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Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

woe o |- 41 a d P , ; v ~..MMO A' m 'R,ltg'o FRIDAY, JUNE 1S, 1858. TO VOUR. REA.DErS. The Journal pf Saturday will contain a fill arid COin1- plete recoi'4 .of the Royal Visit, froma her taft 5 arrival at C13ventry until ]rer depariture on Wednes- day, and wfill be therefore val
June 18, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BANK ACT SUSPENSION BILL.

THE BANK ACT SUSPENSION BILL.

- _ _ - . _ _- _ _ _ __ r1 ! T I I I The following is a copy of the Bill, issued yesterday, to Indenusify the Governor and Company of the Bank of England in respect of certain Issues of their Notes, and to confirm such Issues, and to authorise further Issues for a Time to be lin
December 8, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Sporting.

Sporting.

5" Ortiag. TATTERSALL'S.-Moz;DAY. Two THiOUSAND GUINEArS STAKES. 6 to 15 agat Brother to Marchioness-offered. 7 - 1 - Clydesdale-taken. 7 - 1 - Happy Land. 10- 1 - Lord of Lorn. 14 - I - Toxopholite. TuE Dmnnry 100 to 18 agst Clydesdale. 16 - 1 - Toxopholite. 18 - 1 Kelpie-take 2
December 8, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
London Stock Exchange.

London Stock Exchange.

sawt CLOSING PRICES, MONDAY.-FouB O'CLOCK. FUNDS Console, Money ?? 1 91g Consols, Account (8th Janua ry) ?? 92* 92* New Three per Cent, Stock . :. - Bank Stock - _ Exchequer Bills 3d. par RAILWAYS. aAbergate, Nottingham, and Boston ?? 4 . 5 Caledosian ?? ; 7f 77 Ditto Preference
December 8, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

o'xi am -11 10 .i3.1 SIMS t MONDAY, MAY 31, 1858. NEWS OF THE DAY. THE changes in the constitution of the Cabinet which were to be contingenlt Upo)1 the acceptance of office by Mr. GIJsTioNl:, have unexpectedly gone off. Pcr- Sonally, it is said, AIr. GLADSCTONE %Volld have 110 O
May 31, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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Birmingham Police.

Birmingham Police.

a I I'lalim , o SATURDAY. Rfore Mr. ?? C. S. Kynrtrsles. A ' P:.IS" is:O;EEDIO.-Mat'e' Dillon, a denizen of the Old Inkileys. wa. lbnorged with stealing some srnall toys frot :i istl l thie fsdr, on Friday afterisoon. The prisoner was secn to ?? the :ertic:03 by Jacob Beasm, anr
May 31, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
London Gazette.

London Gazette.

I 11 olibm 055atftc. ?? Friday Night's Gcctte.) BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. S. J. IRuecnsmt;, Paradise Street, Rotherhithe, corn dealer. BANKRUPTS. II. SaiH, Unaiol Place Vauxbiall Road, Brixton, to surrender Jane 8 at 11, July I at 1, at Bankrupts' Court. Sol., Fairer, Great Carter Lan
May 31, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF HOMICIDE IN BIRMINGHAM.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF HOMICIDE IN BIRMINGHAM.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF HOMICIDE -- IN BIRMINGHAML 'A sad catastrophe, attended by circustances of an extra- ordinary and somowhat mysterious nature, occurred in Birm- ijgbam on Friday night. It seems that for some time past Mr. George Bugg, head master of St. Philip's national sch
June 6, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EPSOM SUMMER MEETING, 1859.

EPSOM SUMMER MEETING, 1859.

This meeting, which commenced last Tuesday, was, un- doubtedly, one of the most successful on record-the attendance of visitors being immense. On Monday even- ing, when we arrived at the scene of action, we found that a great number of horses had already entered the town, and, w
June 6, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LORD JOHN AS FOREIGN MINISTER.

LORD JOHN AS FOREIGN MINISTER.

(From gie Times.) Amid the thousand and one itimours that have been chasing one another since it fell to Lord' Palmerston to reconstruct the Whip CGobinet one thing alone, as far as we know, is definitively settled. Lord John Russell has accepted the Foreign Office. This places
June 15, 1859 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England