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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SBIPPING INTBLLIoGNCo. (Speciall5repor ?? ancd otier8ourmes,) ARRIVED AT THE BROOMIELAW. April 29. Governor, 332, from Xeropotamos(Greece)-cbrome ore. Alpine, 542, from Belfast-limestone, Ardour, 263, White, from Belfast-limestone. SAILED FROM THE BROOMIELAW. April 29. Baqulo, fo
April 30, 1872 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURAL AND EMIGRATION STATISTICS OF IRELAND.

AGRICULTURAL AND EMIGRATION STATISTICS OF IRELAND.

AGBICUCLTURAL AND EMIGRATION STATISTICS OF IRELAND. me of The Registrar-General of Ireland, in his report a for 1871, says :-" The acreage under crops in 1871, ly as compared with 1870, shows that potatoes in- .th creased by 14,851 acres, mangel-wurzel by 6490 15- acres, and bay
April 30, 1872 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE GILLOTT PICTURES.

THE GILLOTT PICTURES.

TH1E GILLOTT PICTURES. The second portion of the pictures by miasters of the early English school was disposed of on Satur- day afternoon, the total number being 68, the work of 16 artists. A river scene by Linnell senior fetched 290 gpiiueae. Copley Fielding's "1Vessels at Spith
April 29, 1872 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS.

THE ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS.

THE ERUPTION VESUVIUS. INCREASED VIOLENCE OF PHENOMENA. (lEnurrx's Ti.as>oaxrs.) NAPLEs, April 29, 2 p.m. Mount Vesuvius is displaying terrible electric phenomena, marked by flashes of lightning and vibra- tions of the earth. Hera and at Circola there is a perfect rain of sand, a
April 30, 1872 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

LEEDS ALBION v. BATLEF. This match was played on Saturday last, on the neow pround of the Albion in the Cardigan Fields, in the presence of abjist 00 sbpectators. it resulted in a draw, Batley scoring IlI, a::d the Albion si for the lose of one wicket. Hall and Brearlay for Batl
April 30, 1872 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
i THE EXHIBITION OF THE INSTITUTE OF.PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS.

i THE EXHIBITION OF THE INSTITUTE OF.PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS.

i THE EXHIBITION OF THE INSTITUTE OF PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS. FIRST NOTICE. The present exhibition ia, all faults told, still very honourable to the institute. There has beet} no better collection of drawings on view at their gallery for some years past. The old celebrities mai
April 29, 1872 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FRANCES COUNTESS WALDBGRAVE'B.ASSEMBLY.

FRANCES COUNTESS WALDBGRAVE'B.ASSEMBLY.

FRANCES COUNTESS WALDBGRAVE'B ASSEMBLY. On Saturday night Frances Countess Waldegrave had an assen bly at her residence in Carlton-gardens. Previously to the reception the Right Hon. the Preai- dent of the Board of Trade and Lady Waldegrave enter- tained his Excellency Count Beua
April 29, 1872 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE GUN CLUB.

THE GUN CLUB.

?? The members of the Gun Club bad some first-rate sport last Saturday afternoon in their enclosure, near Nottins;- hiil. In addition to some £1 Sweepstakes, at three birds each, the Craven Handicap of 5 soys each, at six blue rocks, brought out 13 competitors, the first prize,
April 29, 1872 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Gaiety Theatre.— Mr. J. L. Toole announce* his benefit for Wednesday and Thursday next, on w_utt> occasion will be produced

Gaiety Theatre.— Mr. J. L. Toole announce* his benefit for Wednesday and Thursday next, on w_utt> occasion will be produced

a variety of attractive .nm- tainrnents, which, combined with tbe great and ?? deserved popularity of the benejiciare, wiU hardly bi to ensure a numerous audience. Lyceum Theatre.— Miss Bateman, who _a» been playing with great success in the country during _M last two years, wiU
April 29, 1872 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The nobility and gentry are positively assured that articles suitable for presents, of French, Austrian, and German manufacture, can be

The nobility and gentry are positively assured that articles suitable for presents, of French, Austrian, and German manufacture, can be

purchased at a much lower rate at Parkins and Gotto's extensive fancy goods warehouse than at any of the large cities on the Continent. At this establishment may be seen by far the largest collection in Europe of English and foreign goods, all per- fectly new and fresh, at very
April 30, 1872 - Morning Post - London, London, England