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'fhe Bank of Frame ha. re.ohi•il that the rate of is not to Ie• rai.e4l. The admires o n r o il way are to be from 4)0 to 50 per rent., and the who - tees übligatams are fxed at 70 per cent. On the 14th f September last. l'aiitain !tawlin. the coanunuhler ut the Ennuis station o
19 November 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS.

THE PRESS.

cheese. Mrs. Clacy enjoyed facilities for noticing the objects of interest she passed ; nor did she neglect her opportunities, for seeing a public-house she proceeds to describe In " front of the principal entrance is a thunder" ing large lamp." And here once for all we may obse
19 November 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
gl,one parlat anb ditg ntriligtntt.

gl,one parlat anb ditg ntriligtntt.

FRIDAY EVENING. THE funds have boon very firm during the week, the price of Consols having risen from 94 to 95i. The same causes to which we have so often alluded of late, viz., the scarcity of stock and the continued demand on the part of the public, have together ope rated to
19 November 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS.

THE PRESS.

9. The moat acetiracy.—Thls is the 'stutters or meal..., which art' apt a , -- by the action a atmospheric - awl Arian the use otrmisple% chi' •al mixtures, liable to fail their the and important mistakes hi the transmission of 1111101 at present. will trlulunulrvl any given &va
19 November 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
(onrt nio fashion.

(onrt nio fashion.

(onrt fashion. HER MAJESTY is still resident at Osborne, where the Duchess of Brabant continues to be a guest. Sin WILLIAM C. Ross, R.A., on Tuesday, had the last sitting for a miniature of her Imperial Highness the Duchess of Brabant, painted by command of the Queen. LORD Jon, R
10 December 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
The show of sheep was of a high class, and it must have been with no little hesitation that the

The show of sheep was of a high class, and it must have been with no little hesitation that the

judges finally came to the decision of awarding to Mr. Foijambe, of Osberton-hall, near Worksop, Notts, the gold medal for the pen of three finest sheep in the exhibition. The show of pigs wag particularly good. His Royal Highness Prince Albert, who has exhibited stock in severa
10 December 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS.

THE PRESS.

'flitting .loan; fur Wing iliaeovered that they were air illegal thing, arid that thugs, who kept ariv rogue , * and egehonda, he took against theta ae such. After the Hui iee g Hein case, the late I Itentinek had obtained a corn. goatee, aunt it waa thought iel‘iaable to alter
10 December 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

EI'EXINU. LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE NEW PltoTocoL The special messenger charged with the new collective note from the representatives of the four powers, and the accompariying protocol, did not leave Vienna for Constantinople until Wednesday evening. In the transmission o
10 December 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
( AMBRIDGE.

( AMBRIDGE.

ME GLEE): ritonstion has given notice that the subject of his tint course of lectures will be the Gorgiss and Theatettts of Plato. The lectures will commence to the Bth of February next. Tnr. EXAMINATION FON MATHEMATICAL Hoseras coin• invitees on Tuesday, Jan. 3. There are a hun
10 December 1853 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS. EAST GLOUCESTERSHIRE ELECTION. THE anticipations we have entertained from the moment when the vacancy in the representation of

THE PRESS. EAST GLOUCESTERSHIRE ELECTION. THE anticipations we have entertained from the moment when the vacancy in the representation of

this important constituency was announced, and which we have repeatedly enunciated in the PRESS, were realised in the most satisfactory and triumphant manner on Thursday, In defiance of the inconveniences arising from the severe weather and the distance necessary to be travelled
14 January 1854 - Press (London) - London, London, England