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May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
BRITISH AND FOREIGN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. THE annual meeting of this association was held on Monday evening at Exeterhall. The large

BRITISH AND FOREIGN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. THE annual meeting of this association was held on Monday evening at Exeterhall. The large

room was most densely crowded, there being not a nook or cranny in it which was not converted into a temporary resting-place for some earnest antislavery supporter. The chair was taken most punctually by the Earl of Shaftesbury, supported by Professor Stowe, Mr, C. Beecher, Mr.
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL. INDIA.

THE OVERLAND MAIL. INDIA.

BOMBAY, APRIL 14.—This mail takes to England intelligence from Burmali down to the 23d March, and will give the English public an account of a very severe battle which has been fought between Sir John Cheape's brigade and the robber chief, Mea Toon. The engagement took place on
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
CHINA. THE REBELLION.

CHINA. THE REBELLION.

(FROM THE NORM CHINA. IiERALP.) Every day brings new rumours, on which no reliance can he placed, as the news of to-day will, in all probability, be falsified tomorrow. It was reported on Saturday, the sth of March, that Kew-keang, in the province of Keang-se, fell into the hand
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
Foreign Colonial Total-

Foreign Colonial Total-

May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
Barley Oats and and Barley Oat- Meal. meal. ors. I qrs. 16,378 I 3,136

Barley Oats and and Barley Oat- Meal. meal. ors. I qrs. 16,378 I 3,136

May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
TRADE RETORT. SUGAR MARKET.-TUESDAY AFTERNOON. The market last week closed with firmness at the full prices of Tuesday, with the

TRADE RETORT. SUGAR MARKET.-TUESDAY AFTERNOON. The market last week closed with firmness at the full prices of Tuesday, with the

exception of white Benares, which went rather heavily. The sales of Friday were large, consisting of 11,270 bags Mauritius, 5,500 bags Bengal, 950 bags Madras, 200 hlids. Barbadoes, and 100 blids. and 250 brls. Porot Bico. With the single exception above noted, the previous rate
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD MARKET.-MAy 13.

SMITHFIELD MARKET.-MAy 13.

The trade was slow to•day for both beef and mutton; but veal and lamb sold readily, the former making about 2d. per stone more than on Monday last. For all other descriptions of meat there was no positive alteration in prices. Price per stone of 8 lb., sinking the offal. _ Beef
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST NIGHT.

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST NIGHT.

BANKRUPTS. William Baker, Surrey-lane, Battersea, builder. Vincent Deportn, Mark-lane, merchant. William Golden, New-inn-yard, Old Bailey, and Aldersgate street, cheesemonger. Henry Yllas, Old Broad-street, merchant. Henry Edwards, Brigh•on, builder. John Watts, Tiverton, hatter
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England