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CRISIS' IN FRANCE. PARIS UNDER THE BOMBARDMENT. » Paris, Thursday Evening. The Committee of Public Safety has issued appeal the

CRISIS' IN FRANCE. PARIS UNDER THE BOMBARDMENT. » Paris, Thursday Evening. The Committee of Public Safety has issued appeal the

CRISIS' IN FRANCE. PARIS UNDER THE BOMBARDMENT. » Parts, Thursday Evening. The Committee of Public Safety has issued appeal the National Guards calling upon them to secure the triumph of Paris, and describing the fearful results which would ensue from the victory cf the Versaille
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
StIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE

StIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE

TIMES. J us, Wednesday Afternoon. the Commune” —as the kmi of in consequence of has resolved Aethat of the Jacobins, Nr various clubs of en rapport with Ed a battalion of jHHlßltion to the iir other military Hreto disarm publicly alii runaways. HneCiommnnal Delegation of’ the 2n
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 19. 1871.

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 19. 1871.

flagration still continues. The post of National ] Guards was blown up. It is unknown how many National Guards were present. The explosion took place about six o’clock. y The workpeople of the establishment number JOO in all, and are women. Many of them had left, as the hour for
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
To th* Editor qf the Daily Gate tie.

To th* Editor qf the Daily Gate tie.

th* Editor qf the Daily Gate tie. Sin—Several letters have appeared in yonr columns fund other local papers expreseiag alarm the proposed encampment artillery is Sutton Park. Some the objections are so absurd that they are not worthy of notice. That it would bring into the neighb
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STOCK EXCHANGE.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

th» Lennon Officb The Daii.t Gazevi*,” ‘■Anis's BtaaiNGHAM Gazette," is 7, BincHtn Lahe, E G., ADvnKTis*stE2rrs will eb Bbcbitkd to Five o’C- ock v.y.., and IB TUB “GaZKTIB" THK roLLOWtno Monniao. London, Thursday Evening. The late improvement in the Stock Exchange Markets has b
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Bank of England Stock, 4$ per cent., last half-year, 237, 5:

Bank of England Stock, 4$ per cent., last half-year, 237, 5:

Colonial Govsenkent Canada, 6 per cent, 1877-84. 101, Cape of Good Hope, 6 per cent., 1890-1900,109. New Brunswick, per cent, 107. New South Wales, 5 per cent,, 1888-1900, 102$. New Zealand Consolidated, 5 per cent., 98, f, 7J. Ditto, lfc9l, G per cent., 108$. South Australian,
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE SOUTH WALES IRON TRADE.

THE SOUTH WALES IRON TRADE.

The principal ironmasters of South Wales have consented to restore the 5 per cent, reduction made in the wages of their colliers April Ist. The men, however, demand general advance of 10 per cent., and nearly every colliery notice has been given to cease work on June Ist. genera
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE IRON TUBE TRADE.

THE IRON TUBE TRADE.

The adjourned meeting of the members of the above trade was held the Exchange yesterday, Mr. F. W. Lambert (of Lambert Brothers) in the chair. From a report read of the number of firms not jet agreeing to adopt a uniform price list, it appeared that oclj two establishments now,r
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

LONDON, THOESDAT.—The cattle trade to-day presented eteady'aUpearance. Purchases were effected freely, and prices were well sustained. There was a rather limited supply of beasts, and the condition of the animals was somewhat less Batibfactory. For all breeds the demand was stea
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEWCASTLE.

NEWCASTLE.

Another Fatal Accident at the Lkycitt CoLLisax —Another the already long list accidents which have marked the working of the fine colliery belonging to the Crewe Coal and Iron Company, Leyoett, near Newcastle-under-Lyme, has be recorded, the particulars of which have just been g
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England