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IKON

... their total value during that month was of British goods, of which worth went to the Australian colonic* and £1,499.129 the United Mtates. lly com paring these figure* with J. I*. Piatt A Co.'* circular return* for previous month*, we find that the total ...

LATEST BETTING. (By Telegraph.)

... man who ham confessed bgYW? commit*** muruor a* v.. KIT AAUS 111 April last, will committed to take his trial at these The civil caae, 11 mim ervm»,ther. mimber Jroft, last Aawee. Tin trial of w j]j commence Tuesday. ..HE ATROCIOUS CASE OF CHILD MURDER ...

TOPICS OF THE WEEK

... was good deal shaken, and slightly bruised, but was otherwise unhurt. Sonic seven eight thousand |>ersons resilient in the United Kingdom, the Colonies, and various foreign countries, have subscribed for the purchase handsome copy of the Bible, a wedding ...

EAST RIDING QUARTER SESSIONS

... Mesbiw Young, Wilson, and Peirson, solicitors of th* Sheffield mill owners, relative the diversion the Broad Stone Dyke bv the united Boards of Dewsbnry. l[«vkniondwike, and Bntley. A letter was also read from the Dewsburv town-clerk the subject, in which ...

3 bJ. C. Shaw

... Sjxniing (Sazette.) MONDAY. —At Lord's, M.C.C. and Ground r. the County of Sussex. At the Oval, Surrey r. Hants. At St Ives, United A.K.E. r. Twenty of St Ives and District, with two bowlem. At Retford, All England Eleven r. Twenty-two Retford and District ...

BRADFORD. . Dr Buruet, Vicar of Bradford

... the Treasury. The Earl of Dalkeith w ill the new Secretary of tne Admiralty. Mr Cane, member for North Essex will l>e the Civil Lord. The retirement Karon Pollock from the Bench is doubtful. Mr Abel Smith will otter himself for Hertfordshire the elevation ...

COCKE Rtoorrn

... MASTERS ARTS.—Rev. Richard Henry Palmer, New Inn Hall; Trevor Lloyd, Magdalen Hall; Rev. Thomaa Hanbury, 8t Edmund Hall. CIVIL LAW.—Rev. Edward Chnrt Church. BACHELORS ARTS.—Trevor Lloyd, Magdalen Hall: ampbell Mackinnon and Herbert Henry Morris (scholar) ...

COURT AND OFFICIAL NEWS

... by no hiwtile menace, and was not given unasked. Passing from Europe to America, expressed hope that the termination of the civil war would soften any feeling of irritation which might have prevailed against this country, and said that the President was ...

POST, FRIDAY, JULY 13,

... York shire show at York, or even at the 1 loyal show itself, had that anniversary bnt held tliis year. The hunterx were iu*t unite x:» gixxl have sometimes Men in such a purely agricultural district this ix, and the jumping wax decidedly In-low j»ar. The ...