an arranged order of latitude. Sovrttanrrox—S.; Gentle Breeze; Partially Cloudy. Ttatnatuort—S.B.; Calm; Partially Cloudy. GainNwlen—S. ; Gentle Breeze;
November 1, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
THE POLICE COURTS.

THE POLICE COURTS.

MANSION-HOUSE. Patrick anti Elicit Daley, brother nr:d sister, who had been remanded, the former charged with being in unlawful ion of and attempting to change eight 61. Bank of possession of and attempting to change eight 61. Bank of ugland notes, and the latter with having sto
November 14, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
401 I 631

401 I 631

November 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL MINING ASSOCIATION.

IMPERIAL MINING ASSOCIATION.

Yesterday the half-yearly meeting of proprietm in the above was bald at the Loadon-tavern, Captain L. After the usual preliminaries, The metaled to read tha -fifth upset, whisk by usgratedating the akawMiias ebauniteref the Gangs Sees miss had been Judas& by the to the puma time
November 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
lain Intelligence.

lain Intelligence.

EQUITY COURTR EIITERDAT. TIC LOWS MINIM Al EXPARTE NI/ILION EDMOND, A NANILItCPT. In this case, which was an appeal from the decision of Lora. Justice Knight Bruce, made hy him when Vi r e- Chancellor, in 1850, the principal question was, whe t r the bankrupt, who had become pro
November 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
BAIL COITIIT.-YEATEADAT. AT XI4 trit■na r. HILL T/IVVIACTIOX. Mr. Judie., Crmpton nrw summed ■pp in this ease, which hoe occ■pied

BAIL COITIIT.-YEATEADAT. AT XI4 trit■na r. HILL T/IVVIACTIOX. Mr. Judie., Crmpton nrw summed ■pp in this ease, which hoe occ■pied

1 days. He thought that the jury would agree with the learn-el counsel himself, that o■ one aide or the other most deliberate in rjury must hare been committed. The only question for them to decide was which side they pre credence. The,jory retired for three hours, end cn return
November 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
VESSELS SPOKEN WITH.

VESSELS SPOKEN WITH.

Argo, standing the west, Nov. 19, lat. 48 N., lon. 11 W. Annstaro', from Demerara for London, Nov. 6, lat. 91 N., loos. 41 W. Beaufort, from London for Jamaica, Oct. 23, lat. 25 N., lon. 33 W. D-ctrina et Amicitia (Dutch ship), from London for Sydney, Nov. 22, Start Point N.W.;
November 25, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
No. Is. Bawls. I Pd. mak , Lc. 6 5Di 6 160 100 :: wan, &A. Chart lO all 481

No. Is. Bawls. I Pd. mak , Lc. 6 5Di 6 160 100 :: wan, &A. Chart lO all 481

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November 30, 1853 - Express (London) - London, London, England