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PARLIAMENT LAST NIGHT.

PARLIAMENT LAST NIGHT.

PARLIAMENT. L&ST NIGHT.' (BY TfrZRGRAPR.) HOUSE OF LORDS. Their Lordships met at five eoclock. THE GREEK PROFESSORSHIP AT OXFORD. The Eorl of DnBny called the attention of the House to the speech of the Lord Chancellor, on the second reading of the Greek Professorship of the Univ
May 24, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STRATFORD-ON-AVON RAILWAY.

STRATFORD-ON-AVON RAILWAY.

- ,.The following h the report of the Directors, to be pre. sented to day:- "The accounts for the past half-year have been duly examined by your auditors. On reference to the aswa it will be found that the balance available for dividend amounts to :¢1,241. 8s. 4d., after ?? all
August 31, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

COMPAN Y'S EXPRESS. LATEST FROM AMERICA. CAPE LIAR, WEDNESDAY MORNING. The Liverpool, New York, and Philadelphia steamship Etna arrived off this point at one a m, and having given despatches to tender, proceeded. for Q ueenstown and LiverpooL All welL The Etna brings the Ufnited
June 23, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM CORN EXCHANGE.

BIRMINGHAM CORN EXCHANGE.

BIRMINGHAM CORN EXCaANGE. [From1 J. anrd a. Stvrge's Corn:Circu7itr.j BIRmIwHxAm, August 4,.180G. At Gloucester market, on the 30th, there was a short supply of wheat, which realised the currency of the pro. vious webk. At Worcester, same day, the quantlty offer lrg being large,
August 6, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGEL Yesterday.-The bilk i the supply of home-grown wheat on sate in t(sl ea formed a portion Of the arrivals On Monday. j55kltr the show of samples wvas limited, millers purchased 10°b at the recent decline in value. With foreign ?? r, were well supplied. Even
August 6, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

Wa:IN l~gR)¢l4X 0. 4fiA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 189., NEWS OF THE DAY. ln the House of Lords, last night, Earl GaiN- VILLE moved the second reading of the Penal Servitude Acts Amendment Bill. He stated that its provisions had been carefully framed on the report of the Royal Commission
June 1, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCBLLANEOUS. The rrinco of AVales has made the formal applicatlon ,drch is prelimnuaxy to aoy person becoming a member of 0 NBisonic body. The House of Loris has postponed the "farther con- $ideration" of the Yelverton appeal until to day, when their LordshiPs weill pronounce t
July 28, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT.

PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT.

BY ELZOroIo TeLEornAPu.) HOUSE OF LORDS. Their Lordbhips met at five o'clock. A BRITISH SUBJEOr IMPRISONED BY .A FEDERAL OFFICER. The Earl of DECRBY called attention to the case of a Montreal merchant, named Levy, who had arrived at Boston by h British passenger ship In May last
June 22, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

STAFFORDSHIRE POWtERIES CHAMBER OF COlMHRCE. The annual meeting of the Chamber was held on Wed- nesday, at the Railway Hotel Stoke en-Trent, under the prealdencyof Ur. M. D. Hollins. The Council preseated a lengthy report, of which the following is the substance: Durlag the past
July 1, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

liingulm N Ag got, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1864. NEWS OF THE DAY. His fishing excursion to Norway at an end, Prince ALrFID, it is said, is to spend a twelve- month at the University of Bonn, where his royal father, the late PRINCE CONSORT, achieved, in early youth, distinction as a
September 12, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England