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A fORE OR LESS:

A fORE OR LESS:

40 lbs. Tea, Black at Sterling per lb. 12 Dozen Eggs .at " per doz. 470 Qts. Impl. Milk at " per Qt. Imp. Cwt. Yams, white at " per cwt. 9 Cwt. Sweet Potatoes at " per cwt. 6 bs. Arrowroot at " per lb. 164 . bs. Pot-Herbs at " per lb. 40 bs. Salt at " ditto. bs. Coffee ground. .
October 22, 1853 - Barbadian - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
BY THE BA4QUE"GLANMIRE" FROM LIVERPOOL, MACNAMARA, ATKINS, ss CO. have received, and ready for inspection,. SHAWLS : OLORED Cashmere 8.4,

BY THE BA4QUE"GLANMIRE" FROM LIVERPOOL, MACNAMARA, ATKINS, ss CO. have received, and ready for inspection,. SHAWLS : OLORED Cashmere 8.4,

9-4, & 10-4 CSiik Checked ditto • ;' Colored Indiana Black do. 46 Inch Printed Lama A FEW RAILWAY WRAPPERS. a 6-4, 7.4, 8.4, and 8 x 10 Colored Table Covers 8-4 Embossed do. „ Blotch Ornamental and Fancy Chintz figured do. &c., &c., &c. • 27 & 28, Broad Street, Oct. 8.
October 22, 1853 - Barbadian - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
THE SAVOY COURT LEET.

THE SAVOY COURT LEET.

YHUE SA VOY COURT LEET. A court leet for the precinct of the Savoy was heldyes- terday, in the Vestry-room of St. Clement Danes, Strand, presided over by Arthur Edward Somerset, Esq., high steward, assisted by - Willoughby, Esq., the high sheriff? and the burgesses. Mr. Brookes,
October 28, 1851 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOW ARE THE PEOPLE TO BE EDUCATED?

HOW ARE THE PEOPLE TO BE EDUCATED?

BOW ARE THE PEOPLE TO BE EDUCATEDX To TEU EDITOR Oi THE MORNING CHRONICLE. Scat-The question of paramount importance in the present day is, o how to bring education within the reach of the poor and ignorant classes of the community in such a way that the supply shall be regular a
October 28, 1851 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM PARIS.

EXPRESS FROM PARIS.

MORNING CHRONICLE OFFICE, Tuesday, Five a.m. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] PARIS, MONDAY. FORMATION OF THE MINISTRY. The new Ministry are at length appointed. The following are the names Justice ?? Foreign Affairs ?? Public Instruction ?? Interior ?? Commerce ?? Public Works ?? Marin
October 28, 1851 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LORD PALMERSTON'S NOTE TO THE NEAPOLITAN AMBASSADOR IN LONDON.

LORD PALMERSTON'S NOTE TO THE NEAPOLITAN AMBASSADOR IN LONDON.

LORD PALME3RSTON'S NOTE TO THB I K NE4POLITAV AMBASSADOR IN LONDON. - S8me time ago we gave from the Augsbu rg Gacette aversion translated fiom the German of the letter which Lord Pal- merston was said to have written to Prince Casteliciala, the Neapolitan Ambassador in London, i
October 28, 1851 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EVENING EDITION.

EVENING EDITION.

EVENING' EDITION. MORNING CHRONICLE OFFICE, Tuesday, Half-past Two p.m. THE MONEY MARKET. CITY, THIS DAY, TWO O'CLOCK. Console for Money, 97i Q. Ditto for Account, 97a i. SPAIN. MADRID, OCT. 22.' [FROM OUR OWN COR1ttSPONDENT.) The Gazette contains the Papal bull, or apostbli' cal
October 28, 1851 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Horse. I JOEIN MILLER, 110, 1 notttioe his return from h. of Paris and London-made Ladies' DRESS

Horse. I JOEIN MILLER, 110, 1 notttioe his return from h. of Paris and London-made Ladies' DRESS

H orse . I MILLER, 110, 1 notttioe his return from h. of Paris and London-made Ladies' DRESS A. R. THOMSON, HOSIER AND GLOVER, 6, ARGYLE STREET, MOST respectfully announces that, besides his own Manufacture of LADIES' LAMBS' WOOL DRESSES, DRAWERS, and SLIPS, GENTLEMEN'S LAMBS' WO
December 5, 1849 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
best in ment, inasmuch I had mentioned, length.

best in ment, inasmuch I had mentioned, length.

THE MARQUIS OF WATERFORD AND POACHERS. —The Marquis of Waterford's keepers lately apprehended two men named Gaul and Kerns setting traps for game in the Curraghmore preserves, and brought them before his lordship, who appeared incensed at the depredations continually made on his
December 5, 1849 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE CALIFORNIAN GOLD FLOOD.

THE CALIFORNIAN GOLD FLOOD.

(Front Ob.teruer.) It appears beyond a doubt that the Californian gold flood has already affected the Money Market of the world. There is no denial of the immense mass of that metal announced as at present in existence; on the contrary there is daily confirmation of the authenti
December 5, 1849 - Glasgow Chronicle - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland