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EXECUTION' OF BARBOUR. AT YORK.

EXECUTION' OF BARBOUR. AT YORK.

- - This wretched criminal underwent the extrerne — penaliTof the, law on Saturday. At ten o'clock the chaplain had an intervil with the culprit, when he said to the rev. gentleman, then. sir, I am guilty! and nobody h a d an ythi ng t o d o w ith tht murder but, myself!" The co
January 22, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

TURKEY. The Journal de Constantinople states that the turkish Governor of Scutari, Osman Paglia, had driven the Montenegrins from •Piperi and Djabljak to within their own frontier. Twentyfive thousand Imperial troops were to be assembled, and it was believed at Constantinople th
January 22, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
THE CASE OF THE MADIAI.

THE CASE OF THE MADIAI.

The report lately circulated, on the authority of an Italian paper, that Signor Madiai was dead—that he had expired under the combined influences of prison diet, prison air, and the peculiar prison practices which sometimes exist in despotic and papal countries in respect to her
January 22, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
Do. new Northern Counties Un. North British North Devon, No.l Do. halves, A. del' North Staffordshire N. and S. West.

Do. new Northern Counties Un. North British North Devon, No.l Do. halves, A. del' North Staffordshire N. and S. West.

June_ Oxford. Worcester, and Wolverhampton Scottish Central Scottish Midland Shrewsbury and Birmingham Class A. Do. Class B Shrewsbury & Chester (Nor. W. Min.) Do. halves, do Do. Oswestry. Shropshire Union South Devon South Eastern South Wales South Yorkshire and River Dun Thame
January 22, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD.

SMITHFIELD.

Notwithstanding that the supply of beasts on offer in to-day's market was very limited, the demand for all breeds, owing to the small number of buyers in attendance, was in a sluggish state, yet Monday's prices were supported. With sheep we were very scantily supplied. On the wh
January 22, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
WATCHES! WATCHES t WATCHES !—Sal d 50 per cent: by purchasing your Watches threat frOt a , the Manufacturer, at

WATCHES! WATCHES t WATCHES !—Sal d 50 per cent: by purchasing your Watches threat frOt a , the Manufacturer, at

the Wholesale Trade Price. GOLD WATCHES, extra jewelled, with all the recent Wl' provements, 3/. 155.; Ditto, with the three-quarter plate nion ment, and stouter cases, 4/. 10s. SILVER WATCHES, w it same movements as the gold, 2!.; Ditto, with the Lever Esea_F e i ment, 8 holes
January 22, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
THIRD EDITION.

THIRD EDITION.

LATEST FROM FRANCE. The first great ball given by the Emperor since his elevation to the Imperial dignity took place at the palace of the Tuileries on Wednesday night. The ball was .upon the whole a very splendid one, although the company‘was not so choice as might have been exp
January 15, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
THE SHEFFIELD TIMES, published every Saturday morning, offers most important advantages to Advertisers, by the addition to its previous large

THE SHEFFIELD TIMES, published every Saturday morning, offers most important advantages to Advertisers, by the addition to its previous large

circulation of the influence and interest of THE SHEFFIELD (established 1787), and THE SHEFFIELD MERCURY (established 1807), one of the most respectable and influential Newspapers in the country. Both of these Newspapers are now incorporated with the SHEFFIELD TIMES. The Proprie
January 15, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
IZ EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.-A CERTAIN REMEDY for disorders of the PULMONARY ORGANS—in difficulty of breathing, in redundancy of phlegm, in

IZ EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.-A CERTAIN REMEDY for disorders of the PULMONARY ORGANS—in difficulty of breathing, in redundancy of phlegm, in

incipent consumption (of which cough is the most positive indication), they are of unerring efficacy. In asthma and in winter cough they have never been known to fail. KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES are free from every deleterious ingredient; they may therefore be taken at all times,
January 1, 1853 - Age - London, London, England
 
NEW WRITS.

NEW WRITS.

Mr. HATTER moved that the Clerk of the Crown do issue new writs for the election of members to serve in Parliament - for teh following places, viz. For the city of London in the room of the Right Hon. Lord John Rhssell, who since his election had Accepted the office of one of he
January 1, 1853 - Age - London, London, England