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Foreign Mistellany.

Foreign Mistellany.

ludgil - Mst .dl it Ity. At the beginning of the present year the public debt of Sardinia amounted to 680,983,OOOf., including the British loan. From this sum 200 millions should be deducted, which are now a source of profit to the state, having been expended in railways and othe
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Police Court.

Birmingham Police Court.

gi irmilighm vfflicc d-ourt. YESTERDAY. Bjeore 3fr. Kynnerseily and Mr. PembeHrton. DEFE5CTIVE EVIDENCE.-Ann Bird, a woman living in Price Street, was charged with stealing two tables, the property of Ann Matthews, shopkeeper, Newtown Row, on Monday. In conse- quence of the lack
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
London Gazette.

London Gazette.

9,00a 6ayttf. TUESDAY. BANKIRUPTS. THOMAS BULL, St. Mary Axe, vinegar merchant, to ?? Dec. 19, at 12, and Jan. 22, at l1f-, at Basinghall Street. Sots., Messrs. Gole, Lime Street; off. assig., Whitmnore, Basinghall Street. WILLIAM BEOMLEY FILLEn, Lime Street, merchant, Dec. 21, J
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Bankruptcy Court.

Birmingham Bankruptcy Court.

C. ?Airllliqbplll- %'I'allf"ruptcy dolld. YESTERDAY. BEFORE MRS. REGISTRAR WATERFIELD. Is re JollAstoin Stoirbrlidse ?? was alastexami- nation meeting, attended by Mr. Reece for the bankrupt, and by Mr. Mright for the credibori. The balance sheet showed a deficiency of £600. In t
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Court and Cabinet.

The Court and Cabinet.

'Ttyt (but allb. it, abillet. The Queen and Prince Consort, accompanied by the Princess Royal, Prince Alfred, Princess Alice, Princo 1 Arthur, Prince Leopold, Princess Helena, Princess Lonisa,. and Princess Beatrice, arrived at Osborne from Windsori Castle at two o'clock on Tuesd
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE SIAMESE AMBASSADORS IN THE BIRMINGHAM MANUFACTORIES.

THE SIAMESE AMBASSADORS IN THE BIRMINGHAM MANUFACTORIES.

THE SIAMESE AMBASSADORS IN THE BIRM[NGHAM MANUFACTORME. Yesterday, the Siamiese Ambassadors and their suite, nunbering some seven or eight persons, accompanied by Captain Clavering, paid the first of a series of visits to the manufactories. They were waited upon by Mr. Rateliff,
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL CONTROVERSY.

THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL CONTROVERSY.

THrfE5N}s OS PI, 'L CONTROVERSY. PB CMEETINGbl OP E P~ SCRIBEBS YESTERDAY. ~Ysterd.ay; it on ?? Influential meeting of the 'snscib~st th. ~uen's ioslaws held in the Committee ~f~th~,'toW4 Hal, An 'isaimisce of a resolution passed at a '~prvl~! meeing leld at, ti?; Providenit Soci
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LATEST FOREIGN DESPATCHES.

LATEST FOREIGN DESPATCHES.

L. ATEST FOREIGN DESPATCHES., (From our oein Correspaodest&) LONDON, Wednesday Evening. The items of foreign news conveyed to us to-day from several points in advance of the Lbindbn journals, arevaried and interesting. PARIs, December 8.-Nothing is said at present abbut the openi
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FORGERY OF A WILL BY A SURGEON.

FORGERY OF A WILL BY A SURGEON.

FORGERY OF A WILT~L BY A SURGEON. On Taesday, Mr. Thonois Monk, surgeon and Magistrate of Preston, was brought up at the Town hall for further' examination, ,n the charge of forging and wilfully utteflsg the will of Edward Turner, reed maker. The excineent was - immense, owing to
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Commercial and Monetary.

Commercial and Monetary.

- al'amillmial Hill lbuttarg. LONDON STOOK EXCHANGE, Wednesday evening. So far as the discussion on the Bank Indemnuity Bill has elicited the disposition of the House of Commons on the working of the Bank Act, it seems to be this-that while a strong desire exists not to impair th
December 10, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England