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FRIGHTFUL DISASTER AND LOSS OF THIRTY-TWO LIVE& (From the Lirerpool Nercury.)

FRIGHTFUL DISASTER AND LOSS OF THIRTY-TWO LIVE& (From the Lirerpool Nercury.)

The Mona's Herald of Wednesday last gives the particulars of the stranding, and subsequent explosion, by gunpowder, of the brig Lily, of 180 tons. The, vessel in question is owned by Messrs. Hatton and Cookson, of Mersey-street, in this town, and left the Mersey yesterday week,
January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
to 32; 6/ -- 1 -- 11 61-- 51 22 -- 23 21 -- 2 107 -- 109 671 --

to 32; 6/ -- 1 -- 11 61-- 51 22 -- 23 21 -- 2 107 -- 109 671 --

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January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
"C RETURNS. railways for the past week : - 738 4,356 8,918 3,389 146 141

"C RETURNS. railways for the past week : - 738 4,356 8,918 3,389 146 141

January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY CORN RETURNS. From the Gazette of Friday, December 31.

WEEKLY CORN RETURNS. From the Gazette of Friday, December 31.

January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
Weekly average, Dec. Dec. - Dec. 11 - Dec. - Nov. - Nov. Six weeks' average -- Same time last

Weekly average, Dec. Dec. - Dec. 11 - Dec. - Nov. - Nov. Six weeks' average -- Same time last

year-- Duties -----
January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
J. Lilley, Liverpool, merchant—first div. of 55., on the separate estate, any Monday, at Mr. Bird's, Liverpool. C. Parker, Houghton-le-Skerne,

J. Lilley, Liverpool, merchant—first div. of 55., on the separate estate, any Monday, at Mr. Bird's, Liverpool. C. Parker, Houghton-le-Skerne,

Durham, and elsewhere, flaxspinner—fourth and final div. of 1-20 d (in addition to is. 2id. previously declared), any day at Mr. Baker's, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. DIVIDENDS. Jan. 18, W. G. Moss, Guildford-place, Kennington, clerk—Jan. 20, J. Hayman , Carbeale-mills, Cornwall, miller
January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
TRUSTEES.

TRUSTEES.

The Most Hon. the Marquis of Donegal, G.C.rf. and P.C. Sir Robert Price, Bart., M. P.
January 5, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
SUPpOrtec rers are few directl sPhmers lie meet refer, for one of t three eel market and - weal tiv

SUPpOrtec rers are few directl sPhmers lie meet refer, for one of t three eel market and - weal tiv

e o f pi of Trade and spin n curacy ( THE. The na Company Eelgian I The numl 11 4gium z Alarehold, A.rdenr tine of Mauu %U easib zeadily bc moutl to 1,300 annalysed tishopsg "ed, and Will then adop royalty 0 yeaiently paa3 ores.
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
ARRIVALS AT MELBOURNE.

ARRIVALS AT MELBOURNE.

TnE METEOR.—This vessel arrived at the Cape of Good Hope from London on the 13th of September on her way to Melbourne. She is of 367 tons burthen, and left London on the 27th July. We have inspected her log and find that her performances during the south-east trades, when sailin
February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
PROM EAR TO THE ROUND OF

PROM EAR TO THE ROUND OF

February 16, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England