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BIRMINGHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

BIRMINGHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

, REPORT OF THE OPERATION OP BANKRUPTCY ACT. The following is abstract of iha draft report appointed the Council of the BuniiraA of Commerce to "enquire into the r~~T- Qa* tion of the Bankruptcy act IS6J_" their regret the resignation of a. soon after their appointment, the have
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The foßowihg the Summer; Circuit ot Home Circuit—The Hon. Mr. Baron »» Justice Oxford Circmt-IJie Hon. and the Hon. Mr.

The foßowihg the Summer; Circuit ot Home Circuit—The Hon. Mr. Baron »» Justice Oxford Circmt-IJie Hon. and the Hon. Mr.

Justice Shea. Northern Hon. Sir Alexander Cockbtrxn and the Hon. Midland Circuit—The Hon. Mr. Justice Bhtc««« Mr. Justice Keating. Norfolk Circms-T-" and Hon. Mr. Baron (PaaruaaJ. % The Hon. Mr. Justice Williams and the North Wales and Chester Circuit— «S£foii»j**risß South Wale
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

A Gold-" beater.''— Contentment.— Fun. We use riches as children use toys, to amuse us till fall asleep. The best means of "catching heiress" Is with coronet.—Fun. The lady whose "peace of mind" was broken intends to have it repaired. Some hearts, like primroses, open most beaut
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

THE RECENT SANGUINARY BATTLES. DETAILS BY THE EUBOPA, {From our Correspondent) _ ■ LIVERPOOL, Monday. The Cunard steamer, Captain Hockly, from Boston and Halifax, arrived here this afternoon, p,m. We subjoin a summary of the news she brings. GRANT'S VICTORY. The York Commercial
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

d , *° volume Poems him in type for year. £l«ke. Mayor on Thursday evening week thrown from horse and Instantly killed said that Gounod's new opera The will of Sir Wdliam Brown, Bart., of Richmond c " Liverpool, has been proved under £900,000.. personality ,i-r , l litflB feU.ov
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL. PUBLISHED, 1732. SATUBDAY, MAY 28, 1864. The Queen's birthday and Epsom Bacea induced Parliament to take a holiday from Monday •to Thursday; and Parliament being the great manufactory of home " topics," there really is not much to talk about this week. Oa
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHURCH ACCOMMODATION IN BIRMINGHAM.

CHURCH ACCOMMODATION IN BIRMINGHAM.

CHURCH ACCOMMODATION BIRMINGHAM. Feoh time to time our local Bnflding Society appeals to the public for more money ; and in doing so sets out, general terms, the " spiritual destitution " of the town. But, far as we know no attempt has yet been made to ascertain exactly the defic
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EPSOM RACES.

EPSOM RACES.

WEDNESDAY. The Derby Stakes of 50 so-ra each, ft, for three-year- olds colts, Sst 101b: allies, sst : the second receive son out of the stakes. The last mile and hall subs. Mr. by Stockwell—Blink Bonny 1 Lord Glasgow's General Peel T. Aldcroft Mt. Merry's Scottish Chief J. Adams
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.—YbbtkbdAY. (Sitting} in Bunco, before lord Chief Justice Cockburn, Justices Cronpton, Blackburn, and SheeJ. . THE BOAKD.—This special case stated for the opinion of the Court. It was an action brought by the te recover compensation for ihe defendants havi
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BOND ON GAZETTE.

BOND ON GAZETTE.

[From Last Night's W. BECOKS, Loughborough, publican. G. SMITH, Birmingham, grocer. T, BEAT, Dowley, pabllcan. J. MO SEN, Cheltenham, J. L. BNDICOTT, Dartmoor, pnhllcan. M. WALDEB, Honlton, tailor. J. BEN TLB and J. CBOSS, HalHai, rag merchards. J. Paddock, woollen manufacturer.
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England