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THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

Is 2_^- X -JCMi ?? t - _ _.t_ (Front Messrs. Sturoc's Corm Circuelr.) BiRftaMiwm , 12th Month 2nd, 1857.-Although we have reason to believe there has been less speculation in the corn trade than in almost any other equally extensive branch of commerce, yet the extreme IeU netary
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Law Intelligence.

Law Intelligence.

gale XItetiiylrce. CODRT OF CHANCERY, DEmmuBDR 2. (BEFORE T-P LORD CHANn MOR.) 7addlick ?? SkCidmore. This stilt was instituted for the purpose of enforcing a parol agreement entered into between the plaintiff, a soli- ceitor in Staffordshire, and the defendant, a persoi- erpe- r
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY.

COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY.

*LoxioH' STOCK. ESOBANGqE, Thursday Evening. At the risk of a little diffuetniess it is wdrth *bile taking somne pains to obtain a just comprehension of the late panic and present crisis: and this cannot well he done, nor is it likely to be so instructive, as when the panic and
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Court and Cabinet.

The Court and Cabinet.

I'Lle 1E.,ourt "tO IC, "'Ibilut. Her Majesty the Queen and his Royal Higlness the Prince Consort left Windsor Castle at half-past eleven o'clock on Wednesday morning, accompanied by the Prin- cess Royal, the Princess Alice, amd Prince Frederick Wil- liam of Prussia. A gunard of h
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham police.

Birmingham police.

Namblyll"'Im: YESTERDAY. Before AHr. 11. L. Sargant and Mr'. Henry Sinitl. A BiiAnea1 ?? PROr'Er;LY PuNisitD.-Alfreil Heudcsoni, ,a young scamp resident in Tlihomas Street, WsS chanrged as folloss. At one o'clock on the preceding day he was seen to expose his persoon is disgustin
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
District News.

District News.

?? Sam DUDL'EY. - -- .- OFFICE OF THE " BIRMINGHAIKOTOURNAL" AND * "~~~DAILY POST." in order to afford Increased facilities, for, tbbs transaction of, our business in Dudley, we beg to inform* our-advertising friends- and subscribers that we have opened. an office in Castle Stree
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A PUBLIC HOUSE. WANT'ED, an Old-licensed HO'USE, in a cen- ?? situation in Birminghba.-Apply by letter. stating par- ticulars and terms, to B. W. C., No. 1, Bedford street, Leamington. 4U A Gentleman residing in a healthy and pleasant J neighbourhood of Liverpool, is desirous of
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

YESTERDAY. (Ero~n owr -i Beorers.) Ties Imperial Parliaenent of the united Kingdomy of Greet 'Britain ?? was opened yesterday bylseria~isjestyinipersoni, and a Session lens just been inangusrated with all that splendid and imposing ceremonial svhich-usssally accompanies the pres
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WORCESTER COUNTY AND CITY WINTER ASSIZES.

WORCESTER COUNTY AND CITY WINTER ASSIZES.

WORCESTER COUNTY AND CITY WINTER I ASSIZES. - - . :- The Colnniesionis of oyer and terminer forthioe holding of a Vinter Assize for the county. and city of Iyorcester were opened yesterday, (Thursday,) by Mr. Baron Mfartini, one of the Judges of her Mnjesty's Court of SExchequer.
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

?? NOTICESTo CoRnESPONDBTS. x1% B."-We see no reason for exempting the gentlemen referred to from fair criticis. ". C."-It is quite possible to degrade things sacred by the familiar treatment of them in a newspaper, and therefore while we appreciate the earnestness of our corresp
December 4, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England