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AND BURY ST. EDMUND’S RAir.W/VY. CAPITAL—£IOO,OOO, in 5000 Shares of £2O each. Provisional Committee. 1.... .A 1. The MAYOR »f Bury (G. P. CLAY, Esq.) Rev. E. R. BEN YON, Culford Hall JOHN T. ORD, E»q., Fornham House, Bury EDWARD GREENE, Esq., Bury ROBERT STEDMAN, Esq., Pakenham
February 14, 1860 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

IHondny Ertning. * ADSTONF THE SPEECH OF MR. GLADSTONE. On the 4th December, 1H59, at her resiiJonce, Suffolk 1 Of the long rows of Members Parliament who Cottage, Rose-street. Richmond, near Melbourne, ; lined the chamber of the House of Commons and its gal- Victoria, Mrs. Thom
February 14, 1860 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
BURY DIRECT RAILWAY

BURY DIRECT RAILWAY

. THE ELM I OK. SIR, our last week’s paper contained statement relative the management of the Eastern Counties Railway, including extracts from a letter of Mr. Bidder’s, the Chairman of the Norfolk Com nan v, in which that gentleman states that the shareholders of the Eastern Co
February 14, 1860 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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February 14, 1860 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

.~ ?? ..A ?? .A Lto (lBy RileCric Telegrap/.) re MMONEY IAR KETS, YESTEBRDAY. ?? LONDON CLOSING PRICES. e FUNDS. er Consols ooened at Saturday; closinz orices. Market subse- quently became flat, and finished weaher on sales of money on stock. Foreign stocke show little change fr
February 14, 1860 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, TUESDAY, FEB. 14, 1860.

LONDON, TUESDAY, FEB. 14, 1860.

In the House of Lords yesterday, Lord Cranworth, in reply to Lord Chelmsford, said that he did not intend to refer the Endowed Schools Bill to a select committee. The Marquis of Normanby said that, as he could not disconnect the motion of which he had given notice for to-morrow
February 14, 1860 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

"The Forest Keeper" is the title of a new two-act drama by Mr. H. Holl, which, notwithstanding the extreme severity of the weather, attracted a numerous audience to the national theatre yesterday evening. The time of the story is the great French Revolution- a .period which is t
February 14, 1860 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.-

AMERICA.-

<od -7ed efqi)--q o di ?? -rf •* LIVERPOOL, MoipiY. The Cupwd steamer Africa, Captain S^anno^ which left New York on the'lst iiisL., arrived ?? Liverpool. She fyiaga 835,006 dollars in spedie. L, The steamers FuTton, from Southahtytoh, knd tl^. Nova Scotia, from Liverpool, had a
February 14, 1860 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14.

In the House of L_*rds yeeterday, Lord Cban- worth, in reply to Lord Chelmsford, said that he did not intend to refer the Endowed Schools Rill to a •elect committee.— Lord Normanbt said that it wa* impossible for him to disconnect his motion for this day (Tuesday), relative to t
February 14, 1860 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE WAR WITH CHINA.

THE WAR WITH CHINA.

Mr. B. COCHRANE, on the motion for going into committee of supply on the navy estimates, called attention to our relations with China, attributing the present difficulties to the demand made Lord Elgin for a resident ambassador at Pekin, in support of which he quoted the noble e
February 14, 1860 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England