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THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION.

THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION.

DUBLIN will attract during the current summer a greater than the usual number of visitors. Tourists in Ireland have annually increased for many years past. The formation of railways has been useful to the country in the extension of casual visits, which would not, without them,
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

MANCHESTER, MAT 14. Corrox TRADE.—On the eve of Whitsuntide we have usually a languid market, commercial men taking the opportunity of relaxatiou at the seaside and other watering places, while the mills are stopped to give the operatives the means of enjoying this the greatest
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

The King of the Belgians and the Duke of Brabant, with their suites, left Berlin on Tuesday morning by an early special train via' Breslau for Ratibor, where they passed the night, with the intention of continuing their journey to, and of reaching Vienna on Wednesday evening. Th
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

John Crabtree, of Huddersfield, woollen engineer —Winston Simmons, of Swansea, veterinary surgeon—Edward Howard, of Swansea, auctioneer—William Cullis, of Chippenharn, Wiltshire, brickrnaker —Benjamin Cooke, of Gainsborongh, Lincolnshire, coal dealer—James Woodward, of Upton-upo
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE ALBION.

THE ALBION.

THE more interesting intelligence during the present, as in some previous weeks, has come from the East. The overland mail brings letters from China to a date more recent than the preceding accounts. They represent the rebellion in a formidable aspect, although they do not suppo
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
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May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

Advices have been received from the Cape to the 22nd March. Peace has been concluded, and Sandilli consigned beyond the Kei. Two special messengers from Sandilli himself waited on Colonel Maclean, commissioner to British Kaffraria, charged with a petition from the rebel chief, p
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
GRAIN IMPORT; An Account of the Total Quantities of each kind of Corn, distinguishing foreign aud colonial, imported into the

GRAIN IMPORT; An Account of the Total Quantities of each kind of Corn, distinguishing foreign aud colonial, imported into the

principal ports of Great Britain, viz. :—London, Liverpool, Hull, Newcastle, Bristol, Gloucester, Plymouth, Leith, Glasgow, Dundee, and Perth. In the week ending M 13, 1853.
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England
 
THE GAZETTE. Tuesday May 10. BANKRUPTS.

THE GAZETTE. Tuesday May 10. BANKRUPTS.

Richard Penistan, Staverton-row, Walworth, draper, to surrender May 20, at 1 o'clock, July 2, at half-past 1, at the Bankructs' Court: solicitors, Messrs. Solle Turner, and Turner, Aldermanbury ; official assignee, Mr. Pennell, Guildhallchambers, Basinghall-street. Edward Theoba
May 18, 1853 - Albion - London, London, England