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HIDE AND SE d. d. Market Hides, per 11;0} t 04,1 Middling .. .. 3 31 Ordinary .. 3i Calf

HIDE AND SE d. d. Market Hides, per 11;0} t 04,1 Middling .. .. 3 31 Ordinary .. 3i Calf

Skins, above lbs. each, well flayed 5s 6d
June 22, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
TOWNLEY - HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, RAMSGATE. and MRS. HOFLESH respectfully inform their Friends and the Public, that their

TOWNLEY - HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, RAMSGATE. and MRS. HOFLESH respectfully inform their Friends and the Public, that their

VACATION will TERMINATE JULY 28th, on which day they purpose returning with the Young Ladies from London. They will be at Mrs. Randall's, 7, King-street, Cheapside, a few days previous. Terms, with an engraved view of the house, will be forwarded on application.
June 22, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Recently published, in foolscap Bvo, cloth lettered, price 45.,

Recently published, in foolscap Bvo, cloth lettered, price 45.,

• MEMOIRS of Mrs. LOUISA MUNDY, of the London Missionary Society's Mission at Chinsurah, Bengal. With Extracts from her Diary and LETTERS. By her HUSBAND. "A deeply interesting book, exhibiting the profoundest piety and the most energetic and untiring devotion to the cause of Mi
March 22, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
2Journahorn. TOPICS OF THE DAILY PRESS.

2Journahorn. TOPICS OF THE DAILY PRESS.

WEDNESDAY, 15. Times.—lmmense and various requirements of the French people from the Provisional Govemment--Characteri stic nature of the late treaty between the United States arl d Mexico—Fluctuating character of Sir Robert Peel's tions on the Income-tax. Daily News.—Defeat of
March 22, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Eatu anb MIDDLESEX SESSIONS-MARCH 17

Eatu anb MIDDLESEX SESSIONS-MARCH 17

anb MIDDLESEX SESSIONS-MARCH 17 (Before the Assistant Judge.) RIOTS AT TRAFALGAR - SQUARE John White, 18, Watiam Jones, 15, Waliont Lemen, 16, Chas Tothill, 20, John Reid, 36, John Connell, 21, and John Prendergast, 20, were indicted for having unlawfully, riotously, and wantonly
March 22, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY, MARcif 21

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY, MARcif 21

Lord PALMERSTON, in reply to hon. Members, stated, that he had not received any official information as to the discharge of English domestic servants in Paris, or that such circumstance had occurred at the instance of the Provisional Government. The noble Lord also stated the su
March 22, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
IRISH EVANGELICAL SOCIETY. NN AGGREGATE MEETING on behalf of g, the Society will be held at the TABERNACLE, MOOR D

IRISH EVANGELICAL SOCIETY. NN AGGREGATE MEETING on behalf of g, the Society will be held at the TABERNACLE, MOOR D

:LLDS, THIS EVENING, when the Rev. J. Kelly, of Liverthe Rev. M. A. Garvey, 8.A., the Rev. J. D. Smith, of and the Rev. Thomas James, Secretary, are expected the Meeting, and give important information rethe present condition and prospects of the Missions in relam . The Rev. Dr.
March 22, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
ELIHU BURRITT will LECTURE on PHILOSOPHY of LABOUR, on FRIDAY EVENMARCH 24th, at EXETER-HALL. CHARLES Y ' Es M P

ELIHU BURRITT will LECTURE on PHILOSOPHY of LABOUR, on FRIDAY EVENMARCH 24th, at EXETER-HALL. CHARLES Y ' Es M P

will take the chair at Half-past Eight Wors q t " o be . Opened at Eight. The proceeds of the to be given to the Metropolitan Early Closing Associa-4 ; s eat Admission, by tickets only, to the platform and reserved ' body of the Hall, 6d. —which may be obtained at F. ""eer (l 4
March 22, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
WANTED a SITUATION, by a person resptctably connected, as HOUSEKEEPER to a Gentleman or tradesman, to take charge of and

WANTED a SITUATION, by a person resptctably connected, as HOUSEKEEPER to a Gentleman or tradesman, to take charge of and

instruct two or three children, or to assist in a business. The country not objected to. Address to H. A., at Mr. Duffield Bookseller, 60, Hackneyroad. ' YOUNG 'PERSON, E' . ;ed nineteen, wishes LX to Obtain a Situation as I URSERY GOVERNESS, where the children are under eight y
March 22, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
STATIONERY, ACCOUNT-BOOKS, Despatchboxes, Ink-stands, Stationery-cases, and Letter-balances in eteat variety; Envelope-cases, Portfolios, and Blotting-books, Gold and Silver ever-pointed Pencil-cases, Pearl

STATIONERY, ACCOUNT-BOOKS, Despatchboxes, Ink-stands, Stationery-cases, and Letter-balances in eteat variety; Envelope-cases, Portfolios, and Blotting-books, Gold and Silver ever-pointed Pencil-cases, Pearl

and Ivory Tablets, Jewellery, Writing and Dressing Cases, Cutlery, &c.; Libles and Prayers in plain and elegant bindings. Name-plate graved for 2t. 6d.; 100 best cards, 2s. 6d; superfine letter Piper from ss. the ream; note paper from Is. the ream; with every article of statione
March 22, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England