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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Gth Regiment of Dragoons —Acting AssisUnt-Sirrgcon Henry Charles Boate, to be assistant-surgeon, vice .Logic, promoted on the start: Pumare?q Bait, from St Foot-Captain Henry Phillipps, from half-pay unat-6th i-oot Croiee, who exchanges, receiving SH»SSS»S the 25th Foot]to bTass
December 4, 1852 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF THE EMPIRE IN FRANCE.

RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF THE EMPIRE IN FRANCE.

(From the Daily News.) This day the Republic is to give place to the Empire in France. The Members of the Corps Legislatif are to proceed to St. Cloud, and there—in the gilded salons, reared by a Bourbon—Napoleon the Third is to begin his reign. It may be said of Loui3 Napoleon—
December 4, 1852 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
London Police.

London Police.

Taking Wine.—William Weeks, John Hughes, Matthew Hurley, and Patrick Grady, were charged at Guildhall, the three first with stealing wine, and the latter with receiving part of the stolen property with a guilty knowledge. The wine, in value £60, was obtained by sapping and minin
December 4, 1852 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
iHli'scellanfous. GREAT WESTERN & CITY JUNCTION JL RAILWAY COMPANY. PROVIsfo.VALLY REGISTERED. Capital £275,000, in 13,750 shares of £20 each. Deposit,

iHli'scellanfous. GREAT WESTERN & CITY JUNCTION JL RAILWAY COMPANY. PROVIsfo.VALLY REGISTERED. Capital £275,000, in 13,750 shares of £20 each. Deposit,

£2 per share. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. The Lord De Mauley, St. James's place, Chairman Sir James Carmicliael, Bart., 40, Sussex Gardens. The Hon. Frederick Cadogan, 42, Hertford Street, May Fair. Capt Thomas llulkelcy, Windsor \ Directors of the Great Thomas Williams, Esq., London
December 4, 1852 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.

SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.

SLAVERY THE UNITED STATES. A meeting of ladies his been convened at Siaffjrd House, London, to consider the expediency of addressing a memorial from the women of England to ihe women of the United States on the subj-et very. The Duchess of Sutherland, staling the object for which
December 4, 1852 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
Death of Admiral Austen. —In our overland despatch from India announced the death of Rear- Admiral of the Red Charles

Death of Admiral Austen. —In our overland despatch from India announced the death of Rear- Admiral of the Red Charles

John Austen, C.8., the commander-in-chief of the E *st India station, which took place on the Bth of October, in the expedition to Prome. The gallant and distinguished officer was born in 1779, and was the younger brother of Admiral Sir F. Austen, K.C.B. He enteredtheservice in
December 4, 1852 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
MEETING IN BEHALF OF THE JEWS IN THE HOLY LAND.

MEETING IN BEHALF OF THE JEWS IN THE HOLY LAND.

A meeting was held on Wednesday week, in Trinity Chapel School-room, John-street, Edgware-road, for the purpose of receiving the report of a committee appointed at a previous meeting, in aid of the distressed Jews in the East. The chair was occupied by Sir Harry Goring, Bart. Al
July 8, 1854 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. Monday.—At this morning's market there was an exceedingly small show of wheat from Essex and Kent, and from Lincolnshire and that neighbourhood scarcely any offer. For some time factors refuse! to lower their prices, but ultimately decline of about 2s per q
July 8, 1854 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

Wells, July I.—The supply of cattle at our market to-day was small, but the quality generally good. There was an average number of sheep and pigs on offer, and all descriptions fetched previous rates. About tons of cheese were pitched, most of which found buyers, early hour, 60s
July 8, 1854 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
BATH, SALISBURY, and SOUTHAMPTON. THE "COMMERCE," FOUR-HORSE COACH (the only Coach from Bristol, Bath, or Warminster, which arrives m Southampton

BATH, SALISBURY, and SOUTHAMPTON. THE "COMMERCE," FOUR-HORSE COACH (the only Coach from Bristol, Bath, or Warminster, which arrives m Southampton

in time for the Isle of Wight Packets,) leaves WARMINSTER STATION every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10, after the arrival of the Irani leaving" Bristol at 8.10, Bath 8.2.7, arriving at Salisbury at 1 p.m., in time for the Train to Southampton, Portsmouth, &c, &c. Leaves SALISB
February 21, 1852 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England