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The Provinces.

The Provinces.

Z?n t*oviuts. Mr. Serjeant Pigott, of the Oxford circuit, is appointed recorder of HIereford.-Obserecr. The Rev. Mr. Spurgeon has been preaching at Lowestoft. The Yar-wutlc Independent states that he is engaged to preach for every available day for two years to corne. The screw s
December 8, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

?? Wq?m giant Tood. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8,18587. NEWS OF THE DAY. The Indian telegram received at the Foreign Office has not many details, and these are not calculated to allay the heart-sickening alpprehensions that are begin- nfing to be felt as to the garrison of Lucknow. As Lor
December 8, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Commercial and Monetary.

Commercial and Monetary.

Calgilladd ITO Lumittarg. LoNotN STOCic EXCHANGE, Monday evening. THE mind of the House of Commons was so far disclosed in the debate on the Bank Indemnity Bill as to lead to the conclusion that some change in the provisions of the Bank Act of 1844, and in the banking institution
December 8, 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
 
WARWICKSHIRE SESSIONS.

WARWICKSHIRE SESSIONS.

WARWIcESHIRE SESSIONS. The Easter Sessions for this county were held at the Shire Hall, Warwick, yesterday, (Tuesday.) There were present W. Dickins, Esq., Chairman, Sir T. G. Skipwith, Burt., Deputy-Chairanan, Lord Leigh, Sir P. Van Notten Pole, Bart., E. Bolton King, Esq., M.P.
April 7, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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The BIRMINGHAM SDAILY POST, price one penny, is pUb' lished every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thiursday, and Friday mornings, at the offices, No. 38, New Street, Birmingham, and is ready for delivery to news agents at six o'clock. Arrangements have been made for the delivery of t
April 7, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Corn Markets, &c.

Corn Markets, &c.

gffm T"Ifflafteb, &f. THE CORN TRADE. (From the Al ark Lane Express.) With a reduced temperature and moderate fall of rain-which was much wanted-vegetation last week continued making pro- gress, and sowing in several localities of the United Kingdom has been nearly completed. Whe
April 7, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Imperial Parliament Last Night.

Imperial Parliament Last Night.

?Hlptrial varliannat Nast 'Rig4t. [BY ELECTRIC TzLEoRAPHI.J HOUSE OF LORDS. Their Lordships met at tire o'clock. GLEBE HOUSES. In reply to -Lord Dungannon, the BIrSoP of LoNioN said the attention of the Archbishop of Canterbury and his right reverend brethren had been called to t
February 9, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

fflailgv qf ood. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1858. NEWS OF THE DAY. ALL other events become subordinate to that brought by the Indian telegrams. The fall of Lucknow was generally looked upon, as the capture of Delhi was, as the last great stand made by the despairing rebels against the roes
April 9, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Law Intelligence.

Law Intelligence.

SI mv ?Iltdligtlla. THE BANKRUPTCY OF LAZARUS SAMSON. At ties Metropolitan court of Bankruptcy Cenmissioner Fon2blandqe, this bankrupt, of whose creditors a con- siderableportion arefliriminghslfliswellers,calnehep foradljudicattofl- The case has bess frequently before tes Court,
March 17, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England